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Should Christian groups and individuals bring lawsuits against Jewish groups and Jewish leaders in order to protect Christian moral system in the USA?

As you know, all Jews, whether Republican or Democrat, support gay marriage laws of the United States of America.  This is because Jews in the United States of America, regardless of their political affiliation, are dedicated to an anti-Christian government that denigrates the Christian Gospel and the Christian moral system.

This is unfortunate, but true.

Just ask your Jewish friends at work or your Jewish neighbor what they think about gay marriage laws.  You don’t have to tell them what you think.  Just ask them what they think.

100 out of 100, your Jewish friend or neighbor will say that they believe that the laws of the United States of America should protect homosexuals and gay marriage.

All Jews in the United States of America are dedicated to an anti-Christian moral system.

Thus, it is important for Christian groups and Christian individuals to bring law suits against Jewish groups and Jewish individuals, particularly those in power, in order to:

(1) Weaken Jewish power in America.  Weakening Jewish power is a way to help Christianity thrive in the United States of America, since Jewish individuals and Jewish groups are dedicated to an anti-Christian American institutions and government system.  Even if you do not win the lawsuits against Jews, just the fact that you weaken them is a victory.  In other words, any lawsuit brought against Jewish leaders or Jewish groups is a victory, whether the final outcome is win or loss.

(2) Christian groups and Christian individuals bringing lawsuits against Jewish groups in the USA sends the right message that Christians in America are not willing to allow Jews to destroy Christianity in the United States of America.  It is important to show loyalty to Christ and the Bible in a public way, and Christian groups bringing lawsuits against Jewish groups is a good way to do so.

(3) Bringing lawsuits against Jewish groups and Jewish politicians and Jewish businessmen is a way to help America to become a Christian America.  How will you make the United States of America a disciple of Christ?  The Great Commission requires you to make disciples of all nations.  You must start from your home country of the United States of America.  Since Jews in the USA are standing against Christian America, bringing lawsuits against Jewish groups is a way to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ.

Is it necessary to preach from the pulpit that Jews killed Jesus Christ?

Yes.

The Bible emphasizes this fact.

In fact, it is an integral part of the Gospel.

No Gospel preaching is complete without preaching the emphasis in the Gospels that Jews killed Christ.

This emphasis is constantly reiterated in the Book of Acts and Book of Galatians.

It is necessary (or required by God) for preachers to preach from the pulpit that Jews killed Jesus Christ.

Anyone refusing to preach this Gospel truth from the pulpit is not a true servant of Jesus Christ.

Do Bible-believing Christians have a right to start a violent Revolution against the ruling government in the USA?

Well, July 4th Independence Day makes this question moot, doesn’t it?

The whole point of July 4th is to celebrate the victory of a Revolution started against the legitimate governing authority in America and replace it with the revolutionaries who won that war.

George Washington was a revolutionary war commander.

Power belongs to the people.

If Christians in America do not believe that the ruling government represents the interests of the dominant Christian population (USA citizen majority), then Christians in America have the right to start a violent revolutionary war to replace the ruling government.

The precedent for this was set at the American Revolutionary War.

So, the answer is obvious in United States history.

Why is Senator Cruz of Texas losing the evangelical Christian vote?

Bible-believing Christians understand that the Gospels emphasize that Jews killed Jesus Christ.  This is a major theme in each of the four Christian Gospels.

Senator Ted Cruz being friendly with Jews and Jewish lobbies offend evangelical Christians who want to follow the Christian Gospel and oppose Jews in political power and economic power.

Jesus Christ Himself attacked Jewish Jerusalem as an evil city in the Gospels and stood against the Jewish nation of Israel.

Evangelical Christians read the Bible and want to follow Jesus Christ.  Thus, they do not like the pro-Israel stance of US Senator Cruz, which goes against the truth of the Gospels in the New Testament that Jesus Christ was anti-Israel.

Did God forgive Hitler for killing 6 million people?

Hitler did not sin when Hitler killed 6 million Jews and homosexuals.

So, there is nothing for God to forgive.

