Come to the Truth


by Pastor Don Elmore

February 1, 2015

Scripture Reading: Genesis 12:1-3

Brief comments before I start the message:

First, I would like to make a couple of comments about this Sunday’s climax to the National Football League’s championship game. The illuminati’s showcase game has a twice-as-long half-time show as regular games; about ½ hour.  Today it will star Katy Perry, another illuminati performer.

For years, churches have battled with these Super Bowl Sunday championship games; mostly losing to them by having the lowest-attended services of the year.  There is a “new” church in the area that has the largest crowds of the year on this date:  Crossroads Church. 

Today is the 13th year of Crossroads Super Bowl Sunday’s performances:  Tailgating, inflatables, T-shirt launchers, cheerleaders, pickup trucks full of popcorn, marching bands, tickets (free), with dueling preachers who will be on the four campuses in the Cincinnati, Ohio area.  The events includes 17 services beginning Saturday and running through Sunday afternoon.  They already are expecting 41,000 this weekend and with television exposure and a story on the headline of the second section of the city’s newspaper, it will only grow larger.

It is similar to what Pope Francis remarked about the mission of Catholic schools:  “Catholic education is one of the Church’s most important challenges, committed to carrying out the new evangelization in a historical and cultural context in constant transformation,” likening the modern world to Jesus’ mission field in the “Galilee of the gentiles:  a CROSSROADS of people in diverse races, cultures and religions.” Now, where have I heard that word before…?

Cornerstone says that they believe (on their website) that God the Father “…calls all people to believe in Him and saves from sin and eternal death each person [of all races; Whites, Blacks, Browns, Yellows, and mongrels] who comes to Him through His Son, Jesus Christ.”  I could not find Israel mentioned in their statement of faith and beliefs.  More about this group and others in future sermons.

Second, on January 27, 1945; last Tuesday, was the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp where half of the Jewish population in Europe was killed; so they say.  Many of the remainder were killed by disease, war and many fled to other countries, which they don’t factor in.   They say that the people of the world were either ignorant or apathetic; so that say to us that they will never forget!  And in many countries if one denies that this event happened the way that they said it did; then they are fined and/or imprisoned.  It doesn’t matter if the numbers don’t add up correctly; you just have to believe it.

They forget to tell the truth; for the truth would expose their corruption and lies.  Auschwitz was a work camp for the I. G. Farben Chemical Company.  But our Savior didn’t fail to expose His murderers.  He called them hypocrites, liars and murderers. 

Who is right?  Christian Identity or Judaism; which includes Judeo-Christianity?  Judaism has been kicked out of practically every state and city in Europe, some three times over the past millennium.  What has happened in the last two hundred years to where the Jews are no longer felt to be an evil force in the world but one of equal status?  Was Jesus Christ wrong?

The purpose of today’s message is to awaken our people to the terrible situation we find ourselves in.  We have made wolves our shepherds and we about to be eaten.  The doctrines of true Christianity have been eliminated from our churches.  May we study the Scriptures to find out the truth!

Today's Scripture Reading: GENESIS 12:1-3

What fantastic verses.  And look how mixed-up are the interpretations of these three verses have become.  The Scofield Bible notes say:

God made an unconditional promise of blessings through Abram’s seed (a) to the nation Israel to inherit a specific territory forever (Gen. 12:2; 15:18-21; 17:1-8); (b) to the Church as in Christ (Gal. 3:16, 28-29); and (c) to the Gentile nations (Gen. 12:3).”

These three statements say what? 

    1. Were the blessings through Abram’s seed?  It just went to one of the seeds; not all of them. It was only Jacob’s seed that became Israel.  It wasn’t the seed of Ishmael, for he was kicked out of Abraham’s camp at the age of adolescence.  It wasn’t the seed of the six sons of Abraham and Keturah; for they were given gifts but not the inheritance.  It wasn’t the seed of Esau; for although it was his for a short while, he sold it to his twin brother for a bowl of red pottage (Genesis 25:30).
    2. And who made up the members of the church?  Was it the modern multi-racial, rock & roll, gentile church?  Who did God elect?  Why was there no church in most of Africa, Asia, and South America until recent years?
    3. And who were the Gentile nations?  Scofield quoted Genesis 12:3 as the reason for this statement.  So he is assuming that “all the families of the earth be blessed” refers to “all the nations of the earth that are not Jews.”

Scofield then confuses the issue when he writes “(3) There was a promise of blessing upon those individuals and nations who bless Abram’s descendants, and a curse laid upon those who persecute the Jews….” 

