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How Christianity Was Judaized

February 10, 2017

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left, Anglican Church members honor panhandler with a memorial garden on their front step.


A local Anglican Church built 
a shrine to a panhandler,
a woman essentially a nuisance
and an eyesore. 
To my mind, this exemplifies 
the Judaizing of Christianity. 


Helping the unfortunate is a great way to 
avoid becoming a better person. 







by Henry Makow Ph.D

Cabalists neutered Christianity by substituting a Jewish message of "helping the less fortunate"  for the essential message of Christianity which is to perfect oneself.  "Be ye therefore perfect, as your father who art in heaven is perfect." (Mathew 5: 48) 

This was brought home to me when a local Anglican church erected an elaborate memorial garden for a neighbourhood panhandler, Debbie Roberts, who died at age 61 a year ago. They scattered her ashes nearby.   The Winnipeg Free Press reported


"It is remembering a person who was significant, however humble, and who wouldn't have imagined she would ever be memorialized," says architect and parishioner Richard Derksen, who designed the $3,500 memorial"She symbolized a sense of hospitality and generosity."

Affected by family tragedy and suffering from mental illness, Roberts walked along Westminster Avenue in all seasons for more than a decade, politely asking for a donation in exchange for a newspaper focused on issues about poverty. Although she had an income, she used the spare change she collected for extras like cat food, gifts and cigarettes, says Pinto Gfroerer.

After being encouraged by her family to connect to a church, she eventually reached out to Saint Margaret's, standing outside the century-old red brick building for weeks before she had the nerve to come in, says her sister.

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(left, Debbie) 

"The first service my sister attended at St Margaret's was the day Kirsten based her sermon on the verse from Isaiah," says Blair, referring to the excerpt from Isaiah 55, which reads: 'Come all you who are thirsty, come to the waters, and you who have no money, come and eat.'

"Debbie was so inspired by those words. She thought if God offered water to anyone who was thirsty she could believe in Him. She loved the verse, committed it to memory and it gave her comfort."

Derksen hopes the design of the 168-square-foot garden can pass on comfort and peace to others in the community. He says the garden is a place for parishioners and passersby to sit and chat on the stone benches, admire the flowers or just contemplate life.

"It becomes part of this other story of welcome," Derksen says of the memorial, only a step away from a well-travelled sidewalk.
The garden also offers parishioners a place to scatter ashes of loved ones, with room for many names to be engraved on the benches.

"Debbie was important and she knew how to make community," adds Pinto Gfroerer of Roberts' impact."My desire is to recognize the people who seem poor in spirit, (and) that they actually make community."


WHAT WOULD DEBBIE DO?

I suppose it is easier to find a panhandler these days than someone who actually dedicated his or her life to God, but I'm old enough to remember when Christians honored people whose lives were a model of devotion.  This action screams "our devotion is to the less fortunate, not to God."  They are socialists, not Christians.

Helping the unfortunate is a great way to avoid becoming a better person. You can help the downtrodden and still be bastard. The Illuminati is full of "philanthropists." 

I don't want to preach a sermon here but devotion to God means aligning ones thoughts and actions with the Divine Will, i.e. the Design of Creation. We must tame the ape in which we are all trapped. We must use our soul connection to restrain our monkey lust and greed; overcome our natural laziness, venality and cowardice. We must worship God by remaking ourselves in His image. 

God is Consciousness, synonymous with spiritual absolutes like Love, Truth, Beauty and Justice.  We experience this spiritual dimension when we are one with God. Most of us die without ever having lived, i.e. entering this dimension. 

Panhandlers are fellow human beings with Divine souls. I feel compassion for them and often give them change. But this is a very small part of religion. 

Socialism and communism. are products of organized Jewry. They make the masses dependent on government, increase the debt, get their lackeys elected and provide comfy jobs for their followers. They provide a pretext for embezzling ("redistributing") wealth. 

It's not just Christians who have fallen into this trap. A lot of idealistic Jews make excellent "useful idiots."  People out of touch with God can easily be manipulated. 

Organized Jewry has always had a hidden agenda behind "helping the unfortunate." Fighting "racism", they really want to empower minorities and eliminate white racial competition. Fighting for "women's rights" they want to destroy femininity, marriage and family.  And fighting inequality, they want to destroy religion and culture. They have diverted Christians from their true path and made "culture" a celebration of dysfunction and failure. 

This is not the only way Christians have been Judaized. They have also bought the "Chosen People" ruse and are fanatical supporters of the decidedly unChristian Israeli kleptocracy.  

In a satanic cult, which our godless society has become, values are inverted. Instead of models of health and strength, sickness is cherished and celebrated. We might as well get used to it.  If we believe the Talmud, the goyim are destined to be "unfortunate" i.e. enslaved or killed in war. 

