The question is, very simply: How is it that Rome ended up adopting as its spiritual foundation a doctrine and a book claiming that God chose the Jews, at a period of widespread Roman Judeophobia? And how is it possible, that, less than two centuries after turning Jerusalem into a Greek city named Aelia Capitolina, where Jews were forbidden to enter, Rome adopted officially a religion that announced the fall of Rome and a new Jerusalem?
This is the essay discussed in the video posted below. I have only begun reading this essay but the basic premise as stated above is most intriguing. The essay is long, so I would recommend viewing the video first for most people. ABN