Thursday, February 12, 2009

Validate or Un-Validate Judaism Discovered: Just The Facts, Maaaam

Michael Hoffman
Christian
Revisionist Historian


Landing On Opinion or Critical Analysis

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Herb Peters photo, taken from Fulfilled Prophecy.com

Herb Peters' investigative journalistic integrity has paved the way for an un-biased critical analysis of Bible Prophecy from a unique vantage point. And, in that respect, it is very understandable how the "thought conditioning process" in many circles of Christianity has diverted his findings under the premise of fiction. His ideas are against the grain of modern Christiandom. So let us un-validate Herb.

To justify fiction from non-fiction, opinion from analysis, any constructive critique to truly dis-miss Herb Peters would first have to be done with his book, Recommendation 666: The Rise Of The Beast From The Sea.

Before the onslaught of the internet websites, forums and blogs there were fortresses of books. These books, which more often than none, depending on subject matter and purpose, would be used to define the author's Fact from Fiction and afterward be placed in its appropriate category.

As this writer investigated Herb Peter's book, without question, hands down the analysis is secure on factually backed sources. Solid ground, period. And without question, his conjecture is securely stated and accentuated. You will differ between them both. His analytic published written work was validated. Now, let us un-validate Constance.


Constance Cumbey photo taken from News With Views.com

Constance Cumbeys' investigative journalistic integrity has also paved the way for an un-biased critical analysis of Bible Prophecy from a unique vantage point . And, in that respect, it is very understandable how the "thought conditioning process" in many circles of Christianity has diverted her findings under the premise of fiction. Her ideas are against the grain of modern Christiandom. So let us un-validate Constance.

Again, to justify fiction from non-fiction, opinion from analysis, any constructive critique to truly dis-miss Constance Cumbey would first have to be done with her book, The Hidden Dangers of the Rainbow.

Before the tsunami of the internet websites, forums and blogs there were shorelines of books. These books, which more often than none, depending on subject matter and purpose, would be used to define the author's Fact from Fiction and afterward be placed in its appropriate category.

As this writer investigated Constance's book on The New Age Movement, without question, hands down the analysis is secure on factually backed sources. Again, solid ground, period. And importantly, without question, her conjecture is securely stated and accentuated. You will differ between them both. Her analytic published written work, from this author's perspective, is thoroughly validated. Now, let us un-validate Michael Hoffman.


Michael Hoffman photo taken from Revisionist History.org

Michael Hoffmans' investigative journalistic integrity has paved the way for an un-biased critical analysis of Bible Prophecy from a unique vantage point. And, in that respect, it is very understandable how the "thought conditioning process" in many circles of Christianity has diverted his findings under the premise of fiction. His ideas are against the grain of modern Christiandom. So let us joyfully, un-validate Michael.

To justify fiction from non-fiction, opinion from analysis, any constructive critique to truly dis-miss Michael Hoffman would first have to be done with his book, Judaism Discovered: A Study Of The Anti Biblical Religion Of Racism, Self Worship, Superstition, And Deceit.

Before the storm of the internet websites, forums and blogs there were the replenishing rains of books. These books, which more often than none, depending on subject matter and purpose, would be used to define the author's Fact from Fiction and afterward be placed in its appropriate category.

At present, as this author investigates Michael Hoffman's book, without question, hands down the analysis is secure on factually backed sources. Once again, solid ground, period. And without question, his conjecture is securely stated and accentuated. You will differ between them both. So, from this author's current view his analytic published written work is validated.

Conclusion?

Landing on opinion and analysis, validating or un-validating published written works takes time and most importantly takes extra effort to confirm, re-confirm and confirm once more sources and opinions. So how can this author dare to compare all three differing spectral views solely based on the idea of verification of sources and differing facts from thoughts. In my opinion the answer can be substantiated by this statement.

"All three journalists, without a shadow of a doubt, state that their books are not the completion of the investigation. Each author states that they do not hold the final statement on the subject matter. Each author has been gifted with the foresight that more information will come to light."

Solely basing the investigative author's credibility and reporting on their internet websites does not paint the complete picture.

I will not criticize, I will not unvalidate until I investigate fully and thoroughly for myself.

If I am ready to throw all three books on the flame of discontent to warm my soul to that which I hold as cold, completed truth, then I too should be kindled as an un-validated ember.

Johnny

2 comments:

Joyce said...

Johnny,
The only thing I will say about this author is that his tone is hateful. As I said earlier, I don't follow Talmud or Kabbalah.. I read the Scriptures and I can see how the rabbinic system developed. I don't agree with it, obviously because I am a follower of Yeshua.

