Tag Archives: Judas Iscariot

Interview with Judas Iscariot

Fritz Berggren (FB): Welcome to bloodandfaith.com.  I appreciate your willingness to be here — our readers can’t wait to hear what you have to say. Judas Iscariot (JI): You are welcome.  I don’t get our much . . . FB:  … Continue reading

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Jews, Europeans, and Judas Iscariot

Siding with the Jews is the biblical definition of treason against Jesus Christ. European man declares Jesus Christ innocent. The Jews murdered Him.

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The Frankfurt School and The Long March Through the Institutions

 The Frankfurt School and The Long March Through the Institutions. How “they” took over America. Christ v. Anti-Christ — there is no third path. Who were the Frankfurt school? It is the same people who were the enemies of … Continue reading

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What Treason Looks Like

The Biblical definition of treason is siding with the Jews. Judas Iscariot is a founding member of that Fraternity of Treason. This fraternity is populated by men who were called and chosen to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. They … Continue reading

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Treason Toward Jesus Christ: The Fraternity of Judas Iscariot

Judas Iscariot is not a “one-off.”  The church is full of preachers of the Gospel, praying for the sick, casting out demons, and yet siding with the Jews. This is a problem and the name is called Treason. Siding with … Continue reading

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Judas Iscariot

About Judas Iscariot and betrayal. J.I. is a key figure, not just in the story of the ”life of Jesus,” but of Christian theology and man’s relationship with God. Betrayal is common.

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Angry, But Not Silent

Judas Iscariot as the role model for modern Christianity.

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