Thursday, August 02, 2007

Evangelicals seduced by lying visions of two-state solution

Ruth Matar of Women For Israel's Tomorrow (Women in Green) sighed and cried:

Last Monday, July 30th, I experienced a most painful shock when I read the Jerusalem Post of that date. A major headline stated: "EVANGELICALS' LETTER SUPPORTS TWO-STATE SOLUTION".

The Jerusalem Post had a short summary of the letter entitled: "Open Letter to President Bush from Evangelical Leaders", published in the New York Times on July 29, 2007.

The letter, signed by several dozen Evangelical Clergy and activists urged the Bush Administration not to "grow weary" in its attempt to negotiate a "lasting peace" in the region.

Dear Ruth,
Clearly those "Evangelicals" have been seduced by the lying visions of a "two state solution" promoted by false prophets of peace. They don't represent Bible-believing Christians who continue to believe as follows:
Christian Zionists believe and support the fulfillment of the many prophecies that foretold the restoration of Jews from all over the world to the Promised Land of Israel.

Christian Zionists oppose those who would seek to undermine or destroy the Jewish Homeland for the myth of Palestine that is against the Word and Will of God.

Christian Zionists put many Jews and Israelis to shame, especially those who remain in a self-imposed exile contrary to the clear teachings of Judaism and those like Shimon Peres who are out in left field and would surrender Jerusalem to sworn enemies if the price is right.

Thankfully, the Two Witnesses (in the spirit of Elijah) will comfort captive Israel and Judah who will be humbled by the Time of Jacob's Trouble/the Great Tribulation (which includes Jerusalem's occupation for 3 1/2 years) and be prepared to receive Yeshua, Israel's King.
For Zion's sake,
David Ben-Ariel

David Ben-Ariel is a Christian-Zionist writer and author of Beyond Babylon: Europe's Rise and Fall. With a focus on the Middle East and Jerusalem, his analytical articles help others improve their understanding of that troubled region. Check out the Beyond Babylon blog.

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