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Reply To: How can you work to combat antisemitism and supersessionism in your own Christian community?


In my context, in a Latin American country, I believe providing teaching tools to pastors and leaders is a great alternative to reach others. A good book is “Israel Matters”, and it is also a resource for youth. Also, exposing real examples of antisemitism and suppersessionism in theological perspectives is necessary. Education is like a weapon to combat these issues. Presenting statistics is relevant, and to expose the role of the church for blessing Israel, being part of that Olive Tree, and not forgetting that we came from that heritage. I also believe educating the children is a key, as it happens in my country Guatemala, where a week is dedicated to learn about Israel, about their history, people, culture, land and impact to the world. This focus also could be implemented inside churches in the kids schools.