Why Christians Have a Responsibility to Confront Anti-Semitism

Christians must stand up and fight with their Jewish brothers. (Getty Images)

“Seventy years after the Holocaust, we’re seeing the ideas that Hitler was advancing coming back in just a moment when we thought those ideas were defeated. They’re coming back in a big way,” Robert Nicholson, founder and executive director of the Philos Project, said on a recent edition of “Charisma Connection” on the Charisma Podcast Network.

“There is a huge, huge problem of anti-Semitism in Europe, and European Jews report on surveys that many, if not most of them, feel afraid from their fellow Europeans. And something that few people are talking about is the return of anti-Semitism right here in the United States. Things are sliding back to the way they used to be. The fact that anti-Semitism, anti-Jewish hostility could be taking root again in a country founded on Judeo-Christian principles is more than a tragedy. It’s an outrage.”

To help combat anti-Semitism, the Philos Project earlier this year created the #WeResolve campaign to equip Christians with the knowledge and tools to help fight anti-Semitism. #WeResolve provides shareable content, and the Philos Project’s goal is to empower individuals, groups, churches and organizations to take tangible action in confronting anti-Semitism around the world.

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SOURCE: Charisma News, Shawn A. Akers