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    • Efox
    • 09.09.06 | 12:29 (IDT)

    The phrase Christianity is often preceded by the word Judeo-. I see Christianity as a Jewish sect, severed from Judaism by a set of unlikely traditions, well symbolized in transubstantiation, the consumption of “The Blood of Christ”. He who consumes any manner of blood is severed from his people, so Christian and Jew is severed; but should this mean poor relations? We have more in common than not and Christian Values are adapted from our own, in many ways kinder, though aggressive in recruitment, one thing we are not. This adaptation is also far more honest than anything Islam could pretend, try converting them and see what it gets you. Christianity has not always been true to itself. Not supporting Israel is a further example of this.

    from the article: Rethinking Jewish American deterrence
    First published 00:00 07.09.06 | Last updated 00:00 07.09.06
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