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Who Won the Israeli Elections?

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Who Won the Israeli Elections?

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The following program is recorded content created by the Truth Network. You know that 13 different parties won seats in Israeli parliament after the last election will try to sort it out right here today. I'm thoroughly juice Thursday for the line of fire with your host activist all the international speaker and theologian Dr. Michael Brown your voice of moral cultural and spiritual revolution Michael Brown is the director of the coalition of conscience and president of fire school of ministry get into the line of fire now by calling 866-34-TRUTH 866-34-TRUTH here again is Dr. Michael Brown, you have your scorecards ready you ready to sort out what happened in the Israeli elections.

The fourth set of national elections in the last two years for think think of it, think of all the emotion all the intensity all the difficulty all the challenge all the national upheaval all the money spent. The advertising the energy invested four times in two years and the outcome remains basically inconclusive welcome friends to thoroughly juice Thursday, this is Michael Brown delighted to be with you and on Thursdays if you just turning in for the first time we we focus on Jewish related subjects on Israel today on Judaism and tradition on Jewish background to the New Testament on prophecies from the Scripture about the Messiah. Those because of things it relates broadly in any way to Judaism and Jewish people Israel today is what we focus on on Thursdays, as believers, followers of Jesus tissue who believe salvation is found only in him and through him for both Jew and Gentile, so if you have any Jewish related question of any kind or pure Jewish listener and you differ with some of our positions. By all means give us a call 866-34-TRUTH 866-34-TRUTH 784 okay so we focus on the elections first in order to form a government in Israel. You need to have 61 out of the 120 seats in the Knesset, the parliament right so this picture Congress in America we have we have 100 seats 120 may Knesset you don't have the equivalent of this the Senate and the House in terms of of apparel. Also 100 seats in the Senate and then all of the seats in the house just have the 120 seats in the parliament, the Knesset, you say okay so whichever candidate wins a majority.

They they can actually don't vote for candidates of both parties. Even though in certain cases the candidate is widely associated with the party ultimately vote for party, not for candidate cell case of the party that gets enough seats of its Republican Party equipment or that they get 70 seats and the Democrats get 50 or the reverse. Then you have a government. The problem is you don't just have a two-party system in terms of votes this year and seats that will one. You have to have a minimum amount of votes to get at least four seats in the Knesset otherwise you'll count over 20 different parties ran proceeds in the Knesset in the selection over 2013 different parties. One seats Benjamin Netanyahu's party, Likud was finally the biggest winner with 30 seats, but that's down from 36 seats in last year's elections a year ago.

The 2020 elections in Israel, so his party dropped from 36 down to 30 but you get it to 61 and he's only 30 right. Let's put up a chart from the Jerusalem Post. Let's take a look at where things stand today, so there were still some votes being counted there 450,000 double steel ballots. The Caymans that's military people receives covert related issues that that hindered voting so those are still being counted, but it seems that nothing will change. In terms of the overall outcome so he could end up with 30 seats if you go down TH a T which means there is a future led by your ear P the up-and-coming is really political leader. They got second place almost 17 it's it's very between 17 and 18 in the counting. If if you look blue-and-white got 868 seats, but they were even or slightly ahead of Likud in the last election. They took in a massive drop from 36 37 down to a so here are all the different parties outbreaks now Likud 30 New Hope 600 tell you which each party stands for a moment, you mean a seven religious Zionist six United Torah Judaism seven Schauss nine Israel pertaining which is Israel. Her home seven blue-and-white eight nicotine 17 merits six labor seven joint list six ROM or UAL seven for those last two being Arab parties and the last one being Islamist and would basically be the equivalent to the Muslim brotherhood today and out of the Muslim brotherhood came most of the major radical Islamist organizations in the world today.

