Here's the exact text of the anti-semitic remarks Sarah Palin heard, and made no objection to, August 17, 2008 in her church. This is yet another attack on Jews in the old style, blaming them for the terrorists attack they suffer, as "judgment" from God because they rejected Jesus.
Let me quote the remarks at length, with emphasis added, so you can decide for yourself (I don't want you to think I'm quoting stuff out of context) with links at the end.
"And now Jesus in that temple, just before going to the cross, says, ‘From now on this place is desolate.’
And Jesus’ words have echoed down through the centuries. Not a generation after He uttered this promise, Titus and his Roman legions marched into that city and destroyed both the city and the temple. And from that day until this very present there has been no temple, and there is therefore no sacrifice in Judaism. Only we could sacrifice in...the only place was in the temple. And therefore there has been, and there is today, no confidence of atonement, no confidence of forgiveness. If you were to stand outside of a synagogue on the day of atonement and ask those leaving the service, “Did God hear your prayers? Were your sins forgiven on this most holy of all days?” the answer would be, “I hope. I hope, but who can know?” Who indeed but those of us who have come under the wings of the Almighty, who’ve entered into that place of grace where forgiveness is assured for the dilemma of human life.
Judgment is very real and we see it played out on the pages of the newspapers and on the television. It’s very real.
When Isaac was in Jerusalem he was there to witness some of that judgment, some of that conflict, when a Palestinian from East Jerusalem took a bulldozer and went plowing through a score of cars, killing numbers of people.
Judgment—you can’t miss it."
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Webpage: Sermons from Wasilla Bible Church http://wasillabible.org/sermons.htm
Click on entry: 8-17-08 David Brickner Matt 23:37-39 The Jerusalem Dilemma
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