Christian Nation?

The Christian paradox: How a faithful nation gets Jesus wrong

A truly Christian nation wouldn’t fall for the replacement theology of Sunday for Sabbath, pagan holidays for biblical festivals, doctrines of demons for the plain truth of the Bible, all faithfully observed by Yeshua and the early Church of God in Jerusalem, but the United States of Manasseh has been – in many ways – a Christian nation in feeding the world (appropriately since we’ve received, with our British-Israelite brethren, Joseph’s Birthright), while trusting charity begins at home and folks ought to work to eat who can. Furthermore, the “turn the other cheek” teaching merely means on an interpersonal level we should be willing to go the extra mile, and on a national level we shouldn’t be trigger happy, as the Law of Moses graced by the Sermon on the Mount testify.

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