Alright so let's let's break this down. I have an article it's it's on a website Esther to or on Let's break this down until you which parties which they see the form the coalition you need to get 61 seats so who can Likud work with who can Netanyahu recruit to be part of his coalition and can he get to 61 right so let's just break this down a blue-and-white is centrist. Most Israeli parties lean to the right, only a few that really lean strongly to the left most lean towards the right and then some are more right wing, some, or even extreme right-wing ghost would be the ultrareligious parties. In particular, some are more strongly nationalistic than others. Some hold to two state solution with Palestinians their different perspectives, but against 13 different parties is a disorder from the chart 13 different parties now have seats in the Knesset so that means just to understand the concept of this that if if I need to form a coalition Messiah. I got 59 seats between the different groups that will come together form a government with me. So, for each of those groups, each of those parties you make some kind of deal.

Okay you want this you get this. You want that okay you get that we make a deal, but I'm so short I'm so sure now here's a party that will have four seats there.

The smallest, but if I get the moment: if I can get them to join and I get the majority The hangout you have completely different ideologies and views has ago work. I use this analogy to try to illustrate things.

Let's say if you remember back to boys playing baseball on the street you get a bunch of the kids in the neighborhood. Let's play game and one kid comes running the play. He's not a good player. All you do not want him on your team because he's going to miss balls in the field and he's gonna strike out the sitting he's the kid who's got the baseball bats in the balls so you want to play you gotta bring them on your team. So that's often how it is with Israeli politics that sometimes one one party to gets minimal votes they can decide who gets in an accident will go this way or go that way right so let's let's see how this breaks down okay so blue-and-white is a said went down from 33 see section 20 2636 through 733 seats and 27 of the Dylan eight seats you talk about a rapid and and dramatic crop. Now Nisha T.

118 seats so their power player but nowhere near powerful enough to form a coalition yet then it Schauss which is ultra-Orthodox right-wing and representing Sephardi Jews. They 19 seats. That's a strong showing young Mina's right wing nationalist, led by Naftali Bennett. The 176 UT J which stands for United Torah Judaism also ultra-Orthodox, that would be representing more Ashkenazi they 17 seats so far between ultra-Orthodox Jews get 16 seats Israel betaine center right Russian dominated led by Victor Lieberman. There were seven seats labor which is centerleft for many years. They were the main rival to Likud. Not now.

Just shove itself and it was like Likud, labor Republican, the record they were the two powerhouses they just 17 seats ability blue-and-white labor even did better than some expected that some of the faded New Hope center right to write one succeeds joint list which is left-wing, representing three is really Arabs 16 seats merits left-wing 16 seats. The poem the most left-wing Israeli party religious Zionism.

Another ultra-Orthodox party. This kind of breaking through. For the first time right wing they want six seats to think between them and Schauss United Torah Judaism. That's a very very powerful showing then UAL United Arab list, which is also known as ROM, which is Islamist centerleft to left-wing 14 seats so so how do you compute the so here let me let me keep go through my article with you and give you an analogy to help you try to figure out how to relate to this in terms of being here in America.

How you vote no. Will talk about the coalition numbers are right.

So here I give you this scenario you live in America we have four major parties. Remember 13 parties one votes one seats in the Knesset and of over 20 that ran within America adjusted for parties for major parties for number one. Strongly pro-life but they advocate open borders and therefore strict gun control for number two strongly pro-Israel big on secondment rights with their pro-abortion for number three strong on marriage and family, but they oppose LGBT activism also anti-Israel, and the part number four. Excellent the economy, national defense, national security, but radically pro-LGBT, so it which which party gets to vote. That's how Israeli voters need to decide that. Now here's here's the other part with let's let's look at that the coalition in and see how it how it actually works out to scroll down the article, doing the math with the current electrical results right-wing coalition of Likud 30 seats, Schauss nine seats Aminah seven seats UT J7 seats religious Zionism seven seats.

What's that equal 6060. The ER one short civil one is in another right-leaning party joinder coalition.

