Is this sign that we much watch out for the rise of a Christian version of ISIS?
ISIS is a militarized Muslim fanatic groups. We think this is only possible in Middle East, because its very religious. But surprisingly, I met some people from iraq lately and most Iraqi are not that religious, they are like how in the west, most people are not religious, but there are small handful of Christian fanatics protesting with signs that says "God hate fags" and even want militarize revolt establish Christian law state. Only in the west, organization like FBI successfully suppress them, before they even have militarizing chance, some Middle Eastern nations failed to do so.
The bible clearly states that violence is not allowed: Enforcement of biblical laws which everyone has broken was made null and void, when a truly innocent man (Jesus) was put to death. Jesus even told a Roman soldier to do violence to no one, and if that isn't enough evidence for you, I don't know what is.
If any so-called Christian group is calling for violence, they're wrong. End of story.
Simply put, there can be no Christian version of ISIS.
Uuu...Eg Chronicles 15:12-13 And they entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers, but that whoever would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, should be put to death.
Peter565, it looks like you are quoting from the old testament. Exactly the kind of thing that is prohibited under the new covenant.
Ahhh...true, but just like those angry protestors with signs that says "god hate fags" and want to kill all gays, they use old testimate also. Taliban also use their old testimate, which is same as Christian's
Those people are full of hatred, and the bible says that anyone who hates does not have the love of God in them, meaning they're not Christian. Also, the Taliban use the Koran, not the bible. They are very different.
Also new testimate got some problems to, check out this video, some problematic teaching are also from new testimate https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1gn_VXcS9o
Purposely quoting things out of context results in all sorts of silliness. That video is no different.
Saw this pretty interesting article online http://www.seesharppress.com/20reasons.html
That cartoon is insulting. There are no major groups of Christians calling for anyone's death, much less killing people. Muslim terrorist groups around the world from Al Shabab in Somalia to Al Queda and ISIS in the Middle East to the Muslim fundamentalists fighting for religious based government in Indonesia and the Philippines ... somewhere around the world on a nearly daily basis, fundamentalist Muslims murder someone in the name of Islam whether a moderate calling for reform, an atheist in their midst, a Christian or Jew or Buddhist for being non-Muslim or someone of another Muslim sect.
To say that one small group of Christians all Christians denounce as a violation of the faith and condemn is equal to the thousands of Muslim terrorist acts around the world that most Muslims deny is related to Islam to make their faith look pure and innocent is false equivalence. It also ignores Islam's violent history from the moment the founder decided all the world must submit (Islam means submission, like slavery, not peace). The ONLY Muslim majority nation not conquered by Islam's armies and converted entirely by missionaries is Indonesia. That is not a peaceful record.
Add to this the fact that Islam and Muslim nations by law based on Islam jail rape victims and homosexuals, execute atheists (Saudi Arabia, Iran), tolerate honor killings (90% committed by Muslims) and outlaw freedom of speech, and we have proof Islam is from the Mecca period on and per its founder's example (he led war parties to force people to convert) a violent faith that its followers still act upon today whether killing Buddhist school teachers for teaching science (Thailand), a neighbor who became atheist or Christian tourists.
Ahh...here are info of some Christian version of ISIS terrorist group, lucky they are not as powerful as ISIS http://www.aattp.org/here-are-8-christi … qual-isis/
They aren't Christians if that's what they show. Real Christians believe in the Ten Commandments and that says "Thou shalt not kill".
You have to dig to find a short list of Christian terrorists over the years, many trumped up, while Muslim terrorists are blowing up car bombs nearly daily. Islam is still literally 1000x worse.
Ahh...I think u have forgotten about the 1000 years of Crusades, Inquisition, burning people on the stack for contradicting the church and Catholic and Protestins killing each others
You can thank the Roman Catholic Church for the Crusades and the Inquisition. Did you know they burned people for owning a copy of the bible that wasn't in Latin? A whole family was burned alive for saying the Lord's prayer in English.
I know and that is a powerful Christian ISIS that lasted for 1000 years. And even in 21st century, there are Christian fanatics and Christian terrorist groups, only not as powerful as ISIS and why I say we must watchout for the rise of Christian ISIS
Centuries old examples of Christians acting like Muslims today only proves my point.
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