posted on Feb, 27 2016 @ 07:23 AM
A member said to me yesterday that the book of Revelation did not apply to him because he was a gentile, I know, it's ridiculous.
But it got me thinking, does the world really need to be divided into two kinds of people, Jews and non-Jews? Isn't that kind of disturbing?
I am certain that I am not a gentile or a Jew, and that the term gentile is out of date.
That doesn't stop "Christians " from using it though. How could you be comfortable with a term that is meant to make Jews special, the chosen
But now it's the gentiles claiming chosen one status though. It's a dangerous philosophy. God doesn't judge til after death.
There are no chosen ones, there never have been, and there wont be until the resurrection of the dead, if you believe in the bible.
Let's retire the word gentile, it's just a p.c. way to say goyim, which is the jewish derogatory term for non Jews.
All are equal and the first will be last.
If you think you're a chosen one, think again.
Also, the doctrines apply to Messianic Jews and everyone who follows Jesus Christ, regardless of race or nationality. If Jesus says different, lets
see him say that the rules are different.
edit on 27-2-2016 by Barzini because: (no reason given)