Are The Black Hebrew Israelites The Synagogue of Satan Accusation in Revelation 2:9?

Are The Black Hebrew Israelites The Synagogue of Satan Accusation in Revelation 2:9?

What is The Synagogue of Satan Accusation in Revelation 2:9?

The accusation that the synagogue was a synagogue, not of Judeans but of Satan is connected with an internal dispute on how one faithful to Israelite traditions should live with the Roman economic system. The author of Revelation was arguing that there should be no compromise with Rome, and those who did compromise were not fit to be called Judean. The Synagogue, on the other hand, argued that peaceful coexistence with Rome was possible. It is suggested that the synagogue accused members of the church in Smyrna of not being Judean because they refused to pay the special Judean tax that allowed them to practice their religion unmolested. For the author of Revelation, however, to pay the tax would be an act of apostasy, as the tax paid for the rebuilding of the Capitoline temple

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I would suggest The Black Hebrew Israelites are a fake group of Jewish or The Synagogue of Satan Accusation in Revelation 2:9 because they act and behave like a group of people claiming to be something their not. If I and my friends get together and call ourselves a title for our group it does not make it so. We must make a case that can stand up in a court of law.

Key Points
 

  • Black Hebrew Israelites are not the same as Black Jews or Jews of color.
  • Not all Black Hebrew Israelite organizations are antisemitic or extremists.
  • The Black Hebrew Israelite movement is divided into organizations or sects that operate semi-independently across the United States.
  • Black Hebrew Israelites believe that they are the true Israelites and that the Twelve Tribes of Israel are people of color.
  • Popular activities include street teachings and public speaking events.
  • Extremist sects heavily rely on social media to spread information and coordinate activity.

Background
 

The Black Hebrew Israelite (BHI) movement is a fringe religious movement that rejects widely accepted definitions of Judaism and asserts that people of color are the true children of Israel.

Followers, who are also referred to as “Black Hebrews” or “Hebrew Israelites,” believe that Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans are the descendants of the Twelve Tribes of Israel. It  should be noted that not all BHI adherents include Native American populations in the Twelve Tribes, but they all agree that white people or conventionally accepted Jews are not members of the tribes. This is a departure from the mainstream understanding of the Twelve Tribes as a reference to Jacob’s twelve sons, who each represent a different genealogical thread of the Jewish population. Similarly, adherents of the white supremacist Christian Identity Movement also claim to be members of the “lost tribes” of Israel.

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Black Hebrew Israelites are not Jews and Black Jews are not the same as Black Hebrew Israelites. Black Jews and Jews of color are genuine members of the Jewish faith.  Black Hebrew Israelites identify specifically with the biblical Israelites and consider Judaism, Christianity and Islam to be false religions. Many BHI teachers claim that Jews and other white people forced Black individuals into other religions. Extreme factions believe white Jews are perpetuating identity theft. 

Black Hebrew Israelites believe they are members of the Twelve Tribes based on biblical interpretation that teaches that their population will be spread across the globe, which they tie to the trans-Atlantic slave trade. BHI presents slavery, racism, incarceration and other social ills as divine punishments for disobedience that can only be cured through BHI ideology.

Exstremists Sects

Many BHI teachings use verses from the Book of Deuteronomy, the fifth book of the Torah, and the King James Bible to tell the history of Israelites from the Old Testament and to give a biblical explanation for the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Teachings assert that the Israelites were warned of repercussions for breaking the Commandments but did not abide, resulting in enslavement as punishment and another race inhabiting Israel in their place. Preachers use Deuteronomy 28:15-68 to encourage individuals to embrace their true title as God’s chosen children or continue to suffer in society as their ancestors have.

BHI adherents reject all images of a white Jesus and claim that these images are further attempts to steal the Israelites’ identity. Adherents have identified a Bible passage they believe shows Jesus was a Black man. Revelation 1:15 of the King James Bible:

Revelation 1:15 And his feet like unto fine brass, as if they burned in a furnace; and his voice as the sound of many waters.

