Jesus not only hated the Jewish religious leaders but also hated the gentiles. Gentiles is a racist term that Jews use to describe anyone who is not Jewish! They believe that anyone who does not convert to Judaism is a heathen and will be punished by god. Even if you do convert to Judaism You can never really be a Jew unless you are born a Jew so they will never fully accept you as one of their own. Jesus calls the gentiles "dogs" and has little respect for them. He does however cast a demon out of a woman's daughter who is a Greek gentile, but Jesus never forgives any gentile of sins in all of his ministry, he only forgives Jews. Why would anyone who is not Jewish (gentile) believe that Jesus would forgive them of their sins when he never did it in the bible? The answer is because Paul the self proclaimed apostle tells gentiles that Jesus will save them of their sins, even though Paul never met Jesus at all!
The acceptance of Gentiles into Christianity is not found in the Gospels but started with Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles (Acts 22). He and Peter, who became the first Pope, clashed over this, as Peter insisted that gentiles convert to Judaism (Galatians). Paul eventually won the argument. For this reason, some scholars regard Paul as the true founder of Christianity as we know it today.
Yup most Christians don't realise they are more Paulists than actual Jesus followers.
Today in the RC church Paul is revered as a true apostle, but look a little closer and you will find he was reviled by the RC for centuries, and his epistles were only returned to the RC Cannon as a concession to the Marcionites, a rival faction of Christians the Church of Roman was so fearful of, and were so unable to massacre as they did with so many others, that they had to sue for peace and amalgamate with them; though ultimately this did not happen a large number of Marcionites were absorbed in to the mother Church and their teaching whittled away over the next few centuries, until today the few Marcionites still existence are again reviled, but Paul has stayed in the Canon of scripture. Seems the little shit was too useful to be dispensed with entirely when it came to petty rules and making money.