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SUNDAY, MAR 11, 2012  |  45 comments
With tensions high in Mideast, evangelical Christians tighten embrace of Israel
Servants to Christ is one of scores of evangelical Christian organizations working in Israel on a variety of charitable missions. And its presence is just one example of the increasingly tight embrace of the Jewish state by both the leadership of American evangelical churches and organizations and their grass-roots supporters.

Pro-Israel rhetoric — fueled in part by increasing tensions in the Middle East over Iran's nuclear program and the threat it might pose to the Jewish state — is a staple of many U.S. evangelical leaders' speeches and sermons. ...


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News Item3/16/12 12:53 AM
Dwayne  Find all comments by Dwayne
Neil
I have to agree with you. I was asking myself the same question? Do I leave all my convictions, doctrines etc aside just to welcome someone as a brother just because they have been persecuted?? I would say if it's a minor thing then maybe I would accept them as brothers but just because someone is persecuted does not give him the right to be way off on an important doctrine like the Catholics "miracle" of transunstanciation. Don't ask me how to spell that word lol
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News Item3/15/12 4:25 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Jim Lincoln wrote:
No, Neil, WWII started out as a police action...yawn...If you look at the Wikipedia article, Declaration of War by the United States Congress has been approving of police actions, or quasi-wars--as Wikipedia puts it--almost from the beginning of the United States.
What is not a tedious semi-accurate history is incorrect; post-hoc Congressional resolution (what the article distinguished as "authorized") is not the same as declaring war a priori, by due process.
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News Item3/15/12 2:50 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
No, Neil, WWII started out as a police action. In fact actions no doubt designed so that the US could declare war. We were giving old destroyers to Great Britain, being the arsenal of democracy, which tell bar manufacturing industry by the way, and then finally we cut off oil and other imports that Japan that was a necessity for it to survive--at least for its Army and Navy to survive at the level they were accustomed to. I'm certainly not angry with Roosevelt for setting up the circumstances where the US would declare war, but at the very best the US was a very belligerent neutral towards the axis powers as Spain was to the Allied ones.

If you look at the Wikipedia article, Declaration of War by the United States Congress has been approving of police actions, or quasi-wars--as Wikipedia puts it--almost from the beginning of the United States.

Since United States likes to do things with coalitions now, a formal declaration of war could involve other nations in a way due to interlocking treaties that they don't want to be involved in such a way the sleek and he knows coalitions.

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News Item3/14/12 3:56 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
USA uber alles wrote:
Love the irrelevant Americentric view of WWII!
Lighten up; this discussion over foreign policy has concerned war in America's context, not Europe's, so by "initial" I meant those actions which instigated formal American involvement (i.e., Pearl Harbor & Germany's declaration of war). I know perfectly well what happened in Sep. '39.
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News Item3/14/12 3:34 PM
USA uber alles  Find all comments by USA uber alles
Neil wrote:
WW2 is irrelevant to my argument because it was a declared war (the last), & one in which we were the target of initial hostilities.
Love the irrelevant Americentric view of WWII!
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News Item3/14/12 3:08 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
WW2 is irrelevant to my argument because it was a declared war (the last), & one in which we were the target of initial hostilities. Pleading the postwar status quo as normative is the Appeal to Tradition fallacy.

As usual you have to stick it to Bush, as if that's relevant. Try leaving partisan politics out of your arguments & they'll improve a little.

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News Item3/14/12 2:55 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Neil, that was American policy and World War II, the Korean War, and even somewhat in the Vietnam War. If American troops are going to sacrifice their lives, it should be something more than a loyal or bananas. (Something that G. "Enron" Bush ignored in his version of the Banana_Wars )

The idea is directly related to our First Amendment, has it that much to Christianity? Perhaps not, but it has a whole lot to do with what were American ideals. Being a world power and enforcing Pax Americana has its responsibilities.

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News Item3/12/12 3:43 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
SteveR wrote:
...you stand with those that deny Christ, I must say your eternal problem is more than being puffed up.
I do? How so? Short of a syllogistic demonstration (I stand with Christ deniers??), you merely beg the question again.
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News Item3/12/12 3:35 PM
SteveR | Midwest  Find all comments by SteveR
Neil wrote:
You comparison is only relevant if your charges against me (as being puffed up, deceived, etc.) are true.
Since you feel one must stand with either those who deny or those who accept Christ, and you stand with those that deny Christ, I must say your eternal problem is more than being puffed up.
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News Item3/12/12 3:29 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
SteveR wrote:
Sounds like the crime the sanhedrin leveled against the Apostles, my beloved brothers in Christ.
You comparison is only relevant if your charges against me (as being puffed up, deceived by Satan, etc.) are true.
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News Item3/12/12 3:26 PM
SteveR | Upper Midwest  Find all comments by SteveR
Neil wrote:
I will leave SteveR to his radical ecumenism. This thread has taught me that one has to count either Jews or Catholics as brothers; no other possibilities allowed.
Sounds like the crime the sanhedrin leveled against the Apostles, my beloved brothers in Christ.
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News Item3/12/12 3:12 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
FYI wrote:
It is effectively one of the duties of occupying military powers under international law which the US government signed and ratified.
You got me there, except that our military power is engaged in a constitutionally undeclared war. Just a technicality, I know.
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News Item3/12/12 3:06 PM
FYI  Find all comments by FYI
Neil wrote:
" the United States had a duty to protect all religious groups (that included American missionaries)"
Where is that in our Constitution? Or in Scripture?
It is effectively one of the duties of occupying military powers under international law which the US government signed and ratified.

