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Should Southern Baptist Convention officially and publicly proclaim Holocaust as God’s judgment against Jews for killing Jesus Christ?

Yes, the Southern Baptist Convention must officially call the Holocaust as a judgment of God against the Jews for killing Jesus Christ.  Holocaust is the fulfillment of the prophecies against Jews uttered by Jesus Christ and the New Testament’s inspired writers.  It is important to uphold the Word of God as a Christian denomination, whether you are Southern Baptist Convention, Presbyterian Church in America, United Methodist Church, or the Roman Catholic Church.

The problem of the Southern Baptist Convention and other Christian denominations is that too many young preachers (“the new generation”) have gone into the perspective of the world and in the ways of the world.  Instead of publicly condemning that which the Holy Bible condemns, they want to be like the world and agree with the world.  This has to stop.  Southern Baptist preachers, whether young or old, must uphold the Gospel Truth of Jesus Christ that is found in the Holy Bible that Jews killed Jesus Christ.

Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John all emphasize that Jews killed Jesus Christ.  This is the fundamental truth of the Gospel.  Not mentioning this Gospel truth is tantamount to dishonesty and lying by omission.  It is important to preach the whole Council of God.

Does God forbid the Death Penalty?

No.

The Holy Bible is clear that God demands the Death Penalty for crimes, such as homosexuality.

God’s justice is fair.  God is just.

It is important to submit to God’s Law.

It is important to humble oneself before the foot of the cross and the Word of God.

When believers do not submit to the Word of God and carry out the justice of God in the way that God demands, then God destroys those believers’ nation.

This is found in the prophecies of Jeremiah and Isaiah.

God has revealed Himself through the Bible.  This is how God wants to be known in the world.

God is fair.  God is just.