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Declaring Christ as King is “antisemitic,” says Jewish Daily Wire host Andrew Klavan – Jews are “God’s chosen people” that are racially superior to mere Christians
By Ethan Huff // Mar 27, 2024

The Daily Wire's Andrew Klavan is going to bat for company founder Ben Shapiro, having recently stated on his show that people who believe "Christ is King" and declare that to Shapiro, an unbelieving Jew, are "antisemitic."

Klavan, a Jewish man himself who says he was "baptized by a priest" and became a Christian, is taking aim in the below clip at critics of Shapiro who try to tell The Daily Wire editor-in-chief and editor emeritus that he must believe in Christ as King in order to be saved.

"I'm proud of my race," Klavan said about how he responded to the priest who baptized him after the priest said that Christians will never accept Klavan because of his Jewish ancestry.

"It's a great race. It's done many great things – including write the Bible," Klavan continues, suggesting that the Bible was written not by God-inspired men, both Jew and gentile, but by the "Jewish race."

(Related: Remember last fall when Ben Shapiro had a meltdown after employee Candace Owens, a Christian, tweeted New Testament passages of scripture that defy Shapiro's pro-Zionist viewpoints about Israel's war on Gaza?)

There's NO access to God without Christ

Klavan says that all Christians except for those from "the Christ is King antisemitic crowd" have accepted him "with open arms." It is precisely those who try to tell Jews that they must be saved through Christ that Klavan apparently takes issue with, his apparent belief being that they are still "God's chosen" even without Christ.

"Christ is the king, and one day every knee will bow and recognize this – because he's not just my king, he's the king of the universe," Klavan says.

"But when you use that phrase to mean that God has abandoned his chosen people, the Jews, through whom he came into this world incarnate, and that he's broken his promises, his covenant with the Jews, you are quoting Scripture like Satan does in the Bible," Klavan added. "You are quoting Scripture to your purposes and that, to me, is specifically wicked."

So far, you might be thinking that Klavan's viewpoints are somewhat reasonable, but it is right after this in the segment that Klavan went off the rails to suggest that it is not okay to tell Shapiro, an unbelieving Jew, that he must believe in Christ because Shapiro supposedly still worships the same God.

"When you spit that phrase at Ben Shapiro, my friend Ben Shapiro … Life is not a game show where you guess the name of God and you get to go to heaven – honk, yes the name is Jesus," Klavan mocks.

"I look at Ben's life and I think, if Ben were to embrace Jesus Christ, it would cause devastation to his family, to the people who love him, to the people who listen to him, to his position in the world. I just have this feeling that God has put this guy where he wants him to do what he wants him to do."

In other words, Klavan apparently believes that Shapiro has found his own way to God through something other than Christ and that this is okay because "God hasn't abandoned his people."

Perhaps Klavan missed John 14:6 when he "converted" to Christianity:

"Jesus said to him, 'I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.'"

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