Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by freeandfun1, Mar 30, 2005.
Do Jews Have a Divine Right in the Promised Land?
Interesting----so you think that Jewish claims on Israel are contingent on their behavior?
No, the claim is valid, but yes, possession is contingent on them maintaining the covenant with G-d. Since they have not, G-d has not allowed them maintain full possession of their lands.
So should Christians move into Israel? Or, more precisely, Christian Jews?
Frankly, I have never really thought about that but I guess that if they are Christian Jews then they should as that land was given to them by G-d. I would think that if they didn't, they would be rejecting G-d's gift and I am not sure HOW He would look at that....
You mean Jews that have converted ?? I'm lost.
Yes. There actually is a growing movement of Jews converting and they call themselves "Jews for Jesus".
Some are also called 'Reformed Jews'.
Don't think reformed Jews believe in Jesus tho
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