James W Knox
"For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works." (2 Cor 11:13-15)
"For there are many unruly and vain talkers and deceivers, specially they of the circumcision: Whose mouths must be stopped, who subvert whole houses, teaching things which they ought not, for filthy lucre's sake. (Titus 1:10-11)
James W Knox: Zionist and Crypto-Jew
Knox is the pastor of Bible Baptist Church in Deland, FL. He's a dedicated Zionist and is being exposed on this website
because his teachings are more characteristic of a Jewish Rabbi than of a Christian minister. Knox is promoted by Gail Riplinger, another crypto-Jew, and is a proponent of King James Onlyism.
James Knox's Jewish Pedigree
Though James Knox claims to be a Gentile, his extreme Zionism, his Kabbalist associations, and his family names provide strong evidence that he's a crypto-Jew (a secret Jew spiritually and in pedigree). His family member's Jewish names are listed below.
Knox (1) is an Ashkenazi Jewish name (L). James Knox's parents are Maitland Brooks (2) and Vera Stevens. Maitland is a Jewish name (see footnote). Brooks is a Jewish name (L). Vera is a Russian Jewish name (L). Stevens is a Jewish name (L). James Knox's grandmother is Leona Stevens. Leona is a Jewish name (L). James Knox's wife is Lilian Mendes and her mother is Esther Mendes. Esther is a Jewish name. Mendes is a Sephardic Jewish name (L). James Knox's son and daughter are Israel Wilson and Tabitha Shiloh. Israel, Tabitha, and Shiloh are Jewish names. In addition to himself, James Knox's mother, father, son, daughter, wife, mother-in-law, grandmother, grandfather, and dog* all have Jewish names. *A member of Knox's congregation said that Knox's dog is named Levi.
(1) John Knox, the reformer, was a Jew (L).
(2) Maitland is a powerful Jewish clan (see link and link) and Brooks is an Ashkenazi Jewish name (L). Arthur Balfour, formerly the Prime Minister of England, was Jewish and the standard-bearer for Zionism. He issued the Balfour Declaration in 1917 which announced support for the establishment of the State of Israel in Palestine. His father was James Maitland Balfour; his brother was Francis Maitland Balfour, and his Great Grandfather was James Maitland.
Note: In Knox's book, "From Where I Stand" (2013), in the footnote on page 154, Knox states that he was once offered a job writing radio programs for Charles Halff, a Jewish man, and for "The Christian Jew Hour." Would Knox have been offered this job if he wasn't Jewish?
In Knox's book, From Where I Stand (2007), on page 126, there is a picture of his son, Israel, wearing a black hat, with the statement, "Israel, who always wore a brimmed hat to church." Whereas wearing a black brimmed hat to church is quite odd for a Christian boy, it is considered quite ordinary for an Orthodox Jew.
James Knox's book, "Will Some Christians Miss the Kingdom?"
This book is preoccupied with the role of Christians in the earthly Millennial Kingdom of Israel and dispenses with the Christians' hope of Heaven and the New Jerusalem. One chapter in the book is titled, "Is the Believer's Place in the Millennial Kingdom Secure?" with one question posed throughout the book, "Will I lose my place in the Kingdom?" Although Christians will reign with Christ during the Millennium, their hope is in Heaven, whereas the Jews' hope is their earthly kingdom.
1. In the book, Knox says,"Before we go on the reader must remember that heaven is not God, and God is not Heaven. Thus the terms kingdom of heaven and kingdom of God do not denote the same thing. Just as heaven is material, so the kingdom of heaven always speaks of the visible, physical throne and government of the Lord upon the earth..."
Knox's reasoning here is not only unbiblical, but is also taught in the Kabbalah, the Jewish tradition of mystical interpretation of the Bible. The Kabbalah actually teaches that the nation of Israel is the "source and origin" of the Kingdom of Heaven, which can't even exist without Israel, the earthly kingdom.
"The earthly kingdom is the source and origin of the Heavenly. Remove the earthly kingdom and you remove the Divine Revelation of God in the midst of Israel. The Heavenly Kingdom is broken up and vanishes. Its raison d'etre is completely gone. " (Jewish Mysticism and Introduction to the Kabbalah p.85)
Also, contrary to what Knox teaches, in the New Testament, the Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of God are interchangeable and are without difference.
