ACROSS the social media world Christians of all stripes and colours are amplifying the outrage over the Hamas attack on Israel and avoiding any similar outrage on the Israeli carpet bombing of the Gaza strip.

Many are also turning to Old Testament prophecies concerning biblical Israel’s battles with their surrounding nations and declaring them absolutely relevant to what`s happening in Israel today. According to these Christians, Israel can do no wrong because the nation state of Israel represents the same chosen people God brought out of Egypt under the prophet Moses.

This erroneous theology comes from a century of teaching in theological colleges and churches based on the Scofield Reference Bible, published by Oxford University Press in the first decade of the 1900s. This teaching is known as dispensationalism, which insists on a future fulfilment of Old and New Testament prophecy, a central element of which is the formation of the Zionist state of Israel in 1948.

According to the website Theology Online, quoting author Stephen Sizer, “at least one in four American Christians surveyed by Christianity Today magazine said they believe it is their biblical responsibility to support the nation of Israel. This view is known as Christian Zionism. The Pew Research Center put the figure at 63 per cent among white evangelicals.”

Also among the significant body of Christianity that does not support this theological view is David Sorensen, the founder of the website and Hope for Humanity Ministries. Sorenson has recently come to the fore with his video production “The Mystery of Israel: SOLVED”, which has been widely distributed on social media to counter the wave of pro-Israel postings by evangelicals.

According to his bio, Sorensen works as a “missionary journalist” reporting critical truths that are censored by mainstream media. In that respect Sorensen’s website is one of the best and most comprehensive, especially in regard to the links between the World Economic Forum and the United Nations Organisation.

But Sorenson, because of his Christian background and sound theology, is well qualified to comment on Israel. His Mystery of Israel SOLVED video joins the dots between Bible Christianity, globalism and Israel and that nation’s crucial role in the drive for world government.

Sorensen points out that the doctrine of dispensationalism misconstrues the central teaching of St Paul on the relationship between Jew and Gentile under the New Covenant (New Testament) as established by Christ and the apostles. Paul, a highly educated Hebrew Pharisee who had a supernatural encounter with Christ, taught that the gospel of Christ brought Jew and Gentile together in status. This is outlined in the second chapter of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.

In Galatians, another of Paul’s epistles, he rebukes the local church of Galatia for falling back into the ways of Judaism or “the works of the law”. He also reminds the Galatians that Abraham’s true descendants are those who exercise faith in Christ. “And if you are Christ’s, then you are Abraham’s seed, and heirs according to the promise,” he writes in chapter 3, verse 28.

But dispensationalism as taught in the Scofield Reference Bible margin notes conflates modern day followers of Judaism with Abraham’s seed, based on Darby`s and Scofield’s teaching that God’s prophetic plan is to bring the Israelites and their Abrahamic descendants back to the physical land of Israel to where Christ will return in physical form. However, the notion that being Jewish or genetically related to Abraham qualifies one for special treatment or favour from God was clearly rejected by Christ himself and the converted Hebrew pharisee Paul.

In the Gospel of John chapter 8, Christ is recorded as rebuking unbelieving, proud Pharisees who appealed to “Abraham our father”. “You are of your father the devil, and your will is to do your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks out of his own character, for he is a liar and the father of lies,” Jesus retorted.

Here we see the stark denunciation by the Jews’ own Messiah of pharisaic religion, the teachings of the rabbis as written down in the Talmud and continued for centuries after the destruction of the 3rd Temple in AD66-70. Sorensen ties this history and biblical teaching together admirably, including exposing the role of John Nelson Darby, whose dispensationalist teachings preceded Scofield.

Sorensen reveals that Darby’s family inhabited Leap Castle in Ireland, which gained notoriety as “the world;s most haunted castle”. He also links Darby to freemasonry and “other secret societies”. According to the afore mentioned author Sizer, freemasonry is common among the US Southern Baptists and other evangelicals. An analysis of Darby’s writings cited by Sorensen shows his use of terminology from theosophical and related occultic writings.

So there appears to be a clear link between freemasonry and acceptance of pro-Israel theology. Judaism itself has direct parallels with freemasonic practices and beliefs. According to former MI6 secret societies specialist John W. Coleman, Darby was not only a Freemason but also an agent of the Rothschild-owned British East India Company. Coleman authored many revealing papers including How Conspirators Misuse Christian Fundamentalists (Carson City, Nevada: World in Review, 2003).

We note that the latest episode of the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian war prompted cities worldwide to come out “in solidarity with Israel” by bathing public buildings in blue and white lights. Are we supposed to believe that this was some sort of spontaneous coincidence, or part of the highly organised psychological warfare around the event?


David Sorensen is the founder of the website and Hope for Humanity ministries. David holds a master’s degree in media and communication from the University of Science and Arts in Ghent, Belgium, and works as a “missionary journalist” reporting critical truths that are censored by mainstream media. He has authored eight books and built several websites with a large worldwide audience.

During his media training at the University for Science and Arts, David learned firsthand how corrupt mainstream media is, and how they use psychological techniques to manipulate the public. He learned how colors, shapes, words, rhythm, repetition, music, light, and combinations of all of these are used to influence the behavior and actions of people.

David has worked with many publishing companies, magazines, newspapers and television companies, and has witnessed firsthand how they focus on influencing and controlling the population instead of honestly informing them.