I was referring to the people here. Anyone else is irrelevant to the topic.
The Jewish people have varied and justifiable reasons for perhaps responding negatively towards Christianity. This is no surprise.
The same problem you seem to have: making broad assumptions about groups of people.
Hard to say. Could have been just about anything, really.
Again, I did not say that some people do not respond with anger towards mention of Jesus. In the cases you've mentioned, it sounds however as though it is a more significant response to Christianity, not to Jesus. But again, I was referring to the fact that nobody here responds angrily to the mention of Jesus; given the topic is only relevant to those of us who respond to it, bringing anyone else into the mix is unimportant. Why do you insist on defensively indicating those people whom I have not referred to in the first place?
Again, it was a response to Christianity, not Jesus. Many people become uncomfortable being "too close" to Christians (or proselytizing members of other religions, for that matter); it is more to do with the fact that people don't like being proselytized to. I mean, how comfortable is the average person when Jehovah's Witnesses arrive at their door? Not very. And someone who perhaps experiences frequent exposure to this may be more likely to respond negatively: out of sheer aggravation.
Edited by Arbitran, 14 October 2012 - 10:37 PM.