Nope, they will not work with Netanyahu. This was basically a referendum for them against Netanyahu, they will not work with the tongue of someone else, literally, could they were together form a coalition easily easily. Now here's the other problem. Many of the people that voted for Netanyahu because they they love. His strong stance for security and and Israel's international standing through Netanyahu and these other things they know he's going to make deals with the ultra-Orthodox parties and they will control immigration other things it in the nation at an even try to to push for more religious rules and and more rights for the ultra-Orthodox, for example for the men to just be supported so they can study all day and they will have to serve in the military, etc., is not resentment like no we don't want them governing our nation or sapping our finances to underwrite their religious values so you have that tension there so. On the other side there are not enough votes for the Koshy base to come up with with even less that would work together so the question the big questions being asked. Will Netanyahu work with the leader of the Islamist party.

What meet about a clash of values will he work with them because those form forces would push them over. But then there are others on the coalition save therein, where out so we doesn't leave us at this point.

In conclusion, after four elections in two years and concludes that will impact this more direct file line of fire with your host Dr. Michael Brown get into the minor fire now by calling 866-34-TRUTH here again is Dr. Michael Brown and welcome welcome to the first Thursday on the line of fire off in on Thursdays or phone lines are totally jam with usually the Coast Guard open lines today so by all means give us a call if you have a Jewish related question of any kind, whether it's something we differ with me or you just need more information or you been digging in trying to get answers to your questions, 866-348-7884. Okay so back to the Israeli elections just for one more moment premise. Netanyahu has served as prime minister longer than any prime minister of Israel. Israel's history so since 1948 until today so he's these past previous prime minister's in terms of length of service and is often called Mela King by his supporters knelt from the American viewpoint, especially the American evangelical viewpoint that I know was a hero. He's the man he speaks before Congress and standing ovation.

Send an he's powerful and he's he's the leader that's been raised up for the good of the country within Israel that he's a divisive figure is loved and is hated it in ways similar to a comforter by the way.

Interestingly, both of them married three times the 10 years ago, caught in an adulterous affair and is overcome all those things.

He is a genius politician and in many ways a tremendously strong leader but he has.

He has divided the nation in a unique way because he's been such a powerful leader and he just has a lot of friends and he has a lot of enemies. So ultimately on a certain level even though Likud lost votes from the last time around. From 2020. There were way ahead of the competition last time they were neck and neck with the competition this time way ahead, but they needed to be further ahead than need to be further ahead if if they had just got instead of 30 votes of receipts 32, 33, they could easily form a coalition. They've got the parties boom.

They have the right wing coalition largely dominated by pie ultra right ultra-Orthodox Jews and and they began so the ultimate outcome is that Netanyahu fell short even even though he could say were way ahead of everybody else.

We are 30 to 15, 17, 18 seats they ultimately fall short. That's that's the conclusion that you come to that that with all his campaigning at all the strength he was not able to push things over the line for his party and because of his divisive character. He's under corruption charges. Now he wants laws in place that that is a prime minister could not bring these charges against her mother say he's not fit to be prime minister because the corruption charges of this just a hit scam against him, and so on.

So it's began parallels were were familiar with here. But in any case right now things are inconclusive, which would be May 5 election exhibit I don't get it. Likud and blue-and-white made the agreement to form a coalition government and and Netanyahu would serve couple years and then Goss would serve a couple years many Goss leader blue-and-white that's that was the arrangement they made it well.

One of my Israeli friends told me before we did a few days back this past Sunday.

He said the joke.

It Israel is that many Goss was the only one in Israel think he was actually the service premise.

In other words, everyone figured once Netanyahu is in time to rotate. He's gonna come up with something to collapse the government is never going how he will never give the power over the gods. That's what I because they had the coalition government formed and by the way, from the vantage point here in America.

I was naïve enough to think that it could actually happen. Many within Israel were deeply skeptical and that's why blue-and-white is taken such ahead because they look at Betty Goss is blowing things like here we are strong and and and pushing you form a coalition government in the first of all share with you that you share with me but I go first.

