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Though there is an opinion that the author of the text didn’t mean anti-Judaism at all and the idea that “On Pascha” later inspired pogroms is historically tenuous. If we agree with this idea and decline the accusations against Melito, we must say that there we can see how the earlier religion can influence of the new religion in ideas and forms of celebrating, and this peaceful interference is quite useful for the both sides, but many other times the newer religion becomes more aggressive, and the aggression only can cause more aggression. The story of Rachel from Mainz shows it in the clearest way. She had a choice to see her children slaughtered by the crusaders or to kill them herself, and she made her choice. It could seem cruel, but people who made her to choose are even crueler. Melito of Sardis used the Jewish text as a base for his own homily, he took the idea of the Pesach and turned it into the idea of Christ's Paschal mystery. This is an example of the interaction between the two religions on more peaceful and fruitful level. Though it is in Melito’s text where the idea of deicide emerged. And this idea later caused many violence against the Jews (but many scholars believe that Melito could not encouraged any form of anti-semitism). ReferencesMainz Anonymous.URL: https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Translation:Mainz_AnonymousMelito of Sardis.On the Passover. URL:http://www.kerux.com/doc/0401A1.asp
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