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Israel-bashing Christians?

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Submitted by Ugri (Finland), Mar 28, 2009 at 04:42

Hindus and Jews I understand. The former are worshipers of demons, and a significant number of Jews are atheists, often leaning to far left. But Christians? Regrettably we can see here the influence of the so called replacement theology: the Church has taken the place of the Chosen people. Jews can be regarded as ordinary people. Better forget all the promises given to Abraham. This viewpoint is widespread: just ask The World Council of Churches (WCC).

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