Dear Rabbi, I am an observer of history and I look for patterns. As a gentile, something has bothered me in regards to the different ways jewish rabbis in history are viewed. A jewish person seems to be able to follow any jewish rabbi they want (or even none at all!) and still be considered “jewish”. But when someone decides to follow the teachings of the Jewish rabbi Yeshua (Jesus), all of a sudden they cease being jewish! This does not make any sense at all to me. Why do modern jewish people seem to have such animosity for this one jewish rabbi? Why only him? There is something strange here that I cannot place my finger on and I wanted to get your opinion if you would be so kind. Thank you for your patience.