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Our Hands Are Stained with Blood: The Tragic Story of the Church and the Jewish People [Kindle Edition]

Michael L. Brown , Don Wilkerson
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From the first "Christian" persecutions of the Jews in the fourth century to the horrors of the Holocaust, from Israel-bashing in today's press to anti-Semitism in today's pulpits, this shocking and painful book tells the tragic story that every Christian must hear.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2875 KB
  • Print Length: 251 pages
  • Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers (1 July 1992)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001YQF0B8
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
By M. D Roberts VINE VOICE
This excellent book, which desperately needed to be written, is devoted primarily to the tragic relationship between the Christian Church and the Jewish people.
The writer strives to impart to Christians the recognition of their legacy & heritage from the Jews that indeed existed in the early days of the Church whose members were nearly all Jews themselves.
The author also studies the 'Israel bashing' in today's press/media together with the anti-Israel bias of the UN in relation to the Middle East situation. This plus the 'Christian' persecution of the Jews through the ages and even anti-Semtism preached through some channels of the 'Church' today.
Included foremost is the flawed doctrine taught in some areas of 'replacement theology', which teaches that the 'Church' has 'replaced' Israel in all of God's promises. Despite these Divine promises being made directly to and in relation to the people and nation of Israel, and where those promises were unequivocally & unconditionally everlasting !
Further to this the author actually examines & emphasises many of these Divine promises to Israel & the Jewish people in Scripture, past, present and future (Old & New Testaments).
This superb book stresses in no uncertain terms that Christians need to understand the pain and suffering that countless 'pseudo-Christians' have brought upon the Jewish people over the years and the increasing necessity now for a healing and reconciliation of some magnitude.
The writer illustrates that without an understanding of Scripture, many readers will fail to understand or in any way comprehend, the hatred and vilification towards the Jews throughout history & even the present day.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Heartrending history, and a warning 31 July 2005
Published in 1992, this book has proved prophetic in giving early warning of the tide of Anti-Semitism currently spreading around the globe. Some passages are too painful to read; I had to avert my eyes in places, but the author explains the situation with great insight and clarity.

The first chapter, Final Solution, provides holocaust experiences from the memoirs of survivors. I suggest sensitive readers handle this section with care. The author then explains how this horror was rooted in nearly 2000 years of dehumanisation of the Jewish people by Christians. Throughout history, the weapons used have been forced conversion, expulsion and finally, attempted annihilation.

There are sickening quotes from Church fathers like St John Chrysostom, Bernard of Clairvaux and Peter the Venerable. Martin Luther's demented words from 1543 reveal the mind of a raving lunatic, whilst last century, the Lutheran theologian Gerhard Kittel made very disturbing statements.

In the chapter A Blessed And Beautiful Stream, the author discusses Christians who loved the Jewish people. Foremost amongst them were Puritans like John Owen (1616 - 1683), Robert Leighton and Samuel Rutherford whose inspiring and moving words include a vision of Israel's restoration. There were also Scottish Presbyterians like Robert Murray M'Cheyne and others from different traditions.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Few things hurt more than the truth 27 Nov. 2014
Few things hurt more than the truth. I used to think that the Palestinians were the 'good guys' and the Israelis were the 'bad guys.' But, then I spent time reading the Palestinian claims and found them peppered with nothing short of lies. For Islam is a religion which allows you to lie. (see the Islamic website,_Hadith_and_Scholars:Lying_and_Deception.) Nothing the Jews of Israel have said were lies. But, what bugs many Christians is that Jews have the audacity to believe that the Bible was written for them, and its promises are theirs!

And, of course, that is the problem. With the exception of Luke, all authors of everything in the Christian Bible are Hebrews (or, if you prefer, Jews.) And every promise made in the Bible applies to Jews. Every promise? Yes. For either these are promises made explicitly to the Children of Israel (e.g. the Old testament, or, Tanakh) or these are promises that also apply to Jews who follow Yeshua HaMashiax (Jesus Christ.)

Further, everything Jesus spoke he spoke to or around Jews. When Jesus spoke he spoke to Jews. The promises are for them. Everything he said is true, as is every word his Father said. To deny the promises of God is to deny His very core faithfulness and trustworthiness; to reduce him to being a fallible man. To believe that the promises to the Jews are nullified, and that God has abandoned his disobedient covenant people for the gentiles, is to believe that this is in God's nature. Then Islam must be correct, the Christians (what an unfaithful and unreliable bunch they are) have been abandoned too, and their new covenant has been ripped up, and the promises to Abraham are Ishmael's, and Moses and Jesus are Muslim prophets.
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A great read would recommend it to anyone with an interest in Christianity.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A good Christian Apologetic
We to know this stuff and use it with the Bible in our hands to see the depth of love we need to show those who brought the gospel to us at such a cost whilst we shunned them.
Published 17 months ago by Mr. David Giles
1.0 out of 5 stars Garbage
The option of zero stars was not available hence I gave it one.
This book was a complete waste of time, and totally biased so much so I was actually getting angry with it... Read more
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I can not add to the previous reviews, other than to reaffirm that this is a book that every Christian should read and there should be copies available in every single church. Read more
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