Countering Anti-Israel Info With Truth

We have first hand proof (in the form of some of the comments we get from our readers) that there is a great deal of dis-information concerning the situation between Israel and the Palestinians.

Christians from all 50 states and around the world gathered in America’s capital July 20-22 for the sole purpose of supporting the state of Israel. John Hagee, pastor of Cornerstone Church in San Antonio and the founder of CUFI, told the crowd that the Bible is a Zionist text from Genesis to Revelation — and Christians, he stated, must speak out for Israel.

“Can we support any peace process that rejects Israel’s right to exist? The answer is no, we can’t,” he stated, answering his own question. “Peace is a two-way street. Israel cannot make all the concessions for peace. The Palestinians must also make concessions for peace.”

Hagee pledged the group would stand with Israel against Islamic terrorists, the threat of a nuclear-armed Iran, and growing threats to stop efforts to create a Jewish state.

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2 Responses to “Countering Anti-Israel Info With Truth”

  1. Shannon says:

    Zionist Christians bear no resemblance whatsoever to true Christians, believers in the Gospels Christ. Zionist Christians are in fact Jews masquerading as Christians, they wait with her fellow travelers in Jerusalem for the coming of the Messiah. Christ was a savior, not a conquering Messiah. Christ had nothing but condemnation for the Pharisee which today are called rabbis. Zionist Christians hardly concerned themselves with the Gospel, they read the Old Testament and pretend they are Jews, but they are in fact Jews, because they wait for the same Messiah as the Jews, the same Messiah the Jews were waiting for 2000 years ago, a conquering king

  2. Steve says:

    I believe you are incorrect. Christian Zionism is defined as:
    “The belief among some Christians that the return of the Jews to the Holy Land, and the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, is in accordance with Biblical prophecy. Some Christian Zionists believe that the “ingathering” of Jews in Israel is a prerequisite for the Second Coming of Jesus. This belief is primarily, though not exclusively, associated with Christian Dispensationalism. The idea that Christians should actively support a Jewish return to the Land of Israel, along with the parallel idea that the Jews ought to be encouraged to become Christian, as a means fulfilling a Biblical prophecy has been common in Protestant circles since the Reformation. Many Christian Zionists believe that the people of Israel remain part of the chosen people of God, see also Dual-covenant theology, along with the ingrafted Gentile Christians [Romans 11:17-24]. This has the added effect of turning Christian Zionists into supporters of Jewish Zionism.”

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