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The Emerging Dispensation of the Antichrist

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  • The Emerging Dispensation of the Antichrist

    It is long but well written,

    The deceiving of orthodox Jews

    Orthodox reforms in Israel are committed to the continued rejection of Jesus Christ as the Jewish Messiah, and will obviously suit the false messiah plan of action. He will pose as Israelís Messiah-King, and allow the rebuilding of the temple as well as the reintroduction of animal sacrifices. By reviving these sacrifices, orthodox Jews will patently reject the once for all sacrifice of Jesus on the cross.

    An important step towards rebuilding the temple was the reestablishment of Israelís Sanhedrin council. The group consists of 71 prominent rabbis and considers itself as the highest ruling religious authority in the land of Israel. The Sanhedrin reformed on the 13th of October, 2004, for the first time in over 1600 years, but they do not enjoy official recognition in the land. They announced in 2005 that one of the tasks they are employed in is locating the exact site on which Herodís Temple (the Second Temple) once stood. This will allow final planning for the rebuilding of the Temple.

    Rabbi Chaim Richman, one of the prominent members of the Sanhedrin, said that the rebuilding of the temple would be of great significance in strengthening the cultural and religious identity of the Jewish people. He denounces the governmentís policy to withdraw from parts of Jewish land, thereby relinquishing Israelís dream of full restoration. The Sanhedrin seeks ways to strengthen the roots of Jewish religion by uniting Israel around the Torah and the temple service. To them, this is the only way forward.

    The Sanhedrin have also set themselves the task of choosing the modern state of Israelís first king, for they are entirely opposed to Israelís present democratic government. Earlier in the years they also sent a letter to every nation on earth, warning that the world is nearing a catastrophe, and that the only way to bring peace on earth is through the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem. The Sanhedrin believes that through the rebuilding of the Temple, the Jewish people can bring the presence of God back into this world. They often quote Isaiah 2:1-4 to substantiate this claim.

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