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Does Jesus Christ Want to Destroy Racism?

No, Jesus Christ does NOT want to destroy racism in society or in the world, and this is clear in Jesus Christ promoting racism in the Gospels in the New Testament.

Jesus Christ went out of His way to make Samaritans feel racially inferior to the Jews in the New Testament, as is clear from the account of Jesus Christ’s ministry on earth.

Racism is NOT sin, according to the Holy Bible, and Jesus Christ chose to act in racist ways in the Gospels in the New Testament because Jesus Christ does NOT want to destroy racism in society, whether it is in ancient Israel, present-day United States or United Kingdom.

Jesus Christ chose to reveal Himself as a racist in the New Testament, and that is His free choice and Will of God.

God is clearly a racist because He chose one race to be special and to be the Chosen People in the Old Testament. God embraces racism, and that is why there is not even one single verse in the Holy Bible that condemns racism.

Those who oppose racism in God’s churches oppose God Himself. Those people who oppose God will go to eternal damnation in Hell, because God is Who God Is. God has chosen to be a racist and that is His Right as God!

In other words, every preacher who fights racism from the Sunday curch pulpit are standing against the New Testament and Jesus Christ, who embraces the racism of His society and never ever condemns it!

Those who try to argue that God opposes racism are dishonest and are liars, because the Gospels of Jesus Christ clearly upholds racist paradigms, and Jesus Christ HImself perpetuates racist stereotypes against Samaritans on purpose, because Jesus Christ chooses to be a racist. WWJD?

Racism is NOT sin, because sin is anything God calls it as sin. World does NOT decide what sin is; Jesus does! Jesus never ever calls Racism sin, therefore Racism is never sin!

Are Northern Virginia’s Baptist churches far away from God in that they fight racism and not homosexuality?

Northern Virginia’s Baptist churches are very far away from God and the Holy Bible in that they fight racism, rather than homosexuality.

There is rampant pro-gay animus in Northern Virginia, but Baptist churches are not focusing on that which God hates, which is homosexuality.

Northern Virginia’s Baptist churches focusing on racism instead of homosexuality is a distraction that goes against the Holy Bible, because the Holy Bible never ever condemns racism.

Racism is NOT sin according to the Holy Bible.  Just because some people do not like racism does not make racism sin.  Jesus Christ never condemned racism or preached against racism, even though racism was rampant in His society.

The Southern Baptist Convention standing against the Holy Bible and condemning racism is directly responsible for the proliferation of immorality and homosexuality in America.

Southern Baptist Convention leaders must repent of their sin of condomning racism, because God the Father never ever conemns racism, and Jesus Christ in the Gospels perpetuated racism by encouraging racist stereotypes of Gentiles.

God will punish Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) pastors who preach against racism, because God does NOT condemn or oppose racism in the Holy Bible.  SBC pastors must submit to the Word of God and stop following values of the world and loving the world.

God is a racist, because God chose one race to be the Chosen People in the Holy Bible. This is who God is.

God the Father never ever condemned racism in the Holy Bible, and Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) pastors who condemn racism from God’s House are violating God’s Will as revealed in God’s Inerrant Word of God.

Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) must repent before God for going away from the Holy Bilbe on the issue of racism and attacking God who is a racist and chose one race to be the Chosen Race.

God required racial purity from the Chosen People in the Holy Bible, because God of the Holy Bible is racist.  Racism is not sin in the Holy Bible.  God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

God affirmed the legitimacy of slavery in the New Testament.  This is the Word of God for the People of God.  Southern Baptist Church serves the World, rather than God.

The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) opposes God in their vote against racism.

They should be concerned about what God is concerned about, and not what the world is concerned about.

The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) and its  attack on racism shows that it is very far away from the God of the Holy Bible.

Every Baptist preacher who ever preached a sermon against racism must repent, for the Kingdom of God is near!

Follow the inerrant Word of God!  This is the Will of God!

Are Christian pastors who condemn racism from the pulpit but not homosexuality false teachers?

