Doctor Who and the Messianic Jew Scammers

I am a Whovian, a big time fan of Doctor Who. For those of you that have never heard of the television series; Doctor Who is a science fiction show from England that can be seen on BBC America and some Public stations. He is a Time Lord that with companions, travels in the TARDIS, (a  blue phone box that is bigger on the inside)  and saves our and alien worlds. He does not die, but every few years, regenerates with a new face and body.

This past Sunday morning BBC America began a new show entitled, Breakfast With The Doctor, highlighting when Tom Baker played the Doctor.  This episode sent the Doctor back in time to stop the development of the Daleks, metal killing machines encasing human minds that have had all emotions removed. Their mission, to make everyone the same as them or exterminate them.

In the end, the Doctor is only partially successful, merely delaying their progress. As he and his companions head back to the TARDIS, his companions lament that the Daleks will still be in their future. The Doctor makes a very insightful observation that a lot of good has come from the destruction wrought by the Daleks. In fear of them, worlds have united and people have become stronger in their desire to maintain their way of life.

That started me thinking about how Jews have stayed strong and maintained their identity for over five thousand years. We have always had an enemy either trying to convert us or kill us, sometimes both. Presently, we have many enemies; just look at all of the problems in the Middle East. Arab leaders still want to push us into the sea. In Israel, Jews of all levels of observance are united in defending their homeland but there is another enemy, one that is slowly and insidiously wrapping its tentacles around not just Israel but anywhere in the world where Jews live. That enemy is the Evangelical Ministries that promote and support messianic “Judaism” and other groups with the same purpose. What is that purpose? To destroy Judaism through the lie that you can believe in Jesus and still be Jewish.

Evangelical Christian ministries are like the Daleks . Single-minded in: their pursuit of destroying all faiths that would dare to be different from theirs, their desire to convert as many Jews as possible before, what they believe to be, the second coming, and in their use of any means possible, including mimicry of Judaism , lies and deceit, to achieve their goals.

I suppose we are lucky. In the past, Christians tortured and killed those who refused to convert; from the Saxons, to the Crusades, to the Holocaust. The Nazis were not the only ones to run extermination camps. In Croatia for example, extermination camps were run by Catholic Ustasha There were even concentration camps exclusively for children! The most notorious camp they ran was Jasenovac, headed by a Franciscan Friar. To learn more about this you can look at this site: http://serbianna.com/analysis/archives/1182.

Evangelical Christians do not kill us, they merely love us to the death of our faith. Why do they set up these so called synagogues where Christians, who go to church on Sunday, dress up like Jews on Saturday. They wear our talessim and tsit-tsis, they have Torahs, though usually not a kosher Jewish Torah. Their prayers, both in Hebrew and English sound familiar to any Jew that has gone to Hebrew school but they are inundated with the worship of Yehosuah (Jesus).

I assume that unlike the Daleks, evangelical Christians have souls, emotions and the ability to tell right from wrong. Here then is the problem. From its inception, Christianity has believed that it has the right to force others to convert to their beliefs. It is their mantra, their mission. The arrogance of such a belief is beyond my ken. As a Jew, I have always been taught to respect all religions but stay faithful to my own. I have learned that we do not seek converts but rather discourage them. However, if a person truly wishes to convert, we teach them and once they have converted it is as if they have been Jewish all their lives.

Christianity is an enigma to me. I can not understand the mindset of a person or group that believes it is their right to change who I am, what I am. It is as if, like the Daleks, they have one mission in life, to make everyone the same as them or as we have seen in the not so distant past; exterminate them.

Will they destroy the Jewish people through conversion? I hope that my fellow Jews, especially those in Israel, will wake up and see just how far the evangelicals have advanced and unite against them. These phony “Jewish”  groups cannot exist once the harsh light of truth shines down on them. Read my other posts, learn about the different organizations and how they operate. Understand that it is our turning a blind eye to them that allows them to grow and flourish.

Can we compete against the billions of dollars being spent to convert us? Can we save Israel from becoming a Christian nation? Sure we can! We just have to know our enemy to defeat it. I am a Whovian. How can I not believe that some day, the Daleks will be defeated.

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6 thoughts on “Doctor Who and the Messianic Jew Scammers

    • Arik,
      I appreciate your comment, especially since it came at about the same time as the next one I am going to answer. That one states that G-d will give me, “….the gift of faith in Yeshua….” You might enjoy my answer to this person.
      Let me also say that we need to unite against another enemy, the Islamic terrorists that are killing innocent Israelis under horrendous circumstances. The intifada has been called and it will spread throughout Europe and then the rest of the world unless it is permanently stopped now. The anti-Semitic reporting and comments by self-hating Jews has to end so that the truth of these monsters can be seen.

    • Diana,
      I have the feeling that one of two things happened before you made your comment. You either did not understand what I wrote or you didn’t bother to read it and just made a comment to further your own agenda.

      Odds are that you are one of those fanatic Baptist Christians who believe that for the second coming to arrive, Jews must be made to accept Christ, by whatever means necessary. Too bad you picked on a Jew that does not want your so-called. “…gift of faith in Yeshua…” If you love the same G-d I do, you know that the original ten statements that He gave to Moses stated that He is the Lord our G-d and that we shall have no other G-d’s before Him. That includes worshipping Jesus.

      Christianity is a religion that was ripped off from Judaism by Paul. Now people like you are trying to do it again with your working very hard to fool Jews with what seems to be a Jewish house of worship, which it is definitely not! Christ was not the Messiah and if a Jew is fooled into thinking that way, he is no longer considered to be a Jew; although if he comes to his senses, he will again be considered Jewish. The difficulty is that he will be under suspicion for a long time as Christian former Jews have come back just to try and convert other Jews.

