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Teachings of Jesus — Matthew 19:16-30

(Note: Having made a fresh study of this passage, my explanation will be different from what I’ve published in the past.) The passage begins with precisely the question this whole series has been addressing: Who shall enter into the Eternal … Continue reading

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Realistic Expectations of Israel

I’m not finished yet reading Shahak’s Jewish History, Jewish Religion, recommended by Ron Unz in the article I linked a few posts back, but I need to pass on a couple of things from it. Keep in mind that Israel … Continue reading

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Brave, Brave Man

I’m not going to say too much about this, just offer the link: American Pravda: Oddities of the Jewish Religion Let’s watch and see what happens to Ron Unz for daring to report objectively what so many others already know. … Continue reading

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Teachings of Jesus — Matthew 16:1-12

Most people miss what Jesus is saying in this passage, because it’s all one thing: The Jewish leaders trusted in logic instead of walking in faith. Their legalism insisted that they must adhere to the Law of Moses, but they … Continue reading

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The Insignificance of Jerusalem

Everyone seems convinced that the recent move of the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is full of symbolism. It is, but it symbolizes rejecting God’s truth in this case. Jerusalem was King David’s chosen royal city. He captured … Continue reading

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Standing in a Different Context 04

We can go back and trace how the Kazar Jews infiltrated Western Europe. Today we call them Ashkenazi. A very famous member of their nation was Mayer Amschel Bauer, whose family eventually gained the nickname Rothschild and took it officially … Continue reading

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The Hedgerow of Lies 3

The fall of Hebrew religion broadly follows a path we can recognize. First was the inherent issue of henotheism: There may be other gods, but ours is the one to whom we are responsible. The notion that all deities are … Continue reading

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