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Letter to the Editor: Doctrine of hate

— Doctrine of hate

To the editor:

Pastor Jerry. The manner in which you use the “upon this rock” passage to teach that the church is built on the “name” Jesus exposes that Jew hate foundation of Christendom.

All church doctrines are manufactured from this Jew hate.

Church lies may be exposed by simply reading the chapter containing the “trick” passage.

Pastor your church doctrines, which are based on Jew hate, appear true because you deceitfully avoid reading all the verses. Catholics use this passage as proof that Peter is the “cornerstone” of the church and the church is being built on him. Two different “interpretations?” Two truths? Teaching that the church is built on the “name” Jesus is simple Jew hate. Why? You are focusing on verse 18. You leave out the “key” passage. Here’s the 16th passage which reveals truth. Yahshua asks Peter, “Whom say ye that I am?” Peter answers, “Thou art the Christ, the son of the living God.” Like the Catholic you deliberately leave out the “Christ” part. Yahshua born of a woman was like all men.

It’s the title Christ that makes him unique. Christ is Greek for anointed. Anointed in Hebrew is Messiah. This is what the man Yahshua was building his “ecclesia” upon, the Messiah rock. Messiah is all Jewish. Messiah shall return to Israel when Christendom attempts to finally annihilate the Jew. Messiah actually destroys Christendom, corrects the Jews and chastens the Arabs. Messiah establishes Israel from the Nile River to the Euphrates as the first kingdom of the nations and becomes their king. Messiah thus fulfills the promises to Abraham and David.

Church customers will not pay your salary to hear about “this Jewish Jesus.” You write that “the foundation was all Jewish,” but don’t preach it.

Christendom has swapped out the Jewish truth and replaced it with pagan superstitions. At his birth the wise men asked, “Where is he that is born King of the Jews?” The sign on the execution stake was in Hebrew, Latin and Greek and read “Yahshua King of the Jews.”

When has Messiah been king of the Jews? Never. Yet. Psalms: “Yet have I set my king upon my holy hill of Zion.” When? Psalms: “When the Lord shall build up Zion, he shall appear in his glory.” Israel is being built up right in front of Christendom’s hateful eyes. Next letter will explain the Jew hate church teaching that dominates our society.

Gary Fischer

The Dalles


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