It's it's like who gets to use the car for all use it first you take off and don't come back with the keys so that's why they took such a massive hit from from what 33 seats down to eight is because of that Israel is like no other nation on the planet is that he pray God have your way. SOM how to pray for Scott, have your way. Do what's best in the long term for Israel in the region for your namesake. That's all I pray it is complicated, convoluted, complex white 866-34-TRUTH with that we go to the phones. Let's start with Warren in Worchester, New York. Welcome to the line of fire hi… This question is really more about Passover yet canceled coming up. Yeah, actually I'm weeding through the Exodus account of just reading something that I'm trying to get a handle on.

In Exodus chapter 7 God tells Moses look made you a God to Pharaoh as is the lookout to coating the power but that word Elohim. I am standing is that mean judges in Psalm 82 of this is likely God stands the congregation of God in the midst of judges he will judge the care of elegant just quote and and also in Exodus part of Exodus we see where during civil matters like a person is brought before hot Elohim before the judges so you know been cut, and I'm thinking that will okay well obviously God didn't actually make Moses a God and part and nowhere in Scripture… I don't know of anywhere in Scripture. Is there that that that Pharaoh ever really considered him to be a God but God certainly did use Moses to pronounce judgment.

So I'm wondering if there might be an accurate know it's it's it's it's a great point and I appreciate your reasonings with first for Elohim to not mean God G or gods small G there has to be something really strong in context so Elohim potentially can mean angels in a few passages and then you mentioned the only passages in the Bible. In Exodus, and so many to wear Elohim could potentially mean judges even there it's most likely of gusting in the Council of the gods, small G, which is then transferred over to to earthly judges, but the reason that I wouldn't say I've I've made you a judge first. Its use Elohim there it in its in that form. Not a long singular form, but Elohim that wouldn't work. You know it's become a judges plural in in in in Exodus bring before the judges plural then Elohim works but to speak of is an individual that would be speak of that individual. As as God's that would be the first line against it.

The second thing is if you take a look in all, let's see. In Exodus the fourth chapter where where God is. Is having Aron be his most spokesman because Moses says I can't speak and so on right so Moses and Aaron becomes a a mouth for Moses, and Moses becomes like God's. In other words, God's telling Moses something so it's God to Moses, but now it's Moses to Aron so that sense Aron is is is the mouthpiece, the prophet of Moses and Moses is like the God to to Aron, it would be the same thing here as I've made US God.

To him, so I'm gonna tell you something and you're going to tell him on my behalf carrying my authority so that's that's how it's used in that respect it's it's not not in anything beyond that you are not that Moses would receive worship or adoration recognition, but rather I'm the one declaring something to you on behalf of God.

Therefore, having that function as God to you and and then you have to route by responding to me to Moses you are responding to God. That's that's the way it works out. Think about what backing strongly related to the noted quite well, but I considered aberrant understanding that makes the element to the name of the person, but but that tries to make the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob just one of a plurality of God and though it will just just want to clarify that and is used if you speak of Dr. Heiser's understanding of this we know that there are two different expressions about the uniqueness of God in the Hebrew Bible. One is that that he alone exists in the category of deity right there is no God other than God, and you have that for example in Isaiah 40 through 48. You have other passages that say that there is no God like him like an in Exodus 15 become a hub in the name of the nut who is like you among the gods, so another words there. Other passages acknowledge that there are other so-called deities that there were these other spiritual powers. Paul tells us in Corinthians that they are just demons, but there there are these other powers. These other spiritual beings is of the spiritual entities that the people worship as God's but they're not really God's because they themselves are created so you can say two different ways. One, you are the only God.

There is no other God but you, or among all those claiming to be God's.

You are the only true God hands LOL Jan the most high God.

All these other cheap competitors do not do. Do not stand in the same class as the most high God, who is the only real God. All these others are just spiritual powers masquerading as God's and being worshiped as gods but as for Elohim, there Psalm 82 is best understood as originally having that spiritual backdrop of God ruling over the heavenly council and then applied to God and the judges on earth who will die just like meant. Hey, I appreciate the discussion in your cracking at the Hebrew there 866-34-TRUTH's number.

