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Letter to the editor: Try the New

Try the new

To the editor:

Pastor Jerry: Your opening question, “Do I accept the New portion”…proves my accusation that hate for the Jew is the foundation of churches. Should not the question be the Bible, Old and New?

Christendom teaches the Old portion is for Jews. The New portion is for good Gentile “Christians.” Common sense is void in the churches and replaced by laziness, hate and superstitions. The Bible is a book…start at page one chapter one…Genesis. Churches fear teaching the forbidden and hated Jew portion of the Bible. This makes church people ignorant of Bible truth.

Churches confuse their customers by starting in the New portion. Church goers righteously yell “New only for us!” You don’t even start at the beginning of the New. Straight to the second, most difficult book of the New…John. To teach? Or to confuse and control minds? The hate and deceiving continues. Christendom spins the “spiritual” loftiness of the New into “believable” superstitions. “In the beginning was the word and the word was…” You ask me… “in its original language?” “Word” is Logos in Greek. It expresses the divine intention, mind or purpose. Logos is not “Jesus.”

Either you’re lying or ignorant of the “original language.” Church goers lie to themselves, claiming they understand the dishonest “interpretation” of this passage.

Dare ask “a believer” to explain it and you will witness such ignorance, anger, frustration and hate. Church love?

Read why the churches don’t start from the beginning of the New. Possibly more Jew hate? Matthew 1:1, “The lineage of Yahshua, the son of Abraham, the son of David.” Oh no! Two Jews. These two Jews are truth’s foundation. Without complete Bible knowledge of these two Jewish men, Yahshua becomes a mysterious superstitious freak as you have made him. Do you accept the New, pastor? Romans 15, “I Paul say that Yahshua was a minister … for the truth of God to confirm the promises made to the Fathers.”

The promises begin in Genesis. Yahshua begins teaching from Genesis. Luke 24, “And beginning at Moses and all the prophets, Yahshua expounded unto them in all the scriptures the things concerning himself.” “All the scriptures” is the Old. “They said one to another did not our heart burn within us, while he talked with us … and opened to us the scriptures?” Want John? John 4, “Salvation is of the Jews.”

Next letter will respond to your deception of “upon this rock” passage.

Gary Fischer, The Dalles


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