Evangelical heresy of “Judeo-Christianity”

A witch’s brew of toxic beliefs
Texe Marrs Intelligence Examiner

And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch (Acts 11:26).

O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you?… Are ye so foolish? having begun in the Spirit, are ye now made perfect by the flesh? (Galatians 3: 1,3).

I met a gentleman this week who told me he is a “Hindu Christian.” The man is sincere, but of course, he is wrong. He and his wife are members of a Christian church but retain many of their Hindu religious beliefs. An immigrant hailing from India, he now claims to be both a Christian and a Hindu.

The Hindu Christian says he has great respect for Jesus, but also for Krishna and the Hindu deities. I asked him about the Hindu rat deity and also the cobra snake goddess.

“Yes, even those gods are ones whom I worship,” he answered quietly with a smile.

Can a person be both Hindu and Christian at one and the same time? No, absolutely not. God says He will not share His divine authority with any other “god.” Such an idea is preposterous. Yet, the mixing of multiple gods is commonplace today.

Possibly the most repugnant mixture of deities is that of Jew and Christian. Such people like to call themselves “Judeo-Christian.” But these are two very different, distinct religions. One is true, the other is satanic.

Did I say “satanic?” Yes, that’s what Judaism is. Jesus Christ identified the religion of the Jews as “satanic.”

“O generation of vipers,” he called the Jews, “how can ye, being evil, speak good things? For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh” (Matthew 12:34).

“Ye serpents,” Jesus said, “how can ye escape the damnation of hell!” (Matthew 23:33)

When the Jews insisted theirs was a religion of the Law, Jesus answered that they obeyed not the Law but instead, heeded the “tradition of the elders.” Theirs, he pointed out, was a man-made religion, “full of hypocrisy and iniquity.”

Yes, Jesus spoke with the authority of God, and He said that Judaism is “full of hypocrisy and iniquity.”

The Jewish Encyclopedia tells us that the Judaic religion of Jesus’ day is the same, pharisaic religion as practiced today by the Orthodox Jews.

Can Both Jesus and the Religion of the Serpent Coexist?

So let’s see now. Can one combine a heretical religion of the serpent himself, one full of hypocrisy and iniquity, with the pure and undefiled worship of Jesus our Lord?

It is impossible. If anything, today’s Judaism is even more wicked and vile than in Jesus’ day. It is blasphemous and even its festival days are perverted. It is a witch’s brew of demonism and sorcery.

One religion and one religion only stands out as pure and true: Christianity.

There is no such thing as Judeo-Christianity.

Don’t be Double Minded

The Old Testament is not studied by modern rabbis even one single hour, only the Talmud. Jesus called their false religion evil and noted that it was the “traditions of men,” not of God. Christians who attempt to combine Christianity and Judaism are into witchcraft, said the Apostle Paul, in Galatians 3.

Don’t let your mind and heart be clouded over with the ungodly philosophy and satanic teachings of Talmudic Judaism. On page 3 are some important indicators of Judaic/Zionist Teachings (Judaism) opposed to the truth of What the Bible Says, which is Christianity. Examine the list. Where do you stand?

Is Judaism intruding into your life? Are your beliefs a satanic mixture of both Judaism and Christianity? Then you will end up a most unhappy and discontented person. You will be double minded, and the Scriptures reveal that, sadly,

“A double minded man is unstable in all his ways” (James 1:8).

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