Christian pastors who do not condemn homosexuality from the pulpit on Sunday mornings are not good servants of Jesus Christ.  Both the New Testament and the Old Testament explicitly call for exclusion of homosexuals from the assembly of the believers (excommunication, capital punishment, etc.).  A true Christian pastor wil preach against homosexuals on Sunday mornings as St. Paul did in his sermons.

A Christian pastor who condemns racism from the Sunday pulpit is in the wrong.  Racism is not sin, so singling out racism to target from the Sunday pulpit preaching is against God’s Will.  God chose one race to be a special race, and this is clearly a racist act by any definition of racism. God is a racist.  Jesus Christ explicitly called Jewish race superior to Samaritan race or Syro-Phoenician race.  Jesus Christ is a racist by any definition of racism in any discipline.  Jesus Christ never condemned racism during His ministry.  It is important to submit to the Word of God, whether you like it or not.

Is it against God’s will to preach against racism?

Yes, God does not want Christian pastors to preach against racism from the pulpit in the House of God, which is the Christian church.

God does not consider all races as equal.  This is very clear in the Holy Bible.  God chose one race to be the Chosen Race.  This shows God’s fundamental position that all races are not equal, and that is what God wants.

If God wants racial equality, then God would never have chosen one race to be the Chosen Race.  God is same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.  God does not want racial equality in the world.

Whatever your personal feelings about race or equality, it is important to know the truth that God does not consider all races as equal.  More importantly, God does not want all races to be equal.   This is self-evident in the New Testament as well as in the Old Testament.

The New Testament emphasizes that God chose one race (one nation), which is Israel, as the Chosen People (race).

All human beings go to Adam and Eve, but races became distinguished with ancestral fathers, so that Isaac became the ancestor father to the Israelites (Jews) and Ishmael became the ancestral father to Arabs, and so on.

God chose one race, the race that was created through the ancestral father of Isaac, Abraham’s son, because God does not oppose racial inequality, or racism.

It is wrong for Christian pastors to preach against racism from the pulpit because Jesus Christ and the Apostles never ever preached against racism, even though there was a lot of racism during the life time of Jesus Christ and in the New Testament world.

This is because God does not oppose racism.  God supports a racist system in the world in which one race is chosen and made special over and against other races.  This is what God wants in the world:  God wants races to be unequal.

It is difficult to humble oneself to the Word of God and submit to God’s will, and that is why many so-called Christian preachers and TV evangelists end up loving the world and falling away into the world.

 

Who is your “neighbor”?

People usually read the Bible story of the “Good Samaritan” and forget some important details regarding Jesus Christ’s teaching on who your neighbor is.

Here is the Bible passage:

Luke 10:25-37 New International Version (NIV)

The Parable of the Good Samaritan

25 On one occasion an expert in the law stood up to test Jesus. “Teacher,” he asked, “what must I do to inherit eternal life?”

26 “What is written in the Law?” he replied. “How do you read it?”

27 He answered, “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’[a]; and, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b]

28 “You have answered correctly,” Jesus replied. “Do this and you will live.”

29 But he wanted to justify himself, so he asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?”

30 In reply Jesus said: “A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, when he was attacked by robbers. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him and went away, leaving him half dead. 31 A priest happened to be going down the same road, and when he saw the man, he passed by on the other side. 32 So too, a Levite, when he came to the place and saw him, passed by on the other side. 33 But a Samaritan, as he traveled, came where the man was; and when he saw him, he took pity on him. 34 He went to him and bandaged his wounds, pouring on oil and wine. Then he put the man on his own donkey, brought him to an inn and took care of him. 35 The next day he took out two denarii[c] and gave them to the innkeeper. ‘Look after him,’ he said, ‘and when I return, I will reimburse you for any extra expense you may have.’

36 “Which of these three do you think was a neighbor to the man who fell into the hands of robbers?”

37 The expert in the law replied, “The one who had mercy on him.”

Jesus told him, “Go and do likewise.”

