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|05-04-2019 06:43 PM|
Where are the Sanhedrin in today's Israel?
Apparently they are still trying to resurrect the Sanhedrin, just as they are preparing to build the third temple.
...And likely it is part of that program..having little to do with the current government .
|05-04-2019 06:38 PM|
Israel & Judah were separate entities at the time.
Of course most Jewish rabbis claim Jesus was not fully descended from David...it is in their interest to do so... for obvious reasons.
Here is a rundown of the Israeli 2019 election...the Sanhedrin are not even mentioned;
|05-04-2019 04:16 PM|
The only thing that matters is a true honest picture of these various countries, and not the propaganda image. In the case of Iran, Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries we have a fair picture who and what they are, and they're not pretending to be different from what they are.... But In the case of Israel we have for American consumptive a white wsshed sanitised untrue portrait of what goes on there.
I think Anna in the Middle East blog and Jack Bernstein, An American Jew in Israel site draws a much more accurate picture of what Israel is really about.
As for the nascent Sandhedrin, they're back and holding court again as highest authorities in the land.
|05-04-2019 10:15 AM|
Originally Posted by Dee View Post
|05-04-2019 09:50 AM|
|Dee||And all this matters!🙈|
|05-04-2019 06:57 AM|
The media and periodicals often pronounce Israel as a secular society.
|05-04-2019 03:19 AM|
|goodshot||Just not true TM.|
|05-04-2019 02:41 AM|
Correction....I have never said Israel is 'secular'. I have always called that country a Marxist Jewish Theocracy. The sanhedrin is the equivalent of Iranian mullahs. Marxism happens to fit jewish theocracy very well indeed. That group of rabbinate basically run the place. Most Christians have been driven out of Israel.
Do not stand on a street corner in Israel proselytizing and handing out New Testaments _ _ that is if you don't want to end up missing.
|05-03-2019 10:30 AM|
"Today there are enough Messianic Jews in Israel, that they have their own clergy and would likely prefer doing it that way."
Thanks IG- I didn't know that, I knew there was a great increase in Christianity in keeping with the His work in these days of removing the blinders of the Jews to recognize and accept Jesus as their Messiah.
|05-01-2019 11:53 AM|
When I saw your link, and your statement that the Sanhedrin have outlawed marriages between Messianic Jews, it was no surprise..
Since the country is as you say, basically secular, the rulings of the Sanhedrin have little or no effect upon the government, per se.
Today there are enough Messianic Jews in Israel, that they have their own clergy and would likely prefer doing it that way.
I don't blame the Sanhedrin for such a move, if lovely couple of Buddhists wanted me to perform their marriage, I would likely, kindly refer them to the nearest Buddhist temple.
I don't know about any New Testament effrontery, but I have many friends who have travelled to Israel, both with groups and unescorted..and I have had no reports of friction with the locals, even though they carried their Bibles in the open.
….Doubt I would want to try that in Saudi Arabia, Yemen or Iran !
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