28 May 2017

Christians Just Gotta "Save" Jews!

Sivan 5777
Day 48 of the Omer

You have to hear it to believe it. Jews just don't get it.

This is why Rabbi Melamed never should have asked Tommy Waller if he wanted to convert Jews to Christianity. What Pastor Biltz is saying doesn't sound so different from what Jeremy Gimpel said. See, they're assimilating already!

So, who is this Lars Enarson who is on the tour itinerary for Shavuot? He is a teacher that Tommy Waller follows. But, what is his interest in the Jews?


  1. Hard, really hard to believe that 'real' Jews are falling for all this. If there are so many, c'v, then they are most likely from the Erev Rav within our midst. Birur. They are all exposing themselves for who they really are anf for the world to see who the real Jews are and who the ErevRav within our people are. The true Jews will be saved. The Vilna Gaon predicted that they will be our worst enemies.


  2. Excuse my language but nobody should give a crap what the guy thinks in the first video. Second any Jew who has any doubt or think these people don't want to harm you in Ki Tavo it is written (Gematria) that Christianity is idolatry JC's name is spelled out. End of story. Hold on to HaShem and repeat the 13 principal of our faith, HaShem is putting a big test in front of us seeing who is really with Him.. When Moshiach is revealed these people won't exist anymore, may it be soon...

  3. Awful, just plain awful, they want Jewish SOULS. Almost as pests as the Palestinians who want Jewish BODIES. A repeat of our history. HAShem wants the Jews to choose HASHEM.

  4. http://religiondispatches.org/what-do-we-mean-by-judeo-christian/

    For Maimonides, the 12th-century rabbinic scholar and one of the most important figures in the history of Judaism, there was no possibility of a “Judeo-Christian tradition.” Christianity, in his understanding may have had a positive function in world history insofar as it brought monotheism to the pagan world, but for Jews Christian ritual was a form of idolatry. “The Christian peoples, in all of their varied sects, are worshipping idols and their holidays are forbidden to us,” he wrote, while Islam, though a “mistaken” religion in his view, is monotheistic, and thus cannot be construed as idolatrous.

    Almost 900 years later Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, the early 20th-century thinker respected by most Orthodox Jews and revered by Religious Zionists, had similar sentiments. Like Maimonides, Kook saw Christianity as akin to idolatry, writing that “with Christianity and its concepts one should share nothing, not even what seems good or beneficial… It is only by distancing oneself from Christian concepts, and by implementing the absolute refusal to gain any benefit from that world of ideas, that our own intellects and sense of self will become purer and stronger.”