The Theological Necessity of “Noticing” the Jews

This article makes the theological case that it is a Christian duty to “notice” who the Jews are.  There was a lot of “noticing” in the Bible.

And yet,

Should this not cause us to sit up and pay attention?

Noticing looks like this:

  • I noticed the Jewish and homosexual governor of Colorado, Polis, married another Jewish homosexual in a Jewish ceremony.  
  • I noticed that the Vice-President is married to a Jew. 
  • Attorney General, Merrick Garland, whose agency is targeting pro-life advocates and traditional Catholics, is Jewish. 
  • I notice that the head of DHS, Mayorkas, is Jewish. 
  • I notice that WEF leader Klaus Schwab is Jewish.
  • I noticed that Noah Hurari, also of the WEF, is is  Jewish and he said “We just don’t need the vast majority of population.”  
  • I notice that  many of our foreign policy mavens are Jewish, including the Secretary of State Blinken, and also Victoria Nuland who so skillfully guided American policy toward the Ukraine which is lead by another Jew, Zelinsky.  
  • I noticed that, until RGB passed away, three of the nine Supreme Court Justices were Jewish when Jews make up 2% of the general population.  (When RGB passed, they replaced her a woman who was unable to define what a woman is). 
  • Or that Noel Ignatiev, who said ““If you are a White male, you don’t deserve to live. You are a cancer,” is also Jewish.
  • I noticed that comedian Jon Stewart is Jewish, and that he hates whites.

This list could go on for a long  time, but I only mention this by example.  The real purpose is to arm Christians with the theological necessity of “noticing.”  If the Bible overwhelming notices Jews, so should the Christian.

 And the Jews absolutely hate this.  They will say what they said in Acts 5:28: “you have filled Jerusalem with your teaching and intend to bring this Man’s blood upon us.”  Same today as two-thousand years ago. Same cast of characters. Same tactics, techniques and procedures.  Same guilt manipulation. Same playing the victim that is described in Acts 5:28.

“It doesn’t matter if they are Jewish,” many say.  Except it matters when folks are black and white and homosexual and Hispanic and trans and pretty much everything else.  They are counting them these days in the White House — so proud of so many non-whites and non-heterosexuals.  But they don’t count the Jews in power because, yeah, you’re “not supposed to notice.”

“It doesn’t matter,” they say, except it does matter.  The Bible matters. Jesus Christ matters.  And both absolutely notice the Jews.

Jesus had pointed opinions of the Jews; they were his constant enemies, and enemies of the early Church in the Book of Acts.  While many evangelicals happily  proclaim that the Book of Acts is “still being written;“ but would they still write the same cast of characters? Or would they make the Jews the heros?  Sadly, many would.  

Jews demand Christians change the Bible: “the Jewish community should work with our Christian brothers to ensure that any antisemitic verses in one of the most widely read bibles on earth be formally repudiated and be re-interpreted clearly, securely and anew.”

Scripture explicitly warns Christians against this in 2 John 7-11.  Jesus warned His Church that if we were ashamed of His Words, he would denounce us

The bottom line theological interpretation of Jews was pronounced by Jesus Christ in Revelation 2:9 and Revelation 3:9.  Everything in John and Acts backs this up. The Holy Scripture warns that Jews are not pleasing to God, and are hostile to all mankind. 

The Holy Scriptures, by example, instructs the Christian to notice who the Jews are, to identify them as the hostile actors, and to make no compromise with them whatsoever. 2 John 1:7-11.

Jesus Christ is the Chief Theological Official for Christianity. Once you accept the “final word” on the Jews as determined by Jesus Christ Himself, you can discard other deceptions. 

Christ’s Final Word on the Jew: 

“those who say they are Jews, and are not, but are a synagogue of Satan.” Revelation 2:9

And this:

 Behold, I will make those of the synagogue of Satan, who say that they are Jews and are not, but lie—I will make them come and bow down before your feet, and make them know that I have loved you. Revelation 3:9

For Christians who deny these two specific verses, “God will take away his part from the tree of life and from the holy city.” (Rev 22:9)


Jews will howl and play the victim, just like they did with the early church (Acts 5:28).  Expect it. Do not let it worry you. Respond like Peter did: “we must obey God rather than men.” (Acts 5:29).

If the Holy Scriptures “notices,” and calls out the Jews like Jesus Christ did in John 8 and Scripture does in the Book of Acts, then it is a Christian duty to notice, recognize, and call out those enemies of Jesus Christ, not to become their protectors.  



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