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Related- How to Love God 

First Comment from Tony:

Wow....that article was an eye opener.  I've always hated the idea of exalting the Rock band that did a charity event, but lived ungodly.  But you really brought the point home. 

God cares more about personal prayer and devotion to Himself, and righteousness and holiness.  Churches do "sappy" things all day, but don't call out sin or zero in on a relationship with God and obedience (Like Samuel not King Saul).

Of late, I've also realized that the Church has placed too much upon the Jews and Israel.  They need the blood of Jesus to be saved like everyone else.  Robison (1798) mentions several times that the secret societies hate Christian purity, morals, the family etc....

Thanks!   

Ryan writes:

Henry, I disagree with your take on Debbie and the churches reasons to erect a so-called shrine for her.  

What was built at the church was not a shrine. It's a memorial garden. Debbie is not an idol to be worshiped but an inspiration to remind others like her that they matter and are part of the community. 
Architect Richard Derksen said, he hopes the design of the 168-square-foot garden can pass on comfort and peace to others in the community. He says the garden is a place for parishioners and passersby to sit and chat on the stone benches, admire the flowers or just contemplate life. 

Thessalonians 5:14 "And we urge you, brothers, admonish the idle, encourage the fainthearted, help the weak, be patient with them all."

As for the ruling elite and their passion for philanthropy; they give as a cover for their evil deeds, as well as a tax shelter, and to increase good karma as they truly believe they are doing good.

Matthew 6:2 "So when you give to the needy, do not announce it with trumpets, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets, to be honored by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full.




Scruples, the game of moral dilemmas




Comments for "How Christianity Was Judaized"

Larry C said (February 11, 2017):

Aw but Henry, remember, after Passover Supper Jesus washed his disciples' feet and said:

13 Ye call me, Teacher, and, Lord: and ye say well; for so I am. 14 If I then, the Lord and the Teacher, have washed your feet, ye also ought to wash one another’s feet. 15 For I have given you an example, that ye also should do as I have done to you. ASV

Henry, you are a Jew so by definition you cannot help but Judaize Christianity yourself and you do a consistently obvious job.

Henry. Over the years I've seen Jews seize upon Matthew 5:48 "Be ye therefore perfect, as your father who art in heaven is perfect." as an open invitation to perfect themselves without redemption from sin through Christ's sacrifice on The Cross. Repentance and baptism are foreign terms. Y'all ignore:

12 But to all who received him, who believed in his name, he gave power to become children of God, 13 who were born, not of blood or of the will of the flesh or of the will of man, but of God. John 1,NRSV

Jewish Encyclopedia, p.83: "It is not righteousness, nor even faith—in the Jewish sense of perfect trust in the all-loving and all-forgiving God and Father—which leads to salvation, but faith in the atoning power of Christ's death, which in some mystic or judicial manner justifies the undeserving."(Rom. iii. 22, iv., v.;...).

Henry, I'm not trying to proselytize you. It's just that when I see Christianity distorted from the way it's written in the NT I usually speak up. This especially applies to Baptists who think Jesus is returning in the future. According to the Gospels, the destruction of the Temple and His return were one and the same event.

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Thanks Larry

The difference is that I don't regard Judaism as a religion. You cannot have a religion without a God, and you cannot have a God unless He is universal. The Jewish "God" is for Jews only.

So, while I am certainly not a Christian, In your terms, I am not "Judaizing" Christianity in my terms.

henry


Nadir said (February 11, 2017):

On reading your above words I was astonished, to say the least. As I read it for the first time, I thought this must be a misprint on your part. But then after reading the whole your article, I understood there was no mistake there.

I have been reading your articles for several years now, and I agree with most of them. However, after reading this last article, I have to say that I disagree completely. I say this because, although you hold Christianity in high esteem, you don’t understand the very essence of it.

It would enough for you to read some passages from the New Testament, such as,

The parable of the Good Samaritan: Luke 10: 29-37

or 1 John 4:20:

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Nadir

All I am saying is loving your fellow man is not a substitute for loving God. Nor do I believe this is the primary way to do it. Finally, loving one's fellow man does not mean carrying his burden for him.

henry

If any man say, I love God, and hateth his brother; he is a liar. For he that loveth not his brother, whom he seeth, how can he love God, whom he seeth not?

or:1 John 4:21:

And this commandment we have from God, that he, who loveth God, love also his brother.

to realize how far you missed the target.


Lisa said (February 11, 2017):

Exactly! Protestants and evangelicals are soooooo annoying and stupid! And when helping others we are called to help them get back on the right track and change their lives, lead them to Jesus and a different path in life. Helping them and not addressing their real issues isnt helping them at all. Its only prolonging their lifestyle.


Cecil said (February 11, 2017):

This is so very true. I have sat in many churches in the last 10 years and asked: Why is the church so conspicuously silent on Major issues??

