Tuesday, February 18, 2014

You Are Still Required To Circumcise Your Children or God Is Not Going To Let Them In The Millennial Temple!

James Malm continues to babble on in his rundown on what he thinks Genesis 17 and Jeremiah 4:4 mean.  Malm has been spending a lot of time going through the Bible and adding his own interpretation to scriptures.  All of his interpretations are all made to back up his erroneous belief that Christians are required to keep the "law."

Malm's latest on circumcision is that since little kiddies cannot keep the law perfectly like baptized men can they must be circumcised so that in the kingdom they will be allowed into the temple.

God’s people are  commanded  by this covenant with God and again in the law given to Israel to circumcise all males on the eighth day of life, and that commandment is still binding as a physical lesson and reminding sign that we are to also become circumcised in heart.  
In the millennium no uncircumcised person may enter the millennial temple [oe the spiritual Family of] God.

Ezek 44:9   Thus saith the Lord God; No stranger, uncircumcised in heart, nor uncircumcised in flesh, shall enter into my sanctuary, of any stranger that is among the children of Israel.

Paul said that adults who are already circumcised in heart, need not go through the physical operation; but our children are not converted and circumcised in heart and we are still to obey the command regarding our children in the hope that they also may become circumcised in spirit.


Black Ops Mikey said...

There's nothing like Olde Testament Bronze Age Christianity.

Corky said...

More sound religious reasoning...from a Jew wannabe.

Head Usher said...

Lewis Black, a Jew, has a little advice for Christians, Christians like George W, or James Malm, who read the Jewish bible, mistakenly thinking it's a Christian document, who then suddenly have the chuzpah to believe they can immediately turn around and tell all of us what WTF it's all supposed to mean.

In all fairness, George W did it once in a while, which as POTUS he kind of had a responsibility not to do, but, make a Texan frat boy POTUS, and WTF do you expect? However, James Malm is making a literal career of it, doing it 7 days a week and expecting people to give him money for it.

"I never thought that during the course of my life, a president would be elected who didn't believe in evolution, or at least kind of in the ball park of it, or thought m-m-m-maybe it’s got some MERIT! But NO! He believes that the earth was created in seven days. Whew! Takes my breath away. And why does he believe that? Because he read it in the Old Testament, which is the book of m-my people—the Jewish people. And that book wasn't good enough for you Christians, was it? You went, 'No, we've got a better book, with a better character, you're going to LOVE him!” And you called your book NEW, and said our book was OLD!

"And yet every Sunday I turn on the television set, and there's a priest or a pastor reading from my book, and interpreting it, and their interpretations, I have to tell you, are usually wrong. It's not their fault, because it's not their book. You never see a rabbi on the TV interpreting the New Testament, do you? If you want to truly understand the Old Testament, if there is something you don't quite get, there are Jews who walk among you, and THEY—I promise you this—will take TIME out of their VERY JEWY, JEWY DAY, and interpret for you anything that you're having trouble understanding."

It's too bad that fundamentalists aren't allowed to doubt god or themselves. They could save a lot of wasted time and effort, not to mention sparing the world a TON of their foolishness. Just a little introspection could go a long way.

Redfox712 said...

I am shocked that James Malm is now ordering his followers to circumcise their sons.

When I was involved with LCG I always understood that physical circumcision is not required of Christians. Acts 15 was cited to support this position.

Recently I have been reading some of the writings of the early Christians. They were vehemently opposed to any self proclaimed Christian insisting that circumcision is required for the Christian faith. This train of thought can be found even in Acts 15 and Galatians. (Galatians is actually a polemic against those who said it was necessary to be circumcised to be a Christian, that is why Paul talks about circumcision in that letter and explains it is unnecessary for Christians.) Those early Christian authors would have been disgusted and horrified that this James Malm is teaching circumcision while claiming to be a Christian.

Also I have no doubt that the vast majority of Jews would be disgusted at James Malm for confusing these things so badly.

Anonymous said...

I have no doubt that the vast majority of Jews are disgusted at the many many many things which most Christians confuse so badly.