[To Joseph Farah:] I just made a tiny donation to WND – nothing to crow about. But it was done half heartedly – was almost as reluctant to give as I was happy. That is because your work does as much damage as it does good, by legitimizing the Roman Catholic Church and Eastern Orthodox Church as just another harmless, albeit misguided, bunch of denominations.
Protestant denominations also, no doubt, are badly backsliden at this time – but by no means can they be lumped together with the twin masterpieces of Satan, birthed by Constantine the Great from the Vatican an ... continue reading »
It reminds me that Christians must be “separate and apart” from all pagan practices and participation. And we must warn everyone about the seriousness of this evil environment and its consequences – the terrible tribulations that will be God’s judgments on disbelievers.
If you believe that WND is God’s work, then why do you seek help from man? None of the apostles asked their followers for money to keep their ministry going. As a senior minister of Christ, let me urge you to read about the life of George Mueller and why he says that a servant of God should not appeal to man for doing God’s work. Here’s a passage about that great servant of God:
[To Joseph Farah:] As a practicing Catholic, I am in total agreement with your column “Lead us not into blaming God’s Word.” I made a similar point to a friend when this was first reported in the press, that the prayer is for the Lord to spare us from testing our faith and in no way means the Lord is leading us toward sin. You are correct; the pope is not.
I have long admired WND and its staff of talented reporters and writers for its sympathetic and truthful treatment of the state of Israel, as well as its articles reflecting Torah-true Judaism. It therefore pained me greatly to see not one, but two major articles about Pastor Carl Gallups’ thesis and massive publicity, book and DVD campaign about “The Rabbi who found Messiah” on WND.
Gallups’ thesis is inimical and highly offensive to Torah observant Jews and a particularly audacious form of insult ... continue reading »