Chuck Carlson of We Hold These Truths contends that the US war policy is obvious and transparent, but is hidden from us in the confusion created by respected media, like the Financial Times of London, that allow us to be puzzled by the obvious. Why is US policy deliberately widening the 26-year old war in the Middle East? Find out in this dynamite, 15 minute program. (Related article: here)
Members of the vigil team from We Hold These Truths greeted messengers to the 2017 annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), held in Phoenix, Arizona. The vigilers were armed only with signs like "Choose Life, Not War," "Blessed Are The Peacemakers," "Where Are The Peacemakers?" and "No More Wars For Israel," and two fliers: "Choose Life Not War" and "Does The Bible Require Followers of Jesus to Support the Jewish State of Israel?" After over 200 vigils around the country, in terms of people engaged and fliers distributed, this vigil turned out to be one of our most effective ones, since we started them in Nov. 2002 at the First Southern Baptist Church of Scottsdale [AZ]. Listen to our report about the vigil and find out if we can argue a case for Divine Providence when we encountered Dr. Russell Moore, President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the SBC, at the First Southern Baptist Church of Scottsdale, where he gave the sermon on the Sunday before the start of the annual meeting. We told Dr. Moore, after his excellent sermon, that we hope that the SBC becomes part of the turning as described in our award winning documentary, Christian Zionism: The Tragedy & The Turning, Part I. We told Dr. Moore that he had to watch our documentary to understand what we mean by the "turning". Hold onto your hats when listening to this 31 minute podcast.
Many Christians, especially Christian Zionists, believe that the religion of Judaism today is the same as was the religion of the Israelites of the Old Testament, except there are no animal sacrifices now. We Hold These Truths' Craig Hanson does an excellent job delving into the subject and analyzing Michael Hoffman's book, "Judaism's Strange Gods." In the book, Christian scholar Michael Hoffman documents his provocative thesis that Judaism is not the religion of the Old Testament, but the newly formalized belief system of the Pharisees, which arose in Babylon with the commitment of the formally, oral traditions of the elders to writing, in the wake of the crucifixion of Israels Messiah and the destruction of the Temple. Basing his findings on authoritative Judaic sources, Hoffman demonstrates that Judaism is a man-made religion of tradition and superstition, which represents the institutionalized nullification of Biblical law and doctrine. Liberating the reader from the accumulated shackles of decades of misinformation, this book that shows that Judaism's god is not the God of Israel, but the strange gods of Talmud and Kabbalah, and the racial self-worship they inculcate. (23 minutes)