Since Rome Pillaged & Destroyed Jerusalem in 70 A. D. Jewish Christians Forced to Spread the Good News Abroad


We know of the Apostles of Jewish ancestry who roamed far and wide spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ, yet imagine how many Jewish Christians dispersed from Jerusalem and from the rest of Israel when Rome destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem and pillaged the city. The population of Jerusalem at that time was about  70,000, and it’s estimated that as many as 20,000 had become Christian, so most of those may have dispersed abroad and perhaps tens of thousands more from the rest of Israel.