Mount Zion and the Temple Mount are two very different things. Mount Zion is one of the hills that the ancient city of Jerusalem was built on or near. Zion came to be synonymous with the city and most of the time when people refer to "Zion" they are talking about the city of Jerusalem. However, it is also used to refer to the Biblical Land of Israel, as well, and in modern usage it came to represent Israel as the nationalist movement to found a Jewish homeland was Zionism- Zion in this since definitely meant a Jewish homeland, a parallel to the Biblical Land of Israel.
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If Rastafarianism was founded in Jamaica then Christianity was founded in Turkey, Syria, Greece, or Rome- but certainly not Israel.
Plats: it's very ambiguous when exactly Christianity became something apart from Judaism. And who was responsible for that transition. My personal opinion would be to credit Paul, who wanted to convert the gentiles (non-Jews) en masse, as Judaism was never and continues to not be an evangelistic faith, or else Peter or Constantine since Christianity, as we know it today, is essentially a Roman religion. Paul was doing his work in Turkey and Syria, Peter was martyred in Rome, and the authors of the New Testament gospels were educated Greek-speaking subjects of the Roman Empire most likely writing in Turkey, Greece, or Syria. There wasn't much in the way of "leadership" of Christianity at the time of Paul, in Palestine or anywhere else.
Who do you trust more? Jesus or contemporary Christians?
(It might also matter to Rastafarians who notice the obvious inconsistency and the implication that while Christian tradition regarding Jesus is true or at least taken at face value, Rastafari tradition regarding Selassie can be ignored. Any Rastafari here?)
It's fair enough to discourage greed but seems pretty odd that one's supposed saviour would wish suffering on his followers and claim that it's a good thing