Approximately four years ago (July 13, 2010, to be exact) I wrote an article posted by Jewish Israel about dealing effectively with missionaries entitled The Good, The Bad, and the Hagee
One Stuart Federow, on that date (at 5:21pm, to be exact) replied, with typical chic intelligence, “It is stupid and self-defeating to not accept and to not promote John Hagee and his organization, CUFI, simply because they believe in their version of the End Of Times.“
To which Jewish Israel replied, “Stuart…It would be ‘stupid and self-defeating’ not to consider the costs involved in a no-holds-barred relationship with the magnanimous mega-preacher. At the very least a policy of ‘respect and suspect’ is called for.”
Then, again, two years later, on April 17, 2012, I wrote another article posted by Jewish Israel entitled How To Serve Your Grandchildren, in which I stated:
“Make no mistake, you Rabbis, journalists and politicos who think you are playing the Christians, especially the born-again, missionary types, for suckers. They know exactly what they are doing and are willing to ‘be all things to all men, if, by all means, they can save some.’ If they can’t save you, they may save your children. One thing is certain. If you don’t wise-up, they will certainly save your grand children.”
Then I read an article, posted on July 29, 2014, by JI in response to the statement made by some apikorus named Michael Decker that “A government that relies on the global support of evangelical Christians has an Interior Ministry that…is fighting tooth and nail against Jews who believe in Jesus from becoming citizens.”
JI replied, “There is more than a hint of strings attached in that loaded paragraph. It seems that in exchange for support for the Jewish State, certain evangelical Christians are expecting citizenship, and a spiritual stake in Israel, in return. And they will craftily turn the letter of the law upside down in order to accomplish their goals."
Then added, "Israel, you have been warned.”
MORE THAN A HINT OF STRINGS ATTACHED?! Can you say u-n-d-e-r-s-t-a-t-e-m-e-n-t?
Good grief! How many warnings does Israel need, and how severe will those warnings need to be? Since the plain statements in the T”N”K about the effects and consequences of modycoddleing idolaters have been marginalized as religious extremism, nothing remains by which to accomplish the task of exposing the State’s self-extermination policy but the obvious case of its present foolishness?
Go ahead, Stu. et al, ply us with more wisdom.
(Oh, would you like fries with those grandchildren?)