Yesterday, Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich joined a conference of evangelical pastors in Jacksonville, Florida. As they received some advice on proselytizing that most American Jews would find offensive—invoking Jewish stereotypes to boot—Gingrich sat silently, and offered no comment afterwards.
According to Yahoo! News:
...Inside, the topic of the evening discussion, led by Joel Rosenberg, a novelist who writes about Islamic terrorism, focused partially on how to convert Jews to the faith.
“As a Jewish person,” Rosenberg, who was raised by a Jewish father and a Gentile mother, “our people really didn’t get it the first time Jesus came.”
He urged the audience not to be bashful, and to act quickly in case the End Times were nigh. “I know you know Jewish people,” he told them. “You have an accountant, you have a lawyer…”
Gingrich, perched in the back, waited patiently to be introduced to the nationwide audience of pastors….
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