This Captain pick’s and narrows the once Broad and Liberal Church, the pride of John Howard, for a much narrower one. One filled with evangilists, bigots, and hate dividing Christians for the votes of a few extremist cults like QAnon. They are happily trampling on the lives of some trans-children’s hope.
“I don’t share Matt’s view. I share Tony Abott’s view,” Morrison said. “I’m not joining that pile on. Others may wish to, who fundamentally are seeking for her [Deves] not to be there. I suspect because they don’t like some of the things she’s talking about when it comes to women and girls and sport.”
Source: Scott Morrison faces Liberal mutiny over Warringah candidate Katherine Deves’ trans views | Australian election 2022 | The Guardian
This however does not suggest that opposition to the State of Israel is anti- Semitic or anti-Judaic
Many Christians of varying denominations regard their faith as having developed from Jesus’s rejection of Judaism. But Jesus was a faithful Jew who respected and protected Jewish traditions, practices and laws. The belief that Christianity replaced or supplanted Judaism is known as Christian supersessionism. Christian supersessionism has not only fed into negative perceptions of Jews and Judaism since antiquity, but has also incited violence against Jews. Historically, Christian anti-Jewish sentiment often became especially pronounced when Christians observed Holy Week, the week commemorating the time leading up to Jesus’s crucifixion and resurrection. As Amy-Jill Levine, a leading professor of New Testament and Jewish studies, writes, “every time the Passion narratives are read, the threat of anti-Judaism reappears.”
Source: How misreadings of the Christian Gospels fuel anti-Judaism and Ignore Jesus’ Jewishness