Rabbi: “UN is Replacement Theology on Steroids”

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz, Breaking Israel News— The United Nations has played a leading role in rewriting history as part of its anti-Israel agenda. A recent editorial in Christian media compared this to replacement theology and one rabbi agreed, noting that pro-Palestinian forces have taken this hated doctrine further than the Church ever had. Brandon Shirkey…

Repentance for Christians Involves Rejecting Replacement Theology

By Rivkah Lambert Adler, Breaking Israel News— Rabbi Tuly Weisz, director of Israel365 and the publisher of The Israel Bible and Breaking Israel News believes that the rejection of replacement theology by contemporary Christians is a “prerequisite for all of the other stages of geula (redemption).” He told Breaking Israel News, “As a Jewish rabbi, I’m…

Christ at the checkpoint still demonizing Israel

By Susan Warner, Frontpagemag— Two years ago, in a news briefing, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) was among the first to sound the alarm that Evangelical Christians had launched an organized effort to abandon their long-held Biblical commitment to Israel: “Just when the annual ‘Israel Apartheid Week’ campaign will be hitting college campuses across…

Temple Mount Conflict Proves Islamic ‘Replacement Theology’ Seeks to Usurp All Religions

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz, Breaking Israel News— The conflict over the Temple Mount is a clear manifestation of Islamic replacement theology, a noted archaeologist told the Knesset on Wednesday. It is the site’s holy status in Judaism that is the basis of Islam’s interest, and this phenomenon has been seen throughout history, with Islam appropriating…

On modern anti-Semitism, Christian silence is complicity

By Carla Brewington, Christian Post— In the 1930s in Germany, many caved to the dangerous political agenda of the time. They wanted power, peace, and prosperity, to reclaim their country from the ravages of World War I. Christians were no different. But in doing so, they embraced the words of Martin Luther. In 1539, in…