Saturday, August 12, 2006

Should We Attack Israel?

Here is a tongue-in-cheek column from Laurence Vance:

We must impose sanctions. We must attack. We must invade. We must launch a preemptive strike. This country has attacked one of our ships. This country has numerous weapons of mass destruction, including a sophisticated nuclear capability. This country is one of only four countries that have not ratified the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. This country has attacked the infrastructure of a sovereign country. This country has a government that is propped up by billions of dollars of foreign aid taken from U.S. taxpayers. This country has spied on the United States, and obtained classified information. This country has a powerful lobby in the United States that many feel exercises undue influence over the U.S. government. And now, this country has bombed civilians in Christian areas of a sovereign country.

We have no choice; it is inevitable: The U.S. government must go to war against Israel.


Vance also calls out John Hagee and Rick Warren for abandoning evangelism in the name of creating dialog:

Other evangelical Christians have likewise exchanged evangelism for dialogue. Another megachurch pastor, Rick Warren, of Saddleback Church in Southern California, spoke this past June 16 at Sinai Temple, a Jewish synagogue, during "Friday Night Live Shabbat services." According to Rob Eshman, the editor-in-chief of The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles: “"arren managed to speak for the entire evening without once mentioning Jesus – a testament to his savvy message-tailoring." Warren also told Ron Wolfson, the Rabbi who invited him, that “"is interest is in helping all houses of worship, not in converting Jews."

1 Comments:

Blogger Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Laurence Vance is a clever chap.

2:35 PM  

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