The Times of Israel
May 31, 2019
Just as Hitler bells, with swastikas, are still ringing in the churches of Germany, still waiting to be taken down and smashed, so the Judensau (Jew-pig in German) can still be seen on churches and cathedrals, both inside and outside the buildings. These obscene images are found on benches, carved on seats and observed on Christian pews. These reliefs, sculptures or gargoyles show explicit images of Jews sucking on pigs, sexual acts, and other grotesque depictions.
Historical facts show us that although various images of Judensau were first displayed during the 13th century, Jew hatred had been ablaze for centuries. Sadly, out of the early church much anger arose against the Jewish people, as being God’s chosen ones.
Carla Brewington earned her doctorate at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. She is a Christian volunteer speaker with the Israel Education Force (IEF) an outreach of the Israel education organization, StandWithUs.
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