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WHO ARE THE REAL JEW-HATERS? Do you know which Christians really hate the Jews most? It is not those who expose the wickedness of the Jews and revile them for it. It is those Christians who most profess to love them. It is those who are the most tolerant and amicable toward the Jews though they stubbornly persist in a God-hating state. And it is those who tell you that they long for the day when the Jews turn to Christ but who also never speak against their present evil. Because if such so-called Christians did love them, then they would tell the Jews the truth that they need to hear. They would confront the Jews with the facts about all their crimes against humanity and God, tell them plainly about the judgment and eternal punishment that is going to come upon them, and make them know that they must submit to Christ or suffer the dreadful consequences. If indeed the Jews are ever going to be saved en masse at some point in time, as many of the so-called Reformed Christians profess to believe, this is the only way that it can happen. The Jews are not going to wake up one Sunday morning and, all of a sudden, mysteriously find in themselves an urge to praise Christ. No, if they are to be converted at all, it must be through the preaching of the truth, and that must include the unpleasant truth about themselves, if they are to be brought to repentance. But instead such so-called Christians, out of cowardice, fear, or apathy, either remain silent about the Christ-hating Jews or treat them as friends. In so doing, they reveal that they are lovers of neither Christians nor Jews but only lovers of themselves. If they did love their fellow Christians, then they would seek out the truth about the Jewish threat, and both educate themselves and warn others. And if they did love the Jews, then they would present the unpleasant truth to them and call them to repentance. But this they never do. They can easily believe that conversion of the Jews is in the far-off future, but never in their own future, because that would necessitate that they actually begin to do something now to help accomplish it. But such men do what they do out of self-interest only. They know that there is a cost to exposing Jewish wrongdoing and they are not willing to pay that cost. And so when you hear a professing Christian say that he longs for the day when the Jews come to Christ, but you know that he never speaks out against their wickedness or calls them to repentance, then you know that he is someone who is not doing his duty toward the Jews and to God, but is merely hoping that some other men will rise up in the future to do what he is unwilling to do in the present. In other words, you are listening to a hypocrite.

Attending church today is like transporting oneself into the television make-believe world of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Evangelical and Reformed churches have mostly become places for people to help one another persist in a fantasy land existence, where the unpleasant realities of the society outside the four walls of the assembly's meeting place are nearly entirely ignored, and almost no thought is given to overcoming the ungodly world. It is as if they believe that the Christian's duty in an apostate society is to keep his head down and his mouth shut, getting along the best he can while trying to avoid offending the wicked so as not to incur their disapproval, rather than exposing their evil and calling them to repentance. Of course, the appeal of such a religion is that it enables the professing Christian to continue living a comfortable, peaceful, and prosperous life, rather than having to endure tribulation and persecution for righteousness' sake. Long gone are the days when Christianity was a militant religion that sought to bring all nations, and all their institutions, under the dominion of Christ. The modern-day form of it has largely been reduced to a personal improvement and judgment avoidance program. Even in its best manifestations, it teaches its disciples no more than accurate theological doctrines regarding individual salvation and how to apply biblical principles in a very limited family or church sphere. And in its lesser forms, its practice has been almost entirely reduced to a brief period of entertainment disguised as the worship of God, along with an "everything is going to be alright in the end" feel-good message with very little doctrinal substance. But what all the various expressions of "Bible-believing" Christianity today have in common is this: there is little or no attempt to expose and contravene the God-hating zeitgeist, and reveal and overturn its intentionally destructive code of pseudo-morality, much less is there any talk of rising up and toppling the Satanic "powers that be" who are destroying everything we hold dear, including our own flesh and blood. Rather, today's churches teach their adherents how to best fit in, and even thrive in, the current anti-Christian Judaic matrix, through passive obedience, submission, and even complicity with it and conformity to it, and by being kindly toward, and cooperative with, the devil's disciples, instead of standing against them and insisting that they turn from their wickedness. What are the best adjectives to describe such a religion? Compartmentalized. Dualistic. Reductionist. Escapist. Retreatist. Cowardly. Conformist. Compromising. Spineless. Defeatist. Effeminate. Judaized. Worldly. Apostate. Whatever it may be, it is certainly not the religion of the early church, as expressed here by John Chrysostom (349-407): “Let both Jews and Hellenes [Greek pagans] know that Christians are the guardians, protectors, rulers and teachers of the city; and let the reprobates and libertines learn the same thing, that they should be afraid of God's servants, and that if they want to say anything blasphemous or mocking, they look around and fear even the shadows, fearing that a Christian might overhear."

