Hollander is also on the rabbinical advisory board of Noahide Nations, a website run by former Christian-turned-Noahide Ray Pettersen, who proselytises amongst Christians to become Bnei Noach.
We read on Hollander’s profile at Noahide Nations:
Rabbi Yeshayahu [Julius] HaKohen Hollander is the current Segan Av Beith Ha-Din of the Sanhedrin. [...] Through his work on the Sanhedrin, Rabbi Hollander assists Noahides from around the world.
The Sanhedrin Noahide court was established by Rabbi Avraham Toledano, a former leader of the Far Right Kach party now outlawed in Israel.
Most Noahides have come out of fundamentalist/evangelical Christianity, and know the tactics of the missionary. Noahides know all the arguments, they know the theology, and they know what verses the missionary will use to back up their claims. Noahides also know the fatal errors in the Christian argument, not the least of which is the validity of the Greek texts of the New Testament.
Another article claims that the golden calf was half-ox representing Edom and Christianity, and half-donkey representing Ishmael and Islam. So Rabbi Hollander is an advisor to Noahides who seek to prosleytise Christians out of what they consider to be idolatry.
Yet here is Rabbi Hollander on Turkish TV saying all ways are acceptable to God – including Christianity:
We want to bring the situation to where the only issue is to bring people by intellectual means and by the use of our spirit to understand God in this world, and when they do that they will accept making peace in the whole world. And all people together, we’ll all worship together, each one in his own way: the Druze in their way, Islam in another way, the Christians in another way, all ways are accepted to God.
It seems that Rabbi Hollander is trying to have the best of both worlds: on the one hand he considers Christianity to be as equally valid as Judaism, and on the other hand he supports proselytising attempts which target Christians for conversion to become Noahides who reject Christ.
I think believers in Yeshua haMashiach who support the Sanhedrin Initiative’s attempt to reinstitute the Korban Pesach sacrifice on the Temple Mount should be aware of these contradictions.