Matt 19:23-24-Verily I say unto you, That a rich man shall hardly enter into the kingdom of heaven. And again I say unto you, It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.
Matt 13:31-The kingdom of heaven is like to a grain of mustard seed, which a man took, and sowed in his field...
Mark 4:30-31-Whereunto shall we liken the kingdom of God? or with what comparison shall we compare it? It is like a grain of mustard seed...
2. In Knox's book, the many sins in Galatians 5:19-21 are listed. The verse states, "Now the works of the flesh are manifest, which are these; Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, Idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings, and such like..."
Knox's statement in his book regarding these sins is ridiculous: "So when we take the bible definition of the kingdom of God we understand that the sins in the above list keep one from being born again." To the contrary, committing the sins "in the above list" is why everyone needs to be born again.
3. In section 2 of his book, Knox makes a statement about John the Baptist concerning his suffering and failing faith while in prison. Knox said, "Do you know what the Lord sent back to John? We are suffering but we shall also reign. 'John, do not let the persecution fool you. John, do not let the dungeon fool you. John, do not let the executioner's blade fool you. If I said you are going to reign, you are going to reign..."
The words Jesus actually sent to John in prison are quite different-Luke 7:20: "Then Jesus answering said unto them, Go your way, and tell John what things ye have seen and heard; how that the blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, to the poor the gospel is preached." Jesus said nothing to John about "reigning on earth" as Knox stated.
4. In section 4 of his book, Knox said, "The word
backslider is not found in the New Testament There is no such thing as
a backsliding Christian. Such is not found in the word of God. This is
another term used carelessly by preachers who will not distinguish between Israel,
whose position was changeable, and the born-again Christian, whose position was
A Christian's position in Christ is secure, and though the word backsliding may not be found in the New Testament, a Christian most definitely can backslide in his walk. In fact, Israel's backsliding was given to Christians as an example not to follow (1 Cor 10:11). Knox then says that any preacher who does warn his congregation about the possibility of backsliding is really failing to distinguish between the positions of Israel and the Christian! Knox's teaching is absurd, but note his fixation with Israel!
5. Knox, a crypto-Jew, is promoted by Gail Riplinger, a Jew and a practitioner of Kabbalism, whose agenda is to
infiltrate churches with Jewish Kabbalism (witchcraft), which involves divining God's word
through the "hidden" meanings which lie within
the letters of the KJV. This is why Knox and Gail Riplinger are both
advocates of King James Onlyism and why both are insistent that the KJV is inerrant, that it must never be changed, and that
Greek can never be used to understand its meaning. In fact, Riplinger even refers to Christians who do study the Greek text as "devils":
"The teachers of Greek...are full-grown devils, and the learners of Greek are little devils..." (Hidden History of the English Scriptures by Riplinger, p. 141)
Knox's book reveals his strong opposition to the use of any Greek and provides evidence of his Kabbalist agenda. His ridiculing remarks in response to a man who used Greek to better understand God's word are below.
"Less toying with Greek and more attention to English would help tremendously," said Knox and "I did not see more Greeks when I was in Athens," stated Knox.
When a clear meaning of God's word was given "from the construction of Greek words," Knox responded, "Give it a rest. Why this constant undermining of the Bible?"
Knox not only insists on a prohibition of any Greek, but to use Greek to get understanding constitutes, according to Knox's Kabbalist agenda, "undermining of the Bible!" It doesn't matter at all to Knox that the Greek Textus Receptus IS the Bible and that the English King James is just one translation.
KJV-Only Kabbalists, like James Knox, posing as Christians, are advocating for use of an "inerrant, perfect bible" to lead Christians into occult practices and, ultimately, into the end-time deception of the Antichrist. Because Christians are unfamiliar with the occult world and its demonic practices they fall prey to deceivers like James Knox and his global network of KJV-Only churches.
