My Pastor Says…
This will not apply to all Western Christian pastors and teachers, but it applies to many, and maybe even most.
My pastor says this web site is full of lies!
There is an old saying: if you ever want to know what someone worships, just find what they adamantly defend and will not let you criticize. In many Western Christian churches, to criticize modern Israel, and or Jews, is akin to blaspheming God Himself.
In the Western Christian Church, Israel and to a lesser degree Jews and Judaism, have become a "sacred idol" where almost anything spoken against them, even when 100% provable, is immediately rejected; and quite often no further discussion is even allowed. In so doing we have created our own Christian political correctness where truth, in regards to Jews, Judaism, or Israel, is now silenced by the same people who claim to hold truth and the Bible as their ultimate standard.
Today many Christian pastors and teachers have become like the Jewish Pharisee's of the Bible, or the prideful Christian leaders of the Middle Ages (or even to some degree like a modern cult leader), who considered themselves the spiritual elite and therefore the only ones who could interpret, discern, and convey God's Truth. And as Jesus said regarding the Pharisee's, they "have seated themselves in the chair of Moses" (Matthew 23:2).
A Christian pastor should be respected, especially in today's evil world, but a pastor is not the head of God's Church, Jesus is. Moreover, the term pastor is only mentioned once in the entire New Testament, and then as only one part of the body of Christ (Eph. 4:11-12). Therefore, to put it in modern terms, a pastor should be considered similar to a club president (of a club of Christian believers) and not the final authority of God's truth. In Matthew 23:8 God's Word warns all of us, and this includes pastors, not to consider ourselves as "final authority" teachers. Yes we all can, and should be, teachers to one another, but none of us are ever to be considered as an absolute Biblical authority teacher in all areas of God's Truth.
Biblically, a pastor is called, symbolically, to be an overseer or a shepherd, not a veterinarian, but we often expect them to know everything Biblical or spiritual and never to get anything wrong. That is an unfair burden that no pastor can ever totally live up to. Therefore today's Christian pastors can be, and often are, wrong in their teachings, and especially when regarding Biblical and modern Jews.
As a shepherd a pastor is to oversee a flock (a congregation) and help to direct it to healthy spiritual food, but in the Western Christian Church far too many are ignorantly directing their flock to respect, and embrace, the Jewish, Jesus rejecting, antichrist food of Satan. Therefore our nations (and the world) have been reaping the consequences. The once dominate Christian influence, of the Western nations, has gradually disappeared as our shepherds began to teach us to worship modern Israel, Jews and Judaism. As God's Word says in Jeremiah 12:10; "Many shepherds have ruined my vineyard, they have trampled down my field; they have made my pleasant field a desolate wilderness." And again in Jeremiah 23:1, "Woe to the shepherds who are destroying and scattering the sheep of my pasture....." ............. Note: Lest you think that is unfair, or too critical, then take another look at the declining influence of the Christian Church in our nation; as documented on page 24.
Therefore, for someone to claim that what is presented in this web site is nothing but a lie, is an ignorant statement, by people who refuse to examine the facts, and therefore is itself a lie. Furthermore, no one has yet accurately refuted the facts presented here... except for a few minor points that we gladly corrected.
So the question every Christian needs to answer is:
In regards to Spiritual Truth, who, what, or even where, do you find your Truth? Or to state it another way, what do you consider as your ultimate authority in regards to Biblical or spiritual Truth?
Is it your local church pastor, some well known celebrity pastor, a Christian author, a celebrity televangelist, a Priest, a Rabbi, who, or what?
Hopefully your answer is none of those choices as no human should ever be the final authority for any truth seeking Christian. It should be God's word the Bible along with the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Yes we do learn from one another and through those who God has given the gifts of knowledge, wisdom, teaching, etc., but no human should ever be a Christian's final authority.
In regards to God's Truth, there is no human "final authority Moses," as in the Old Testament, through whom God speaks to us today.
Moreover, again, as recorded in Matthew 23:2, Jesus said this regarding the pompous, self-righteous, Jewish religious leaders: "The scribes and the Pharisees have seated themselves in the chair of Moses." .......... Furthermore, let us not forget that Isaiah 2:22 gives us this command: "Stop regarding man, whose breath of life is in his nostrils; For why should he be esteemed?"
Therefore we must always do what God has commanded us to do; that is to examine everything carefully, 1 Thessalonians 5:21.
If the evidence shows something to be true, but your chosen spiritual leader disagrees, you need to find out why. Then if scriptural and historical evidence shows that your human teacher is wrong, you must stand up for Truth and discard that part of their teaching as erroneous. Moreover, and if they will accept it, also show them their error. Remember, no pastor, or any Christian teacher, is above any other Christian brother or sister. There is no rank structure in Christianity, we are all equal in God's eyes. ...... As a scriptural reminder; even the apostle Peter did not consider himself above a pagan when he told the Roman Centurion "stand up, I too am just a man." (Acts 10:25-26).
Therefore, the next question a Christian needs to answer is: are you willing to walk with God in Truth, or is the approval of your Christian peers, and/or your chosen spiritual leader(s), more important than walking in God's Truth?
Sadly, too many Christians say they will follow God's Truth no matter what, but their actions show the opposite. They are more concerned with staying in agreement with their peers and saying the same things as their chosen human spiritual leaders. In so doing they are living their Christian lives, in many ways, like those deceived by the cults.
So, the last question is:
Are you going to be like those in Berea, or Thessalonica ? ...… Acts 17:11 says: "Now these (Berea's) were more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica, for they received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see whether these things were so".
Therefore in regards to what is presented in this web site, if you are a Christian who cares to walk with God in truth, you must do what God has commanded you to do; that is: examine everything here carefully and firmly hold onto that which is true. This command also applies to pastors and teachers.
A warning message, in God's Word, to pastors and teachers:
“Cursed be the one who does the Lord’s work negligently, ............" Jeremiah 48:10)
"Pay close attention to yourself and to your teaching; persevere in these things, for as you do this you will ensure salvation both for yourself and for those who hear you." (1 Timothy 4:16)
In Malachi 2:7-8, God condemns Israel's religious leaders for teaching lies.
“For the lips of a priest ought to preserve knowledge, because he is the messenger of the Lord Almighty and people seek instruction from his mouth. But you have turned from the way and by your teaching have caused many to stumble; ..................."
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