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The description of Jesus’ feet as dark and burned is frequently cited as proof that depictions of Jesus as white are misrepresentations. Some preachers assert that accepting the true Biblical image of Christ as he is described and not the “New Jesus” taught by Christianity is a step towards claiming one’s true identity as an Israelite. In extremist sects, it is believed that Jesus, the Messiah, will only save Israel, or the Israelites.

White people and white Jews are commonly referred to as “Edomites” or descendants of “Esau” and biblical enemies of Jacob (Israel). They are described as hairy and ugly, and some teachings of BHI believe that Edomites will become slaves in heaven.

BHI celebrations of Passover and its understanding of symbols like the Star of David or menorahs are based on BHI biblical interpretation and not mainstream Judaism. Christian holidays are considered pagan or Devil celebrations, as are Thanksgiving and other non-denominational holidays. BHI adherents use ancient and manipulated variations of Hebrew, rather than accepted versions. “Y” is heavily used, and other vowels are eliminated. I Individual groups favor different variations, but all refer to God and Jesus as Yahawashi, Yahawah, YHWH, or Yahweh and reject spellings or pronunciations of mainstream Judaism.

Extremist Ideology
 

BHI teachings become explicitly hateful when coupled with racial superiority and accusations against white individuals and specific hatred towards the Jewish community. Extremist Black Hebrew Israelites assert that white people are agents of Satan, Jews are liars and false worshipers of God, and Blacks are racially superior and the only true “chosen people.” Some extremist leaders preach that only true descendants of the Twelve Tribes (Blacks, Hispanics, and Native Indians based on their beliefs) will be allowed into heaven, and that God will permit them to rule over all other races. Leaders and street teachers also push homophobic, transphobic and sexist beliefs, including referring to the LGBTQ community as demonic and not loved by God.

To read more of this article: Black Hebrew Israelite Movement

Ben Ammi and BHI?

Recent months have seen an increasing media visibility for a movement which has existed for more than a century, but previously was little talked about. Commonly known as Black Hebrew Israelites (BHI), or simply Hebrew Israelites, this broad grouping consists of many different sects, all of which hold the common belief that the African diaspora descended from those taken as slaves are descendants of the biblical Israelites.

Ideas about the origins of the Hebrew Israelite movement are still being untangled by scholars; most do not believe that there is any historical link to the Israelites (although the complexities of history and migration offer several paths for such to still be a possibility). My own take on this can be read in my recent article in Religion Compass.

Much of the increase in visibility has centred around the most hardline elements. Members of one group (The House of Israel) were involved in the January 2019 standoff between high school students and a Native American elder in Covington which caused headlines and social media outcry.

The shooter who killed three Jews and police officer in New Jersey at the end of last year also had an interest in BHI thought (though he does not seem to have been a member of any group) – see a report in the New York Times.

Such events have led the Southern Poverty Law Center to designate some Hebrew Israelite groups as hate groups.

One of the most radical groups is the One West Camp; based in Harlem originally, they have fragmented recently (the House of Israel are one offshoot). Since the non-appearance of the black Christ who their leader predicted to return in 2000 to destroy or enslave whites (the descendants of Esau), an increasing radicalism and apocalyptic fervour has taken hold among some groups – they eagerly await their own version of the end times when they will be lifted to the their righteous place and the deserving will be punished.

Hebrew Israelite groups have also appeared in the UK – The Church of Yahawashi is a London-based group which are influenced by One West and are prolix in their hate and discussion of the violence they will soon deal to whites, Jews, women, homosexuals, and anyone else who summons their disfavour (see report from Hope not Hate). Last year the Jewish Chronicle reported that the group publicly abused Jews in Stamford Hill as “devils” and “abominations”. A video also surfaced of one unidentified man harassing a young orthodox Jewish family on the London Underground. He was reading New Testament passages referring to the “synagogue of Satan” as part of his argument that Jews had “stolen my heritage” and were to soon become slaves themselves (he was distracted by a Muslim woman who has been roundly commended). See a personal report published on the Forward website.

