It wouldn't be worth of writing again about anti-whichever
of pastor Baldwin
in hopes to change his views.
He is entitled to his views.
disassociates himself from
being against some entire people (Jews), there is no need for excuses.
Anti-Semitism in people saddens me, but I acknowledge their right to be
such. I would not blame Pastor
anti-Semitism (whether he has it or not) because he is
entitled for it: no questions asked.
However pastor Baldwin
is not entitled for his own
use (and abuse!) of the language, and for deception of the
readership by misapplying the words with a goal to demean or insult
whichever pastor Baldwin
dislikes. What really
outrages me is his persistent abuse of the words "Zionism" and
1) Zionism is merely one case of nationalism, one case of the formula Nation X belongs to
when X =
Jews, period. Nothing less, nothing more. This is a secular
definition. Zionism is
also a religious
idea in Judaism - a
promise by God of the land of Israel for Jews. For this discussion however
the secular meaning suffices.
Instead, pastor Baldwin
singles out particularly
this type of nationalism as though a root of all evils. Pastor Baldwin
is even unashamed to misuse
the term exactly in the way which the Soviet politburo did then, and
the United Nations, European Union and other NWO creatures do now.
(Pastor Baldwin hates NWO and globalism, but
logic be damned).
2) Pastor Baldwin
dares to demean Talmud and
Talmudism. I am not a scholar of Talmud at all. What I know, Talmud is
a collection of Torah's studies and interpretations during millennia by
human beings, intended for the followers of Judaism. I can assume that
some of the authors which contributed to Talmud could err (as
humans do). However Talmud has nothing to do whatsoever with
NWO, socialism, sodomy, abortions, and other new and old
aberrations of humanity, as pastor Baldwin
Nor did Talmud call to proselytize Judaism by any means (never mind
Though in Christianity there is no one
particular collection of
all written works under one title (like Talmud), the actual collection
of those works written by human authors during two millennia of
Christianity is immense. Do you approve all of them, pastor Baldwin
those human works there were slurs and terrible libels against
Jews (leading to tortures and horrendous executions). There was such a
treaties as Malleus
for "The Hammer of Witches") - a "user manual" of horrendous tortures
for extracting "confessions" in heresy or witchcraft. Do you know
anything similar in Talmud, pastor Baldwin
about a beam in your own eye?!
Though I agree, that contemporary Israel is sinful indeed (particularly
in pederasty and liberasty), how is it better in our nation, pastor Baldwin
about a beam in our own eye?!
I am all for the freedom of speech for every writer. I do not encourage
censorship of ideas. However I would welcome if the editors require and
impose some standards in usage of the common words and terms for all
authors. Blame and denounce whichever you dislike, but accurately use
the appropriate words for your ideas! Do not use oxymoron like
"Talmudists are practicing atheists". Talmudists are scholars
practicing Judaism and studying Talmud. (And I do not even go to
rebuffing other claims of the recent pastor Baldwin