08
Jun
17

The Good the Bad and the Ugly ( Attitudes displayed, not necessarily in that order)


A Christian teacher respected by many, a man I’ve written about in earlier posts, has recently written two posts on his blog* about “the West in prophecy” (what seem to be reposts of articles first published on his blog a year ago – probably revisited because of the recent Islamist attacks in Britain ).

As an example of the tone of those articles I quote a couple of sentences from the conclusion of the second article:

…Europeans for the most part cannot be bothered to have children, The All powerful superstate has seen fit to try to fill those empty taxpaying slots in the economy with Muslims. Millions of them.(After all people are interchangeable units aren’t they?)

What is happening in Europe physically through Immigration is a reflection of what has happened spiritually. For the most part the house is empty, this is not to say there isn’t a remnant of Christians in Europe(and America) for there is.

… into the larger vacuum in Europe are pouring hordes of third world , barbarian savages. America is experiencing similar problems.

Firstly I’d like to point out that I have something about Muslims scheduled to be posted early tomorrow morning (Eastern Australian time) in which I think the writer (Joel Richardson) expresses a much more Christlike view.

Secondly, I posted a comment on the blog mentioned above, that has now been deleted by the “Christian teacher”. And what was my comment? I posted a video that I think addresses the issue of Muslim refugees from a biblical perspective. A video I posted here a few weeks ago.

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* Link to the blog post containing the quote above.

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2 Responses to “The Good the Bad and the Ugly ( Attitudes displayed, not necessarily in that order)”


  1. 1 Marleen
    June 8, 2017 at 8:45 pm

    http://money.cnn.com/2017/06/06/technology/culture/syrian-minecraft-woebot/index.html?iid=surge-story-summary
    Minecraft helps Syrian refugees feel more hopeful
    by Matt McFarland @mattmcfarland
    June 6, 2017: 2:07 PM ET


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