Back in the twenties, the great Christian Industrialist, Henry Ford, after writing his four-volume book, The International Jew, said at that time there wasn’t a Christian seminary in the country that had not been penetrated by the Zionists. I am sure that what you’re about to read is not an isolated case as these erroneous and new doctrines are taught in all the fundamental and Evangelical churches today.
“And we declare unto you the glad tidings, how that the promise which was made unto the fathers, God has fulfilled the same unto us their children…”
Can anyone claim that this is not a racial statement? Fathers…children is racial. The Bible is full of statements like this one. Then how could a Rabbi say the following unless he is deliberately lying?
“If anything, the law should encourage, not forbid, the intermingling of bloods…But legislation cannot change the human heart. The only way we can accomplish that, the only we can achieve a Final Solution to racial prejudice, is to create a Change of races so universal that no one can preen himself on his racial ‘purity’ or practice the barbarism to safeguard it.
The deliberate encouragement of interracial marriages is the only way to hasten this process. And it may be that time is growing short. The dominance of our world has begun to shift, like cargo in a listing vessel, from the White races to the colored. The sooner we adjust to this fact, the better it will be for our children. For we might well acknowledge, even the most enlightened of us, that we will never completely eliminate racial prejudice until we eliminate separate races.” Rabbi Abraham L. Feinberg, Maclean’s Magazine, September 5, 1967.
The Rabbi tells his lie that if they eliminate separate races that it would be better for our children. Why would it be better? All that would happen is that our children would no longer be a part of the Kingdom of God! That is not better, that is worse! They would be cut off like Esau’s offspring. They would be a mongrel just like the Rabbi.
God gave the prophets “Parables” to encourage the covenant people about their redemption and their future. When Jesus Christ came, the people had no priests or prophets who were faithful or believed in the Lord. Again, He gave them parables to keep the enemies from understanding. However in the followers of Christ, these parable gave pictures of hope about the fulfilling process of the kingdom work during this time.