I don't know that necessarily is (or isn't) anti-Semitic, but it's the same argument deployed by evangelicals against atheists, "the unchurched", sometimes Catholics, basically anyone who disagrees with them. Because Christian fundamentalism isn't about being good, or kind, or loving ... it's about being right, doctrinally correct, and ideologically pure, at any cost. Including, as we now clearly know, overlooking Trump's pussy-grabbing and immigrant-child-traumatizing (because Supreme Court Justices and repealing the Johnson amendment trumps all); overlooking Roy Moore's many accusers and established past reputation as a person who makes unwanted advances on underage girls (because he "stands up to godless influences" ), etc. There's basically no level they won't lower themselves to, in order to obtain temporal power.
So it's a lot more than anti-Semitism. It's anti-disagreement, anti-hated-other, regardless of Jewishness. It's the wet dream of establishing a theocracy. It's forcing their rules on people outside their own group. Hell, it's about destroying the whole damned republic.
I know to many folks that appears to be ridiculous to identify that speech as "casual anti-Semitism" but I can tell you that Christians who make a big deal about ONLY wanting to be around Christians is really code for "NO JEWS ALLOWED". It's meaning is very deliberate and specific. It's not casual, and many Christians read it loud and clear as code for anti-Jewish. I have heard Christian business people say they want only to deal with Christian businesses meaning the same thing. Or neighborhoods who only want Christians in their neighborhood. I heard a lot of that in the northeast part of the country. It really the same as a white racist calling a black adult male "Boy".
I wonder what’s more damaging - Teaching your kid that anyone who is not a Christian might not be a good person, or teaching him that everyone who does believe in Jesus automatically IS...
Also... Ironic that as such a devout Christian she made a whole lot of money and gained fame playing a witch?
I thought the whole original sin thing meant that everyone was bad (sinners)? Isn't it weird how certain dogmas are dropped when convenient? I know most Christians think that believing in Jesus "saves" you from your sinful, fallen nature...so you can go to heaven anyway, but it doesn't make you "good".