Call we come back more of your Jewish related calls right here. The line of fire with your host Dr. Michael Brown voice of moral cultural and spiritual revolution.

Here again is Dr. Michael Brown great friends for Israel election two years no conclusive results in the your path to a majority government for any of the parties involved as much is the coup d'état, Yahoo's party led the way in seats in the Knesset fall short of what it would've needed to get to easily form a coalition government. So right now uncertainty. It's gonna be difficult, paralyzes the nation and moving forward decisively as we want to a time like this.

It's always good to pray for God to open hearts and minds for people to look to him hey friends, welcome to the broadcast. This is Michael Brown. It is thoroughly Jewish Thursday, God willing 11 months from now will be gone to Israel. That's we've got our tour set up we moved it all away out of 20, 21, after having change it a few times ready in 2020, removed all we have 20, 21, two, and February beginning of March and in the 2022 so will be talking more about that in the weeks ahead but gobbling by then everything will be open wide for travel to open the issues. Many been waiting for a registered for the trip we been waiting to go so can't wait to join privilege of walking the land of Israel together with you 866-34-TRUTH this is take it. Look at one person Exodus the fourth chapter. This is just further data for Warren who just called and asked about in what sense did God make Moses a God to Pharaoh. So it says this, verse 14, when Moses makes yet another excuse the anger front and I was kindled against Moses. So he said. In fact, Aaron the Levite is your brother. I know that he can speak well. Moreover, he's on his way to meet you when he sees you will be glad the sort you are to speak to him and put the words in his mouth and I will be your with your mouth and with his and teach you what to do. He will be your spokesman to the people that he may act as a mouthpiece for you and it will be as if you were as God for him right so gullible tell Moses hear the words that you go tell Aron so would be as if God to Moses is now Moses to Aron. He uses God to Aron saying here the words you are to speak. Then Aron speaks them all right 866-34-TRUTH let's go to Russ in Salt Lake City, Utah. Welcome to the line of fire by Dr. Brown road manager about your new bear to hear, not all yeah thanks for having us under great station there a particular church Sunday on Matthew 21 one through 17. The triumphal entry and I would call you to ask your thought on the role that the temple had for prayer and that when Jesus came into the temple. There riding on a donkey, you know, the idea of the king of peace that you go, then there and he overturned the table that you turn my house shall be called a house of prayer, but you made it a den of robbers.

I'm just wondering how much of prayer. Were they also neglecting. Do you think back in that time you think it was in equal kind of a of an outrage because I wanted to have this also a good a good trigger point brother that you can juggle Christmas to to elevate prayer to our church settings you know, make that a priority.

Yeah yeah I love desolate response to this kind of in reverse order number one absolutely, we should use this is a reminder that temple was to be a house of prayer and to be house peripheral nations.

That was the ultimate vision that spoken of this house is a 56 etc. so that's the first thing to say, hate the temple and in God's view was to be house of prayer. How much more should our own gatherings or house gatherings hurt our church services be dominated by per how much should prayer play a major role in our midst, so I'd I think just on a preaching point. That's a strong point to make. The second thing is was prayer being neglected. We have no record of that.

In other words, there is no document saying that that was taking place, but you can assume that if you were getting involved just in formalistic religion or just outward practices or zeal for a form, but not for the reality of God that prayer would be neglected. So I would say that you could just ask this question, you say this is a fair question to ask ourselves, but could it be that there was a shell of what was supposed to be and could it be that there was a shell because of the absence of that devotion to God. We see, for example, when I say of the first chapter that that God says will even even when you raise your hands in prayer.

I make it a listen. Because your hands are filled or stained with blood. So he's saying that you're going through all the motions like Amos five your super religious go through all the motions but the hard substance. The connection with God is gone. So God hates hypocritical religion in the last point which is just a slight tangent, but the idea of him saying you've made it into a den of robbers and then he goes and cleanses the Temple. What's fascinating is when you go back to that passage in Jeremiah 7 what it means in context.