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WHO ARE THE REAL JEW-HATERS? Do you know which Christians really hate the Jews most? It is not those who expose the wickedness of the Jews and revile them for it. It is those Christians who most profess to love them. It is those who are the most tolerant and amicable toward the Jews though they stubbornly persist in a God-hating state. And it is those who tell you that they long for the day when the Jews turn to Christ but who also never speak against their present evil. Because if such so-called Christians did love them, then they would tell the Jews the truth that they need to hear. They would confront the Jews with the facts about all their crimes against humanity and God, tell them plainly about the judgment and eternal punishment that is going to come upon them, and make them know that they must submit to Christ or suffer the dreadful consequences. If indeed the Jews are ever going to be saved en masse at some point in time, as many of the so-called Reformed Christians profess to believe, this is the only way that it can happen. The Jews are not going to wake up one Sunday morning and, all of a sudden, mysteriously find in themselves an urge to praise Christ. No, if they are to be converted at all, it must be through the preaching of the truth, and that must include the unpleasant truth about themselves, if they are to be brought to repentance. But instead such so-called Christians, out of cowardice, fear, or apathy, either remain silent about the Christ-hating Jews or treat them as friends. In so doing, they reveal that they are lovers of neither Christians nor Jews but only lovers of themselves. If they did love their fellow Christians, then they would seek out the truth about the Jewish threat, and both educate themselves and warn others. And if they did love the Jews, then they would present the unpleasant truth to them and call them to repentance. But this they never do. They can easily believe that conversion of the Jews is in the far-off future, but never in their own future, because that would necessitate that they actually begin to do something now to help accomplish it. But such men do what they do out of self-interest only. They know that there is a cost to exposing Jewish wrongdoing and they are not willing to pay that cost. And so when you hear a professing Christian say that he longs for the day when the Jews come to Christ, but you know that he never speaks out against their wickedness or calls them to repentance, then you know that he is someone who is not doing his duty toward the Jews and to God, but is merely hoping that some other men will rise up in the future to do what he is unwilling to do in the present. In other words, you are listening to a hypocrite.

Attending church today is like transporting oneself into the television make-believe world of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. Evangelical and Reformed churches have mostly become places for people to help one another persist in a fantasy land existence, where the unpleasant realities of the society outside the four walls of the assembly's meeting place are nearly entirely ignored, and almost no thought is given to overcoming the ungodly world. It is as if they believe that the Christian's duty in an apostate society is to keep his head down and his mouth shut, getting along the best he can while trying to avoid offending the wicked so as not to incur their disapproval, rather than exposing their evil and calling them to repentance. Of course, the appeal of such a religion is that it enables the professing Christian to continue living a comfortable, peaceful, and prosperous life, rather than having to endure tribulation and persecution for righteousness' sake. Long gone are the days when Christianity was a militant religion that sought to bring all nations, and all their institutions, under the dominion of Christ. The modern-day form of it has largely been reduced to a personal improvement and judgment avoidance program. Even in its best manifestations, it teaches its disciples no more than accurate theological doctrines regarding individual salvation and how to apply biblical principles in a very limited family or church sphere. And in its lesser forms, its practice has been almost entirely reduced to a brief period of entertainment disguised as the worship of God, along with an "everything is going to be alright in the end" feel-good message with very little doctrinal substance. But what all the various expressions of "Bible-believing" Christianity today have in common is this: there is little or no attempt to expose and contravene the God-hating zeitgeist, and reveal and overturn its intentionally destructive code of pseudo-morality, much less is there any talk of rising up and toppling the Satanic "powers that be" who are destroying everything we hold dear, including our own flesh and blood. Rather, today's churches teach their adherents how to best fit in, and even thrive in, the current anti-Christian Judaic matrix, through passive obedience, submission, and even complicity with it and conformity to it, and by being kindly toward, and cooperative with, the devil's disciples, instead of standing against them and insisting that they turn from their wickedness. What are the best adjectives to describe such a religion? Compartmentalized. Dualistic. Reductionist. Escapist. Retreatist. Cowardly. Conformist. Compromising. Spineless. Defeatist. Effeminate. Judaized. Worldly. Apostate. Whatever it may be, it is certainly not the religion of the early church, as expressed here by John Chrysostom (349-407): “Let both Jews and Hellenes [Greek pagans] know that Christians are the guardians, protectors, rulers and teachers of the city; and let the reprobates and libertines learn the same thing, that they should be afraid of God's servants, and that if they want to say anything blasphemous or mocking, they look around and fear even the shadows, fearing that a Christian might overhear."

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