Wait, don’t click away. We know. We know. There are a lot of important “isms” out there, and many are in the news these days. So, why should you give this particular one your attention?
You might think anti-Semitism isn’t really a problem anymore, post-Holocaust, but hang on a sec. Give a listen, and find out more. You’ll probably hear things you’ve never heard before, plus some powerful insights into how good people can be swayed into unfortunate beliefs.
In this episode of A Jew and A Gentile Discuss, Carly asks Ezra:
In turn, Ezra asks Carly to share what she has seen of anti-Semitism, and her answer holds a word of caution for all Believers.
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Along the way, you’ll learn about
Words you might learn in this episode
Chutzpah, “The Jewish Problem,” Replacement Theology, BDS
Scriptures referenced in this episode
Genesis 3:15, Genesis 17:20–21, Genesis 25:23, Genesis 28:14–15, Malachi 1:2, 2 Timothy 1:10, Hebrews 2:14, Revelation 20:14, Romans 9:10–11
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