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PostPosted: Sun Jan 25, 2015 5:25 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

Pope: Ridding stereotypes key to Christian-Muslim relations

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis says the most effective antidote to violence among Christians and Muslims is learning about each other and then accepting differences.

Francis also told participants Saturday of a meeting promoted by the Pontifical Institute of Arab and Islamist Studies that only by carefully listening can interreligious dialogue make progress.

He said "patience and humility" are essential for deepened Islamic-Christian dialogue while merely superficial dialogue will only yield "stereotypes and preconceptions."

Francis added: "The most effective antidote to every form of violence is education about discovering and accepting difference as richness and fertileness."

He did not mention of the deadly jihadi attacks in supposed defense of Islam this month in France, but said "more than ever one feels the need" for such education.
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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2015 8:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote


Ex-Muslim pastor in Idaho
May 26, 2015 Sandpoint  -  Seattle, Washington is full of Muslims
Spokane-area pastor Shahram Hadian is a former Muslim who converted to Christianity.  There are surprisingly many Muslim converts to Christianity out warning about Islam - IN AMERICA - or what once was America before Obama.  Howell worries young people are being indoctrinated to Islam and that followers already have a foothold in parts of the Northwest.

Hadian speaks about the fallacy of a peaceful Islam.  Hadian warns that Islam is not just a religion but a totalitarian system governing people’s lives. Americans must not let political correctness and tolerance keep them sidelined while Islam destroys their way of life.

Obama is a Muslim and Islam is a culture of Death.
Muslims are in darkness, they need to be rescued out of the darkness.

Shahram Hadian fled Iran for U.S.
Hadian sees America losing its freedoms, just like Iran had.  Shahram Hadian was born in Iran in 1971. His father was an army officer and his mother a school teacher.  When Hadian was 7, the family fled to the U.S. ahead of the Iranian Revolution, when the shah was exiled and replaced by the ayatollah.

He was married in 2001, and he and his wife Michelle have 3 sons that they home school.
When Hadian converted to Christianity, he faced persecution and disapproval from his family and culture. Hadian's message to Christians is - prepare for the difficult days ahead, and equip believers to stand strong through increased persecution.

Chrislam is nazism
Chrislam Exposed, the LIE of a Common God between Christianity and Islam.  Chrislam is false teaching
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 03, 2015 7:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Islam is the religion of War
leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi urged all Muslims to carry guns and fight.
He said Islam was never a religion of peace. Islam is the religion of war.

This generation will certainly not pass away until all these things have happened.
Mark 13:30

When the Son of Man comes, will he find Faith on the earth?  Luke 18:8

Be ye holy for I AM HOLY.  1 Peter 1:16

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 07, 2015 6:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote


Hitler Nazi Eagle flag and the Palestinian Eagle flag

Nazis and the Arab World
June 6, 2015
 Jerry Golden, Jerusalem report
Muslims intend to impose Sharia Law on the entire world.  It is happening even in the United States. Most people believe that the Nazi movement died with Hitler, but not so.
The Nazis control the Islamic Arab World.  The Nazi Eagle was used by Hitler.
The Muslim nations have taken up the emblem of the Nazis.

Pray for the peace of Jerusalem
Little known fact, the vatican organized Islam.

Islam is Nazism
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 6:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote


Is frankenpope the beast / antichrist?
Sept 16, 2015 -  Georgia Guidestones Depopulation Agenda
On it are engraved the 10 commandments of Satan, the Antichrist.
The Horrifying American Roots of Nazi Eugenics.
The U.N. Agenda 21 is a plan to kill off the useless eaters.

R.C. Christian is the fake name of the man behind the construction of the evil Guidestones, American Stonehenge.  (Is that for Roman Catholic pseudo-christian - fake?)
Globalists call for the abolishment of Christianity, and we're NOW seeing such a war on Christianity in the world today.

The man behind the guidestones is linked to Eugenics and the depopulation agenda.
Some very high profile world leaders are promoting the agenda, including frankenpope.

Georgia Guidestones

UN Agenda 21
Population reduction, 666 CHIP EVERYONE

Revelation 13  -  The Beast (antichrist)

Christians are under attack
Sept 16, 2015 -  Obama has declared war on Christians
Christians are under attack simply for being Christians.
The moral code of the Judeo-Christian precepts have been declared illegal in the USA!
There is no precedent for the judicial persecution of Christians in the USA.
The US Army and Department of Defense have classified Christians as religious extremists on par with Al-Qaeda.

Is queer the mark of the beast?
At What Point Does the Homosexual Agenda Become a National Religion?
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 28, 2015 9:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Growing Number of Protestant Pastors Believe Christianity and Islam are Similar

A new study from LifeWay Research suggests the number of Protestant pastors that classify Christianity and Islam as similar is on the rise. Charisma News reports the survey of 1,000 Protestant pastors found that while pastors who believed the religions were similar are in the minority, the small group is growing.

