Great article! Thank you for posting it, Salvation.
From Marty Barrack's Second Exodus site:
Jesus, all His apostles, three of the four evangelists, and many of the disciples, had been Jewish. Since Jewish law provides that a child born to a Jewish mother remains a Jew all his life, the early Christians considered themselves completed Jews (because the messianic prophecies had been fulfilled) and continued to pray in the synagogues. After the Temple fell, more Jews converted to Christianity. The Pharisee rabbis, seeing Judaism become increasingly Christian, resolved to purge it. About 80 A.D. Rabbi Gamaliel, then head of the house of study at Jamnia, inserted into the Shemone Esre prayer the Birkat ha minim (Benediction of the Minim.) It reads:
May apostates have no hope and the kingdom of impertinence be uprooted in our day. May the Nozrim and Minim disappear in the twinkling of an eye. May they be removed from the book of the living and not be inscribed among the just. Bless you, Lord, you who cast down the proud.
The Jewish converts, hearing themselves cursed into eternal fire, withdrew from the synagogues and continued with Holy Mass as their primary worship.