Freedom of speech, outright legal persecution of Christians in North American, censorship, social justice: 'equality' as envy justified, anti-Christian policies and behaviors in Canada and North America, White genocide, and issues of racial identity with respect to the Christian church and societies. How this affects societies, and destroys them, relativizes them.

Yes, these are Christian issues, and the church has not, perhaps in its current form it cannot, address them -- instead they have dodged them, lied about them, and politicized them in their own fashion.

Christian churches have chosen a new 'god': Canadian Christians have been voting to transfer wealth and power to a big secular government.

Many Christians are angry at this negligence by the church. Embarrassed also. To see a church with the displays of Christianity, increasing ostentatious, but not the spirit; a feminized church that cannot address these issues, for it has no ability to understand anger and conflict as anything but evil and unsocial. Hence the weak ties in the church.

There are so many examples of serious repression of Christians in Canada -- why the selective silence? And indeed it is selective.

Diversity means everyone MUST think alike about 'diversity'. Even in the church now. But we are going to take the church back, Enough of this virtue signalling, worldly hypocrisy.


Fred said (February 11, 2017):

Very good article. Excellent

There had to be a balance between doing good and preaching Christ.

All that we do must have presenting Christ as its goal. The good work is to demonstrate his love.

To center good works without the message of Christ makes us a social service organization.

This would preach!


James C said (February 11, 2017):

We can't let the fact that absolute scoundrels often engage in philanthropy free us from our obligations as Christians to help the less fortunate if it is in our power to do so.

We need to follow the words of Christ concerning this matter: "Then shall they also answer him, saying, Lord, when saw we thee an hundred, or athirst, or a stranger, or naked, or sick, or in prison, and did not minister unto thee? Then shall he answer them, saying, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye did it not to one of the least of these, ye did it not to me" (Matthew 25:44-45).


Tony B said (February 11, 2017):

The ashes scattering was enough for me. Christians BURY their dead, they don't burn them. Cremating was instigated by masons. I think they also own the crematoriums, not sure. It goes against Christian concepts.


Anne C said (February 10, 2017):

To take care of the poor and the weak is a command of Christ; but It is true that something is wrong with the Christians in this matter, as your article point out.

I think that this Christians went 'deviant' when they forgot that doing good is only on way to please God and go closer to him. All what a Christian does, matters only because of his relationship with God : "My God, I love you and I want to please you, that is why I try to do good to your creatures, but only because of you, only to show you my love." A very private matter in fact.

Instead they seek to please themselves and get a comfortable feeling ' I am a good person, I do what God command'. But God is nowhere in the picture anymore and they don't even notice it .

It is sad really !


Robert K said (February 10, 2017):

You write: "God is Consciousness, synonymous with spiritual absolutes like Love, Truth, Beauty and Justice." You speak of these as abstract concepts, yet we have been told that without Love in action (charity) we are merely clanging cymbals. The essential doctrine of Christianity is the Incarnation. Materially, there is plenty--and potentially away more than that--to go around. The inability of society to rectify its flaws derives from its separation from true, intelligent charitable thinking.


CR said (February 10, 2017):

It sounds like you got cabalists and Christians mixed up in this one.

1 John 3:17–18

17 But if anyone has the world’s goods and sees his brother in need, yet closes his heart against him, how does God’s love abide in him? 18 Little children, let us not love in word or talk but in deed and in truth.


BT said (February 10, 2017):

Brilliant, Henry! As a devout Christian, I salute you for your courage in telling Christian "Social Justice" dupes what they need to be told. It brings to mind the Marxist Pope's infamous statement that "even atheists will be saved", as long as they do nicey-nice things for charity. No, they will not, and neither will Christians be saved by "good works", but by doing exactly the things you so beautifully described.


Cara said (February 10, 2017):

I'm so glad you posted this today. I've been sitting back and watching, thinking about all of the white (and I hate to even use that anymore, so let's go with the American democrap's) LEFT, which love to think of themselves as the "saviors of the minorities." Little do the "minorities" know that if you study the history of American justice, you will know 110% that it was always the Democratic party which has always been behind the destruction of the family. They started dismantling the black and brown families when they hijacked the civil rights movement, and more recently, they came for the "whites" by pushing forth the LGBT agenda, trans, etc. And, of course, by luring women OUT OF THE HOME (only a Democrap would minimize the JOB OF A MOTHER).

Anyway, my point is, and I've tried to comment it in the DM comment section but it will not get posted; people NEED to read Steven Biko's book, I Write What I Like. He nails the white "left," the saviours of the minorities" for exactly what they are. Look at Baltimore. The democraps have been in control there for how long? And how do minorities fare there? Not too well. BUT THAT IS EXACTLY WHERE THE LEFT WANT THEM. So they can be their "Saviours." In the immortal words of Jim Morrison - WAKE UP!

Obvs. I love your site. I've been reading it everyday for almost ten years now. Thank you and God bless.


Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at