Did Jesus come to save the whole world?

Answer is No 🚫

Jesus answered, “I was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel. ( Metthew 15:24)

Jesus also said: “These twelve Jesus sent out with the following instructions: ‘Do not go among the Gentiles or enter any town of the Samaritans. Go rather to the lost sheep of Israel.’ (From the NIV Bible, Matthew 10:5-6)”These are the words of Jesus in the Bible. It is quite obvious that Jesus was NOT sent to Mankind and Christianity isn’t a religion for Mankind. Even if Jesus did die on the cross for people’s sins, he didn’t do it for all nations’ sins, but for the Jews alone who believed in him. And when Jesus told his disciples to go “to all nations” and teach them the words and baptize them in the name of the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit (Mathew 28:18-20), it is obvious that “all nations” is a mistranslation, because in the Middle East, the words for “People” and “Nation” are the same word. Very Important Note: It is important to know also that nations as we know them today in countries were very few back 2000 years ago. People for the most part were divided into either “tribes” or “empires”; like the Persian and Roman Empires for instance, which both spread in land as far as what we call today North Africa, Palestine, Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan and India. Nations as we know them today existed in few places only. Arabs for instance weren’t called “The Arab Nation”, because they were divided into 365 pagan tribes, each tribe worshiping their idol god(s) which were different than the others. So if Jesus told his disciples to go to “all people”, then this simply means to all of the people of Israel, because he “was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel”, and NOT to anyone else, because THERE WERE ALMOST NO NATIONS AROUND HIM AND VERY FEW NATIONS WORLD-WIDE! We are clearly left with a crystal clear contradiction between the Christian Missionaries of today and what Jesus said.