Abram’s descendants included the Jews, so what does this verse mean?  God says that He hates Esau-Edom and is against these people, but refers to them as “the people of my curse” (Isaiah 34:5).  This curse is not just on Esau but also his “seed” and his “brethren.” 

Jeremiah 49:10: “But I have made Esau bare.  I have uncovered his secret places, and he shall not be able to hide himself:  his seed is spoiled, and his brethren, and his neighbors, and he is no more.”

Among Esau’s brethren were the Amalekites which were descended from one of Esau’s grandsons (Genesis 36:4, 12).  It was these Edomite kinsmen who God had sworn “war against from generation to generation” (Exodus 17:16).

There is not one favorable or positive statement in the Bible in relation to Esau-Edom.  God’s hatred of these people is not a temporary thing but it is perpetual.  The doctrine that God loves everyone does not stand up in light of what the Bible has to say regarding God’s merciless position towards the race of people called Edom.  Although the churches have tried to alter God’s true nature, we find that through the Bible, God’s position toward Esau-Edom does not change.

The Jewish Encyclopedia, 1925 edition, Volume 5, page 41 says that “Edom is modern Jewry.” The idea that modern-day “Jews” are the descendants of the ancient Israelites is one of the biggest deceptions in all of history—along with the official story on the so-called “Holocaust”, and the ideas that Judaism is the foundation of Christianity, thus Judeo-Christian Churches; and that the Jews are the “friends” of Christians.   

Later Scofield adds:

“(b) And curse him that curseth thee (Gen. 12:3).  This was a warning literally fulfilled in the history of Israel’s persecutions.  It has invariable fared ill with the people who have persecuted the Jew—well with those who have protected him.  For a nation to commit the sin of anti-Semitism brings inevitable judgment.” 

What is he talking about?  Abraham was not a Jew when this was written; but he was a Semite.  He was descended from one of Noah’s three sons:  Shem. 

In fact, there were no Jews alive at this time.  The descendants of Cain were alive and well; but the Jews were centuries away from their arrival into the world.  So what does Scofield mean when he says that those who curse Abram’s descendants persecute the Jews?  Doesn’t he know that Abram’s descendants included the Arabs (Muslims), Christians, and Jews?

I should mention that the first place in the Bible where the word “Jews” appears isn’t until 2 Kings 16:6.  It tells how the Syrians and the House of Israel drove the Judeans (House of Judah) out of Elath. 

King James Version“At that time Rezin King of Syria recovered Elath to Syria, and drove the Jews from Elath:  and the Syrians came to Elath, and dwelt there unto this day.”    

New International Version“At that time, Rezin king of Aram recovered Elath for Aram by driving out the people of Judah.  Edomites then moved into Elath and have lived there to this day.” 

All one has to do is to read the New Living Translation; English Standard Version; New American Standard Bible; Holman Christian Standard Bible; International Standard Version; NET Bible; God’s Word Translation; etc. to get a different view on this translation.  None of these Bibles translates that the Jews were driven from the city; for there were no jews anyplace in the earth at that time. 

The Jewish Almanac“Strictly speaking, it is incorrect to call an ancient Israelite a ‘Jew.’  Or to call a contemporary Jew [an] ‘Israelite,’ or a ‘Hebrew.’”

And he later says this about Genesis 12:3:

“This is the great evangelic promise fulfilled in Abraham’s Seed, Christ, and in ALL the SPIRITUAL seed of Abraham who, like Abraham, are justified by faith…It gives added revelation and confirmation of the promise of the Adamic covenant concerning the Seed of the woman (Gen. 3:15).”

Where in this verse is there even a hint of a spiritual seed?  But most don’t know that the interpretations that I have copied from the Scofield Bible above, have been changed.  There was none of this material in the original.  Here is what it says in the Scofield Bible, published in 1909 which contradicts what was said in its later editions:

“…For Abraham and his descendants it is evident that the Abrahamic covenant (Gen. 15:18, note) made a great change.  They became distinctively the heirs of promise.  That covenant is wholly gracious and unconditional.  The descendants of Abraham had but to abide in their own land to inherit every blessing.  In Egypt they lost their blessings, but not their covenant.  The Dispensation of Promise ended when Israel rashly accepted the law (Ex. 19:8).  Grace had prepared a deliverer (Moses), provided a sacrifice for the guilty, and by divine powered brought them out of bondage (Ex. 19:4); but at Sinai they exchanged grace for law.  The Dispensation of Promise extends from Gen. 12:1 to Ex. 19:8, and was EXCLUSIVELY ISRAELITISH.”