There are some important points that you must keep in mind as you read this story:

(1) Jesus Christ identified the Jerusalem Temple priest as not being “your neighbor”.  It was Jesus Christ’s way of attacking the priests as corrupt and not representing the true message of God.  In a way, Jesus Christ was attacking what the Jerusalem Temple itself stood for.

(2) Jesus Christ identified the Levites as not being “your neighbor”.  This is significant because the Levites represent the holy tribe among the Israelites.  This was a way for Christ to reject the Israelites as God’s chosen people.

(3) Jesus Christ identifies the Samaritan as “your neighbor”.  Samaritans were not the Chosen People of God.  They were rejected by Israelites.  Thus, Jesus was indicating that Israelites (Jews) are no longer the Chosen People of God, but rather those who do the will of God in Heaven.

Jesus Christ clearly emphasizes this principle that doing the will of God makes you a part of the people of God when Jesus Christ talked about who His mother and brothers were in Matthew 12:49-50:

Pointing to His disciples, He said, “Here are My mother and My brothers. For whoever does the will of My Father in heaven is My brother and sister and mother.

It does not matter how you were born.  What matters to God is that you do the Will of God.  That’s what makes you a child of God.

Likewise, your neighbor is the one who helps you when you are in need.  When a Christian is suffering, sometimes other Christians look the other way and ignore the suffering of a Christian.  They are not being a neighbor to the suffering Christian.

 

 

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.

Is being a racist a sin?

The Bible never states:  “Thy shalt not be a racist”.

In fact, you can consider God a racist, if you see that God chose one race (Israel) to be the Chosen People.  The definition of racism is choosing one race as superior to other races.  God choosing Israel as the Chosen People is, by definition, racist.

You can see that Jesus Christ was a racist in the New Testament.

Jesus Christ says racist things such as calling a Samaritan woman a “dog”, which is clearly racist in nature.  Jesus Christ, in more than one occasion, seems to denigrate Samaritans as an inferior people.

If God fits the modern definition of “racist” and Jesus Christ fits the modern definition of “racist” as considering some races as inferior, then racism cannot be described as sin.

In other words, those who say that racism is a “SIN” are wrong and are not telling the truth, insofar as the Bible is concerned.

God is not opposed to the idea of a Chosen People or a superior race.

What the Bible opposes is hatred.  But one can think that one is superior as a race, without hating other races.

It is important not to put words into God’s mouth.  God never says that racism is sin.  So, you should not, as well!

Can Jews be saved without accepting Jesus Christ as their Savior?

Some Christians think that there is a different way that Jews will be saved – a way that is different from other people. Under this impression, some Christians think of Jews and Israel as special and some even call themselves “Christian Zionists”.  But the Bible is clear.  Everyone, whether Jew or Gentile, are saved by Christ alone. Everyone has to, out of their own free will, accept Jesus Christ as their Savior God and believe that it was the death of Jesus Christ on the cross that redeems them.  Those who do not believe this will not be saved. in other words, anyone who does not believe that Jesus Christ is God and Savior, who died and rose from the death on the cross in order to save humans, will be going to eternal damnation in Hell. Thus, all Jews (and Gentiles!) who do not accept Jesus Christ as their personal Savior God will be spending eternity in everlasting torment, torture, suffering, and unquenchable burning fire.  Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation.  All other religions – Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Janism, etc. – lead to eternal damnation. In John 14:6, Jesus Christ declares:  ““I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father but through Me.” Only Jesus Saves.  Another Christian ministry also has good response to this question; follow this link: http://www.gotquestions.org/Jews-saved.html.  (Note: One point of disagreement with Got Question Ministry is that historically Catholic and Protestant Christians have argued that God rejected Jews as His Chosen People when Jews, according to the Gospels, killed God’s Only Begotten Son Jesus Christ and rejected Him. These Christians point to 70 AD, when Israel was completely destroyed by Roman democracy as proof.  Jews were dispersed for 2,000 years until the founding of the modern state of Israel in 1948.) 

Arch of Titus in Jerusalem