Skip to comments.E.W. Jackson says non-Christians are engaged in ‘some sort of false religion’
Posted on 09/23/2013 2:38:42 PM PDT by shego
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There is a stigma in the overall Jewish community about conservative Jews, largely stemming from the (mistaken) belief that conservative leaves no room for people of any faith but Christians.
What I, as a non-chrstian Noachide, cannot understand, is why so many Jews are obsessed with chrstianity and so solicitous of other false religions. How does defending other false religions from one particular false religion make any sense? Do Jews really feel safer when jihadi moslems or `ovedei `avodah zarah replace fundamentalist chrstians in the government? Even knowing the history between Judaism and chrstianity I do not understand this absolutely fanatical singleness of opposition.
This guys impolitical statement squarely falls into thos who would promote the false beliefs stated in No. 2.
This "impolitical statement" was a sermon and has no more bearing on his fitness for public office in a secular state than does Orthodox Jews' recitation of `al hamalshinim or the actual Halakhah on rescuing non-Jews on Shabbat. One's religion comes first and a society that cannot respect that is already too far gone to worry about.
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It sounds like you are trying to equate the German state church governed by the Nazi Party with actual Christian churches:
“The Protestant Reich Church was a unified state church that espoused a single doctrine compatible with National Socialism.
The Protestant opposition to Nazism established a rival German Evangelical Church, called the Confessing Church, an umbrella of independent regional churches.”
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