What does the phrase:  “all the families of the earth” mean?  Does it mean “all the families of the world, beside the Jews” or “gentiles?”  This would provide a universal slant to the Scriptures, wouldn’t it?  Put another way:  Do the Scriptures teach that personal salvation is open to all individuals of all nations?

Acts 7:2-4: “And he said, Men, brethren, and fathers, hearken; The God of glory appeared unto our father Abraham, when he was in Mesopotamia, before he dwelt in Charran, And said unto him, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and come into the land which I shall shew thee. Then came he out of the land of the Chaldaeans, and dwelt in Charran:  and from thence, when his father was dead, he removed him into this land, wherein ye now dwell.”

In Acts 7:2, we learn that God first called Abram before he went to Haran.  He called him when he was living in Mesopotamia.

Joshua 24:2-3: “And Joshua said unto all the people, Thus saith the LORD God of Israel, Your fathers dwelt on the other side of the flood in old time, even Terah, the father of Abraham, and the father of Nachor; and they served other gods. And I took your father Abraham from the other side of the flood, and led him throughout all the land of Canaan, and multiplied his seed, and gave him Isaac.”

From Joshua 24:2 we learn that Terah and his family were idolaters previous to this call.  This demonstrates a problem Abram appears to have had at the beginning of his conversion, showing that he was not perfect in his obedience.  It also reveals God’s patience in dealing with us, as well as how little control we sometimes exercise over some circumstances.  In such times, we must continue trusting God and fighting to overcome as He leads us through them and teaches us aspects of His character. 

Terah's Family Lineage through to IsraelAbraham’s family members were outright pagans, as was Abraham before his conversion.

This chart shows the early history of the people of the Bible.  Terah had three sons:  Abram, Nahor and Haran.  Haran had a son by the name of Lot who had an incestuous relation with his two daughters:  one produced the nation of the Moabites and the other the Ammonites.

Nahor’s granddaughter, Rebekah married Isaac and his great-granddaughters, Leah and Rachel married Jacob.  Abram, whose name was later changed by God to Abraham, for he would be the father of many nations.  His only son with Sarah, his wife, was Isaac.  He had seven other sons by two other women, but only one son by Sarah.  Isaac had twin sons; Esau and Jacob.  Esau later became known as the Jews while Jacob name was changed by God to Israel. 

Map of Abraham's journey from Ur to Haran to Egypt: Map of Abraham's journey from Ur to Haran to EgyptIt was Terah, Abram’s father that took him and others to go into Canaan, by way of Haran.  Abraham was 70 years old when he was first  given the initial call.  They left Ur and then came to Haran.  That they dwelt there indicates that they remained there for an extended period—it was no mere overnight stop.  From Babylon to Syria was the first leg of their journey.

Stephen, in Acts 7, states that God called Abraham before he dwelt in Haran, but Genesis 12:1 shows God then moved him from Haran after his father died.  Genesis 11:31 clearly shows Terah, the pagan patriarch of the family, leading the expedition, not Abraham.  Abraham no doubt deferred to his father in his decision, but this was not God’s will.

God knew that, because of Abraham’s attitude, he would continue to defer to Terah.  God did not want Terah’s direct influence in what He was establishing through Abraham.  Under Terah’s pagan patriarchal leadership, they got only as far as Haran from Ur, by itself an arduous 700-mile journey on foot!

Many Bible scholars speculate that the trip from Ur to Haran plus the sojourn there may have taken as long as five years before the party resumed the journey to Canaan.  Perhaps Terah had a lengthy, lingering illness before dying.  However, when the last leg of the journey was made, it was under Abraham’s leadership. 

Abram's Travel from Ur to Haran to Egypt: Abram's Travel from Ur to Haran to EgyptGod intends us to understand that the distance to the Promised Land—1,200 miles on foot from Ur to Haran to Canaan or Babylon to Syria to Palestine—plus the time spent there, illustrate the difficulty of breaking away from what we were to what God wants us to be.  Unfortunately, some people never seem to accomplish the break.  Anyone here want to walk from northern Kentucky to southern Florida?

But we have been on a similar journey.  Go back 40 to 50 years.  What were you like then?  How much different are you now than then?  Would you take the long journey if God said that He would make a covenant with you and your seed?