James Knox's Jewish Kabbalist Connections
James Knox is promoted by Gail Riplinger, a crypto-Jew and Kabbalist, who he refers to as "Sister Riplinger." Gail Riplinger's mentor was James H Sightler, a crypt-Jew who avidly promoted her books.* James H Sightler's father was Dr. Harold B Sightler, who in 1952 founded Tabernacle Baptist Church in Greenville, SC. From February 22-26 in 2021, James Knox spoke at this same Tabernacle Baptist Church which is within a large network of 5000 "independent fundamental Baptist" churches. James H Sightler's son-in-law, Joel Logan, is the current pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church and a frequent speaker (from 1999-2016) at James Knox's Bible Baptist Church conferences. James Knox is now selling 16 CD's of his church conferences that have had Joel Logan as a speaker, (the latest was the 2016 Bible Conference). Joel Logan's brother, Brent Logan, is also a frequent speaker at James Knox's church conferences and is the pastor of Sweet Springs Baptist Church in Ardmore, AL where James Knox last spoke from Sept. 14-16, 2020. James Knox's Assistant Pastor, David Brown, attended Sweet Springs Baptist Church under Pastor Joel Logan's teaching.
*The publications of James Sightler and Gail Riplinger are thoroughly leavened with deceptive documentation purporting to prove that the KJV is divinely inspired and inerrant: misquoted sources, manipulated data, revised Church history, Jewish Kabbalism, false teachings, numerous fallacies, speculations, inconsistencies, double standards, and unproven assumptions.
Joel Logan, Brent Logan, and James Knox
From James Knox's book, "From Where I Stand: My Personal Testimony" (2013) with my comments in red.
1. "Some of you will not appreciate the following, but I have never heard or felt a specific call to preach. All I know is that from that day forward doors began to open." (p. 63)
"Then the Lord said unto me, The prophets prophesy lies in my name: I sent them not, neither have I commanded them, neither spake unto them: they prophesy unto you a false vision and divination, and a thing of nought, and the deceit of their heart." (Jeremiah 14:14)
Since Knox has never heard a call to preach, what kinds of doors began opening for him?
"Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber...The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly." (John 1:1,10)
It should be obvious to Christians who have heard him preach that Knox has never been called by God.
2. "We never counted anyone as converted who said a prayer or made a profession of faith but did not subsequently join themselves to a church." (p. 70)
Knox pressures his congregation to evangelize to get church members only.
3. "There were two small radio stations in our town, one programmed for senior citizens and the other with a country and western format. We went to the latter, WCCZ, and asked to meet with the station manager. In the office we were greeted by a large bald man in a bright blue leisure suit, wide white belt and white shoes, shirt unbuttoned halfway down to his navel, a huge Star of David hanging around his neck, and a 32nd degree Mason's ring on his finger. What a sight! "We told him we were interested in purchasing airtime so we could preach the gospel. He smiled and said, 'As fate would have it, I just had 30 minutes on Sunday morning come available.' (p.82)
A Jewish Freemason gave Knox his start in "Christian" radio. Is Knox also a Jewish Freemason?
3a. "I was offered a job writing radio programs for Charles Halff and the Christian Jew Hour." (Footnote 27 on p. 154)
Charles Halff is a Jew. Why would Knox be offered this job if he wasn't also a Jew?
4. "We do not involve ourselves in any form of politics or in social issues." (p. 162)
Knox's Jewish Zionist agenda is nothing but politics.
5. "Do not waste one minute of your time with Greek or Hebrew. Not once since December 17, 1976 in ministering to the saved or witnessing to the lost have I ever had any reason to know or refer to anything in those tongues..." (p.208)
Though Knox says that spending time in the Hebrew and Greek is a "waste of time," this time spent is often essential in understanding God's word. To give an example:
The first verse in the Bible is, "In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth." The following commentary is by FB Hole.
"The chapter opens with GOD. The word used in the Hebrew is Elohim, a word, remarkably enough, of plural form. This is the more striking when we remember that the Hebrew has, besides a singular, a dual form for its nouns. Dual signifies two, plural therefore signifying three or more. Yet the verb "created" is in the singular! Why this apparent breach of grammar? Evidently in order that in the very introduction to our knowledge of God we may receive a hint of the truth afterwards plainly revealed that He is a Trinity in Unity - three Persons yet one God. (L)
It's revealing that, by this admission, Knox has never taught his congregation this important truth or any other truths that can only be known by turning to the Hebrew and Greek.
