PCUSA General Assembly roundup


While divestment from Israel was rejected (though only by the tiniest of margins) at the Presbyterian Church (USA) General Assembly, which scheduled to end tomorrow, other anti-Israel resolutions made it through. Dexter Van Zile has the roundup here.

Author: Stand For Israel | July 6, 2012
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  • Clark
    July 7, 2012
    10:18 am

    Israel has the right to defend herself against terrorism and those that seek to destroy Israel just as any other country. Israel has been very fair-minded to those who are not Jews, but they have to respond strongly to those who would take away their God-promised homeland and “wipe them off the map!” In the Bible God has promised to bless them that bless Israel and to curse them that curse Israel. I believe the Presbyterian Church (USA) would be wise to remember this. If they want to boycott any companies, I would think that they would boycott those that are supporters of Israel’s enemies. All churches including the Presbyterian Church (USA) had better be on guard against the spirit of apostasy of the last days!

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