The Gospels of Jesus Christ accuses Israel as a Jewish nation that killed Jesus Christ. Official ruling and governent bodies, such as King Herod, tried to kill Jesus Christ, soon after He was born.
But also the Supreme Court of Israel, the Sanhedrin, ordered the death of Jesus Christ by using Jewish Law. This was an official court proceedings through the judicial system of Israel.
The Gospels is clear that Jesus Christ opposed the Jerusalem Temple and the Jewish nation of Israel. By His example, Jesus Christ taught that Christians MUST oppose the Jewish nation of Israel and support Christ the King who rejected the Jewish nation of Israel.
It is absolutely wrong for Christians in all Christian denominations to support the secular Jewish nation of Israel, because it is against the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Yes, philo-Semites are enemies of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, because the Gespel of Jesus Christ is anti-Jewish and anti-Semitic.
Jesus Christ attacked Judaism and Jewish leaders constantly in the Gospels of Jesus Christ. Attacking Judaism and Jewish political and religious leaders is important to the Christian Gospel.
It is important for born-again Christians to be anti-Semitic and take pride in their Gospel-centered anti-Semitism, which Jesus Christ Himself practiced.
It is the Supreme Court of Israel (Sanhedrin) that sentenced Jesus Christ to death because Jesus Christ claimed to be God. The Gospel of Jesus Christ is hated by Jews because the Gospel of Jesus Christ is anti-Semitic.
Christians should embrace anti-Semitism as a very important part of the Christian Gospel. In other words, you cannot separate the Gospel of Jesus Christ from its anti-Semitic message!
Any Christian preacher or Christian evangelist who is philo-Semitic should NOT be seen as a true servant of the Gospel of Jesus Christ! The Holy Bible is the Word of God!
You must leave your church if your pastor is philo-Semitic and stands against the anti-Semitic spirit of the Gospel of Jesus Christ as evident in the New Testament in the Holy Bible.
Recently, there were elections in Holland. Anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders became number two winner of the elections with his political party adding more than 10 seats to Dutch Parliament (equivalent to US Congress).
Geert Wilders says that Islam is evil. But is Islam more evil than Judaism?
No, Judaism is far more evil than Islam for Christianity because Jews killed Jesus Christ, and this is a fact that is emphasized in the New Testament.
It is the Jewish Supreme Court (the Sanhedrin) that imposed the death penalty on Jesus Christ for opposing Judaism.
According to historical Christianity, there is no religion in the world that is more evil than Judaism. That is why, every year, in the weeks leading to Easter, all Christians in four corners of the world read Gospel accounts showing how Jews plotted to kill Jesus Christ and ultimately the Sanhedrin, the Jewish Supreme Court, succeeded in issuing a death penalty for Christ.
It is important not to forget the facts about the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. You owe it to Jesus Christ to remember the truth as enumerated in the New Testament.
Book of Acts emphasizes the need for Christian churches to remember that it was the Jews that killed Jesus Christ. The Speech of St. Stephen is clear on this point. For the Early Church, Judaism was far more evil than Roman paganism, because it was Judaism that killed Jesus Christ.
Christian theologians and Christian preachers must not make alliances with leaders of Judaism or with the Jews who do not acknowledge that Jesus Christ is God and Savior.
Every Christian leader who embraces Judaism is a traitor to the Christian faith acknowledging Jesus Christ as God and the LORD of the world.
Islam may be a false religion. But it is Gospel Truth that Jews killed Jesus Christ. In other words, if you suppress the truth that Jews killed Jesus Christ, then you are not preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
All four Gospels emphasize that Jews killed Christ, because this fact is a fundamental truth of the Gospel that must be emphasized.