As for the Shoah, I have enough first hand testimony from both Jews and people that were in military intelligence in WWII who liberated the camps, who were NOT jews, but eye witnesses, that I find the revisionist history nothing short of disgusting.

I think you are damaging your reputation to associate publicly with him and I hope you don't share his views on Israel because we are living in prophetic times and if you understand God's plan for Israel, you will try to join with what God is doing and not oppose HIm..

What happened in WWII is a fulfillment of Torah, but Torah also says that God is bringing all Israel, not only the Jews back.

If you read some of my comments on Constance's blog I speak about this. The Jews who do not yet know Yeshua, whether they are physical descendants or they've just "associated with Judah" ( eze 37:15-18) are biblically speaking Jews. There were plenty of characters in the Bible who attached themselves to Israel and were thus adopted, like Caleb, who was a Kenizzite, so Hoffman's racial theory which is that the Khazars were not Jews, falls apart. Khazars could have easily been from the 10 tribes of Assyrian exile who migrated. It is possible that they were the Scythians who are thought to have come from the Assyrian exile of the Northern Kingdom. If this were the case, these "lost tribes" identified with the Judah side of the family ( those who might have converted). All this is unimportant because all who identify with Israel are Israel, although I believe God also scattered the literal seed throughout the nations becauase in Amos 9 He says He will shake them from the nations. .

As for the Jews, they need Yeshua, their Messiah. Two years ago a famous Kabbalist before his death accepted Yeshua at 106 years old. I don't care what kind of darkness he dabbled in, because prior to knowing Yeshua we are all into darkness and when we come into his kingdom we are a new creation.

I think it would be a better use of your time to study the prophecies about Israel in the Bible. The word Israel is mentioned over 2000 times, so God must think Israel is pretty important. I would be more interested in knowing what God says about Israel than what Michael Hoffman says about the Jews. As a Jew, who loves Yeshua, and loves all of Scripture from Genesis to Revelations, I find his writing incredibly offensive. I am well aware of the shortcomings of my own people, so it's not that Jews are perfect, but he does not display any of what I would call the love of Yeshua.

Yeshua wept over Jerusalem. Yes, He confronted the religious leaders of His day who were corrupt, who did descend from the House of Judah, but He also had disciples who were Jews and those same disciples were responsible for spreading the knowledge of Him throughout the known world at that time.

Do not make the mistake of thinking that God is done with Israel. Many Jews today are coming to know their Messiah. It would be a better use of your time to reach out in love to those who don't know Him. For those who are blinded to Him, pray for them. The same grace that saved you can save them.. I'm so thankful that my family who are all Jews are all believers in Yeshua. We need to keep first things first.

Remember the Jews are 2 1/2 tribes of Israel, but God will reestablish the tents of Judah first, in the Last Days, so we should be careful to not miss His prophetic plan because of our biases. If Michael Hoffman were concerned about seeing Jews come to know Yeshua, it would be different, but I don't hear any of that in the tone of his writing and I utterly disagree with the views on his website.

Personally, I would not enrich him by spending 45$ on his book, so I will probably never read it, because I can't justify giving him a dime.

Joyce


Joyce

Anonymous said...

Johnny,

It seems that Joyce was not taking issue with Hoffman's book but his website and his treatment of the shoah.

Perhaps Hoffman makes some valid points in his book (not knowing since I've not read it). Although this may be the case, that does not validate his conclusions about all things Jewish. Just because a person gets one thing right doesn't make them infallible on all issues.

I can believe that Judaism, as practiced today, has become hopelessly corrupted from the worship instituted by God in the Wilderness. However, it doesn't follow that I disbelieve the events of the shoah. It doesn't matter to me whether the Jews of the holocaust were gassed or otherwise murdered, the results are the same, they are gone.

Joyce's point about Jews needing the Gospel is good. Anyone without Christ has a problem. Their problem exists regardless if they practice Jehovah worship properly or improperly, just as the New Age pagans need Christ (Hindus, Buddhists, Christians in name only, Muslims, etc. included).

The fact that some members of the global governance crowd may practice a perverted form of Judaism is of no more interest or malevolent than those of that crowd who are New Agers or who practice a perverted form of Christianity.

Just because the US leadership seems to be permeated with global governance people, doesn't convict all US citizens of desiring global governance. Similarly, Jews whose worship of Jehovah has been perverted doesn't mean they are colluding with their coreligionists who promote global governance. Painting with a broad brush is how discrimination grows.

We need to be discerning about what we take into our beliefs about the world and in whom we place trust. Ultimately, Joyce is right about pursuing God's knowledge versus man's. God will be 100% accurate, who knows about man?

Blessings,

Deannie