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General Discussion / Re: Please vote if you are Jewish
« Last post by ChabadKahanist on Today at 04:11:51 PM »
I find the whole New Testicle to be offensive!!
General Discussion / Re: Please vote if you are Jewish
« Last post by Zelhar on Today at 04:05:46 PM »
The depiction from Matthew is very unreliable. To me it an obvious revisionist narrative trying to make the Romans look good and the Jews bad.
I am not going to vote that I find it offending. If Christians today believe that Jews are cursed based on this passage that would be offensive.
General Discussion / US Flag offends people
« Last post by Rubystars on Today at 02:27:03 PM »
Apparently this dance group offended pro-Fakestine people and LGBT people by wearing American flag costumes.
General Discussion / Re: Understanding current anti-Jewish sentiment
« Last post by Rubystars on Today at 02:05:50 PM »
Understanding the current anti-Jewish sentiment

I guess I can understand it.  The mass media is doing it.

Remember when the Russia-Ukraine war?  People smashed Russuan restaurants.

Before that, COVID.  People were attacking any who looks Chinese.

In a previous post, I posted a guy who was cashing in on Jew hatred.  That guy was advocating death as a first and only solution.   Even Hitler kicked out the Jews a first solution.

The media always wants to divide people. It tries to divide wedges between men and women, between racial groups, between religious groups, etc. The governments don't want us standing together in unity to hold them accountable.
General Discussion / Please vote if you are Jewish
« Last post by Hrvatski Noahid on Today at 01:19:33 PM »
"All the people answered, “His blood is on us and on our children!”

I heard a fascinating argument that this New Testament verse is "philo-Semitic and pro-Israel."

If you are Jewish, how do you see it?
Eventually, all Jews will wake up and return to HaShem and the Torah.

The most popular search during the Iranian missile attack on Israel was Tehillim, the book of Psalms - meaning that they were seeking to pray. According to Google Trends, the fourth most popular search on Sunday (the attacks took place after 2:00 am) was Tehillim, while most of those searching entered websites with these holy texts.

Other than that, Israelis were also looking for “news,” and “flights.” Less popular than Tehillim were searches for “The New York Times,” “Bitcoin,” “war,” and Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

One of the popular sites that Israelis went into was, on a specific page that promoted reciting certain portions of Psalms. The fifth most popular search was Psalm 100, known as Mizmor l'Todah in Hebrew.

It is a Psalm of gratitude, celebrated in translations like the King James Version as "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, all ye lands" and in the Book of Common Prayer as "O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands".

Iran launched a significant missile and drone attack against Israel on Sunday, with hundreds of drones and missiles reportedly originating from Iran and other regional sources. Despite the extensive attack, the Iron Dome and other Israeli defense systems effectively intercepted most threats, with limited damage reported.

Young girl injured in Iranian attacks

A young girl was seriously injured in one of the attacks, underscoring the human impact amidst the strategic defenses.

The Book of Psalms, also known as the Psalter, is a collection of 150 hymns and religious songs in the Hebrew Bible, with each section ending in a doxology to praise God. It includes various types of prayers such as hymns of praise, laments, thanksgivings, and royal and wisdom psalms, primarily attributed to King David and other biblical figures, though modern scholars often attribute them to multiple authors over several centuries.

The Psalms serve as a vehicle for prayer, supplication, and reflection, encapsulating a range of emotions and situations that connect the individual and community directly with the divine.

So, there are different interpretations of Matthew 27:25? 

"All the people answered, “His blood is on us and on our children!”

Do you want me to start a poll asking our Jewish members how they interpret it?

Yes there are different interpretations of that. Absolutely... just as I've tried to tell you there are. I understand why many take issue with it because they only see the one. What you need to understand is that in the USA most Christians that I've encountered are philo-Semitic and pro-Israel. I feel like being anti-Semitic rejects the Bible in general because not only did the Bible originate from Jewish people, but Jesus himself was Jewish and besides that, every human on earth is made in God's Image so hating one race or another is like hating God because we all reflect God's Image regardless of our ancestry. Each human being is a unique design and each human child is a gift and a blessing. To hate any group of people as a whole is to hate God.
General Discussion / Re: O.J. Simpson literally got away with murder
« Last post by cjd on Today at 08:03:18 AM »
I don't understand how they were able to move to a white hating jurisdiction and only approve Juries that belong to very specific demographics.
I think the state prosecution team made a good dog and pony show pretending to actively go after Simpson for murder, but it was far simpler for him to be found not guilty... The burning and looting if Simpson were found guilty would have been off the charts. 
General Discussion / Re: Israel under renewed attack
« Last post by cjd on April 13, 2024, 09:34:28 PM »
Wait a minute.  Why is Israel allowing this?  I find it hard to believe that a bunch of cavemen pulled one over on Israel.....again.
Israel is allowing this against their better interests in order to appease the White House,  the evil U.N and off kilter world opinion... In my opinion "Time is a wasting" Israel should have been the attacker and not the attacked in this go round... They knew it was coming.
All I'm trying to let you know is that there ARE different ways people interpret these things and not all of them are anti-Semitic. Most American Christians I've met are not at all anti-Semitic and quite the opposite in fact, and yet these same people are very sincere, committed Christians. They believe in supporting Israel and such as well. When Chaim was in prison and he was starving because they wouldn't give him kosher food, a Christian senator named Jesse Helms stepped in and got him food.

Your experience with Christianity and my experience with it are two completely different things. I'm sorry that you got exposed only to the bad people who lay claim to it.

So, there are different interpretations of Matthew 27:25? 

"All the people answered, “His blood is on us and on our children!”

Do you want me to start a poll asking our Jewish members how they interpret it?
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