FROM TIME TO TIME IT IS INFORMATIVE TO LOOK AT WRITINGS OF PEOPLE SEVERAL YEARS IN THE PAST. Such is this one by a so‑called (sic) Christian Jew; there is no such thing, for either one is a Jew or he is a Christian, they cannot be both at the same time. For Yahshua said that we could not serve two masters.
“No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.” (Matthew 6:24; Luke 16:13)
Our Israel people have been so thoroughly deceived by the Judeo‑Christian clergy, trained by Jews in the cemeteries ‑ I mean seminaries that we must repeat the truth so many times in so many different ways that it will finally catch on and become infused in the minds of our Christian Israelites; and therefore they will understand the truth as they see it and not believe all the lies and Jewish fables.
In an article in The Sunday School Times (March 14, 1954) poses the question in its title: “Are the Anglo‑Saxons the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel?” The writer was a Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus and the information given in the accompanying editorial note was that he was a Christian Jew who was president of the International Board of Jewish Missions.
The Sunday School Times is obviously capitalizing upon the fact that Dr. Gartenhaus was a Jew (howbeit a Christian), trusting that this in itself would carry sufficient weight to substantiate his assertions. Yet even the editorial staff of The Sunday School Times would not at all agree with the position taken by most Jewish scholars, regardless of their knowledge of the Old Testament Scriptures, as to the identification of the Messiah, whom they still reject. Might not a Jew be equally mistaken in other Scriptural matters?