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Thursday, December 21, 2006

The Consequences of Political Correctness

I fear political correctness is the apathy that will destroy western culture. Preying on this weakness fanatic Muslims are insipidly making inroads into American infrastructure. The primary purveyors of this doctrine are media and Hollywood and its tentacles have spread far and wide.

Extremist Muslim theology preaches that until Muslims battle with Jews and Christians there can be no coming of the Shiite Islamic messiah figure – the Mahdiend time (end-time).

Documented Facts
This past summer extremist fanatical Muslims were encouraged to kill at least one American in the next 15 days. (Abu Hamza al-Muhajer)
Currently over 4000 forums on the web are moderated by extremist Muslims who spew their hate against America and Israel.
Extremist Muslims continue to teach their children that Jews are pigs and apes.
Muslim propaganda leap-frogs western culture's military superiority as the primary tool of Jihad.

Unless something dramatically changes and forces us to rethink our penchant for political correctness our children are going to face the stark reality of what it means to “suffering for Christ sake.”
(Imagine the feelings that would quickly run from head to toe if masked Muslim terrorist armed with AEK assault rifles entered your Christian assembly this Sunday and forced everyone to leave their pew and face the wall in front of them with their arms extended and both hands on the wall—and then one by one they asked each person, “Do you believe in Jesus or Mohammad.”)
In a society that has, for the last half-century, grown very fat and comfortable (what J.I. Packer called Hot Tub Religion)—choosing Christ in a praise assembly with hands raised is one thing but choosing Him in a hostile environment would be a very, very different thing.

I pray I’m wrong but it appears America is nearing the end of one era for the commencing of a prolonged and dangerous period. May God help us!


At 9:36 PM, Anonymous brian said...

I am not saying I want it to happen, but the violent scenario you presented might actually be good for the church...if our goal is to be faithful and glorify God instead of filling up church buildings

At 10:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I do not follow your logic. How would killing innocent Americans/ Isrealis be "ggod for the church"???

There is no crrelation between the two that I can see.

At 10:15 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I agree that we are too politically correct. We are afraid of "offending" people and "judging" peopel because we are being brainwashed into believing that this is wrong. We, as Americans, need to stand up and claim our God-rrots and say to the world that we are a nation that was founded on Godly princples. Although, we have made mistakes, as a country, and will continue to make mistakes, we are constantly striving to better ourselves.

At 1:24 PM, Anonymous brian said...

I am saying that God has and can use persecution to accomplish a lot.

God used Assyria and Babylon to punish and purify His people.

If innocent Christians die for their faith and don't deny Jesus as Lord, that brings God glory.

We assume God wants us to live a long and abundant life on earth. Maybe so, maybe not. He wants us to be faithful to the point of death.

Read Revelation 2-3. It's all about witnessing in the midst of persecution.

"churches are born in catacombs and die in cathedrals"

At 10:37 PM, Anonymous Steve said...

Merry Christmas!


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