I was just stating my postitionI never said that all gentiles did.
Well, Christians can relate to the "entire" thingThen perhaps people should stop accusing an entire ancient people of crimes for which no evidence exists.
But that does not change the passage that state he indeed did kill prophets. And God did not deal with the Southern and Northern Kingdoms by punishing one for the short comings of the other.And again I must point out that the wicked acts of a bad king does not condemn an entire people. Thus far it has also gone unnoticed that Ahab was king of the northern ten tribes only.
It doesn't matter, we can stick with what we can or can't quote from the OTI don't know what Jewish rabbis you are quoting.
I don't quote Rabbis that often simply because I have no idea what they said. Since you do not hold to the NT as reliable regarding evidence, my intent was to find resources that you might consider reliable. This is not a doctrinal matter so much as trying to figure out some history, so as I said, it does not matter.I notice that Christians love to quote rabbis- but only when it supports some Christian point. When it doesn't, the rabbis are 100% wrong. Now why should that be?
I don't think there is a subject possible to cover that there are not Rabbis on both sides, and the same for Christians. There will be some on all sides and the issue for the individual is to decide what we believe to be true and what is false....