Posts Tagged ‘Zionism’

A Zionist Christmas

Posted: 26th December 2013 by Pastoral Musings in news
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For those of you who believe in Zionism as a Christian principle, I offer this as a reason why Zionism is anti-Christian. Christians must understand that Zionists aren’t the chosen people: the Church is. See 1Peter 2:1-12.

Rabbi Joshua Levine Grater says that Glenn Beck’s Jerusalem rally is not good news for Jerusalem and the Jews.   The two-state solution, and President Barack Obama’s attempts to revitalize negotiations based on the same set of principles all presidents, prime ministers and negotiators in the Middle East have used for decades, is the only […]

When analyzing Anders Breivik, Sabrosky began: “I’m not certain, but it’s my impression that his politics are in the vein of Benjamin Netanyahu and [Israeli Foreign Minister] Avigdor Lieberman. To understand the Israeli political spectrum, their right wing isn’t conservative in an American sense.” To illustrate the bloodthirsty nature of these Zionist extremists, Sabrosky said […]

Half a million trees planted over the past 18 months on the ancestral lands of Bedouin tribes in Israel’s Negev region were bought by a controversial Christian evangelical television channel that calls itself God-TV. A sign posted a few kilometers north of Beersheba, the Negev’s main city, announces plans to plant a total of a […]

Image via Wikipedia God’s covenant with Abraham, of which the promise of the Land was a major part, is of the same kind as Yeshua’s covenant with all of us. It is an unconditional and eternal covenant that God cut with Himself. As such, there is no party involved that can negate the terms of […]

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It is high time that modern Christians stop making an idol out of modern “Judaism” or “Israel.” In fact, it is high time they quit using those names for something those names don’t even rightfully apply. They apply only properly to God’s people in Christ, the Church. The Church is Israel: advance her kingdom and […]