Killing homosexuals is commanded by God in the Holy Bible as a legal requirement of nations.  Hitler as the legitimately (and democratically!) elected leader of Germany had the right to carry out justice of homosexuals for their crime of homosexuality.

Hitler obeyed the Holy Bible by carrying out the capital punishment of homosexuals.

Hitler also did not sin when Hitler killed Jews of Germany as a national security threat.

Governments have rights to deal with their national security threat in the way that they see fit.  Hitler decided to kill what he perceived to be his nation’s security threat.  Hitler was the legitimate, democratically elected leader of Germany.  And the German people supported him.

Thus, Hitler did not sin when he acted as the legitimate leader of Germany to punish homosexuals for their crime and to protect the citizens of Germany from an identified national security threat.

From the vantage point of Bible Christianity, Hitler did not sin when he killed 6 million Jews and homosexuals as the legitimate ruler of Germany.

Why are Americans angry at establishment Republican politicians?

Most of Americans are Christians, and many of them are very serious about their Christian faith.  Some are actively involved in the life of a local church, while some are not.  But they are still very serious about their personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Many Americans believe that the Bible is the Truth and a guide for personal life as well as morality and ethics.

When many establishment Republican politicians seem to condone such immorality as homosexuality and gay marriage, many American Christians stop believing in them as people who can lead America into a better future.

That is why the majority of South Carolina citizens voted for Donald Trump, rather than vote for an “Establishment Republican” (ER).

South Carolina may be the most conservative state in the United States, but many republicans do not trust Republican politicians, because it was under their watch that gay marriage laws were normalized under the United States Supreme Court.

What angers most American Christians is that Establishment Republicans (ER) did nothing in reaction to the decision by the US Supreme Court.  In other words, American Christians are angry at the seeming complacency by current Republicans in political office who refuse to actively and publicly oppose homosexuality and gay marriage laws and do something about it.

In a sense, most Americans want a type of “Regime Change”.

It is important to remember that according to the Bible, when those who are given power to rule by God are not conscientious and brave in following the moral precepts of God in law making and law adjudication, God will take power away from them.

The Bush family has been too emphatic on tolerance of Muslims in America and Islam as a religion, and this is the reason why Jeb Bush did not have chance for victory.  America’s Republicans are looking for a leader who will stand up for Christianity and not be tolerant of other religions and their effort to destroy Christianity in America.

It is important to remember that the majority of Americans are Christians who believe in the Bible.

Is appointing Jews to the position of federal judge wrong?

What do you think?

The Holy Bible is clear in emphasizing that Jews killed Jesus Christ.

The Holy Bible is clear in condemning the Synagogues of Satan in the Book of Revelations.

Supporting Jews (those who have not yet converted to Christianity) is betraying the Word of God.  Especially, the Gospels, which emphasize that Jews killed Christ.

A true Christian should be nominating and appointing true Christians as federal judges.

Logically, if you appoint a Jew, who hates Jesus Christ, then you will have this federal judge abusing his or her power to de-Christianizing the United States of America and wiping out any trace of Jesus Christ from government environments.

This is precisely what is happening because Jews are appointed as federal judges by Christians who do not care about the glory of Jesus Christ.

Should we leave the church if it supports the Jews and the Jewish nation of Israel?

Since the Book of Galatians is clear, it might be a good idea for you to leave that church.

Your church may be a Judaizer church.

And St. Paul is clear in condemning Judaizers in the Book of Galatians.

Supporting Jews or the Jewish nation of Israel is betraying Jesus Christ, because the Gospels emphasizes that Jews killed Christ.  This is Gospel Truth, and you cannot deny this Gospel Truth.

You must preach it from your pulpit in obedience to the Word of God.

Will evangelicals who support the Jews and Israel go to Hell?

God only knows that answer, since God ultimately decides who goes to Heaven and who goes to Hell.

God is the Judge.

But read through the Book of Galatians.

It is true that St. Paul called so-called Christians supporting Jews and Israel as preaching another Gospel.

In fact, St. Paul curses at them and says that they should go to Hell.

Just read through the Book of Galatians, for yourself.

Why is this important?

St. Paul’s curses can apply to you, if you support the Jews and the Jewish nation of Israel.