His gospel was and is always the same; his death, a demonstration of the Great Principle; his resurrection, the hope of Glory. Instead of a little flock, however, many more Jews would have carried the gospel of the Kingdom to all nations. The Jews of the dispersion already formed an international network that would have been ideal for the propagation of the good news of the kingdom. Paul would have done his thing also, perverting the gospel, and the wicked weed of anti-Semitism in the world may have become even greater because the people who are of the world would not have understood this message any better than the Jews in fact understood it, and they would have hated the Jews as a nation even more that history has hated them. There would probably have been no Catholic church as such, but a vast institution of messianists would have formed around the synagogues and through the Hebrew religious institution, founded on the fabricated gospel of one Paul, while the sheep of the Lord's little flock would have fulfilled prophecy exactly the same. It is reasonable to suppose that history would have been little different, except that a greater minority of the Jewish nation would have entered the kingdom and Jerusalem would not have been destroyed in 70 AD. All the prophecies would have been fulfilled the same, except that details would differ. Without regard to who did and did not follow Jesus and believe in him, the fact is that men are on one side and God on the other, and the world would have hated his disciples no less than they do, and no less than the real Jesus is hated by the world.
 saying, Would that even today you knew the things that make for peace! But now they are hid from your eyes.
 For the days shall come upon you, when your enemies will cast up a bank about you and surround you, and hem you in on every side,
 and dash you to the ground, you and your children within you, and they will not leave one stone upon another in you; because you did not know the time of your visitation.
And so it happened, but not as Isaiah first foresaw it, for the fig tree did not blossom, consequently only a remnant was saved:
Israel shall blossom and put forth shoots,
and fill the whole world with fruit.