6. "When I set down to study my method is a very simple one. I ask the following questions of the passage... Can I define each word?" (p. 209)
Since he won't refer to the Greek or Hebrew, how does he define each word? Also, understanding God's word requires knowing the correct context, not merely the definition of words. To advance his Zionist and Kabbalist agenda, Knox must actually redefine each word.
7. "I find most churches exist only to exist. They serve no valid function in this world. They minister to and for themselves. They should be closed." (p. 214)
The purpose of the church is the perfecting and the edifying of the body of Christ and not to serve the world as Knox states.
"And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ..." (Ephesians 4:11-12)
The Gospel is being preached not to help or to convert the world, but to gather out of it a people for His name. "God at the first did visit the Gentiles, to take out of them a people for his name." (Acts 15:14)
The Bold Lies and Deceptive Means by which James Knox Founded Bible Baptist Church
On April 29, 2021, James
Knox stated in a sermon, "Praying for Paul": "We're probably now 6,000 hours of
recorded sermons and Bible studies. If you listened to every one of them you
would never hear me call out a preacher or attack a preacher that believes
salvation by grace through faith in the blood of Jesus Christ... I'm not going
after Paul or any other preacher of the gospel... Not people holding forth the
word of life."
James Knox's claim regarding his sermons and Bible studies may be true, but the claim cannot be made that James Knox has never attacked a preacher of the gospel. In the First Printing of his 2007 book, From Where I Stand: My Personal Testimony, on pages 132-137, James Knox told many lies which maligned the character and ministry of Pastor Slade Rickels of Liberty Baptist Church, a King James Only church 2.4 miles south of Bible Baptist in DeLand.
James Knox's many lies about Pastor Slade Rickels include the following:
1. The lies that James Knox led Pastor Rickels to "call upon the Lord for salvation" in 1985 and the pastor was "retreaded" (resaved) at least four more times over the next ten years." (p. 133, footnote)
Fact: James Knox did not lead Pastor Rickels to salvation. Upon reading Isaiah 53:11 and 64:6 Pastor Rickels believed in Jesus Christ. Neither was Pastor Rickels "retreaded" (or resaved) four more times over the next ten years after he was saved/born again in 1985.
2. The lie that Liberty Baptist Church people did not think Pastor Rickels was qualified to be the pastor which led Pastor Rickels to make the rounds to every member of the church asking them to sign a letter "which said they would support him as pastor and agree with him in all his actions and decrees." (p. 133-134)
Fact: Pastor Rickels wrote no such letter demanding support and agreement "with all his actions and decrees."
3. The lie that Pastor Rickels "banished by decree nearly half his church" for not signing this non-existent letter. (p. 135)
Fact: When Pastor Rickels found that the vast majority of his church members fully supported him, he realized that James Knox had lied. The Pastor then said to Knox, "Since you think I'm not qualified to be a pastor, you should leave and start your own church."
4. The lie that Pastor Rickels blamed James Knox "for splitting his church and taking those people away for himself." (p. 137)
Fact: Pastor Rickels never said James Knox split the church; there was no church split. Only three households left with James Knox, and one woman later returned to Liberty Baptist.
Pastor Rickels was never informed of Pastor Knox's false statements in his 2007 book until early 2021 when this writer happened to read the book and showed him the relevant pages. Upon reading these pages, Pastor Rickels was very surprised and later provided details which confirmed that nearly everything James Knox had written about him was untrue.
Pastor Rickels' testimony of his personal salvation also contradicts Pastor Knox's false witness:
It appears that as Sunday School teacher, James Knox had attempted a hostile takeover of Liberty Baptist Church. When this attempt failed, he tried to split the church, but succeeded in only taking a few members with him to start his own church [Bible Baptist Church].
What was James Knox's intention in publishing these and other false statements about Pastor Rickels? To write a fictitious history to cover up the deceptive means by which he started Bible Baptist Church? To malign Pastor Rickels so that KJV Only Christians would not attend Liberty Baptist Church and would attend James Knox's church instead?