There was God saying you commit all these sins, you commit adultery and idolatry, and murder. And then you come into my temple and think all were safe here because this is the temple of the Lord Jesus is become like a den of robbers to meaning den of robbers would be a cave where robbers would go and hide.

They do their dirty work and then they go and hide and and he saying see you think that that's we did have the temple you go do what you do and you coming here is like a den of robbers to but I see Jesus then takes that one step further and says you're actually doing what robbers do in the temple you actually doing your dishonest work in the temple, something I didn't even realize until I did my Jeremiah commentary years ago and slick. He's taken the polemic one step further.

Celeste is my little extra day sense there but by all means preach on prayer based on that 100% one more quick follow-up on yeah sure you thank you for that. The children that are mentioned how there like the cheering section in the narrative here is that there are to the son of David, so I guess there was a place in the temple where the kids were were welcome to kinda hang out or something I just cut a copy of my observation, yet is not right there.

There is not a specific to my knowledge place that with a bin for children. Rather, you had within the temple of of course, the inner core.

The out-of-court and then you had going outside where women can go so far.

Gentiles go so far so Gentiles would be stopped at a certain point women in another point, and the man so as long as you're a male you could you could get in no close and work with any other Israelite male that was clean.

I'm not aware of anything that existed nor have I really thought about that before, but I am not aware of anything that existed in that way. That was just for children, maybe you haven't Jesus after he does what he's been called diligent so healing people cleaning out all these robber guide and then leave you know that yet, but read what about out of the mouth of babes in the rough, perfect grade and reading. Then he went out of the city to Bethany and lodged there is like very, very, with the purpose and he he just you just dug 20,000 and he goes back to Bethany a couple miles away and there's no record of anything else except the fact that the priests are the chief priests and scribes, they were indignant and fill that word indignant. I got the diving to that word.

What that means, you know that that really stir them up today like a work to get you know the wonder of the diving to the more you happening yet and I'm not in Russ. I don't know that there's much more to the word beyond indignant as we see it that I mean there is that that outrage and how could you, and how dear you, but yeah, this is not just an emotional outburst that Yeshua had this was this was the son doing with the father gave him to do with all his heart as opposed to despair.

I checked anymore know is there is a holy anger, righteous anger that rose up in him, and on which he acted, he Russ may the Lord bless you as you bring this word and may many be touched in Salt Lake City, 866342. Let's go to David in Los Angeles. Welcome to the line of fire around your call. I did a quick question on a Mac 538 and 53 regarding were the very Cedar teachers of that time purporting away.

That way they use art 49242 and also love your neighbor and hate your enemies, because there is in a passage in the Torah that I found out where it says to love your neighbor and hate your enemy. So in 2011 and that they were just teaching or that Jesus was trying to change that teaching right like to drink right so there. You're absolutely right. And since there's no express Torah commands saying hate your enemy's windows that come from because other things came from interpretations of the Torah misinterpretations so there two separate issues. First, the I fry tooth for tooth, which has to do with retaliation in developing traditions of the Pharisees was the became the traditions of the rabbis that was interpreted in a nonliteral way so it would be a matter of monetary payment that you are entitled to. For example, let's say someone only had one hand and a unitrust author hand that would be a harsher punishment would be intended because now that the and of any hands. It seems the only had one good eye.

They knock out the one good either completely blind. So there. There were these various arguments that were raised ultimate rabbinic interpretation that said that was called lex talionis that the law retaliation that I fry applied in a monetary way that these would be fines, etc. so an interior but in terms of the reality. Jesus is not and you can't defend yourself and sense of what Christians going to war. Rather, it's the issue of personal retaliation or of my right against you.

So is first thing is, if someone strikes you on the right cheek trench and the other also.

So right cheek. You presume right handedness right cheek.

That's a backhanded slap. If I if I slap you on the right cheek facing you and we know from developing rabbinic tradition that we have in writing a couple hundred years later that you are entitled to a double fine.

