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Is it morally wrong for a Christian to appoint a Jew into a policy leadership position?

Yes, it is morally wrong for a Christian to appoint a Jew (who has not converted to Christianity) into an important position, such as Assistant US Attorney positions.

If a Christian appoints a Jew into a position of power and influence, that Jewish appointee will use that position of power to attack or diminish Christianity in America.

If you appoint a Jew to the position of Deputy Attorney General, then you can bet that the Jewish appointee will use his or her powers to belittle Christianity in America, including in the public school system, in social institutions, and in politial institutions.  That is expected!

We are talking about Jews who want no one in America to say, “Merry Christmas!” publicly because Jews hate Jesus Christ and want to wipe Christmas celebration out of American public life.

It is important for Christians to boycott businesses with Jewish CEO’s, such as Starbucks, which hates Christmas and wants to wipe out the celebration of Christmas from American public life.

Jews as business leaders or political leaders want to destroy Christmas and the legacy of Jesus Christ.  After all, Jews in America are just like their ancestors in Israel who killed Jesus Christ.  These Jews hate Jesus Christ and what Jesus Christ stands for.

It is immoral for Christians to appoint Jews to positions of power, because Jews will abuse their appointments to persecute Bible-believing Christians and minimize Christianity in society.

It is the appointing of Jews to political power positions that has led America down the road of destruction and immorality.

America’s Christians who have appointed Jews to powerful position must repent before Jesus Christ, who was killed by the Jews, according to the New Testament.

Everything has a cause.  The cause of the degeneration of America is in large part due to the promotion of Jews to powerful positions in American politics and government (such as the judiciary).

Why would a loving God make people of Flint, Michigan suffer from bad water?

God is God of love.

God is God of justice.

In the Holy Bible, God’s punishments are seen as an extension of God’s love.

When your child does something wrong, you would ground him or spank him,  Why?

Because you love him and want him to be good.

You are afraid that if you do not discipline him, then he might end up in juvenile detention or in jail.

You love your child, so you are trying to prevent worse from happening.

The Holy Bible emphasizes that God punishes because He loves.  So, God would kill several thousand Israelites, so that others who survive God’s judgement may go back to the Bible and follow God.

This idea is emphasized in the Book of Judges as is in all other books of the Bible.

Jesus Christ constantly talked about hell and eternal damnation, because that is what happens to those who do not accept Him as their LORD and Savior.

Talking about Hell is, in essence, a way to talk about Heaven.

It is important that God will punish, even to the point of killing many people in a nation, to bring the majority back to God and the Word of God.

The Bible emphasizes that God punishes because God loves.

Yes, the loving God punishes and even kills in divine punishment, so that all the people in that nation will not go to eternal damnation in Hell.

God’s punishment in Flint, Michigan, is an evidence of the love of God.

Is it morally acceptable to kill in order to uphold the morality of the Bible?

The 10 Commandments prohibit murder, which is defined as unlawful killing.  Obviously, for Christians the law being referred to is the Law of God.

There are some killings that are lawful in the Bible.

What are they?

(1) Killing when God orders (Book of Joshua)

(2) Soldiers killing in a war (Book of Judges)

(3) Killing to protect self and/or family

(4) Killing to protect True Religion

(5) Killing to protect Bible morality

In other words, the above killings are not murder.  Thus, you do not have to ask God for forgiveness, since they are NOT sin.

In fact, the Holy Bible talks about righteous killing or killing in righteousness (Phineas).  In other words, certain killing (such as killing to protect Bible morality) is described in the Bible as a testimony of faith or even as making a person holy before God.