“Mr. Brooks! The Replacement Jews are here!”

Zionist Jews are encouraging neo-Confederate Rednecks to play the role of Big Victims, the lover of Jesus and Israel, who is being bullied by the Liberal Left and their President. This Big Lie is funded by Madison Avenue and Wall Street Bankers, who use Trailer Trash as human shields, who are guaranteed to go to the polls and die for Liberal Sins.

Wait till you read the REAL FATE OF THE JEWS, Replacement Theology has in store for the REAL JEWS!

Jon the New Wallooner

“Mr. Brooks, the Replacement Jews are here.”
Jon Presco <braskewitz yahoo.com>
2008-05-23 05:16:41 GMT

“Mr. Brooks, the Replacement Jews are here.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QI10nV26-Og

“Whoa! This is them!? These are real Nazi dancing girls, and I should know. I thought they were the Pretenders, the Gentile wanna-be Jews?’ “The Pretendrs are the Jews, Mr. Brooks. These Nazis are the real Jews.” The Nazis are the real Jews! This is craziness. Call my lawyer He’s got to get me out of my contract or I’ll go down in history as the Jewish Goebels.” “There’s no way out of this contract because Mr. Hagee made you sign it with the blood of the apostles that is carried by the Great Whore of Babylon. “The who? The great what?” “You’re only hope is if you can turn `The Pretenders’ into a parady, like you did with `The Producers’. If you can get the people to laugh at these Nazi Replacement Jews, then there is hope for you.” “Laugh!? If I put pig ears on Hagee, maybe I get a laugh” “That’s it. Now you’r cooking Mr. Brooks” “Yes.Yes! I’m having a vision. Call up Bernadotte Peters. She’ll make a great whote of Babylon! And see if Steve Martin is working. I want him to play a swank Pope. A womanizer and smooth talker whose advances are constantly spurned by the Great Bitch!” “Yes Sir!” “And get me some computer animations guys. I want them to create the Beast that the Great Whore rides upon! He must look like a Roman hog, but not too much like Hagee.” “You got it Mel!” “Let’s take a look and Mr. Hagee’s storyboard and see if there are some yuks there.”

“What is replacement theology?”Answer: Replacement Theology essentially teaches that the church has replaced Israel in God’s plan. Adherents of Replacement Theology believe the Jews are no longer God’s chosen people, and God does not have specific future plans for the nation of Israel. All the different views of the relationship between the church and Israel can be divided into two camps: either the Church is a continuation of Israel (Replacement Theology / Covenant Theology), or the Church is completely different and distinct from Israel (Dispensationalism / Premillennialism).

http://rougeknights.blogspot.com/Replacement Theology http://www.gotquestions.org/replacement-theology.html

http://www.cufi.org/site/PageServer?pagename=events_honor_israelQuestion:

“What is replacement theology?”Answer: Replacement Theology essentially teaches that the church has replaced Israel in God’s plan. Adherents of Replacement Theology believe the Jews are no longer God’s chosen people, and God does not have specific future plans for the nation of Israel. All the different views of the relationship between the church and Israel can be divided into two camps: either the Church is a continuation of Israel (Replacement Theology / Covenant Theology), or the Church is completely different and distinct from Israel (Dispensationalism / Premillennialism).

Replacement Theology teaches that the Church is the replacement for Israel and that the many promises made to Israel in the Bible are fulfilled in the Christian Church, not in Israel. So, the prophecies in Scripture concerning the blessing and restoration of Israel to the Promised Land are “spiritualized” or “allegorized” into promises of God’s blessing for the Church. Major problems exist with this view, such as the continuing existence of the Jewish people throughout the centuries and especially with the revival of the modern state of Israel. If Israel has been condemned by God, and there is no future for the Jewish nation, how do we explain the supernatural survival of the Jewish people over the past 2000 years despite the many attempts to destroy them? How do we explain why and how Israel reappeared as a nation in the 20th century after not existing for 1900 years?The view that Israel and the Church are different is clearly taught in the New Testament. In this view, the Church is completely different and distinct from Israel, and the two are never to be confused or used interchangeably. We are taught from Scripture that the Church is an entirely new creation, that came into being on the Day of Pentecost, and will continue until it is translated to heaven at the Rapture (Ephesians 1:9-11; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-17). The Church has no relationship to the curses and blessings for Israel. The covenants, promises, and warnings are valid only for Israel. Israel has been temporarily set aside in God’s program during these past 2,000 years of dispersion.After the Rapture (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18), God will restore Israel as the primary focus of His plan. The first event at this time is the Great Tribulation (Revelation chapters 6-19). The world will be judged for rejecting Christ, while Israel is prepared through the trials of the Great Tribulation for the Second Coming of the Messiah. Then when Christ does return to the earth, at the end of the Tribulation, Israel will be ready to receive Him. The remnant of Israel which survives the Tribulation will be saved and the Lord will establish His kingdom on this earth with Jerusalem as its capital. With Christ reigning as King, Israel will be the leading nation, and representatives from all nations will come to Jerusalem to honor and worship the King—Jesus Christ. The Church will return with Christ and will reign with Him for a literal thousand years (Revelation 20:1- 5).Both the Old Testament and the New Testament support a Premillennial / Dispensational understanding of God’s plan for Israel. Even so, the strongest support for Premillennialism is found in the clear teaching of Revelation 20:1-7, where it says, six times, that Christ’s kingdom will last 1,000 years. After the Tribulation the Lord will return and establish His kingdom with the nation of Israel, Christ will reign over the whole earth and Israel will be the leader of the nations. The Church will reign with Him for a literal thousand years. The church has not replaced Israel in God’s plan. While God may be focusing His attention primarily on the church in this dispensation of grace, God has not forgotten Israel, and will one day restore Israel to His intended role for the nation He has chosen (Romans chapter 11).Recommended Resource: Dispensationalism by Charles Ryrie.

