When I heard Michael Rydelnik’s story and heard him describe Christ’s suffering with such deep empathy for those who have been called Christ killers, I knew that his voice needed to be heard.
This booklet, however, contains more than I expected. In providing an answer to the question of who killed Jesus, Dr. Rydelnik surfaced recurring themes of church history that many of us would rather forget.
I hope the following pages will help us better understand why many Jewish people become concerned whenever the death of Christ is portrayed in the modern media.
Martin R. De Haan II