Whatever his motive, James Knox's lies have damaged the reputation of both Pastor Rickels and Liberty Baptist Church. Libel is a serious crime which is legally actionable, but what makes James Knox's lies more serious is that the victim, Pastor Slade Rickels, knew nothing of their publication and was therefore unable to defend his character and ministry in subsequent years. For this reason I wish to set the record straight, and I also want to hold James Knox accountable for the many lies he wrote about Pastor Rickels.
In his book, From Where I Stand: My Personal Testimony (2007), James Knox confessed he never had a call from God to preach; yet he felt qualified to declare Pastor Rickels unfit to pastor his church.
"Some of you will not appreciate the following, but I have never heard or felt a specific call to preach. All I know is that from that day forward doors began to open." (p. 68)
Since he had no call to preach, what kinds of doors have opened for Knox? Consider that Jesus Christ alone is the "door into the sheepfold" and that all who enter therein some other way are thieves and robbers:
"Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that entereth not by the door into the sheepfold, but climbeth up some other way, the same is a thief and a robber... I am the door: by me if any man enter in, he shall be saved, and shall go in and out, and find pasture." (John 1:1,9)
"Then the Lord said unto me, The prophets prophesy lies in my name: I sent them not, neither have I commanded them, neither spake unto them: they prophesy unto you a false vision and divination, and a thing of nought, and the deceit of their heart." (Jeremiah 14:14) "
James Knox Teaches that Christians will go to the Great White Throne Judgment
On 4/29/21, in his sermon, Praying for Paul, at the .48 minute mark, James Knox preached to his congregation, "We just want everyone to like us now and the Lord wants everyone to like us at the White Throne Judgment."
Knox's statement implies that Christians will be at the White Throne Judgment where Jesus Christ will "want everyone to like us." The truth is, however, that The White Throne Judgment is only for those who have died without faith in Jesus Christ.
"And I saw a great white throne, and him that sat on it...And I saw the dead, small and great, stand before God; and the books were opened: and another book was opened, which is the book of life: and the dead were judged out of those things which were written in the books, according to their works. And the sea gave up the dead which were in it; and death and hell delivered up the dead which were in them: and they were judged every man according to their works. And death and hell were cast into the lake of fire. This is the second death. And whosoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the Lake of Fire. (Rev 20: 11-15)
Since God's word is explicit that Christians can't be at the White Throne Judgment, which occurs after Jesus Christ's Millennial Reign, why would Knox tell his biblically uneducated congregation that Jesus Christ "wants everyone to like us [Christians]" at this Judgment? Is Knox conditioning his church members, who will miss the rapture, to believe in the Antichrist and in his deceptions (counterfeit judgments) which will precede Jesus Christ's return to rule on earth?
James Knox Resorts to Lies and Absurdity "to prove" that the KJV Translation is Superior to the Original Manuscripts
In 2012, James Knox gave a speech at Charity Baptist Church in Incheon, South Korea. As usual, Knox had to resort to lies and absurdity to convince the Korean Christians that the King James translation is perfect and even superior to the original manuscripts.
Start listening to the You Tube below at about 24:30 to hear Knox say the following:
"Let's see what God says about translating. Come to Hebrews 11:5. 'By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him.' Enoch was living in a world full of sin, then God translated him. Now he's living in Heaven in the presence of God. I ask you, 'Was Enoch's original condition better or was his translated condition better? According to the Bible, the translated Enoch was better than the original. So if a man says a translation can never be as good as the original, that's not what the Bible teaches."
Knox must be desperate to use this absurd "reasoning" to make Christians believe that the KJV translation is superior to the originals. It takes a mind as slippery as a water snake to use the rapture or "the translation of Enoch" from earth to Heaven to "prove" that the "KJV translation" is superior to the originals, but, James Knox, who is a deceitful Jew, believes that Christians are gullible and stupid enough to believe this absurdity.
More bold lies from James Knox "to prove" that the KJV Translation is Superior to the Original Manuscripts
In the above video at the 40.00 mark James Knox tells more bold lies to "prove" that the KJV translation is superior to the originals. Knox's lies are highlighted in red. Knox said, "The first set of tables were written with the finger of God. The second set, God said to Moses, 'You write them.' The only 10 commandments anyone on earth ever saw were those written by men. Moses wrote the copy. God wrote the original. The God who wrote the original also gave the copy. Even though it was man who wrote the copy."