      My job is to educate my fellow Jews so you people will fail and you WILL fail!

  1. You have a wonderful blog. I’m sorry to hear about the illness. It’s terrible.

    I was raised in an evangelical home. I was less then 10 years old when I realized that it’s an insane mess. No need to list the reasons because you seem to understand exactly.

    I went through five years of Jewish conversion to bring me to the place I am today. I have three beautiful sons, two dishwashers and one amazing beautiful Isaeli husband. 🙂 BTW the two dishwashers is a culinary dream. 🙂

    Anyway, today I’m in mourning for the loss of my family. I drove my kids to Arizona to visit their much beloved cousins and what could go wrong? Drum roll. They told my six year old that God was a man and died 2000 ago. I haven’t slept for two nights. Broken heart.

    On my life, I’m still in shock. I had a crazy fight with my parents. The type where you really let somebody know what you feel about their insane beliefs but would never say out loud because it’s to hateful to recover from. I would have left already but it’s a seven hour drive to LA and I have epilepsy so I need be in a very good condition or have my husband fly in.

    Here is where I realized how hateful these evangelicals are. I mean to say that although I understand everything you said I really didn’t think that in my own family it would apply to me. Wow, I’m just not the smartest tool in the shed.

    Every one of your readers need to take your words and print them in their brains. Because you are dead on.

    Last night I very gently and diplomatically asked my cousin if there was a way she could gently ask her kids to refrain from telling my children that God was a 2000 years dead human…..,.

    Her response…..NO. Absolutely No. No way in hell she would consider asking her seven year old to respect us.

    The reason is clear. They want to convert five kosher Jews into their sick perversion of the Torah.

    I’m just in shock and I’m angry at myself for being so naive as to thinking this would work.

    My family is lost to me.

    BTW you will see that I have still been using my original first name. After the events of this week I’m going to need to work my way around using the one on my Katuba. It’s about time.

    • Dear Michal,
      You made me laugh (I have only one dishwasher, that I use for dairy) and then you made me cry. It is so difficult when the family that should love, uses their religion as a weapon against you and your children. I will tell you my family story and perhaps it will help you to mend fences.

      There has been a lot of intermarriage in my family and those who have, still maintain their Jewish identity. I find it best to be respectful of other’s beliefs and not engage in any religious discussions. It is very easy to forget that the person marrying into your family, struggles with fitting in and understanding Jewish ways. Extend that to your situation where your family is struggling to understand why you chose to not accept their faith system, however misguided you feel it to be.

      Here is a perfect example of how hurt feelings can lead to either family breaks or family healing. My daughter has always loved her Jewish heritage but had a difficult time with the concept of an organized religion and the worship of G-d. She ended up marrying a Christian man who was raised as an agnostic, very much in line with her own dogma. They married and gave us two beautiful grandchildren. Prior to the marriage a promise was made that their future children would be raised strictly Jewish with no Christianity in their home. Eventually that promise became to hard for him to keep and I learned that there was now a Christmas tree in their home during the Christmas season. I expressed my disappointment and told my daughter that although she had a right to raise her children in what she calls historical Judaism and the fun part of Christianity (Santa, Easter eggs, etc.) I would not visit their home when there was a tree or other trappings of Christianity. The first year passed with no problems. As the next winter season approached, my daughter said she needed to talk to me. She quietly explained that my son-in-law came to our home for Chanukah and Pesach, participating fully in the holidays. She wanted to know why if he was so giving, why I would insult him by refusing to come to his home because they had a mini-table-top tree. I said that I would think about it and I did. I realized that I was hurting a man that was a wonderful husband to my daughter and a fantastic father to my grandchildren. That year, my husband and I went to their home during Chanukah, knowing there would be a tree. We brought Chanukah gifts and I even brought a snowman soap dispenser for my son-in-law, wrapped in Christmas paper. I never even noticed the tree until we were preparing to leave. When I did, I called my son-in-law over and asked him if any of the ornaments were special to him. His eyes lit up and he showed me several ornaments from his childhood.

      This was a small gesture on my part but it bridged a gap that could have widened until there was hate where there had been love. Was it difficult for me? It was extremely difficult and yet I was able to do it. Would I be ecstatically happy if my son-in-law converted to Judaism? Of course I would but he will not. What makes it tolerable to me is that I know he truly does not believe in Christ even though he chooses to have fun celebrations with his young children. In the years to come, they will slowly explain their beliefs more succinctly. I raised my daughters to think for themselves and they are raising their children the same way.

      In my perfect world, everyone would be Jewish so that there would be no wars based on religion and no inhumane treatment due to a difference in dogma. So Michal, in this imperfect world we all share, your family is never truly lost to you. Here is my unsolicited advice and take what you want from it. As a Jew by choice, you have conflicted feelings about your family because they are now so different from you. Allow some time to pass so all tempers have cooled. Contact your family by mail or email. Honestly explain that you will continue to respect their right to believe as they choose and ask only the same in return. Make it clear that religion is not to be discussed at any time, especially in front of your children. If certain members of your family cannot accept this simple request, then it is absolutely permissible to cut them out of your life. You took a long road to become an observant Jew and you do not want this compromised.

      I sincerely hope that your parents at least, will agree to this as I am sure that you have some fond memories and would like your children to know their grandparents. I wish you strength for your journey and happiness at the end of it, whichever way it goes.

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