Basically, we believe God made an everlasting covenant with Israel. We do not believe the church replaces Israel (replacement theology). We believe there is biblical prophetic significance with Israel today. We believe that individual Jews need to hear and accept the Gospel just like every human being does, but the Bible is clear that Israel is the apple of His eye, and as believers, we have been grafted in. We have published two books by living Holocaust survivors and carry numerous other materials about the Holocaust, finding it to be one of the most atrocious acts every committed against humanity and particularly against the Jews. We believe Satan hates the Jews and Christians with a special vengeance.
We have posted numerous articles in the past several years that illustrate our concern for and interest in Israel and the Jewish people. In 2011, we began carrying Tony Pearce’s book, The Messiah Factor, which we find to be one of the best books we have read regarding Israel and the Jews. Below are a couple extracts from that book. We have also posted some articles by Pastor Bill Randles, who has written extensively about Israel. Below are some of those articles as well as others we have posted. Hopefully, these articles will clearly show our views regarding Israel and the Jewish people.
- Israel in comparison to Arab countries: Israel – Red; Arab Countries: Green
SOME OF OUR COVERAGE OF ISRAEL AND THE JEWISH PEOPLE:
Hitler was NOT a Christian: A Christian Response to a False Accusation by Lighthouse Trails
Who Really Killed Jesus? (A word to those who hate the Jews) by Tony Pearce
Balaam, On Being Paid to Curse Israel by Bill Randles
New York Times: America’s Policy Towards Israel Officially Shifts from The Berean Call
Why the Heathen Rage in a World Gone Amiss by Bill Randles
Obama and the Mourning of Israel Video with Bill Randles
Interesting Times? . . . Actually it is the End Times by Bill Randles
Israel and Prophetic Proof by The Berean Call
A Right and Left Hook to the Bible by Mike Oppenheimer
LT Statement on Luther and His Later Views Toward the Jews by Lighthouse Trails