Thursday, April 23, 2015

So Benjamin Netanyahu is a Christian? So Says Pastor Lankford and Steve Quayle...But What Says Netanyahu?

On the Hagmann and Hagmann Report a few weeks ago Steve Quayle, who writes about Nephilim and other antediluvian topics, and Pastor David Lankford, of some ministry somewhere who seems to know a bit about the Bible pertaining to Abrahamic topics, at the end of the broadcast, claimed--to my stunned ears...folks I had to listen to this segment about 5 times before I was sure I heard it right--that Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu was a Messianic Jew (that is, a Jewish Christian). It went something like this: Lankford claimed Netanyahu was a Messianic Jew, and Quayle, in a tone of voice that seemed tentative, agreed saying, "Yeah, he is." The Quayle claimed that he "heard it" from "someone" that this was true.

Now let's put aside the fact that Messianic Jews wouldn't seek to genocide Palestinians or nuke Iran...could it be that Netanyahu really is a Messianic Jew?

So I e-mailed Quayle with this question. No response. I intend to e-mail Lankford as well.

The thing is, if Netanyahu IS a Messianic Jew, if Netanyahu DOES believe Jesus Christ is his Lord and Savior, then those words, "Jesus Christ IS my Lord and Savior," MUST COME FROM THE MOUTH OF BENJAMIN NETANYAHU! That is what "witnessing" is--public proclamation that Christ is Lord and Savior by the person who believes this.

So I am disappointed in both Quayle and Lankford for claiming Netanyahu is a believer in Christ without the benefit of Netanyahu saying that himself. Anyone can say anyone else is a believer just because he or she "heard" that so-and-so is a believer in Christ.

I also e-mailed the organization "Jews for Jesus", and also got no response. Who knows? Maybe "Jews for Jesus" freaked out at the notion that guy wanting to nuke Iran was Christian!

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