For One West, whites and Jews (Jews are whites who have fiendishly stolen the true identity of Israel, according to their worldview) are characterized as Edom, descendants of Jacob’s ousted brother Esau, while all non-caucasoid people are identified with one of the twelve tribes of Israel (African Americans are Judah).

The false claim that Jews were responsible for the slave trade has been around since at least 1991, when the Nation of Islam published The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, a polemical misreading of actual scholarship which has since become quite influential. In fact its trace can be seen even in the white supremacist “Replacement Theory”, a longstanding antisemitic canard regarding miscegenation which in its modern version proposes Jewish initiation of the slave trade as one part of a plot to destabilise Christian civilization via multiculturalism and ultimately replace white communities with non-whites (recent versions include Jewish billionaire George Soros’ humanitarian efforts as part of the plot) – see a recent report in The Guardian. Interestingly the Nation of Islam seem to have emerged from the same milieu as the Hebrew Israelites; indeed, they too claim the Israelites were black, and there has been ongoing interchange between the two movements of Black Judaism and Black Islam that emerged as African American responses to slavery, the loss of identity, and the enormous sufferings heaped upon them in the Americas; see Jacob Dorman’s Chosen People.

As mentioned, this is the most radical fringe of the movement. Recent estimates of Hebrew Israelites in the USA stand at 5% of black Americans – 1.5 million – and the large majority are not the hate-preachers who grab the most attention. (See recent research published by LifeWay Christian Resources.) Rabbi Capers Funnye is a case in point, as leader of a Hebrew Israelite congregation and head of the Israelite Board of Rabbis, he underwent conversion to rabbinic Judaism and now maintains one foot in each camp (or, some might prefer to say, he is helping create a space which unites the two).

If this so far has made rather bleak reading, I will now introduce an important counterpoint. One of the most significant Hebrew Israelite groups are the African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem (AHIJ). This community left America in 1967, when their leader Ben Ammi (1939-2014) had a vision instructing him to take his people back to the Promised Land. They have lived there ever since and number some 4,000, with large satellite communities around the globe. Although relations were not always amicable between the AHIJ and the Israeli state, they are now a well-liked and integrated part of the society. The political vicissitudes were reflected in corollary hardening and softening of their own attitudes towards Israel, and at times towards the Jewish people. However, the last three decades have witnessed a concerted effort to build peace, including using their unique perspective in mediating between black and Jewish communities in the USA. Now, their children routinely perform military service, and fellow Israelis are referred to as brothers and sisters; the Jewish people is referred to as “a speckled bird” made up of people from many different backgrounds and appearances. (I have a chapter on the history of these relations in a volume, Jewish Perspectives on the Stranger edited by Catherine Bartlett due to be published soon by Brill.)