Knox's false and twisted thesis begins with the lie that God wrote the original 10 commandments and Moses wrote the copy and therefore the KJV translation (the copy) is as perfect as the original manuscripts. Not only is Knox's reasoning ridiculous, but it's entirely based on lies because God wrote the copy of the 10 commandments and not Moses as Knox stated.
Knox's lie is based on his deliberate misinterpretation of Exodus 34:27.
"And the Lord said unto Moses, Write thou these words: for after the tenor of these words I have made a covenant with thee and with Israel." (Exodus 34:27)
In this verse, God is telling Moses to write the Book of the Covenant and not to write a copy of the 10 commandments as Knox wants Christians to believe. God wrote the second table after Moses broke the first. Moses did not write the second tables as Knox stated.
"And the LORD said unto Moses, Hew thee two tables of stone like unto the first: and I will write upon these tables the words that were in the first tables, which thou brakest." (Exodus 34:1)
"At that time the LORD said unto me, Hew thee two tables of stone like unto the first, and come up unto me into the mount, and make thee an ark of wood. And I will write on the tables the words that were in the first tables which thou brakest, and thou shalt put them in the ark." (Deut 10:1,2)
Why does James Knox get away with telling so many bold lies? Because he's Jewish and only speaks to a biblically uneducated Christian audience who are incapable of calling him out for his lies.
Opposing Zionism is the Unpardonable Sin in James Knox's church
On Thursday night, Oct 29, I visited James Knox's church and while leaving a man greeted me outside and, in the course of our conversation, I told him that I opposed Knox's pro-Zionist sermon. I then quickly found out that to oppose Zionism is to commit an unpardonable sin in Knox's church.
Knox was told of my conversation and on Sunday 11/1, he preached his damage control "sermon" (which can be heard in the You Tube below).
In light of this "sermon," I emailed the assistant pastor, David Brown (either a Jew or Knox's Shabbos Goy).
"I'm emailing you because Knox has no email. I would advise you to listen very carefully to Knox's 'sermon' this Sun morning (11/1). His rant mocks the Church, Gentiles, and Christians who know and speak truth..."
David emailed me back a long email. The following are his first and last sentences:
"I will not continue to entertain your anti-Jewish hatred, your conspiracy theories, or your disparaging comments regarding my pastor."
"You are not welcome to attend THE BIBLE Baptist Church and spread beliefs and/or teachings that are contrary to what our church and its leadership believes and teaches."
In not allowing "beliefs contrary to what our church and its leadership believes and teaches," though those beliefs are true and biblical, qualifies James Knox's church as a cult.
In expressing the biblical truth that national Israel has no right to Palestine today to a fellow Christian in a private conversation, I incurred Knox's wrath and was labeled a Jew hater. Without doubt, Zionism is a fundamental doctrine of the faith at Knox's Bible Baptist Church.
In response to my private conversation on 10/29, Knox gave this "sermon" on 11/1 (seen below) which clearly displays both his Zionism and his racist Jewish character.
James Knox's Jewish Zionist Rant (11/1)
Commentary on James Knox's Jewish Zionist Rant (11/1)
James Knox's "sermon" begins about 2:00 minutes into the video. His "sermon" is unbiblical and well represents his Jewish mentality and Zionist agenda. His "sermon" is excerpted below with my comments in red.
2:16--"It's so strange. Your world is full of people who hate Jews and want to be Jews. It's the weirdest thing. It's so strange, everybody says the Jews are cursed, those people who say they're Jews aren't Jews cause we're Jews. Well, so are you cursed?"
Is it strange that people say the Jews are cursed? Jesus Christ cursed Israel for their rejection of Him:
"Behold, your house is left unto you desolate. For I say unto you, Ye shall not see me henceforth, till ye shall say, Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord. (Matt 23:38,39)
And the Jews cursed themselves:
"Then answered all the people, and said, His blood be on us, and on our children." (Matt 27:25)
3:41--"It's almost as if the Holy Spirit knew that after 2000 years of bible preaching, churches would still be full of people who either think they are Jews or hate Jews."