The “ALL FAMILIES OF THE EARTH” Being Blessed in Abraham

Who are the “families of the earth?”  Originally Abraham was told to go from his father’s house into a land (eretz) that God would show him.  Do you remember when Abraham was told:  “…all the earth which thou seeth, I will give thee.”  Abraham was told to arise and walk through that “earth.”  Did Abraham walk across the whole globe? 

The word “eretz” means the land of each individual race that dwells upon the earth. There was the Land of Egypt, the Land of Moab, the Land of Ammon, the Land of Edom, the Land of Israel, the Land of Syria, the Land of Assyria, etc.  So, a better translation of “families of the earth” would be “families of the Promised Land.”

And there are many awkward questions that could be posed if it were to be taken that “all nations” had the meaning of “every race on earth:”

    1. If those who curse Abraham are cursed, how could those so cursed be part of “all nations” which were to be blessed?
    2. What about the nation of Egypt?  Were the Egyptians blessed or cursed through Israel’s presence during their captivity and also in the Exodus?  Weren’t they forever destroyed from being the most powerful nation in the world?
    3. What about the seven powerful Canaanite nations that lived in the Promised Land?  When the Children of Israel went into that land (eretz), they were told to exterminate all the Canaanite nations.  Wasn’t that an unusual way of blessing the Canaanites, especially when they sent no missionaries to them?  After all, the Canaanites were supposed to be a part of “all nations.”
    4. And what about the descendants of Esau, the man that God hated.  Are his descendants not the stubble that shall be burnt in the fire (Obadiah)?  And what about Esau’s great-grandson:  Amalek.  Didn’t the Bible say that he was to be exterminated?  How could these nations be a part of “ALL nations of the world?”
    5. In Deuteronomy 23:6: “Thou shalt not seek their [Ammonites and Moabites] peace nor their prosperity all thy days for ever.”
    6. God commanded Israel that they should not seek the peace of the prosperity of the Ammonites and the Moabites right up to the end of the age.  This was because they (1) showed no mercy to Israel when coming out of Egypt, and (2) Because they hired Balaam to curse Israel.
    7. In Ezra 9:12, Ezra urges the Israelites to not“…seek their peace or their wealth forever”; meaning not to seek the peace and wealth of non-Israelites who are living in their land.

Was this a blessing on those nations?  No!

What about the captivities:

  1. When the Syrian nation captured the 2 ½ tribes to the east of the Jordan River.  Was that a blessing for the Syrians?
  2. When the Assyrian nation captured the House of Israel and most of the House of Judah?  Was that a blessing upon the Assyrians?
  3. When the Babylonian nation captured the remaining House of Judah; is there any evidence of Israel being a blessing to the Babylonians?
  4. In the prophetic Scriptures why are all the forecasts concerning non-Israel nations always detailing them as being servants to Israel and for them to perish if they refuse this destiny? 

But the promise to Abraham was to “all” nations without any exceptions.  “All” cannot include those who are cursed and those God says that He hates.  So who are these nations?  Who is the promise given to?  We believe that “all” means “all the nations of Israel.”  So, this verse meant that in Abraham all the nations of Israel would be blessed.

Who are the “HOLY PEOPLE”?

The Bible is full of scriptures which reveal the precious truth of this question.  Here are just a few:

Numbers 23:9b“…lo, the people [Israel] shall dwell alone, and shall not be reckoned among the nations.”

Isaiah 60:12“For the nation and kingdom that will not serve thee [Israel] shall perish; yea, those nations shall be utterly wasted.”

Jeremiah 30:11a“For I am with thee, saith the LORD, to save thee [Israel]:  though I make a full end of all nations whither I have scattered thee, yet will I not make a full end of thee….”

Exodus 19:5-6“Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people:  for all the earth is mine: And ye shall be unto me a kingdom of priests, and an holy nation.  These are the words which thou shalt speak unto the children of Israel.”

The words in this Scripture; “above all people” states that there is a different relationship established between God and Israel that does not apply to other races.  No other race (or people group, as Answers in Genesis would say) is spoken of in this same unique way.  Throughout the Bible we cannot find any specific verse which says the God of the Bible is other than the God of Israel.

Leviticus 20:26“And ye shall be holy [separated] unto me:  for I the LORD am holy, and have severed you from other people, that ye should be mine.”

The LORD has separated a particular people to be His.  Even Jesus Christ, the sinless One, was sanctified and holy [separated]. 

Deuteronomy 4:37“And because He [God] loved thy fathers, therefore He chose their seed after them, and brought thee out in his sight with his mighty power out of Egypt;….” 

