A Convenient Hatred: The History of Antisemitism by Phyllis Goldstein

By Phyllis Goldstein

A handy Hatred chronicles a really specific hatred via strong tales that let readers to determine themselves within the tarnished reflect of historical past. It increases very important questions on the results of our assumptions and ideology and the methods we, as participants and as participants of a society, make differences among us and them, correct and mistaken, solid and evil. those questions are either common and specific.

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Five and four--Five, as it stands, is death and four, as it stands of course, has no absolute meaning fixed that we've been able to locate. Now if it is the earth, it is the earth plus death, which gives a bad connotation to nine. Strangely enough, most of the connections of Nine in the Bible are good connotations. They indicate the longest lives that men have ever lived. If they indicate giants, at least they indicate the biggest men who ever lived. Its peculiar connection with the fruits of the Spirit in Galatians, and the gifts of the Spirit in I Corinthians, plainly indicate some kind of a spiritual thing that has to do with bearing fruit.

The golden candlestick in the tabernacle has seven lights on it, but it is so made that it has only six branches, the seventh branch being the candlestick itself, the center piece. We read about six names of the Jews on one stone and six on the another in Exodus 28:10. When the Jews get in the promised land, they're told to have six tribes on one mountain and six tribes on another reading the curses of the law. Yet when the division of the tribes comes, it never comes on a six and six proposition.

If it represents government, it represents government in relation to Israel, not Israel in relation to government. Twelve is plainly Israel. You put two of those stars of Moloch together--stars of Remphan (Acts 7) which are not symbolic of Israel at all, but a false god--you put two of those together and you have twelve points; there are six points on each one. So, Twelve is Israel. That is easy to locate. The Number THIRTEEN Thirteen is extremely easy to locate. There is no doubt about the number Thirteen at all.

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