DURING THE SO-CALLED COLD WAR MANY CATCH PHRASES WERE ADDED TO OUR LANGUAGE AND WAYS OF THINKING. In a statement referring to the struggle between Christendom and Communism, a commentator declared, “Cold War II will not be won unless–-Western leadership is in the resolute hands of people who have an overmastering sense of mission men who are one hundred percent more convinced of the absolute necessity of a Christian victory over Marxism (Judaism) than the most ardent Marxist is of his or her mission. The victor in this struggle will be the nation or group of nations most convinced of its cause. Faith will be commanding weapon in this warfare.”
The conflict now going on in the moral and spiritual spheres, as well as in the material and physical, is between the forces of good and the forces of evil; the one animated by the Spirit of Yahshua, the other by the philosophy of antichrist: the Jews.
Stephen F. Wise once chief rabbi of the United States stated: “Some call it Communism, I call it Judaism.”
In connection with this warfare, which Paul so aptly describes in Ephesians 6:12, we are reminded that it is necessary for the Christian to be armed from head to foot, his armour consisting of both defensive and offensive equipment.