Should Christian churches address current politics on Sundays?

During Jesus Christ’s day, Jews who wanted to destroy Jesus Christ asked questions in order to entrap Him.  One example is when Christ-hating Jews asked if the Jews should pay taxes to Caesar, the Roman Emperor who colonized Israel during the time of Jesus Christ.

Jesus Christ did not say, “Separation of Church and State”.  Jesus Christ answered the question, saying, “Give to Caesar what is Caesar’s, and give to God what is God’s.”

In essence, Jesus Christ took a political position against Jewish nationalist who were pro-Israel and anti-Roman Empire.  Jesus Christ’s answer was a political answer because during Jesus Christ’s time, there were Zionists who were aggressively pro-Israel and there were those who were anti-Zionist.

In other words, Jesus Christ’s anti-Israel position in supporting paying taxes to the Roman Empire, which colonized Israel, is anti-Zionist.  Pro-Zionist “Christians” are against Jesus Christ and His anti-Zionist position as shown in the Gospels of the New Testament.

Jesus Christ’s anti-Zionist position during His day proves that Christians who support Zionism, today, are wrong.  The Bible is God’s Word.  Jesus Christ preached against the symbol of the Zionist state, which is the Jerusalem Temple of His day.

Jesus Christ’s terroristic threats against the symbol of Jewish nationalism (the Jerusalem Temple) is the reason why Jewish Supreme Court issued the death penalty to Jesus Christ in order to protect national security of the Jewish state.  Jesus Christ’s terroristic threats against the Jewish state shows that Jesus Christ wants Christians in America to be anti-Zionist.

Jesus Christ’s terrorist threats against the Zionist state is celebrated by Christians because it is the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  In other words, support of the Jewish state of Israel is against the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  The Holy Bible is the Truth.  It is important to submit to the truth.

We must celebrate the words of Jesus Christ, “Destroy this temple!”  Jesus Christ wanted Christians to support the destruction of the Jerusalem Temple.

Jesus Christ wanted the Jerusalem Temple destroyed because Jesus Christ Himself is the Temple.

Christian Choirs should celebrate the words of Jesus Christ.  Today’s Christian singers should write and sing songs that are faithful to the Holy Bible.

Jesus Christ said, “Destroy this Temple” as he stood by the Jerusalem Temple.  Jewish Supreme Court considered that a treasonous (“blasphemy”) terroristic threat that was punisheable.  Jewish state wanted to protect its national security.  Nations do not have same interests.  Jesus Christ’s interest was against the Zionist state.

Christian pastors should preach, “Destroy this temple!” which is a political statement by Jesus Christ against the Zionist state of Israel.  Christians must preach the politics of Jesus Christ, because the Gospels of Jesus Christ is the Truth for ever and ever.

When we say, “Destroy ISIS!”, it is a terroristic threat against ISIS, an enemy of the United States of America, which seeks its national security.

Christian pastors must actively preach anti-Zionist sermons on Sunday because Jesus Christ did.  This is preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Jesus Christ taught us how to pray.  Jesus Christ taught us how to preach.

Preaching against the Zionist state of Israel is a duty of all Christian pastors.  Jesus Christ set the example in the Holy Bible.  Christians must submit to the Word of God.

Christians must change themselves to conform to the Holy Bible.

Will you be a still necked people and stand with Zionism and the Jewish state of Israel against Jesus Christ and the Gospel of Jesus Christ?