Ben Ammi has been the constant guiding light for the community; his outlook bears no small degree of influence from his Hebrew Israelite predecessors, but he is the most sophisticated and powerful thinker the movement has produced, not to mention its most successful. Aspects that he adopts from the common pool of Hebrew Israelite theology include: the interpretation of predictions of a second enslavement in Deut. 28 as referring to American slavery; a particularly immanent theology; a concern with diet and health; a culturally conservative outlook; and an apocalyptic paradigm. (On Ben Ammi’s apocalyptic thought, see my entry in the forthcoming Critical Dictionary of Apocalyptic and Millenarian Movements .) But where contemporaries mentioned above resort to talk of revenge for the indignities of slavery and colonialism, and of coming suffering for all outside of the covenant, Ben Ammi’s own trials as he led his community through two years in the Liberian desert, then two decades of struggle within Israel and their interactions with other new Israelis from around the world, have significantly matured his (and their) thought. The AHIJ see themselves as the vanguard of a new way of life, a positive approach to living which includes strong family and communal bonds, ecological awareness, veganism, a holistic spirituality which guides every moment of their lives, and a keen universalism which talks of love for the entire human family. A crucial part of this is Ben Ammi’s interpretation of slavery as not solely a manifestation of European evil – he claims that while an evil spirit took hold of Europeans in the last 2000 years, the reason for this was ultimately because Israel forsook their responsibility to keep the covenant and serve as a light to the gentiles; slavery, he argued, was God’s punishment for Israel breaking His laws, Europeans were only his rod of correction. Now, having found the Law once again the Israelites must take their responsibility to the whole world seriously and lead everyone out of the pit of sin that they currently inhabit. In AHIJ teaching, the end result of this will be a return to the Garden of Eden and an overcoming of Adam and Eve’s sin that cursed humanity with death; the New Adamic civilization will be immortal, as we were intended to be. The beginnings of this new world are evident in the community in Israel which terms itself the Kingdom of Yah, a place (they claim often) free of the many diseases of the modern world, of crime, sexual immorality, disrespect, and drug use. The community has even outlawed tobacco as part of its commitment to health and wellbeing. Everyone must exercise three times a week and frequent periods of eating without salt, sugar, margarine, or cooked food are part of the regime.

To read more about this article: Ben Ammi and BHI

BHI may not be the members referred to in Revelation 2:9 but act and behave as a example of the people described in Revelation 2:9. They continue to attack groups that they say steal their heritage, call Jews Liars, harass people who don’t look like them. So I would have to describe them as the children of Satan who worship in Satan’s Synagogue.

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I would start out by saying what Jesus Christ would want us to do? Pray and how should we pray? The Lord’s Prayer, and how often should we pray? Continually. Why do we use the Lord’s Prayer and not some other? The Lord’s Prayer covers all the areas that is important for our spiritual being.

When we pray the Lords prayer we ask to forgive our enemies, let God’s will be done, the kingdom to come. By praying the Lord’s prayer we let go of many thoughts we have in our head and give them back to God so we can have things revealed to us.

We must overcome resentment in our heart, and in a past video I shared about Dr. Jordan Peterson talks about how resentment can destroy us and we become our own very worst enemy and Jordan goes on to say that we must talk to people what we have resentment toward to overcome that resentment. Other people who lived in the past who talked about this is Jesus Christ and someone who is living now who talks about this daily is Brother Augustine, Dr. John MacArthur, Dr. Charles Stanley, Rev. John Piper and Pastor Paul Washer.

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Women are looking for a fathers love. Its important that men understand women are looking for a fathers love and not get screwed. Woman more than anything are looking for a strong spiritual man to lead the future (the family). I think in many YouTube videos on biblical teachings, how young women are being hurt by men that are just looking to get laid instead of doing right and being in christ and setting a good example of a strong man. We must be in Christ, hate no one, love all, forgave thoses we resent, love what is right and support people who are walking with God.

Women need their fathers in their lives to be strong man to be good examples and not BETA men or weak examples of what a man should be. Its important that a man leads the way as Christ leads men, we as man need to fellow Jesus Christ to keep society from going to HELL.

Every day you can see or people watch how some men and women our living in hell without the right spiritual order then you will continue your hellish way according to 2 Peter. You can also find it in Romans. God will give you over to a reprobate mind.

And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient. – Romans 1:28 (KJV)

In Romans 1, Paul refers to something known as a reprobate mind. If you’re not familiar with the term reprobate, the literal definition in the Greek is failing to pass the test, unapproved, counterfeit.

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All of us are tested everyday by our personal internal struggle coming from resentment of what happened earlier in our lives as children typically what our mother did to us, telling how our fathers were not good enough or driving us away from our fathers when we were children. We most go to the people that we have resentment against and forgive them. By forgiving our mothers or whoever we have resentment against, God will forgive us and we can return to the heavenly Father through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

It was said if you don’t love everyone then you love no one. People today live like the Old Testament people did. We must forgive and love everyone as God Commanded us to do according to Matthew 22:34-40.

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