http://www.gotquestions.org/replacement-theology.htmlDr. John Hagee, the American evangelical pastor who last month announced plans for a Christian-style AIPAC, says the organization is a “canopy group” encompassing Christian supporters of Israel from across America and is coming together “with a speed and harmony I never would have believed possible.” Hagee says he attempted something similar, though on a smaller scale, 25 years ago, but to no avail. “I called 30 pastors together… At the end of the first hour, I lost 29 of them.” Now, by contrast, “I called 400 [pastors] and all 400 have agreed to participate in Christians United for Israel.” The San Antonio, Texas-based Hagee specifies three primary aims for the group: one, to unite Christian supporters of Israel to speak “with one voice for a common cause”; two, to establish a “rapid response” capability that can flood Capitol Hill with e-mails, faxes and phone calls at short notice on issues of concern to Israel; and three, to organize “Night to Honor Israel” events in every major US city “so that the Jewish people can see and feel Christians expressing the love of God to them without a hidden agenda.” The new initiative by Hagee, who has collected and distributed millions of dollars to Israeli causes over the past 25 years, raises questions about what precisely he means by “support for Israel” and whether there are conditions for that support. In an interview with The Jerusalem Post, he said “Christians United for Israel is completely loyal to the positions of the Bible” and that he does not seek to influence the Israeli government or to support political candidates in Israel or America. But that “loyalty” to the Bible, in his interpretation, for instance, means not backing the relinquishing of biblical territory. It’s an apparent contradiction that he reconciled as follows: “The Bible says that God gave the Jewish people this sacred land. ‘It’s yours. Don’t give it away. If you choose to give it away, that’s your business. We’re still friends, although we feel you make the wrong choice. I wouldn’t stop supporting Israel because of your choice.'” Interviewed by the Post at the recent AIPAC national convention in Washington, DC, where he was warmly received by many delegates, Hagee also carefully explained his thinking on the incendiary issue of evangelical attitudes to Jews and Judaism. In precise and deliberate language, flavored with a rich, deep Texas drawl, he asserted that a growing majority of evangelical leaders do not preach “replacement theology, which teaches that the Church has replaced Israel” and the Jews “have no future in the plan of God.” The vast majority of evangelicals, rather, teach that “the Christians have a Bible mandate to be supportive of Israel and the Jewish people without a hidden agenda.” True to that interpretation, Hagee said, “I do not target Jews for conversion.” Nonetheless, he stressed, “If you come into my church [of your own volition], you are asking to hear my witness of Jesus Christ and you’re going to get it, wide open.” In your conception, how should a Christian support Israel? We began to actively support Israel 25 years ago when the American media responded hatefully toward Israel when the IDF blew up the nuclear reactor in Iraq. The media in America was extremely fierce against Israel, and I felt that Israel had done the world a great favor. I proposed to my congregation and the pastors of San Antonio that we gather all the Christians of our city and go down town to the city auditorium and have a “Night to Honor Israel” to show support for the nation of Israel and the Jewish people. I had a meeting with [members of] the local Jewish Federation, who were very concerned about hidden agendas. It took four lengthy committee meetings to convince them there was no hidden agenda or ulterior purpose. On the night of the event the auditorium was packed. We had our choir, our orchestra, and our television cameras so that we could show the event across the nation. It was a wonderful celebration of unity between Christians and Jews. Just at the end of the celebration there was a threat on the building, to blow it up. While [San Antonio] Rabbi [Aryeh] Sheinberg was praying, the security came to me and said “this building is supposed to blow up in about five minutes.” I went to the microphone when the rabbi finished and said, “I hate to end such a wonderful night on a negative note, but we have a threat on this building.” And the Christians left that building instantly, because they had never experienced such a threat. The Jewish people flipped their hands and just kept on talking. On the way home, I told my wife that “if the anti-Semites think they can silence us with a threat, they are mistaken. I’m going to do this until they get used to it.” So 25 years later, we’re continuing to do “A Night to Honor Israel,” only now we’re doing it over live national television so the world can experience it as it goes across America and into 126 countries. Hagee’s “Night to Honor Israel” is a non-conversionary event. We do not target Jewish people for conversion. If a Jewish person comes to me and asks me about my faith, I am under a Bible mandate to tell him about my faith. If he accepts or rejects my faith, it does not enhance nor depreciate that person in my view. From that point we agree to go forward in mutual esteem working on behalf of Israel. All Christians are under a Bible mandate to be supportive of Israel and to be supportive of the Jewish people. If somebody outside the “Night to Honor Israel” framework comes to you [to inquire about Christianity], what do you do? We give them our entire testimony and biblical explanation of our faith. Again outside the “Night to Honor Israel” framework, do you target Jews for conversion? When I open the doors of Cornerstone Church, 5,000 people fill the auditorium. As I present the gospel message, I don’t know if you’re Muslim, Hindu, Pentecostal, Baptist, Catholic or Jewish. If you come into Cornerstone Church, you are asking to hear my witness of Jesus Christ and the Cross as the way to redemption, and you’re going to get that message, wide open. ———————————— Yahoo! Groups Links To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Templar-de-Rosemont/

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1 Response to “Mr. Brooks! The Replacement Jews are here!”

  1. Reblogged this on rosamondpress and commented:

    Most members of the Tea Party are into Replacement Theology. They are insane and are bring our government to a halt. Their leaders should be arrested for Treason!

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