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John Hagee, The Holocaust and Me: Thinking about Allies

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Submitted by Debbie Shafer (United States), Jul 28, 2008 at 17:05

I agree with Dr. Pipes, It would be counterproductive to renounce Pastor Hagee's tremendous contributions, and help to Israel because of a theological difference. The common goal should be the Uniting issue. I can say Pastor Hagee is coming from a biblical point of view, after years of being a minister and traveling to Israel, his knowledge of scripture, and his friendship with Israel's people, have never waivered. He actually is basing his knowledge on the bibles words..........Some of the kings of Israel were not following God's covenant, and so God brought some hardships on the land to bring the people back to grace, and to follow the covenant. God uses man to accomplish his purpose.

I am sorry that politicians and many Christians and Jews, do not know the bible, because it is the one truth you can rely on. McCain should not have renounced Hagee's endorsement, he is loyal and steadfast in his beliefs and in his support of Israel and America. We must remember, the truth often brings harsh critisism, and attacks to those who are fighting for it. The goal must outweigh the differences in opinion.



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