Friday, July 21, 2006

Amillennialist Contra Mundum

When I first began this site, it was with the intention of arguing politics, evolution, and Christian apologetics, topics I found myself addressing often in other forums.

I am forever opposed to anything that attempts to undermine confidence in the Word of Christ, in which we have "the faith once for all delivered to the saints."

And because it is founded upon that Christian faith and the two greatest documents created by Man -- the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution -- I defend the America given to us by God, as our Founding Fathers defined it.

I want what is good for my neighbor, my loved ones, and myself, and that means defending what is good and true.

Over the past three years, I found myself spending more and more words on The Religion of Rape and Slaughter, and that fact troubled me. Watching the coverage of Israel's current action in their War of Self-Defense Against Islam, I realized why my focus had shifted: When an enemy wants to subjugate, enslave, and murder you and yours (temporal consequences of Muhammad's venomous lies), you'd better mount a proper defense against it.

I have come to realize that President Bush's comforting words about Islam after 9/11 -- words I inwardly, quietly, wishfully wanted to believe -- were false.

We are not at war with a "tiny minority of extremists" taking their orders from a nut in a cave. We are engaged in the only continuous war of the last fourteen hundred years, Muhammad's war against humanity.

The more I've learned of Islam's "sacred" texts and history, the more I've come to realize that the "Fundamentalist, Extremist, Radical, IslamoNaziFascist, Islamist, Jihadi, Jihadist-ists" are not perverting "a great world religion of peace," they're fulfilling it.

The monsters who behead Christian schoolgirls in Indonesia, the animals who ask women in a Sudanese village whether they are Christian or Muslim and then slice the breasts off those who answer incorrectly, leaving them to die in the street, the devils who kidnap Copt daughters from their families and then rape and forcibly "marry" and "convert" them -- all of them are imitating the example of their Ideal Man, the false prophet Muhammad.

This barbarism has been carried out -- dependent upon Muslim knowledge, zeal, and resources -- around the world for the last nearly one and one-half millennia.

Only two kinds of people can deny the truth regarding this ancient, horrific, global nightmare: the ignorant and the deceitful.

If anyone doubts, he needs only to read Qur'an, ahadith, and sira, the eternal word of Allah and the words and deeds of its apostle, the genocidal pedophile Muhammad. Most of these texts are easily available to the infidel (and the inquisitive Muslim-In-Name-Only) with an ISP.

Islam's bloody present is just a trickle compared to the flood of its past. Since the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior -- and since Allah's word is immutable -- the stakes in our current conflict can not be higher.

Centuries ago, the Church Father Athanasius earned a reputation for consistently and vigorously fighting heresy. He was unwilling to let falsehood go unchallenged, so a saying developed around him: "Athanasius Contra Mundum" ("Athanasius Against the World").

Loving this same Truth, Martin Luther [apparently, it was misattributed to him] said:
"If I profess with the loudest voice and clearest exposition every portion [of] the truth of God except precisely that little point which the world and the devil are at the moment attacking, I am not confessing Christ, however boldly I may be professing Christ. Where the battle rages there the loyalty of the soldier is proved. And to be steady on all the battlefield besides is merely flight and disgrace if he flinches at that point."
Can one allow the heretical claims of a genocidal, thieving, lying, enslaving pedophile to go unchallenged, especially when that false prophet commanded his followers to kill, rape, and enslave you and yours?

Christ warned that the world would hate His people, just as it hated Him. If one is not persecuted, despised, or rejected for speaking Jesus' words, it would be wise to consider whether one is in the battle at all.

Now is the time to take up the fight.