Thursday, May 19, 2011

Porter Brings Religious Right Leaders, Dominionists And Prophets Together For Israel

by Right Wing Watch 

Janet Porter of Faith2Action has started a new website,, and has managed to gather a whole host of names for a Wall Street Journal ad condemning President Obama’s handling of the Israeli-Palestinian crisis.

Porter, who last week blamed the deadly tornadoes in the South on Obama’s approach to Israel and legal abortion, garnered signatures from Religious Right luminaries like Mike Huckabee, James Dobson, Lou Sheldon, Mat Staver, Tim Wildmon, and Roy Moore, along with dominionists like herself such as Jerry Boykin and Rick Scarborough, and New Apostolic Reformation ‘prophets’ like Rick Joyner, Che Ahn, Mike Bickle, and Chuck Pierce. Other prominent Religious Right signatories include Gordon Klingenschmitt, Don Feder, Rob Shenck and Paul Blair.

Many Christian Right leaders believe that Israel must refuse territorial compromise and a two-state solution in order to accelerate the End Times. The ad warns, “We believe Israel's ancient prophets who warned of dire consequences to any nation who would divide your land.”

Porter sent Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu 10,000 yellow roses to protest Obama’s “horrendous treatment” of Netanyahu, and Glenn Beck recently announced that he will hold a rally in Jerusalem to fight against the two-state solution.

View the ad here [pdf]:

Comment: Jews tell Zionist-Christians that when God said to Abraham, “I will bless those who bless thee,” and that He would withhold His blessings upon Christians unless they support Israel! This is unbiblical! Are Christians to bless the blasphemers of Jesus Christ?

Why do you think this group of Dominionists have aligned themselves with a nation they know is hell-bound? When you think about it, their dispensationalist scenario ends badly for the Jews -- since those who remain unconverted are sent to hell while believers enjoy a thousand years of peace on earth.

Dispensational premillennialism traces its roots back to the 1830s and John Nelson Darby, who generally held that Israel and the Church are distinct entities. This view of eschatology was propagated largely through the Scofield Reference Bible and onto Christian colleges and seminaries for generations. The pretrib rapture and the view of Israel and the Church were quite different prior to this point. Also, both of these men lack credibility, since they were involved in Freemasonry, whose ultimate goal it is to rebuild the Temple - the future seat of the Antichrist/world dictator - and unify all the religions of the world.

The problems in Israel are only a smokescreen, so as to have Christians take their eye off of the true Israel. 

I am in no way hate Jews. I pray that many of them will find Christ before it's too late. I'm just saying that we should challenge the traditional Evangelical interpretation of Scripture.