The genetic relationship between fathers and seed cannot be avoided!  This reference continues through both the Old and New Testaments.  God chose and blessed Israel for the following three reasons:

  1. Because He loved their fathers:  Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
  2. To drive out and destroy the ungodly nations of Palestine:  the seven mighty nations of the Canaanites.
  3. To make a place for the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. 

Deuteronomy 7:6: “For thou art a holy people unto the LORD thy God:  the LORD thy God hath chosen thee to be a special people unto Himself, above all people that are upon the face of the earth.” 

The Bible says that there was 10 things that Israel was to God:

  1. His people.
  2. His peculiar treasure.
  3. Wise-understanding people.
  4. People of inheritance.
  5. A holy people. 
  6. A special people.
  7. A peculiar people.
  8. The people of God.
  9. The ancient people.
  10. A holy nation.

And there were two main reasons why God chose Israel:

  1. Not because they were so many, for they were the fewest of people; but because the Lord loved them.
  2. Because He wanted to keep His word and perform His oath to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

This is not a popular teaching, but it’s one of the early Bible statements about the unique, racially exclusive, place of Israel among all the other races.  If Israel were to disappear as a race from the Bible, prophecy would forecast this.  For in the New Testament, the Apostle Paul asks this question:  “Hath God cast away His people?  No!  God forbid” Romans 11:1.  At that point in time, Israel was separated into two house of whom “part” were blinded, but Israel as a whole “hath not obtained.”

There is not one Scripture anywhere that says any race other than Israel is genetically God’s inheritance.  People are taught, or like to think, that God is unbiased or unselective, but as a Sovereign God He can do whatever pleases Him.   In the New Testament, the call is still to “…come out from among THEM and touch not the unclean.”  It is God who made this sexual or physical separation for all time.  Israel is not to interact with other races in any such common purpose or become unequally yoked with other races, particularly with their idols.   This brings God’s judgment upon transgressors.

Psalms 147:19-20: “He showeth His word unto Jacob, His statutes and His judgments unto Israel…as for His judgments, they [the other races] have not known them.  Praise ye the Lord.” 

This is a very clear statement that His Word is NOT given to other races (although many denominations still try to give Bibles and evangelize other races)!  This is another teaching that is not popular; but it is confirmed in both Testaments.  Israel is unique by God’s sovereign choice.

Isaiah 41:8: “But thou, Israel art my servant, Jacob whom I have chosen, the seed of Abraham my friend.” 

The “seed” is this verse is very important, as it defines which part of Abram’s seed is continually referred to in both Testaments, as being God’s people racially.  Not all the nations that spring from Abraham are regarded as His seed.  Only the nation “named” or “called in Isaac” is to be so regarded.  Jacob and his descendants were accepted as this seed.

To show this, Jacob was re-named “Israel”—that is, as a prince thou hast power with God and man, and hast prevailed.  Thus, Jacob was the seed named in Isaac.

What is Judeo-Christianity?

Judeo-Christianity is a Talmudic hybrid that conceals itself with the title Christianity.  They use the name of Jesus, but it is polluted in its religion, its culture, its social structure, its gospel and its mission.  Because it is a harlot religious system riding on the back of Red Edomite Judaism, this foreign brand of Christianity openly embraces multiculturalism.  It is openly blinded to the Biblical warnings against race-mixing (miscegenation).  It believes its view of the world without regard to race; and believes that all men and women were created equal.  

Judeo-Christianity is a false anti-Christ religious system.  It is an oxymoron that has parasitically attached itself to Christianity and injected its venom into the body. It is pseudo-Christianity.  Judeo-Chrisitanity calls Jesus “Lord, Lord;” but it does not keep His commandments.  Their love is not a Biblical love, but a love that in many ways mirrors that of the world.  Their objective is to pollute us religiously and racially so that we will cease to exist in the true sense of our God created racial origin and biblical faith.  They indoctrinate the people to believe in the lie of “racial equality.”  It is as Mark has taught us the last four sermons, how can a church have Jewish leaders and members when our Savior said to them that they couldn’t hear His words?

However, our blessed Savior and Redeemer will not forsake His people.  This is a Biblical absolute fact we can count on.  But we have a work to do while in this age of our existence and we are to be a good watchmen on the wall.  As we love and care for our immediate family, we also have a Biblical duty and obligation to our genetic Adamic Israelite extended family at large.  As our blessed Redeemer loves His chosen elect, covenant, servant people, let us do the same, and let us flee from the deception of Judeo-Christianity. 


