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The first followers of Yeshua (Jesus) were considered a Jewish sect. They continued to observe Jewish holy days and were involved in Temple worship. Jesus never encouraged his followers to formally break from Judaism.
During the first four centuries, the followers of Yeshua (Jesus) were caught between the Romans and other competing Jewish sects. Eventually, the Roman church forced Jews to disassociate themselves from Judaism and a great divide occurred.
In recent times, reconciliation began with Christians embracing their Hebraic roots. Many Jews have accepted Yeshua and embrace their Jewish messiah.