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Archive for December 5th, 2007

Christian Anti-Semitism in Sermon Topic Library

Posted by Henric C. Jensen on December 5, 2007


Many years ago a small Jewish boy asked his father, “Why must we surrender our Jewish faith and start to attend Lutheran services here in Germany’

 

The father replied, “Son, we must abandon our faith so that people will accept us and support our business adventures!”

 

The young lad never got over his disappointment and bitterness. His faith in his father and in his religion were crushed. When the lad left Germany he went to England to study at the British Museum where he formed his philosophies for life. From those intensive investigations he wrote a book that changed the world called, “The Communist Manifesto.

 

From that book one-third of the world fell under the spell of Marxist-Lenist ideology. The name of that little boy was Karl Marx. He influenced billions into a stream that for 70 years ruined, imprisoned and confused many lives. Today, that system of thinking is crumbling, but only after people got a good look at its tragic consequences. The influence of this father’s hypocrisy multiplied in infamy. Without godly faith, all of us are subject to distortions in our perspectives. From NETBible Sermon Illustrations

Why a Jewish father? Why not a Christian father in China or on Cuba? Because this Story contains two elements that are considered typical for Jews, according to antisemitic doctrine: “Jews will do anything to save their miserable lives and Jews will sell their loyalties for money.”

It really doesn’t matter that the pointer is about distortions and hypocrisy, when the idea is arrived at through distortions and hypocrisy.

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