Christian Zionism vs The Bible


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One Response to Christian Zionism vs The Bible

  1. rutnerh says:

    To me as a rationally grounded industrial scientist and dispensational biblicist by avocation, the answer is ultimately yes to both the Holy Land and protection of the Jews, both exclusively promised to the Jews under unconditional covenants made by the Creator and Landlord of the universe and all therein…….but not yet while still in the diaspora for violating or disobeying the conditional Mosaic covenant and for rejecting the Seed, Jesus, promised exclusively to Abraham through Isaac and Jacob. Ishmael and his descendants are wild men, literally so to this date, excluded from this blessing (Gen 16;12; Gen 17;20-21). There is no mention in the Bible of the descendants of Ishmael ever entitled to any Palestinian land, formerly known as Judea and Samaria, including Jerusalem, Politically unbiased earlier Merriam Webster dictionaries define Jerusalem as site of Mount Zion, the city of God, as of BC 1000 starting with King David or now for 3000 y the capital of ancient Israel. Much of the Holy Land and Jerusalem regrettably have been occupied by alien invaders and now squatters, actually Islamic fake Palestinians. The multitude of Ishmaelites along with the intermarried descendants of Esau, Isaac’s first born who sold his birth right to Jacob, formed the Edomites living further south.
    Bottom line: the Jews are the true Palestinians since AD 150 when the vengeful Roman victors sought to blot out the memory of Judea and Samaria by renaming these Jewish lands, Palestina. No other nation in the world can claim a similar divine title to the land they now or ever will occupy.

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