• Our Hands Are Stained with Blood

  • The Tragic Story of the Church and the Jewish People
  • By: Michael L. Brown
  • Narrated by: Tim Cote
  • Length: 8 hrs and 24 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Our Hands Are Stained with Blood

By: Michael L. Brown
Narrated by: Tim Cote
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"My dear friend, Dr. Mike Brown, has written a captivating story talking about the history of anti-Semitism, Our Hands Are Stained with Blood. We all need to know about this subject; it's very important. Jews have been chosen as God's solution. It just does not get more serious than this." (Eric Metaxas, number-one New York Times best-selling author and host of The Eric Metaxas Show)

Every Christian must listen to this shocking account of the church’s history.

The pages of church history are marked by countless horrors committed against the Jewish people.

From the first persecutions of the Jews in the fourth century to the horrors of the Holocaust, from Israel-bashing in today's press to anti-Semitism spouted from the pulpit, this painful book tells the tragic story that every Christian must read.

In a freshly updated and expanded edition of this pivotal work, Dr. Michael Brown exposes the faulty theological roots that opened the door to anti-Semitism in church history, explaining why well-meaning believers so often fall into the trap of hate...and showing how you can bring an end to the cycle of violence.

This generation can make a difference. Now is the time for change! Discover the important role you play in helping to shape a church that will bless Israel rather than curse Israel.

©2019 Michael L. Brown (P)2020 Destiny Image Audio

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Know your history

This is information that most Christians don't know about or care. As a Christian, we look up to our spiritual forefathers and just take for granted they got it right, but most were huge antisemitic bigots whose history will shock you and as you can imagine, their antisemitic bigotry substantially influenced our Christian doctrine and how the scriptures were written to attempt to make the New Testament a testimony for the gentiles and remove as much as possible the Jewishness of the New Testament. If you want to stay ignorant, don't listen to this book. But if you listen to this, you will be held accountable. Enjoy.

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Written with a tear in my eye

I knew it was bad, but I didn’t know it was THIS bad and I repent. I’ve been aware of the book for many years and wanted to read it. When I saw this updated version, I dreaded hearing it but knew I had to. It is hard to take but I trusted Dr. Brown. Christians have to face what’s been done to our elder brother through the centuries in the name of Christ. We need to repent for that and for our audacity in thinking we have replaced them for the Kingdom promises. Christians should just be thankful that we have been grafted in to the rich olive tree and continue in praise to the Father and the Son though the Spirit and humble up. Help me, Lord.

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  • 05-05-22

Deeply bias

little to no critical thought was put into this. The author approaches this subject from one angle only, he refuses to reflect other angles, but always put Israel as the victims, when at times both parties are at fault. quite disappointed when he mentioned news coverage being against Israel when that isn't always the case.