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When I was 7 they enrolled me in Hebrew School which met every Wednesday afternoon. My parents, both Jewish, enrolled me in Sabbath School when I was 6 years old.Our Sabbath School curriculum, which went from 1st to 10th grades, was centered on learning the entire Old Testament, portions of the Talmud, and Jewish History.It also included attending Sabbath services which began on Friday nights and continued Saturday mornings.For our curriculum we studied “Comparative Religions.” But we were not allowed to study Christianity. I recall my parents taking me to my cousin’s Bar Mitzvah at a farther part of the City of Pittsburgh, where I grew up.We entered into an old, musty smelling synagogue which had the Jewish Star of David everywhere.After only 10 minutes of being inside, I got very nauseated and wanted to vomit.The synagogue seemed to have a deathly pall about it.

I learned later that the Star of David is an occult symbol that was popularized by the Kabbalists of the 13th Century in Europe. But we were forbidden to even mention Jesus Christ’s name unless we used it as a curse word.It was then at the age of 8, through my experience in that old, musty smelling synagogue, that I knew that Judaism was a religion of death. Every year at Christmas time in the 1950’s, all of our Gentile neighbors put up the Nativity Scene on their lawns. A boyhood friend of mine named Ricky Rago was a Roman Catholic.One afternoon after playing baseball, Ricky Rago invited me over to his house and we went into his bedroom to play Monopoly.All over his walls were pictures of the how we were not allowed to study Christianity in our Bar Mitzvah class. You see children, Christianity was made up by a manic-depressant by the name of Saul of Tarsus who wanted to blame the crucifixion of a criminal named Jesus Christ on the Jewish people.