According to the survey’s findings, 17 percent of Protestant pastors indicated that Christianity and Islam were similar, nearly double the 9 percent who claimed the religions were similar five years previously.

A much larger group (two-thirds) said Christians and Muslims should co-exist in the United States.

LifeWay says that Protestant pastors also described Islam more favorably than five years ago. Fifty percent of pastors said Islam promoted charity, 32 percent called the religion “spiritually good,” 24 percent called it “tolerant,” and 22 percent said it was “open.”

The largest increase LifeWay saw was with pastors who said Islam is “relevant today.” Fifty-three percent agreed with this statement compared to 28 percent five years ago.

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Roman Catholicism is very much like Islam.
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Support For Chrislam Grows As Increasing Number Of Pastors See Common Ground

A new survey reveals that continuous attempts by Muslims to rewrite history and make false claims about Islam are starting to bear fruit as an increasing number of protestant pastors are starting to call Islam spiritually good.

The news comes from a LifeWay Research survey of 1,000 Protestant pastors. Five years ago only nine percent of pastors said there were similarities between Islam and Christianity. However, in the most recent survey the number nearly doubled with 17 percent saying the two religions shared common ground.

At first the numbers may not seem problematic, as over 80 percent still agree there are significant differences between the two religions, however, even among this group many are starting to look at Islam in a more respectable light.

For instance, 50 percent say that Islam promotes charity, which is up from 33 percent. Also, those who describe Islam as spiritually good are up from 19 percent to 32 percent. Despite daily accounts of Christians being murdered for their faith, and laws in Muslim countries that make it illegal to convert a person from Islam, 24 percent of pastors now say Islam is tolerant of other faiths while 22 percent say Muslims are open to other ideas.

Whereas the numbers viewing Islam in a negative light have also gone up, the increase is not as dramatic. Today, only 52 percent consider Islam dangerous, up from 44 percent five years ago.
Ed Stetzer, executive director of LifeWay Research says the sharpest divide on the issue is between evangelicals and other Christian leaders.

“Some mainline pastors and a few evangelicals are answering questions in a more positive way, while some evangelicals and a few mainline Protestants are trending in a negative way. But the biggest move is in the smallest percent—and is in a more positive direction.”

Part of the reason for the shift in numbers is undoubtedly due to the relentless push by the mainstream media and Muslim groups to convince Americans that the majority of differences are mostly minor in the context of a greater belief in God.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), which was indicted as a co-conspirator in the largest terrorism funding case in American history, has attempted to blur the distinctions by claiming that Judaism, Christianity and Islam all worship the God of Abraham.

While this may sound like common ground can be found, Muslims are increasingly attempting to rewrite history to portray Islam in a positive light, while downplaying the significance of Christianity and Jewish history.

In II Samuel 24, the Bible records a real estate transaction between King David and a man named Araunah, where David purchased the land now known as the Temple Mount. Despite this written record, Muslim scholars attempt to say there is no evidence of a Jewish presence on the Temple Mount prior to modern times.

Those who think Islam is spiritually good, tolerant and open have yet to explain how this belief is reconciled with the case of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman in Pakistan who is currently facing execution. Bibi’s crime: violating a Sharia blasphemy law by drinking water from a communal cup that was intended for Muslims only.

In Nigeria, Boko Haram, an Islamic group has long engaged in church bombings, often targeting the attacks to coincide with holy days such as Easter and Christmas.

Of course, who can forget the “tolerant” videos by ISIS showing them beheading Christians and burning people alive.

The tolerance appears to extend only one way as some Christians leaders are going out of their way to accommodate Islam. Recently, a Swedish bishop called on all of the churches under her jurisdiction to remove crosses and replace them with directions pointing to Mecca in order to avoid offending Muslims.

Some Christian leaders are going much further than simple accommodation. The attempt to actually merge Christianity and Islam has been given the name “Chrislam”. At the heart of this movement and perhaps the most dangerous issue is that these Christian leaders suggest that because we use similar terms such as "God" and "Jesus",  that constitutes a ‘shared belief’.

What we mean by the words we use matters and when no one defines the terms we are using, deception can slip in (which is why lawyers will fill page after page with small print defining the terms in a contract). Whether intentional or not, many Christian leaders are leading their followers astray into believing that Chrislam is acceptable.

Last year, Brian Houston of Hillsong Church in Australia, addressed his congregation with these words, "Do you know – take it all the way back into the Old Testament and the Muslim and you, we actually serve the same God. Allah to a Muslim, to us Abba Father God. And of course through history, those views have changed greatly. But let's make sure that we view God through the eyes of Jesus, the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, the beauty of a Savior, the loving open inclusive arms of a loving God."

At President Obama's inaugural invocation in 2009, Pastor of Orange County, California's Saddleback Church, Rick Warren, cited several names for Jesus when leading the audience into the Lord's Prayer: "I humbly ask this in the name of the one who changed my life, Yeshua, Isa, Jesus [Spanish pronunciation], Jesus, who taught us to pray..."

