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Is God a Racist? John Hagee Seems to Think So

“If we take Hagee’s statement at face value, God must be a racist…”

Israel is a racist, apartheid state. Not only are racist attitudes widely exhibited by average Israelis, but even Knesset members and other government officials have openly made racist comments and gotten away with them. For instance, last year Knesset member Ayelet Shaked put up a Facebook post that included extremely disparaging comments about Palestinians, while earlier this year Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman called for the beheading of Palestinians who aren’t loyal to Israel. Neither suffered any repercussions or career setbacks over their comments. On the contrary. Shaked has since been elevated to the post of “Minister of Justice.”

Israel, therefore, is a racist state. This is not a far-fetched or controversial statement. Yet according to John Hagee, Israel “is the nation God has sworn to defend.”  Therefore, if we take Hagee’s statement at face value, God must be a racist.

Apparently God also hates Christianity. Churches come under periodic “price tag” attacks in Israel, attacks carried out by Jewish settlers in which the vandals will spray paint graffiti or in some cases set church buildings on fire. This has been going on for several years.

There is also an Israeli settler who wants to see all churches removed from Israel, while an Israeli mayor has banned Christmas trees.

“As long as I hold office, no non-Jewish symbol will be presented in the city,” said Shimon Gapso, the mayor of Upper Nazareth, in proclaiming his ban on Christmas trees.

The settler’s name is Benzi Gopstein. I did a post about him a day or so ago. Last week he referred to churches as places of “idolatry” and said they should be banned from Israel.

Both Gopstein and Gapso seem to harbor considerable hatred for Christianity, but that’s alright; they’re Jews. And Jews are chosen.

By the way, the ban on Christmas trees was also extended to the Knesset, and there was even a movement afoot to ban Christmas tree displays from hotel lobbies as well. That, however, fell through.

But clearly it would not be unreasonable to draw the conclusion that Christianity is widely detested in Israel. And since this, in Hagee’s view, “is the nation God has sworn to defend,”  God must therefore detest Christianity.

I wonder if the people who attend Hagee’s church have ever stopped to think how alien his teachings are from those of Jesus.

God is a God of Love–this is what Jesus taught, and he issued a commandment to his followers: that we should all love one another. Where is Hagee’s love for his fellow Christians in Palestine whose churches are being burned and vandalized?

Jesus also said, “Suffer the little children to come unto me.” Where is Hagee’s love for the children of Gaza, 504 of whom died last summer alone in Israel’s Operation Protective Edge? Apparently their lives are of less importance than Jewish lives.

Hagee cites a number of countries and empires that fell, he says, “because of their anti-Semitic actions against the Jewish people.” But what about when Jews carry out “anti-Semitic actions” against the Palestinians, including murder? Does Hagee feel this is something God condones? Apparently he does, for if God favors Jews above all others, and harbors racial animosity toward non-Jews, then it probably stands to reason that he would condone murder as well–just as long as it isn’t Jews being killed.

And this apparently is the deity Hagee believes in–a deity, keep in mind, that will even allow a terrorist attack upon America should we fail to support the state of the Jews to Hagee’s deity’s single-minded satisfaction.

“If we allow terrorists to attack Israel, God will allow terrorists to attack the United States of America,” Hagee proclaims.

In other words, in Hagee’s view, approving the Iran deal will be tantamount to “allowing terrorists to attack Israel,” and this will place us on God’s enemies list.

Is Hagee really the man of God he presents himself as?

Is God really a racist?

Is Christian Zionism true Christianity, or is it a modern day heresy?

10 thoughts on “Is God a Racist? John Hagee Seems to Think So

  1. By the way, the ban on Christmas trees was also extended to the Knesset, and there was even a movement afoot to ban Christmas tree displays from hotel lobbies as well

    Don’t want to scare off the suckers from spending their cash in ‘Stolenland.’

    Thought Hagee said his G-d attacked the USA on 9/11 because of homosexuals???

