The problem with the Jewish and Israel is that as far as I am concerned they are two separate entities. Western Jews, especially American Jews, are so far up the backside of the Liberal/Feminist/Multi-Cult that they are pretty much my enemy. Ont he other hand I support Israel. Sometimes it hard to balance the two out and sometimes the two do come together and make it hard to separate the two as well. To me though from what I see the American Jews are not really even Jewish. It seems what they support as group goes against what I thought was their ideology. Sometimes makes me wonder if the Jewish faith doesn't have some sort of clause in it that allows them to deceive non-Jews like the Muslims do.
Preppy, I'm with you. I stand firmly with the nation of Israel; however, individuals are ... problematic.
I think God has had similar issues in the past.Babylonian captivity comes to mind.As to Preppy, there was this conversation:http://neoneocon.com/2015/03/24/on-jews-disliking-evangelicals/
I saw a report once on why American Jews think they way they do.The reasons were given as most of them (the liberal ones) aren't really "Jewish" anymore in that their religion plays very little part in their daily lives. Few go to temple, and fewer still know the Torah. Very few of them feel any connection at all to Israel, and don't consider it part of their heritage.The sad thing is, I know a lot of "Christians" who have the same attitudes....
Jim, I think you're spot on - and I agree with you vis-a-vis your remarks about American Christians. Too many are WAY too casual about it - and it's about to get real. I'll explain that in a later post.
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