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August 18, 2014

There’s only one country where a large majority enthusiastically supports Israel but also secretly wants every Jew to go there (even against their will if it comes to it). Then not only that, actually rejoices in what they see as Benjamin Netanyahu acting like an Antichrist!

The Evangelical Christians of the USA.

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Here are some exerts from websites that describe these irrational beliefs, which make them support war crimes by a foreign nation.


According to a school of Biblical interpretation called dispensationalism that dates back to the 19th century, the sequence of events leading to the end of the world begins when the Jews are restored to their homeland, something that happened when the state of Israel was created.

That scenario then predicts Jews will become hated and despised by the whole world and Israel will make an alliance with a powerful figure who turns out to be the Biblical Antichrist. He will lead his armies against a force of 200 million soldiers under the “kings of the east” at Armageddon, near Jerusalem, leading to the return of Jesus and the establishment of God’s kingdom on Earth.

Some Jews will be destroyed and the remaining Jews will accept Jesus as their Messiah.

http://www.orwelltoday.com/biblefriends.shtml

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Based on this interpretative principle, dispensationalists hold that the promises made to Abraham and through him to the Jews, although postponed during this present Church age, are nevertheless eternal and unconditional and therefore await future realisation since they have never yet been literally fulfilled. So, for example, it is an article of normative dispensational belief that the boundaries of the land promised to Abraham and his descendants from the Nile to the Euphrates will be literally instituted and that Jesus Christ will return to a literal and theocratic Jewish kingdom centred on a rebuilt temple in Jerusalem.  In such a scheme the Church on earth is relegated to the status of a parenthesis,[[20]]  a ‘Plan B…’,[[21]] and ‘…a sort of footnote or sidetrack in contrast to God’s main mission to save ethnic, national Israel.’[[22]]

 

2.4 An Apocalyptic Eschatology

Crucial to the dispensationalist reading of biblical prophecy is the conviction that the period of tribulation is imminent along with the secret rapture of the Church and the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple in place of, or along side, the Dome of the Rock. This will signal the return of the Lord to restore the Kingdom to Israel centred on Jerusalem. This pivotal event is also seen as the trigger for the start of the war of Armageddon in which most of the world’s population together with large numbers of Jews will suffer and die.[[23]] 

Convinced that a nuclear Armageddon is an inevitable event within the divine scheme of things, many evangelical dispensationalists have committed themselves to a course for Israel that, by their own admission, will lead directly to a holocaust indescribably more savage and widespread than any vision of carnage that could have been generated in Adolf Hitler’s criminal mind.[[24]]


Clearly, the consequences of such views, whether promulgated by academics from respectable theological institutions like Dallas Theological Seminary and the Moody Bible Institute, or by Jewish fanatics such as Baruch Ben-Yosef and the Temple Mount Yeshiva,[[25]] can only be devastating, especially since dispensationalists have considerable political influence through which they seek the fulfilment of their apocalyptic vision of the future. That dispensational vision is comparatively young in terms of church history. It began in 1828 when Darby wrote his first tract against the prevailing optimism of the established church.[[26]]

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article4531.htm


Dispensationalists will define three key dispensations, (1) The Mosaic Law, (2) The present age of Grace, and (3) the future Millennial Kingdom. Most will agree about the first two, and Covenant theology will disagree about the third, seeing this as the ‘eternal state’. (Since they don’t see a literal Millennial Kingdom – the future literal fulfillment of the Davidic Kingdom.)

A greater breakdown of specific dispensations is possible, giving most traditional Dispensationalists seven recognizable dispensations.

  1. Innocence – Adam
  2. Conscience – After man sinned, up to the flood
  3. Government – After the flood, man allowed to eat meat, death penalty instituted
  4. Promise – Abraham up to Moses and the giving of the Law
  5. Law – Moses to the cross
  6. Grace – The cross to the Millennial Kingdom
  7. Millennial Kingdom – A 1000 year reign of Christ on earth centered in Jerusalem

http://www.endtimes.org/dispens.html


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There are a number of reasons that I call these Evangelists delusional. Least of all they are just plain evil to rejoice in evil. But also because they are wrong about one thing critical to their Armageddon plans.

The Jews haven't returned to their promised land. Only to the land they thought was their promised land after the Babylonian exile. Moses was given a parcel of Land in Saudi Arabia & Yemen. I'll leave you to ponder that.

http://web.archive.org/web/20140909091657/https://bitly.com/bundles/petedavo/g

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