Jewish Hellenists

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He was in Germany at the end of the 19th century that revived the reform movement that spread to America. Its early promoters were the judeocristianos of the 1st century and the Jewish Hellenists. Reformists misrepresent religion believing smarter than God. The conservadores-reformistas don’t understand that when you change a tradition, it ceases to be a tradition. The Christian Church, which became anti-Jewish to win converts, is product of Jewish reformism that neglecting their customs to build a powerful and prosperous business. The three early popes were Jews. Recently circulated on the internet, conflicting ideological positions coming from Argentina, in relation to Judaism and reformism, until someone came to say that: two young Jews who marry two young non-Jewish, could establish two Jewish families. The incoherent comment comes from Baruj Plavnick, a reform Rabbi who obviously unaware of the Bible and history.

It is proven that 98 per cent of the grandchildren of mixed marriages are converted to Christianity, since Judaism does not proselytize. Religious proselytising purposes, always end up being alien to the social and spiritual well-being. One who wants to move closer to Judaism must do so by own conviction and not by seduction. The Torah (Pentateuch) wisely says: thou shalt not make proselytizing, but welcome is the proselyte. Proselytism is the cause of the Jihad, as it was the Inquisition. The current Muslim holy war, who wants to convert everyone to Islam, is the search for followers by force. There is nothing more deadly that proselytism and the foray into politics of the clerics, are these rabbis, priests, or magnets. The religion practiced Plavnick, just like Sergio Bergman which professes another Rabbi of the same school, which strives to ensure popularity and broadcast media for personal political purposes contradicts fundamental aspects of Judaism. These priests manipulate faith accommodating to your comfort and that of his parishioners.

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