Tell me if this is what we Catholics believe about Judaism, because that’s not what I believe:
“Some Christians today, particularly of Roman Catholic and Calvinistic Reformed churches, hold to Replacement theology, the belief that the Jews’ chosenness ended with Christ’s sacrifice: Jews who remain non-Christian are considered to no longer be chosen, since they reject Jesus as the Messiah and Son of God. This position has been softened by some adherents, or completely rejected by some churches where Jews are recognized to have a special status due to their covenant with God the Father (through Abraham), so this continues to be an area of ongoing dispute among Christians.”
The Jews could NEVER loose their position as chosen people. Even if we have the sixth Covenant and we Gentiles are now part of God’s People, you have to remember that God never forgets or ‘erases’ His Convenants, they just grow (showing His Love for all humanity).
Am I wrong in thinking this?!