Friday, April 28, 2006
My Personal opinion on this controversy.
This is something new. Like I said, I don't agree with Calvinism. Calvin was a man who created his theocracy in Geneva where religious dissinters were persecuted. Now, as for the KJV, I believe it's an accurate translation of the Bible. I don't believe that the KJV is superior to the original translations of the NT or OT, but an accurate translation. Now, I don't agree with Francis Bacon. History proves that King James resisted Francis Bacon and later made Bacon to leave his post in the British government. So, James disagreed strongly with Bacon.
As for David Bay, I have nothing but respect for the man. I disagree with his Pre-trib views (The Pre-trib rapture was invented by the Jesuits. The early church uniformly was Post-trib) , which the Bible is blatantly Post-trib as said by Jesus in Matthew 24. I've read David Bay's response and he is sincere about his views. He disagreed with Pastor Ron Riffe's unfair bashing of the KJV. Also, Barbara Aho is an interesting character. For the past 2 or 3 years, she's been on an assault on Jewish people. She may say that she is anti-Semitic, but the truth remains that she denies that all tribes existed in Israel after the Babylonian Captivity. Barbara only believes that the tribe of Judah only remained in Israel even after the Second Temple was built, which was long after the Babylonian Captivity. She's totally wrong for the NT clearly mention some of the Lost Tribes living in Israel during the time of the Roman Empire. For example, Luke 2:36 mentions Asher (one of the supposed Lost Tribes) in the Lord. Jesus is called a Jew in John 4:9 plus Peter in Acts 10:28.
In John 4:19-26, Jesus said that salvation is from the Jews. Therefore, By the time of Christ, the terms "Jew" and "Israel" are 100% interchangeable. Jesus Christ is the King of the Jews (Mt. 27:37) and the King of Israel (the twelve tribes) in Mt. 27:42 and John 12:9-13). Barbara Aho readily exposes evil Jewish people (which I have no problem with), but rarely expose the Jesuits, Opus Dei, Knight of Columbus, and other groups with a majority Gentile membership. All of these groups existed from the Ancient Mysteries from Babylon and Egypt, which were Gentiles. Aho's biggest deception is trying to equate Romanism with Judaism. Aho wrote about this deception in his work "MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT CATHOLIC OR JEWISH?"
The truth is that Romanism itself has its influences from Babylonian. True Torah Judaism was supported by God, Moses, and others. All of the rituals during that time were praised of God. Now, many of the ceremonies were oboselete since God doesn't require us to follow all of the old Jewish traditions from the OT, but the chi-rho symbol, confessionals, wafers in mass, Goddess worship, etc. existed not from Jewish people, but from the Gentile Ancient Mysteries. That is a fact. She has never refuted the fact that God's covenant to Abraham in Genesis 12 wasn't replaced. God said it was for Abraham's seed for an everlasting land and for an everlasting covenant. Watch Unto Prayers accepts replacement theology and denies any land covenant to the Jewish people.
They assign Secret societies to Jews like Freemasons, yet 2 Gentiles invented Modern Freemasonry. Watch Unto Prayer uses a lot of truth, but mixes it with anti-Jewish sentiment. They assign any support of Israel or God's covenant with shilling with pro-Kabbalist, evil Zionists, which isn't the case at all. You can still support the good people in Israel and be anti-Kabbala, anti-dual loyality, and anti-apostacy. That's my view. Barbara Aho and Retaking America is right that Cutting Edge should of put a more strong disclaimer that the pro-Bacon guy is 100% wrong on his views on Christianity. Aho is wrong into denying the eternal land covenant given by God to Abraham and his seed. Genesis 12 was never banned or eliminated since the covenant was eternal. The truth is that Romanism itself has its influences from Babylonian. Aho doesn't want people to know that even Paul said that he's a Jew, from the tribe of Benjamin, and God hasn't forsaken his people Israel which he foreknew. Replacement theology is not only praised today by apostate Protestants, British Israelists, and anti-Semites. It's also supported by Roman Catholics.
By TruthSeeker24 (Timothy)