Tuesday, February 12, 2008

"Jews for Jesus" - "Christians for Satan"

There's a world-wide group that go around under the name of "Jews for Jesus" - a tag that should cause the eyebrows of the more healthily skeptic among us to conspicuously rise. Quite what they're up to and what their agenda is thankfully beyond the scope of this article and will not be examined here. Suffice it to say that ANY Jewish movement that propounds ANYTHING should be treated with the UTMOST suspicion, regardless of the ostensible righteousness of their stated aims.

Phaedrus is more preoccupied with their equally baffling counterparts who can accurately be dubbed 'Christians for Satan.' These are the poor, misguided fools who loudly maintain Jesus is Lord, but immerse themselves in the teachings of the Devil as propounded in much of the Old Testament - the series of books that were written exclusively by, and for, the Jews. It should come as no surprise that those who are foolish enough to "take up serpents" and believe that the Creation is the literal Truth are also dumb enough to buy into the Lie that God gave Palestine to the Jews in perpetuity for disfiguring the genitalia of their infant males.

Jesus denounced the Old Testament God as the "Devil" and the "Father of Lies" and the Jews themselves as "of their father, the Devil." Yet for an account of the words of this earlier, horned God we have only the hair-brained reportage of ancient and unaccountable Jewish scribes, who effectively chose THEMSELVES as the "Chosen People" upon which we are expected to rely. The word of ancient, anonymous, unaccountable members of the most renowned tribe of Liars would seem to be sufficient proof for otherwise perfectly good-hearted and sane Christians to embrace the doctrines of Satan. It's a no-brainer for most rational folks, yet still they seem to have gotten taken in by it. Christians almost without exception, it seems, have taken Jewish law as their own - when it most certainly isn't.

Take something as fundamentally Jewish as the Ten Commandments. Christians look upon these rules by which to live as if they were their own exclusive property. But there's a preamble in Moses' report of the account of his experience on Sinai which is curiously usually omitted: "I am the Lord your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery..." - as clear a reference as one could have that the Commandments were addressed to the Jews and no one else. The Jews themselves know this better than anyone and it must raise wry smiles among them when they hear the Goyim recite these edicts as if they applied equally to all.

It really wouldn't, or shouldn't matter. The Commandments are righteous enough and few would question their innate wisdom. Moral people the world over accept such diktats as common sense; only an unscrupulous race of duplicitous vipers like the Jews need to have them spelled out for them in tablets of stone. Yet they apply only between members of the Jewish faith. They were not addressed to Christians (obviously) and do not apply between Jew and Gentile. But most of us are unaware of this little fact - and many other little facts that present an unbridgeable dichotomy between Christianity and Judaism.

The blurring of the boundaries between the two religions only ever works in favor of the Jews. It is illusory. It helps to foster the false notion in Christian minds that the existence of Israel is God's Will and that those who support it will be blessed. But the truth is rather the reverse. There is far more in common between Christianity and Islam than ever there has been between Christianity and Judaism. But all the time this false perception endures and is constantly re-iterated, it richly serves the proponents of Zionism and ensures endless and unremitting bloody conflict, not only in the Middle East, but further afield in Europe and the United States as well. Please remember that Christianity is the very antithesis of everything Judaism stands for!


Jeffrey Levine said...

Never let it be said that you allowed any facts to get in the way of your writings.

Dies the word moron mean anything to you?

Anonymous said...

"I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan. He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches..." Revelation 2:9, 11*
It would seem that Christ is speaking of today's Jews who call themselves Jews, but are in reality, descended from Khazars who adopted Judaism. Present day Jews are not from the lost tribes of Israel.

What facts would those be? If you have a problem with the post why not explain yourself instead of being vague and resorting to name calling. How juvenile.

Anonymous said...

Well there's one thing that's beyond doubt. There's something distinctly Evil about Judasim, and you can't say the same about Christianity or Islam.

Anonymous said...

Jesus made the following statements:

"Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. For truly, I say to you, until heaven and earth pass away, not an iota, not a dot, will pass from the Law until all is accomplished. (Matt. 5:15-18)"

He also said to the Jewish leaders of the day that, "if you believed Moses, you would believe me; for he wrote of me. (John 5:46)"

Later, after his resurrection, he talked to two of his disciples and, "beginning with Moses and the Prophets, he interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning himself."

Seems that Jesus had a pretty high view of the Jewish Scriptures.

Later the apostle Paul said to his disciple, Timothy, that, "all Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work. (2 Timothy 3:16-17. What Scripture is he talking about, considering the New Testament had yet to be put together?

On top of all this, Holy Writ is clear that the 1st Century Church was almost entirely Jewish, and that the big question at first was how to deal with non-Jewish believers coming into the church (Acts 15)

The whole of the New Testament is a very Jewish book, written by Jews and fulfilling promises written in the Hebrew Scriptures. That is why the Bible consists of both - it is all One Book. If you are only reading the New Testament, you are depriving yourself of a great part of the Word of God.

Why don't you read the whole of Scriptures (from start to finish) before you make these broad statements about it. Maybe you will leave behind your theology of hatred, and let Christ enter into your heart so that all men in Christ might be your brother.
Respectfully submitted,
Moshe for Y'shua

Anonymous said...

Jews and Christians have had many interesting interactions:


Anonymous said...

The jews admit that they are not descendants of Israelites. They are a completely different race. Today's jewish ancestors never set foot in the promised land. The jews of today have nothing to do with any bible prophecy whatsoever except be named as the synogogue of satan