It was doubly embarrassing if someone gave you a a backhanded slap juicing forget that forget the personal retaliation or getting what you can get under the law. Just let him strike the other cheek.

As for love your neighbor and hate your enemy. You do find a reference to that in Dead Sea Scrolls teaching, so perhaps among the Essenes that was taught and then in the Old Testament something like the end of Psalm 139 don't. I hate those who hate you with a perfect hatred Lord. So either. Passages like that from the Old Testament or teaching that we find the Dead Sea Scrolls supporting hate your enemy. But that was not a pharisaic teaching love your neighbor hate your enemy. There's no record pharisaical literature that would point in a direction to the other Jewish traditions, and door versus it's the light a fire with your host activist, author, international speaker and theologian Dr. Michael Brown voice of more cultural and spiritual revolution get into the line of fire now by calling 86643 here again is Dr. Michael Brown looking to thoroughly understand light a fire hate less than 30 minutes from now. So for 15 Eastern time less than 30 minutes from now we will be back on YouTube on the Esther to Brown YouTube channel and there will be taking your questions for 45 minutes to an hour on all subjects under the sun. Basically just can type them and you don't have to call or anything so restarting for 15 Eastern time and reminder if you see on radio or by podcast, just so you know we do a live video stream of the broadcast. Every day, waving as I do that on Facebook and on YouTube so that's*a Brown SK dear Brown, Facebook is key dear Brown, YouTube, and you can watch the show there afterward so podcast is better just listening great political watch and off with playing video clips and putting graphics up, you can enjoy that experience also. All right we go to Jonathan in Jackson, Mississippi. Welcome to the line of fire alarm. Dr. Brown shalom Alice wanted to talk to you about reasons not think that there's been purchased by an and militarism in recent years, I have you ever go ahead, that you okay Eddie ever heard of a documentary about Hitler called the greatest story never told. I may have heard, but I don't know anything about it. Yeah will probably been one of the people that like once they hear both of all of history or whatever are people's different accounts of what the standard version of everything.

So I actually bought documentary which was about six, not half hours long, and I mean it. Just pay a completely different picture than we've been taught about Hitler and makes him look like a good God did not and I'm afraid there young people that are impressionable might be watching things like.

And you know also bond into the people to talk about the Rothschild on the rewrite all the evils in the world and and and you combine all the out there on the Internet together and people buy into Paul narrative that all Jewish people were out to control the world versus the price I like that right might say so.

So the deal is.

Aside from the fact that there is massive massive scholarship on the Holocaust, world-class historians and and scholars and analysts from every field, and there is massive consensus in terms of the unprecedented evil of the Holocaust and the events leading to it in Hitler's personal evil and the demented nature of what the Nazis were doing, etc. you're always going to have these conspiracy theories out there when it comes to the Jewish people and people try to paint a picture that while the Jews were so immoral. The Jews were so bad the Jews were so ungodly that that there's very little else for Hitler to do and they were really parasites that had it had to be exterminated so the sicko views these despicable views are unfortunately always going to be there and what you mention is very very true that folks just go the Internet now and they can't tell the difference. Some just exploring the Internet.

They can't tell the difference between some documentary that's been put together slickly and puts these quotes and stats up there like all so persuasive, click hang on hang on that when even make a footnote in an academic book it so ridiculous and so idiotic and I've put out videos debunking things that it's not set a matter of argument,for example, if if if I hold up my my cell phone here is on an argument is not an elephant. This is not a tarantula. This is not a cobra is not an automobile. This is a phone I have.

I have put out videos debunking things just as ridiculous and then people call know you need to see this. We all know you're wrong on this. Your all your larger talking.

I think this is unreal it's it's scary actually and when it comes to the Jews. Jews always get blamed. Jews always get scapegoated. You need to to find fault with somebody.

The Jews are the convenient fall guys. It's been like that for centuries so it's it's no surprise. And when you have a rise in these ridiculous documentaries.