The duties of the occupying power are spelled out primarily in the 1907 Hague Regulations (arts 42-56) and the Fourth Geneva Convention (GC IV, art. 27-34 and 47-78), as well as in certain provisions of Additional Protocol I and customary international humanitarian law.

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News Item3/12/12 2:48 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
" the United States had a duty to protect all religious groups (that included American missionaries)"

Where is that in our Constitution? Or in Scripture? Was Paul's Romans 13 magistrate also responsible for punishing the wicked in Han China, Parthia, and Mesoamerica? And if Israel persecutes Christians (laws against proselyzing), what should we do then, cut off their subsidy per Camp David?

I will leave SteveR to his radical ecumenism. This thread has taught me that one has to count either Jews or Catholics as brothers; no other possibilities allowed.

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News Item3/12/12 2:44 PM
SteveR | Upper Midwest  Find all comments by SteveR
Neil wrote:
Special Pleading. If you let Iraqi Catholics in, then why not American Catholics? What does their nationality have to do with anything?
I do not exclude US Catholics, nor any Saint of the Davidic Kingdom today or in the past who are witnesses to this thread.

Hebrews 12:1 Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset us, and let us run with patience the race that is set before us,

Hebrews 12:2 Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God.

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News Item3/12/12 2:28 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Matthew, racist? Now of course the Identity: A 'Christian' Religion for White Racistsis noted for that and there dislike for Israel. One of the Republican candidates for President is considered that to, Ron Paul: Anti-Semite: Case Closed, but one is being racist for supporting Israel?

The Five Solas of the Reformation are the five points that can be found in the Bible which defines a Christian.I know I never called these groups in the Middle East true Christians, but still especially when we were in Iraq or Afghanistan, the United States had a duty to protect all religious groups (that included American missionaries ) From harm. From all news accounts that I had seen, this one even of secondary importance. The Iraqi and Afghan constitutions should have had the equivalent of the First Amendment of the American Constitution in them, as that was removed or ignored after we left a country, that was not our fault then.

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News Item3/12/12 1:52 PM
Conversion  Find all comments by Conversion
SteveR wrote:
God acts alone to save his people. The responsibility for salvation does not rest on the sinner despite their good works or lack thereof. I see nothing in Pauls epistle to the Galatians that would alter Iraqi Christians receiving unmerited grace from my Lord(Sola Gratia). Perhaps your god, the god that persecutes the Church in palestine, would shun them?
And if Rome is overrun by the Mohammedan, the Vatican is sacked, and the Pope is martyred, will that event suddenly make their brand of 1.3 billion sacerdotalists evangelical?
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News Item3/12/12 1:48 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
SteveR wrote:
The responsibility for salvation does not rest on the sinner despite their good works or lack thereof. I see nothing in Pauls epistle to the Galatians that would alter Iraqi Christians receiving unmerited grace from my Lord(Sola Gratia).
Special Pleading. If you let Iraqi Catholics in, then why not American Catholics? What does their nationality have to do with anything?
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News Item3/12/12 1:32 PM
SteveR | Upper Midwest  Find all comments by SteveR
Neil wrote:
Then the Bible contradicts itself, since you're suggesting justification is off the table so far as saving faith is concerned. All you have to do is believe certain facts about Christ's person, which even devils can do.
By your simplistic understanding of 1 John 4, Paul was just as mean & divisive as I am, since his Epistle to the Galatians denounces those who, while being nominally Christians, added works of the Law to the Gospel, just as sacerdotal churches do. How can Paul say this if all one has to believe is that Jesus is God incarnate?
God acts alone to save his people. The responsibility for salvation does not rest on the sinner despite their good works or lack thereof. I see nothing in Pauls epistle to the Galatians that would alter Iraqi Christians receiving unmerited grace from my Lord(Sola Gratia). Perhaps your god, the god that persecutes the Church in palestine, would shun them?
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News Item3/12/12 1:28 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Pravda wrote:
That is very close to the truth, yes.
How close? Please elaborate, and from Scripture.
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