Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Red meat for my Christian Zionist friends

My respect and appreciation for the Christian Zionist movement has reached an all-time high. Why? Because they've been publicly attacked and libeled by leftwing, dhimmi-scum Christians for being "no good, satan worshiping, blaspheming, Jew lovers," that's why.

So, for Nanc, TMW, Jay, and, of course, the incomparable Mr. Beamish, plus all the rest of my CZ friends who frequent this site, I dedicate this post to you and your CZ brethren who are the best gentile friends us Jews have ever known. Keep the faith, and don't give in one inch to those self-loathing Christians and Jews who hate you!

Jerusalem Post - The leaders of three Jerusalem-based Christian Evangelical organizations on Monday voiced distress over a recent proclamation by the Latin Patriarch and the heads of three other churches in Jerusalem issuing a stinging and virtually unprecedented public criticism of Christian Zionism and their unflinching support for the State of Israel.

The bitter inter-Christian tiff followed an August 22 "Jerusalem Declaration on Christian Zionism" signed by the outgoing Latin Patriarch Michel Sabbah, Archbishop Swerios Malki Mourad of the Syrian Orthodox Patriarchate, Bishop Riah Abu El-Assal of the Episcopal Church and Bishop Munib Younan of the Lutheran Church, was indicative of the deep discord and resentment within the Christian Church over the Evangelicals' support for Israel.

The declaration lambasted Christian Zionism as a "false teaching" that "condemn[s] the world to the doom of Armageddon."

The CZ's are condemning the world to Armageddon because they won't bow to Islamic domination and help throw the Jews into the sea? The Jihadis must be appeased or the world is doomed? Sounds like they've already converted to islam themselves, if you ask me. Here's the CZ rebuttal...

"It is with concern that we note the negative opinions about Christian Zionism voiced by certain church clerics in Jerusalem... using inflammatory language they have expressed views that are far from the truth," read a joint response by the heads of the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem, Bridges for Peace and Christian Friends of Israel.

"We find the paper unbalanced and notably one-sided. It totally ignores the jihadist goals of the Hamas Government and turns a blind eye to terrorism perpetrated by this regime," the statement read.

"A Christian Zionist believes in a literal interpretation of the Bible, and rejects replacement theology which played a pivotal role in the persecution of Jews through the centuries and under-girded the Holocaust," the Evangelical leaders wrote in their six-point response. "Christian Zionism is not heretical; in fact, Christians from all traditional backgrounds have held such a view for two thousand years.

"We pray for peace but we note with sadness that the present Palestinian government is totally dedicated to the destruction of Israel."

Thanks for your support, gang. Now, one last bit of venom from those Christians who would surely love to see every last Jew disembowled by frothing jihadis.

The unusually-harsh statement by the Latin Patriarch, who is a Palestinian, comes at a time of burgeoning ties between Israel and the Christian Evangelical community around the world.

"Christian Zionism is a modern theological and political movement that embraces the most extreme ideological positions of Zionism, thereby becoming detrimental to a just peace within Palestine and Israel," the Jerusalem declaration claimed, calling Christian Zionism "a false doctrine that corrupts the biblical message of love, justice and reconciliation."

"We further reject the contemporary alliance of Christian Zionist leaders and organizations with elements in the governments of Israel and the US that are presently imposing preemptive borders and domination over Palestine."

This is the same ideology that led to the vicious persecution Jews faced at the hands of Christendom for nearly two thousand years. If it wasn't for the Evangelical CZ's holding them back, us Jews would probably still be treated to pogroms and massacres in the name of the so-called "replacement theology".

OK, the floor is now open to comments.



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