These Jew bashing documentary. Some of them simply exposing my book Christian anti-Semitism. When you have the rise in conspiracy theories, or what you're not being told this and who's behind it all go back to the Jews. It becomes very dangerous and look to be totally candid with you when when we debunk these things on the air. When we put out videos debunking the anti-Semites we get blasted by the anti-Semites so you understand Jonathan on the on that living for you and approval. But I use this to two points on the out our average videos get between 95 and 90% sums up even on controversial moral issues because the vast majority of people. The 125,007 whatever subscribers that we have on YouTube are those who watch. They agree there there for us so they like what I'm saying but when I put out a video explicitly exposing a Christian anti-Semites or or some other anti-Semites. Suddenly it shifts in many cases we get maybe 60% disapproval and 40% sums up because we were poking a bear were hitting a nerve. So we we just have to keep getting truth out. We have to keep getting truth out tirelessly relentlessly keep getting truth that no one is always going be deception until Jesus returns, will do our best get the truth out. Thanks. Recall and and pray Jonathan that people are thought to deception will have their eyes open and another reminder if you read Christian anti-Semitism. My newest book in a profit by it will help. I've enjoyed it. Please post review or rating on simply because once we expose Pastor Stephen Anderson's anti-Semitism and misinformation is marching to sign video that some of his followers have come after us and Amazon with one star reviews just attacking me attacking the book of his not having read it really understanding what the contents are and somehow Amazon allows that to happen.

So for the sake of truth letter public opinion but for the sake of truth. If you've appreciated the book actually read it. Please do post review or rating in Let's go over to the knock on their let's go to Mary and Des Moines, Iowa. Welcome to the line of fire alarm shalom are character primal care. I Abraham referred to. I think that's where here at work the land.

Abraham got I ran on Baptist talked about the land in relation to land planning and so on. 13. I ran provided and they also referred to upper offering so that the burnt offering and how it got provided the grand matter acting yes so so excellent questions number one. The fact that they speak of a lamb. That's obviously you know what one candidate for us for sacrifice not the only but but one candidate and that's was spoken of, but conspicuously it's a ram not a lamb which would lead you to say whatever happened to that lamb, so it's just another one of these subtle threads that God plants in Scripture. Then we go to Exodus 12. When God sees the blood of the lamb he passes over the people and then the Messiah is a 53 going to his death is a lamb to the slaughter, and then Johnny Mercer's decision in John 129 behold the Lamb of God takes away the sin of the world and then the picture of the Lamb who was slain in Revelation 5 with the song of Moses and the Lamb. Revelation 15 so that picture there.

So for sure for sure. There is a divine seed planted there about the land that God would provide. And then he becomes bigger and bigger in importance as we go through Scripture we see that the Messiah is the Lamb of God takes away the sin of the world as Messiah being a burnt offering that could be debated in that the burnt offering was given holy up to God. In other words, it would burn on the altar and it would not be eat, you wouldn't save any of it to eat. Otherwise, simply go to pre-summer go to to the person offering it in some cases they would eat some of the sacrifice, the burnt offering with holy up to God so with Jesus. In that sense of burnt offering will he was. He was an atoning sacrifice right that we would be the key thing he could be looked at as a sin offering. He could be. For example, second Corinthians 5, he became sin for us that could be understood as a sin offering he seen as our Passover sacrifice, Messiah or passive meeting, the Passover lamb in first Corinthians 5 and in Isaiah 53 he's referred to as ML Schaum which is a guilt offering to have those different images you have. You have sin offering Passover lamb guilt offering. If you want to argue that he also fulfills burnt offering in the place to go for that is he was 10 referring back to Psalm 40 and Hebrews 10. Referring back to Psalm 40 with the psalmist says a lava hot although Sholto burnt offering and sin offering you and want to limit me and that's fulfills of the Messiah. He's the one that comes in for full solos, then you could say yes he fulfills that as well.

Or ultimately all the offerings find their fulfillment in him. He appreciate question friends join us in 15 minutes on YouTube on the*around channel Douglas another program powered by the Truth Network

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