Unlike James Knox, the Holy Spirit can't lie. Are churches filled with people who hate Jews? At 2:16, Knox said that the world is full of people who hate Jews. Now at 3:41, Knox says that churches are full of people who hate Jews. Knox labels Christians as "Jew haters" if they don't agree with Zionism.
6:54--"Now that God has started his church, guess who has the adoption? Israel. Guess who has the glory? Israel...None of those things were transferred to the church. None of those things were taken away from Israel."
Knox is lying. The church has these things. "That we might receive the adoption of sons." (Gal 4:5) "We have received the Spirit of adoption." (Romans 8:15) "Having predestinated us unto the adoption of children by Jesus Christ..." (Ephesians 1:5) "And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them." (John 17:22) Today, dispersed Israel has neither the adoption nor the glory.
8:15--"Romans 9:4 says they [the promises] still belong to Israel.
Romans 9:6 states, "For they are not all Israel, which are of Israel." Most of Israel are children of the flesh; the children of God are the children of promise who will believe in Jesus Christ (Romans 9:7,8).
who don't read the bible, but believe everything they choose on the
internet are arguing with pastors all over America that there wasn't a
holocaust, that God's done with Israel, that Jews are the enemy of all
righteousness and when you say show me that in the bible they send you
to a website."
Knox is lying. Are Christians all over America arguing with pastors that there wasn't a holocaust? And how could any pastor be expected to establish its truthfulness since it occurred 1900 years after the bible was written? Christians know that God is not done with Israel and Christians know that national Israel won't be regathered until the Millennial Kingdom when the Jewish remnant believes in their Messiah, Jesus Christ. (Ezekiel 36-37, Zechariah 12-14)
do people want promises of physical health and healing that God made to
Israel and not to the Church? Property that God gave to Israel and not
to the Church."
Knox is lying. God made conditional promises of health and property to Israel. He's also made promises of healing and property to the Church. Referring to Peter's mother-in-law: "That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Esaias the prophet, saying, Himself took our infirmities, and bare our sicknesses." (Matt 8:17) "To another faith by the same Spirit; to another the gifts of healing by the same Spirit." (1 Cor. 12:9) Christians will rule and reign with Jesus and inherit the entire world. "And has made us unto our God kings and priests: and we shall reign on the earth." (Rev. 5:10)
11:15--"Wouldn't it be a strange thing to say I'm a Christian and I'm anti-Jew?"
Is it a strange thing? "...for ye also have suffered like things of your own countrymen, even as they have of the Jews: Who both killed the Lord Jesus, and their own prophets, and have persecuted us; and they please not God, and are contrary to all men. (1 Thess 2:14-15)
Christians are God's chosen people and the unbelieving Jew has been condemned. The Jews crucified Jesus Christ and their descendants still hate Him today. To answer Knox's question, read what the Jews' bible, the Talmud, has to say about Jesus Christ and Christians. Also, one should understand the Jews' Noahide Laws which are US law today.
12:24--"Here's the point: Everything God gave to Israel before Calvary still belongs to the nation of Israel after Calvary."
Knox is lying. God's promises to Israel were conditional. God did promise
the land to Israel, but both Judah and Israel were taken captive for
their continual disobedience which culminated when they committed the
unpardonable sin and crucified Jesus Christ. This is why Jesus cursed
them: "Behold, your house [your land] is left unto you desolate." (Matt 23:38)
was making an issue Thursday night [10/29]. 'The Jews they're trying to take
over the world.' What do I care? The Jews control Hollywood. So what?
The Jews got Wall St. I don't care."
Knox is lying. I raised the issue he's referring to Thursday night as I told a man in a private conversation that I opposed Zionism. I never said anything about Jews controlling the world or Hollywood or Wall St. and if Knox doesn't care, then why is he going on with this damage control three days after my conversation? And why was I ordered to never speak on this topic again within his church if he doesn't care? The truth is that, being a Jew, Knox can't allow Christians to suspect that the Jews do control the world and that they have a plan to kill them (see the Noahide Laws).
