I frequently see bumper stickers and other informal displays of the following sentiment: “Read the Bible. Jesus is God.”
Clearly, they’re talking about the God of Abraham (Yahweh, Jehovah, Allah) because people who don’t worship that god wouldn’t care about Jesus either. Jews and Muslims are the two groups that immediately come to mind when one thinks of belief in God but not the divinity of Jesus or the concept of the Trinity.
I think there is an anti-Semitic subtext to this. You can’t just call it proselytizing, because no reasonable person expects anyone to change religions because of a bumper sticker - it’s more of a “we’re right, you’re wrong” statement of cultural challenge. Thoughts?