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How Church Attendance Affects American Attitudes Toward Israel

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Submitted by Juith (United States), Aug 5, 2014 at 20:05

Interesting analysis. Sunday's Pro-Israel rally in San Francisco seemed to largely reflect this sentiment. Goes to show you all that money spent on so-called higher education could have been put to better use, in my opinion! The Protestant split with Bibical history is a conundrum. The intellectual Jewish split with covenant history is a conundrum.

That said, those willing to stand in the gap for the lives of Jewish people in Israel are not going away. Time for intellectuals to stop using their history books for footstools and read them! Intellectuals never believed Hitler would rise to such power. Their brains could not comprehend it.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

Great line: "Time for intellectuals to stop using their history books for footstools and read them!"

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