Falwell, a Baptist, linked arms with the Mormon church and the Catholic
Church to start the Moral Majority to get American Christians involved
Knox won't inform his congregation that Jerry Falwell linked arms with Israeli Prime Minister, Menachem
Begin, and that Falwell was given a private jet by Israel to further
their Zionist goals-which is the real "politics" Falwell got American
Christians involved with. (L)
22:05--"I heard someone say, the only reason people pretend to be Jews in Israel is so that they can get money. America gives everyone money. We give money to everybody."
Knox wants to downplay the vast amount of money the US gives to Israel. For instance, in 2012 Obama signed a pledge to give Israel more than 70 billion dollars-the news of which was largely suppressed by the US media. (L) The US gives far more money to Israel, than to the rest of the world combined and, in addition, every US state in the nation must also give to Israel. Holding fast to his Zionist agenda, Knox is fanatical in his support for the counterfeit Israel that exists today in defiance of Jesus Christ.
23:15--"Here's what does bother me, there's some Jews in this county that have tripped over Christ and their souls aren't saved."
Is Knox bothered by this? He pressures his church members to stand on street corners recruiting Gentiles. Would he ever have them handing out gospel tracts at the local Synagogue or Chabad?
told me the other day these Jews run everything. Yeah, man, the NFL is
just filled with Jews-Jew wide receivers and Jew running backs and Jew
quarterbacks." (to his laughing and stupid congregation)
Assuming someone did tell this to Knox, obviously, they meant that Jews run things of importance, like The Fed or Hollywood, but Knox is ridiculing this statement and reducing it to an absurdity. (Knox's fallacy in argument here is known as reductio ad absurdum.) And though no one does care who controls football, notice that Knox only mentions the NFL's Gentile players, and not the NFL's Jewish team owners who do run the NFL. And why must Knox use absurdity to downplay that "Jews run everything" if he's a Gentile?
A Letter to James Knox's Congregation
As you know, not all who say Lord, Lord will enter Heaven and I'm writing this letter to the few who do have eyes to see and ears to hear. In particular, I'm writing so that you may read a website I've recently created called Zionism Exposed. The address of this website is www.zionismexposed.com.
My recent experience at Bible Baptist Church has prompted this website. I was told that I could no longer attend services there if I continued to express any opposition to Zionism (Israel's right to Palestine today). I've learned that to express this biblical truth in James Knox's church is to basically commit an "unpardonable sin."
After this encounter, I've undertaken to look closely into James Knox and his teachings. What I've discovered is concerning. I've found evidence that James Knox is a Jew and that his real objective is to transition Christians from the Bible (God's word) to the Talmud/Kabbalah (Satan's word) and ultimately to bring them under the Noahide Laws. Please realize that I'm not holding any grudge against Knox. This website wasn't written to exact vengeance in any way. I'm a Christian and this website is the best way I know to expose the issues that are threatening Christians today. The website covers the following topics: Zionism, the Talmud, the Noahide Laws (which are US law today), the identity of the Mark of the Beast (the Seal of Solomon), the King James Only Movement (which is transitioning Christians to Jewish Kabbalism), James Knox, and his friend, Gail Riplinger.
Though this website, to an extent, does expose Jewish control of the churches, I'm not a conspiracy theorist or a Jew hater as announced by James Knox from his pulpit. I'm a born again Christian, I live for Jesus Christ, and I'm very concerned for the Christians who are being deceived by the wolves in sheep's clothes who are running the churches.
The end-times are here. The rapture will be very soon and Satan and his agents are out in force (especially in the churches). This world is ruled entirely through deception. Let's be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.
James Knox is a Jewish wolf in sheep's clothes who accuses those who oppose Zionism on biblical grounds of "Jew-hatred," but what Zionists, like Knox, truly hate is when their secrets are revealed. They hate the public exposure of their Talmudic Noahide Laws (already US Law), which is their plan to behead all who worship Jesus Christ and who refuse to worship their False Jewish Messiah, the Antichrist, and who refuse to take his Mark.
"For there is nothing hidden which will not be revealed, nor has anything been kept secret but that it should come to light." (Mark 4:22)