My 4-Year Career Reporting on Messiah and Why I Know It’s Happening
"Indeed, my God does nothing Without having revealed His purpose To His servants the Neviim.”
The history of relations between Jews and non-Jews has been almost exclusively a story of Jewish persecution. There is not a single country that has not expelled, forcibly converted, or killed its Jewish population. Throughout Europe, Jews were treated much as they were in Egypt, mistrusted as a stranger and punished for this sin. A fundamental change among some sect of Christianity in England accompanied the beginnings of modern Zionism and to the foundation of the State of Israel.
This Christian love of a Jewish State is unprecedented and goes against any logical understanding of history. As a movement, it began toward the end of the 19th century, but gained momentum after the Second World War but has blossomed in recent years. It is expressed as a love of Israel but such a love of another nation is unparalleled. This is a Bible-based religious phenomenon; a love of the covenant between God and Abraham.