The eschatology of mainstream Christianity today must be openly challenged by sound Bible scholarship.  Roman Catholicism, Greek Catholicism, Protestantism, Evangelicalisms, Pentecostalism, Mormonism, Jehovah Witnesses, etc. has no eschatology in place that well meet the demands set by the voice of the ancient Prophets.  Mainstream Christianity has not identified Biblical Israel in the earth today nor have they dealt with the great body of prophetic literature set forth in the sacred Scriptures of the Living God. 

Indeed, mainstream Christianity today, with all of its cotton candy and marshmallow theology, has contented itself with a replacement theology that allow for the international, multi-racial Gentile church to replace Biblical Israel and all that God and Scripture promises to His people.  The eschatology of modern Christianity is a wasteland, a veritable desert without any Biblical foundation.

Indeed it is the general consensus among mullions of Christian clergy and the people who follow them that the Bible does not tell of any future plan for Israel as a special people in the earth.  Although many evangelical Christians allow for the present state of political Zionism in Palestine to stand for all that God promises to Israel, this too is a dry well.

Again and again, one can expose and contrast the anemic and disgraceful history of political Zionism, the modern State of Israel, and demonstrate that its birth in 1948 is an absolutely aborted attempt of evangelical Christianity to make sense out of the Prophets.  What they end up doing in an attempt to rationalize the State of Israel as being one with Biblical Israel is to turn God’s Word into a shambles and make unbelievers out of those who undertake a serious study of the sacred Scriptures.

We are rapidly coming to a great spiritual contest in the Christian West.  The theological replacement theology of mainstream Christianity is going to be shortly placed on trial.  God and history will verify that the Zionist State of Israel, created out of an American treasury in 1948 has nothing to do with Biblical Israel, the regathering of Israel and the restoration of God’s Kingdom on this earth.  Moreover, the replacement theology of allowing the multi-racial Gentile church to stand in for Biblical Israel is doomed to abject failure. 

The clergy of this and former generations have been content to take every covenant, promise, and assurance given to Israel and transfer them to a global church made up of all races and nationalities under heaven.  This church is then labeled “spiritual Israel” and stands as a replacement to supersede everything promised to Israel in the Bible.  The twelve tribes of Israel and all that the prophets record for these people is delivered up to the cosmopolitan Christian church which unties every line of color and nationality in the world.  Those who read and study the Sacred Scriptures from Genesis to Revelation will not be fooled and deceived by the doctrine of replacementism, whereby all that belongs to Israel in the Bible is transferred over to a contemporary international, multi-racial church. 

The transfer of Biblical Israel to an international multi-racial church has been completed in the doctrinal replacement theology for many generations within the folds of Catholicism and Protestantism.  This branch of the Christian world does not concern itself with anything that Scripture addresses to Israel.  They are particularly careful to transfer all future blessings promised to Israel to the international multi-racial church.  Whatever legitimate Israelites may be left on planet earth are always and only referred to as Jews.  They hold that one day the Jews will be converted to the Christian faith, but then they forthwith deny any place for the regathering of Israel and the restoration of God’s Kingdom on earth.

Modern Christianity pursues a theological agenda that makes room for a multi-racial Gentile church.  At the same time, they recognize political Zionism and the modern State of Israel as all that remains of Biblical Israel on planet earth.  Like two parallel tracks this branch of Christianity runs with both an international multi-racial Church and the hope of the complete regathering of Israel and the restoration of what they call a “Jewish Kingdom” in Palestine.  They are content to allow the Jewish State of modern Israel to stand in the complete fulfillment of regathered Israel.  Parallel with their concept of Israel they espouse a Gentile church gathered of all nations and races on planet earth. 

Let us conclude with a statement from Rabbi Eliezar Berkowitz, Chairman of the Department of Jewish Philosophy, at the Hebrew Theological College:  “As to dialogue in the purely theological sense, nothing could be more fruitless or pointless.  Judaism is Judaism because it rejects Christianity; and Christianity is Christianity because it rejects Judaism.  What is unusually referred to as the Jewish-Christian traditions exists only in Christian or Secularist Fantasy.” 

There can be no doubt that knowledgeable theologians who constantly allude to “our Judeo-Christian heritage” are for their own purpose perpetuate a grotesque and fantastic hoax! 

May God have mercy on our souls.

Thanks is given for the late Arnold Kennedy, Dave Barley, Charles Weisman, Lawrence Blanchard and Dan Gayman for providing sources used in this article.

Blessed be the LORD God of Israel.