Jesus warned us in Matthew 7:15-16, "Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. By their fruit you will recognize them."
We must therefore examine the fruits of those who claim to speak for the Lord Jesus. Does what they say support the Scriptures Jesus taught? It is vitally important to know God's Word or otherwise we risk being deceived by false prophets.
Let's see now. Was Jesus a Communist? Nope, that's an insane thought; Communists are atheists and rule by violent means. Was Jesus a violent revolutionist? Are you kidding? He adamantly opposed violence.
Was Jesus a socialist? Absolutely not! He taught that the church and individuals themselves should take care of the poor; He never mentioned that the government was responsible for taking care of the downtrodden. Sorry to inform you leftists, but Jesus also taught that those who refuse to work shall not eat.
Was Jesus a supporter of sexual assaults or criminal activity? That's ludicrous to even suggest such an idea.
And last, but not least, was He an anti-Semite? I don't think so. If He had been, He would have been self-loathing because Jesus was Jewish Himself.
Now, that we have answered all these questions, I think it is fair to assume that Jesus would not have been a supporter of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Sorry, Mr. Archduke of Canterbury, but you are full of crap to suggest so.
Read from Weasel Zippers:
Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams: Jesus Would Have Joined Occupy Wall Street Protests…
".The same Archbishop of Canterbury who once said Sharia law in the UK was 'unavoidable' and wouldn’t be a problem
LONDON — 'Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams says Jesus would have joined protesters from the anti-corporate Occupy movement who have been camped outside London’s St. Paul’s Cathedral for more than seven weeks.
In a British magazine, the leader of the world’s 78 million Anglicans worldwide insisted that Jesus would be “there, sharing the risks, not just taking sides.”
The demonstrators pitched their tents outside the iconic cathedral in mid-October to protest what they see as the unfairness and illegalities of the global financial community.
In his article written for the Christmas edition of the Radio Times magazine, the archbishop said Jesus was “constantly asking awkward questions” in the Bible.
In the St. Paul’s encampment, Williams added, Jesus would be “steadily changing the entire atmosphere by the questions that he asked of everybody involved — rich and poor, capitalist and protester and cleric.”'"