What Does It Mean to Stand with Israel? (Part 4)

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What does it mean to stand with Israel? My wife Lynnette and I were challenged to think about that question in a completely new way on Friday, June 7, when we heard a firsthand account of the terrorist massacre that Hamas unleashed last October 7.

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What Does It Mean to Stand with Israel? (Part 3)

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What are some specific things that we can do to stand with—that is, bless (Gen. 12:3)—the people, nation and land of Israel?

As we documented in the previous installment, we certainly have good reason to desire to do so. As Jesus told the Canaanite woman, “I was not sent except to the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Matt. 15:24). And as He reminded the Samaritan woman, “Salvation is of the Jews” (John 4:22).

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What Does It Mean to Stand with Israel? (Part 2)

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What are we really calling for when we entreat people to stand with the people, nation and land of Israel?

We’ve been pondering that question during this period of unprecedented, frightful and downright dangerous antisemitism—the worst that the world has witnessed since the dreadful days of the Holocaust.

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Did the Jews Kill Jesus?

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“All three of these are true. Behind the death on the cross is the Father, the Son, and you and me. We should be careful, however, in how we talk about these realities.” - Kevin DeYoung

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Why Is Israel Singled Out As the Uniquely Hated State?

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“the world is filled with state actors treating their own or neighboring populations in the most appalling ways, far worse than anything that Israel could remotely be accused of, without attracting anything like the passion and vitriol directed at Jews and Israel.” - Manhattan Contrarian

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Anti-Semitism is Horrible Sin

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“Today’s anti-Semitism is a propaganda machine fed by religious hatred and misinformation. Christians not only must avoid being consumed by it, but also must stand against it.” - P&D

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Survey: Antisemitism on US campuses limited to select schools

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“The survey of 51 public and private universities from The Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies at Brandeis University found a small number of ‘hotspot’ schools where Jewish students faced a hostile environment.” - RNS

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