Matthew, Chapter 15-16
Yeshu's typical Pharisaic ways discussing Torah Law. Yeshu's clear anti-Gentile racism. Hametz, Reincarnation and more.
Yeshu argues with the Pharisees about a point in Jewish Law. He does so just like a Pharisee, which shows just how Jewish Yeshu's comments and thinking actually were.
Yeshu is confronted by a Gentile woman, who he first ignores, and then insults. Such racism is unacceptable then as it is still unacceptable today.
Yeshu mentions to stay away from the 'hametz' of the Pharisees, which some interpret to mean that he condemned the Pharisees as a group, but Matt. 23:2-3 shows that this is not true.
Yeshu is believed to be a reincarnated person from the past, but rather he declares himself to be the supernatural one spoken of in the Book of Enoch.
Was Yeshu preparing the Passover Plot and the Crucifixion hoax? Many believe yes.