Mexican and Indian Land Claims in The United States
Five Radio programs by Pastor Sheldon Emry in 1977.
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One minute introduction
Radio Broadcast #1. - Listening time
is 26 minutes.
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The Amonite land claims in the Old Testament's book of Judges are similar to
Indian and Mexican land claims in America today.
The Amonites were wrong claiming land lost 300 years
earlier just as the Mexicans and Indians are wrong claiming land lost long
The Amonite claim was fraudulent as are many claims today.
Pastor Emry asks, "How many of our ministers or
politicians have ever read Judges 10 and 11 of the Book of Judges and even
if they did, how many could see its relation to America of today?
U.S. government lawsuits
on behalf of Indians against White People. What does the Bible say about
all this and is there any word from God?
The Bible answer to Indian and Mexican land claims.
Radio Broadcast #2. - Listening time is
Broadcast #3. - Listening
time is 21 minutes.
Radio Broadcast #4. - Listening time is
|Judges10:19 And Israel sent messengers unto Sihon king of the
king of Heshbon; and Israel said unto him, Let us pass, we pray thee,
through thy land into my place.
||Judges 11:13. And the king of the children of
Ammon answered unto the messengers of Jephthah,
Because Israel took away my land, when they came up out of Egypt, from
Arnon even unto Jabbok, and unto Jordan:
now therefore restore those lands again peaceably.
Amorite: emori (Hebrew) An Amorite; originally a mountaineer,
but finally a Canaanite people living in the land east and west of the
(Hebrew ’emōrî, Egyptian Amar, Akkadian Amurrū (corresponding to
Sumerian MAR.TU or Martu) refers to a Semitic people who occupied the
middle Euphrates area from the second half of the third millennium BC
and also appear in the Tanakh.
Ammonites: Descendants of Lot, generally regarded as relatives
of the Israelites.
Ammon or Ammonites (עַמּוֹן "People", Standard Hebrew Ammon,
Tiberian Hebrew Ammôn), also referred to in the Bible as the "children
of Ammon," were a people of eastern Palestine who along with the
Moabites traced their origin to Lot, the nephew of the patriarch
Abraham, and were regarded as close relatives of the Israelites and
The dictionary does not say the Amorites are Ammonites! In verse 20 the Amorites refused passage and made war
against Israel. And God delivered to Israel the victory. So Israel
claimed the land by right of conquest and had it for three hundred years
before the Ammonites claimed it.
Broadcast #5. - Listening time is 23 minutes.
Links to related subjects.
Dividing Up America Church Sermon
Letter to any minister
review of the book The Thirteenth Tribe.
Dividing Up America