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What are the motivations of Oxford University Press?

Updated on May 17, 2016

Zionism and its misguided Christians

Oxford University Press has absolutely maintained a Zionist-fueled war-driven motive behind their Biblical publications since its beginning. This video makes this point inarguable.

Let me point out that I am not referring to the Oxford University Press in the United Kingdom, which came about in 1480, but rather the 1896 Oxford installment in New York and the soon-to-come Scofield Reference Bible in the U.K.

Before we go any farther, let's note some dates here. In 1896, the current Israel that we recognize did not exist. At that time, Israel was merely a Biblical reference to a former settlement that had gone away long, long ago -- roughly 1250 to 1200 B.C.E. Now, fast-forward 152 years past 1896, to 1948, and the current Israel came about. Historically, ladies and gentlemen, we are seeing evil at work as it unfolded into what it is now.

Edited by C.I. Scofield, alongside Consulting Editors Reverend Henry G. Weston, Rev. James M. Gray, Rev. William J. Erdman, Rev. W.G. Moorhead, Rev. Elmore G. Harris, Arno C. Gaebelein, and Rev. Arthur T. Pierson formed this Bible to better benefit Israel, though none of these men knew anything of this Israel that currently poses the tyrannical terrorist that we all understand.

Christian Zionism: the Tragedy and the Turning, part 1

The Rothschild Dynasty

I am not about to go into the incestuous Rothschild Dynasty again here, or any other family names involved; I have several other postings here on that mess. However, this bit on the Oxford Printing Press is another solid piece of this evil puzzle, though through no fault of the college or its printing press.

Oxford University Press

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