Skip to comments.Presbyterian Church And Arab Palestinian Group Rewriting The Bible To Remove References To Israel
Posted on 01/27/2015 9:03:53 AM PST by Salvation
HAVE you heard that there is a new version of our Bible? But this version is unlike any prior version of God’s Word. This sinister new version has all references to Israel removed.
T his new version blatantly changes God’s Word. Any mention of Israel – gone. Any mention of Jesus being a Jew – gone. The movement which has brought the world a NEW bible, is called Palestinian Liberation Theology. At its heart is hatred for the Jewish people and for Israel. Of course, keeping in line with this hatred, the leaders of this satanic movement have changed Jesus (Yeshua) from being Jewish to being a Palestinian Arab.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The Palestinian and Sabeel Liberation Theology groups have partnered with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) as their main support for this satanic doctrine. And no wonder, the Presbyterian Church in recent years has become rabidly anti-Israel and ferociously pro-LGBT. The name of “Israel” occurs 2566 times in 2,294 verses in the Bible.
The Jewishness of Jesus is clearly documented in the Word of God – His Jewish lineage is recorded in the books of Matthew and Luke. But remember, the leaders and teachers of the PLT are reading from a new source – their own bible, hence they have made for themselves a new Jesus.
“And with all deceivableness of unrighteousness in them that perish; because they received not the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: That they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness.” 2 Thessalonians 2:10-12 (KJV)
An Arab Palestinian Anglican priest is at the forefront of this very evil and satanic movement. I wonder, does he really believe this nonsense, or is it in his desperation to bring the Palestinian people into the spotlight, while cursing Israel as the little Satan? Maybe a little of both, but he is definitely a casualty to the Strong Delusion spoken of in God’s Word.
“However, something new does crop up when someone like the Reverend Dr. Naim Stifan Ateek attempts to revise history. Dr. Ateek is an Arab Palestinian Anglican priest and the founder of Sabeel International Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center in Jerusalem. He has rewritten the whole story book in the same manner that Catholic, Anglican and Reformed theologies have claimed that the Christian Church is “The New Israel” also called “The Israel of God.” Rewriting history and inventing theology is a popular vocation. Revisionist historians take liberties with facts until they cease to have meaning. Prime examples are the Holocaust denial polemics or current trends to rewrite American history texts.
Ateek has an axe to grind; he needs to advance his Palestinian agenda by displacing Israel. In an effort to push his version of Christian dogma, he rewrites the Bible and fabricates a formidable sounding contemporary social justice ideology. His personal fish story is born fully formed from the caverns of his own vivid imagination. If it weren’t so dangerous, it would be ludicrous.”  source
Another name for this movement is Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology.
“Sabeel (Arabic ‘the way’ and also ‘a channel’ or ‘spring’) Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center is a Christian liberation theology organization based in Jerusalem. It was founded by Palestinian Anglican priest, Rev. Naim Ateek, the former Canon of St. George’s Cathedral in Jerusalem. An official partner of the Presbyterian Church USA, Sabeel has Friends of Sabeel chapters in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Ireland, France, Germany, the Netherlands and Australia.” source
Should it really surprise us that the Presbyterian church is a partner in this? I’m not surprised at all. The other mainline churches who have jumped on this heretical bandwagon are: Episcopalian, Methodist, Lutheran and even some Evangelical churches in the U.S. have followed suit. I wonder when the Vatican will thrown in their hat?
Brethren, these things sound and indeed are so incredibly evil. But as followers of Yeshua, we should be rejoicing! YES, REJOICE!
God’s Prophetic Word is being fulfilled at breakneck speed! That means that we are close to His Glorious appearing, to take us away from this horrid place! Hallelujah!!
“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28 (KJV)
I guess they’ve determined to predetermine what they think should have been determined in the first place, had God known what he was doing.
Because serious believers went away. That left nothing but a silly shell.
There’s some evidence that Jesuits were also behind both Dispensational eschatology and Arminianism. I don’t have time to dig out references for a Jesuit connection to Dispensationalism, but I recall that in the 18th century Augustus Toplady (writer of “Rock of Ages” among other things) wrote of a connection between Arminianism and Jesuits in his “Arminianism: The Road to Rome!”
Perhaps because the original form of liberation theology, from Latin America, originated with Catholic theologians, and a lot of the early supporters were Jesuits.
No real Christians are going to pay attention to that Satanically-inspired translation!
Dispensationalism is very kind to Israel.
Except to get all wrought up about how offended they are, of course!
It could be very short indeed. They could end it in Genesis, right after the serpent asks “Did God truly say that?”
They’re also pushing nonsense. Without God, why should I obey the moral laws? What possible reason could you give that would convince me to go against my self interest when there are no ultimate consequences?
In the Christian world “dispensationalism” forms the CORE and the BASIS for the support of Israel and the Jews!
AND ... the understanding provided by dispensationalism is exactly as the Bible presents it ... in regards to Israel, the Jews and Prophecy!
Thank God for those who have provided us with this framework for understanding the role of the church, Israel and the Jews and Prophecy!
Being kind to Israel doesn’t mean Jesuits weren’t behind its origins. Their apparent desire was to counter the majority Protestant view that the Pope was antichrist.
I think any good believing Christian still in PCUSA should get out NOW, without further delay. The effort to regain control of the PCUSA apparatus in Christian hands... has been waged for several years... without significant succcess.
A Bible-denying ‘church’ which preaches or abides Satanic hate-filled agents in its headquarters ... is no longer a proper God-fearing or God-loving church.
Just the opposite.
As John Calvin said,
Wherever we find the Word of God surely preached and heard, and the sacraments administered according to the institution of Christ, there, it is not to be doubted, is a church of God. -
Any PCUSA members, please pray and I’m confident you will find another church ... one that IS, as Calvin said, a church of God.
From the reading I’ve done, dispensational theology grew out of a Calvinist background.
I grew up in Dispensationalism and it was simply taught as the truth at my Southern Baptist University. I fully understand it. However, over time I came to a different understanding. I’m still very pro-Israel, but not on the basis of Dispensationalism.
Revelation: Ch 22
18 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:
19 And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.
“Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don’t!”
Truly we must be approaching the end...
I wonder if the Jesuits faked the moon landing too.
I think the history is murky. That’s why I didn’t make an absolute claim. However, my basic understanding is that it arose within the Plymouth Brethren movement in England after certain of their members came under Jesuit influence. I’m no expert on that movement, but it’s my understanding they were (and remain) overwhelmingly Arminian.
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