Skip to comments.A rabbi's warning to U.S. Christians
Posted on 01/14/2007 4:53:30 PM PST by freedomdefender
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Appenently the only one that gets it is George W Bush. God bless him. Pray for our troups!
Which is why I, an Orthodox Jewish rabbi, devoted to Jewish survival, the Torah and Israel am so terrified of American Christianity caving in.
Many of us Jews are ready to stand with you. But you must lead. You must replace your timidity with nerve and your diffidence with daring and determination. You are under attack. Now is the time to resist it.
G-d bless this Rabbi he is correct.
"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." - Manuel II Palelologus
I would reply to the Rabbi, who votes for dems, Jews or Christians, and who votes for republicans, Jews or Christians?
When it comes to people cutting their own throats, I say take the beam out of your eye, Rabbi.
Honey, if you're relying on American Christianity to save you from Islam or Marxism, you're toast.
Buy a gun ... and another, and another, and teach your kids to shoot so you can go down fighting.
It's already over ... the only point now is influencing how your kids or grandkids die.
Rabbi Lapin's take on Borat is the same as mine, i.e. the Borat act is anti-Christian. Writes Lapin: "It is not just books but popular entertainment also that beams the most lurid anti-Christian propaganda into the hearts and minds of viewers. One need only think of who the real targets of the recent hit movie "Borat" are. The brilliant Jewish moviemaker Sacha Baron Cohen, as his title character, using borderline dishonest wiles, lures some innocent but unsophisticated country folk, obviously Christians, to join him in his outrageously anti-Semitic antics. Cohen then triumphantly claims to have exposed anti-Semitism. In fact, he has revealed nothing other than the latent anti-Christianism of America's social, economic and academic secular elites."
You talk about reading so much truth that you have to take a deep breath after taking it all in.
I know that there's antichristian bias because I work in the public schools and I see it all the time. We had a counselor ask us to replace the Christmas tree in the lobby with a "peace tree" because not all of us are Christians. One teacher continually insists to staff and students that there's no real difference between "fundementalist Christians" and "fundementalist Moslems." I stood in amazement when a group from Ukiah visited my school to put on a show about "American history" and proceeded to link Christianity with slavery and oppression of minorities and women.
The only good news is that most of the secular Christ haters I know tend to be cowards. I can't see them taking up arms and hauling people away in the dark of night. What I can see is the steady erosion of freedom and the passage of laws that will compel good police and prosecutors to sadly shake their heads enforcing something that they don't agree with but feel compelled to comply with out of duty and honor. I work alongside those people, too - the ones who agree that it's foolish to leave the Christian virtues out of the school curriculum but also feel as if they should be following precendent and court rulings on the matter.
Speaking personally, I've had radically secular neighbors and outspokenly Christian neighbors. The Christians were much, much nicer to live next door to.
What does Bush "get?" He is stuck in a little war in Iraq while stringently ignoring the Adolph Stalin entity across the border in Iran.
There is a huge difference between secular Jews (read atheists) and practicing Jews who believe in God. That difference shows in many ways, including voting patterns. There are many Jewish FReepers. May there be many more.
Good article, but about 50 or so years to late.
It is past time to stop it. It is now considered "conventional wisdom" that Christians are a threat to peace and for the betterment of all that religion needs to be abolished. Even here on FR, a conservative forum, I have had quite a number of people say "You know, you Christians scare me."
The night is falling, when no one can work. Our calling is pray and labor in this twilight time for the souls that can be saved.
The dirty little secret of Christianity is that most dedicated Christians are cowards when it comes to public controversy. They seem to want what the anti-Christians want for them: To keep it all within four walls. That way lies death.
Not even that. The Saracens will write the only history books that will exist and Islamic history begins with Mohammed and includes nothing that is not Islam. All the non-Islamic past will be eradicated.
Lapin's message seems to be that Americans are being softened up to accept anti-Christian laws in the future. Like prohibitions on the preaching of the Gospel, or on preaching some of the moral principles of Christianity, like monogomous marriage between man and woman. In some European countries - and Canada - the "hate crime" laws already seem to come close to making conservative Christianity illegal. This is what Lapin's getting at: The popular culture is pushing a pervasively anti-Christian message (through books, TV, music, movies), and after that, Americans could be willing to accept laws that effectively criminalize Christianity. It's happened before - in communist countries - so it would be denying history to say it can't possibly happen again.
"It's already over ... the only point now is influencing how your kids or grandkids die."
Whoa. Our usually sunny, chipper Tax-chick has turned bleak on us. There's always hope, TC.
Once the voice of the Bible has been silenced, the war on Western Civilization can begin and we shall see a long night of barbarism descend on the West.
Who has the loudest voice, the Muslim terrorists or the Christians in America?
We both know that answer, and it's not good is it? :(
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