I replied with the following to an interesting comment by RE over on

Hi RE,

Concerning the Khazars, there is reportedly DNA Evidence possibly refuting the position to an important degree.

I believe that the Jews were scattered. I believe that the "lost" tribes were not wiped out but assimilated where they didn't remain "Jewish" communities within non-Jewish-controlled larger states.

My Christian perspective is that Jesus does not hold with Moses concerning wiping out the various non-Israelite tribes in what is Palestine/Israel today. Jesus is not a hypocrite. He knows that it has always been the true law of God not to do violence on our fellow humans and to avoid all wanton life taking even of animals and plants, etc. Even the fruit of the tree is giving. [or selfishly withholding against God's bountiful intention for the righteous, as with the fig tree (the Sanhedrin Pharisees) that withered {"And when he saw a fig tree in the way, he came to it, and found nothing thereon, but leaves only, and said unto it, Let no fruit grow on thee henceforward for ever. And presently the fig tree withered away." (Matthew 21:19 KJVR)]

People who are wrong headed and hard-hearted will label you an anti-Semite for what you've said. We can label anyone anti anything if we define anti as holding a different view. Everyone is therefore anti-God for not having God's perspective/perception. This is semantical understanding. We are to become perfected, which means turning all the way to God so that we are worthy to share such perspective/perception.

I've seen the reference to Caribbean Blacks who were Jewish before, although it wasn't spelled out in much detail and I didn't have time just then to look for more information on it.

So, RE, are you a practicing Jew in the Talmudic sense or are you, as am I, a real Jew in the sense-meaning that all real Christians (which includes ethnic Gentiles) are the real Jews [spiritually one with the repentant Jacob/Israel] or what exactly, as best you can describe?

Bless you, RE.

Bless everyone.


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