    Maybe I’m getting my hate mongers mixed up.

  2. He sounds like a demented insane asylum patient babbling in a fit and he looks like he is about to explode because his skin just can’t stretch anymore to accommodate his gross obesity, which makes me wonder: is there a procedure that can save him, like a combined liposuction and judeosuction that would relieve him of both his adipose burden and his systemic judaic poisoning?

  3. Hagee is a deeply ignorant religious nutcase who has attacked every religion on earth. He once wrote that Hitler was born from a lineage of “accursed, genocidally murderous half-breed Jews”.
    Since those heady days he’s now gone all gooey about Israel, which shows his moral compass is all over the place.
    Luckily, he only preaches to other dumbed-down Americans. Elsewhere on the planet he’s be carted off in a straitjacket.

  4. christian zionists are anti Christ zionists or low level, second class jews
    the god of the jews, their small,incomplete g-d of evil is a racist.
    so are his selected and their minions such as hagee

  5. Christian Zionism is definitely not the true biblical religion! It is true, John Hagee uses the Bible to justify the chilling and horrible crimes, committed by the IDF. Unfortunately, numerous Christian Zionists are nowadays a victim of Hagee’s racist doctrines! The apostle Paul in his days, must have been able to cast a glance in the far distant future when he wrote the following words:

    “Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies in hypocrisy , having their conscience seared with a hot iron.” (1 Timothy 4:1-2)

    And indeed, the Christian Zionist gospel wich Hagee preaches, is a dark, sinister, and demonic doctrine of devils….The same Paul wrote in his time in another place to his protegé, Titus, the following about such theories; Titus was a Bisshop; a Bisshop must according to Paul be one who,

    “Holding fast the faithful word as he had been thaught, that he may be able by sound doctrine both to exhort and to convince the gainsayers. For there are many unruly and vain talkers and deceivers, specially they of the circumcision; Whose mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole houses, teaching things they ought not, for filthy lucre’s sake.”

    “This witness is true. Wherefore rebuke them sharply, that they may be sound in the faith; Not giving heed to Jewish fables and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.” (Titus 1:9-11, 1:13-14)

    Already in the days of the early Christian Church, there emerged a kind of Christian Zionism within the true Church what was condemned and rejected by Paul; the apostle describes this heretical ideology as “Jewish fables.”

    In another letter, addressed to the Church of Thessalonica, Paul writes the following:

    “Let no man deceive you by any means; for that day” (the day of the return of Jesus Christ to this earth) ” shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition.” (2 Thessalonians 2:3)

    “For the mystery of iniquity doth already work; only he who now letteth will let, until he be taken out of the way.” (verse 7)

    The “falling away” wich is described here by Paul, was not only a warning to the early Church only; in fact, it was a prophetic wrning for us, who are a witness now of the falling away of multitudes of Christians who nowadays obey the call of John Hagee and numerous other heretical Christian Zionist leaders to stand beside Israel! And regarding the “mystery of iniquity”, this mystery would be many centuries later partly revealed with the creation of Israel as nation on May 14, 1984……

    These things wich I have written here above, will never be told by the Christian Zionists; today, they would called this, “Christian anti-Semitism”. To conclude, “the faithful word” and the “sound doctrine” what was talked about by Paul, has nothing to do with Christian Zionism.

  6. Hi Tom, thank you for the comments and the scripture citations. Much to think about. The “powerful delusion” mentioned in II Thessalonians 2:11 strikes me a significant as well, and possibly a reference to the founding of the state of Israel. Best wishes.

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  8. To the casual observer – this man does NOT appear to be a religious man. Religious people don’t promote division as he appears to be advocating. He makes Judas Iscariot appear to be rather Patrician compared to his betrayal of the US.

  9. Is God a racist?,well the one in the old testament certainly IS,in that contentious book all of us non Jewish studies people barely have the right to Exist or breath, :/,

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