Whereas the context of Rick Warren's comments suggest he was attempting to bridge the gap of different names used for Jesus, his efforts show how easy it is for our words to cause confusion. To the Muslim, the "Isa" of the Qu'ran is very different than the Jesus of the Bible. The Qur’an’s Isa is not an historical figure. His identity and role as a prophet of Islam is based solely on supposed revelations to Muhammad over half a millennium after the Jesus of history lived, died and rose again.

Islam’s Qur'an does not portray the divinity of Jesus Christ, nor claim Him to be the only-begotten Son of God - Messiah - God in human flesh, nor state that Jesus died on the cross for our sins and resurrected from the dead.  Islam denies the true gospel of Christianity – the core reason Jesus came to earth. This fundamental gap between Christians and Muslims cannot and should not be bridged or smoothed over with a watered-down doctrine for the sake of "brotherly love".

For a very detailed breakdown of the differences between Isa and Jesus please click here

In 2010, Larry Reimer, a minister of the United Church of Gainesville, FL, in response to a local Qur’an burning, chose to read scripture from the Qur’an as part of his worship services, adding, "Christianity, Judaism, and Islam are all part of the Abrahamic tree of faith. We all believe in the same God, and in many aspects we are all trying to accomplish the same goals.”

Rev. Ann Holmes Redding, an Episcopal priest for over twenty years, dons her white collar of Episcopal priesthood on Sunday mornings, then ties on her black headscarf to pray with her Muslim group on Fridays, saying, "I am both Muslim and Christian". She sees compatibility in Islam and Christianity at the most basic level and has endorsed the Muslim teaching that all true Christians will accept Islam, e.g. some Christians and Jews are faithful and believe truly. (Âl 'Imran 3:113,114) Any such true believers will submit to Allah by accepting Muhammad as the prophet of Islam, i.e. they will become Muslims. (Âl 'Imran 3:198)

Brian McLaren, founding pastor of non-denominational Cedar Ridge Community Church in Baltimore, Washington, and a leading voice in the emergent church movement encouraged his congregation and other Christians through his blog to participate with Muslims in a Ramadan fast, which celebrates the month the Qur’an was supposed to have been sent down.

Another leader in the Emerging Church movement, Dr. Tony Campolo, says he is not convinced that Jesus lives only in Christians, reasoning that an Islamic “brother” who has fed the hungry and clothed the naked clearly has a personal relationship with Christ, only he doesn’t know it.

A few years ago, Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church in Houston joined with Christian communities in Atlanta, Seattle, and Detroit to create a series of sermons designed to promote an ecumenical reconciliation between Christianity and Islam. Sunday School lessons on the same theme would center on the inspired teachings of the Prophet Mohammad, and Qur’ans and Bibles would be placed side by side in the church pews.

Ironically, a side by side comparison of the Bible and the Qur’an would show two faiths that are the exact opposite.

The Jesus of the Gospels is the base upon which Christianity developed. By Islamicizing Him, and making Him a Muslim prophet who preached the Qur’an, Islam destroys Christianity and takes over all its history. It does the same to Judaism.

In the end-times as described by Muhammad, Isa (Muslim Jesus) becomes a warrior who will return with his sword and lance. He will destroy the Christian religion and make Islam the only religion in all the world. Finally at the last judgment he will condemn Christians to hell for believing in the Crucifixion and the Incarnation.

This final act of the Muslim Isa reflects Islam’s apologetic strategy in relation to Christianity, which is to deny the Yeshua of history, and replace Him with a facsimile of Muhammad, so that nothing remains but Islam.

Rather than trying to pretend we believe the same things - a frank and honest discussion about our differences would make much more sense.

Many ministries are doing just that in a spirit of love but remain uncompromising on the teachings of the Bible. We highly recommend the site Answering Islam for a honest and intelligent conversation on the key differences between the Bible and the Qur’an.

Read more at http://www.prophecynewswatch.com/...er10/102.html#xP1l31FXoDQhwUrq.99
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2015 8:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Orthodox Rabbis declare partnership wiith Christianity
Dec 21, 2015
 -  A group of prominent Orthodox rabbis in Israel, the United States and Europe have issued a historic public statement affirming that Christianity is the willed divine outcome and gift to the nations and urging Jews and Christians to work together as partners to address the moral challenges of our era.

Jesus brought a double goodness to the world. On the one hand he strengthened the Torah of Moses and on the other hand he removed idols from the nations, instilling them firmly with moral traits.

Nostra Aetate declaration issued in 1965 marked a watershed in Jewish-Christian relations.
It stated that God holds the Jews most dear, and stressed the spiritual patrimony common to Christians and Jews, and condemned hatred, persecutions, displays of anti-Semitism, directed against Jews.

Now, a group of Jewish leaders has expressed their desire to accept the hand offered to us by our Christian brothers and sisters.

Now that the Catholic Church has acknowledged the eternal Covenant between G-d and Israel, we Jews can acknowledge the ongoing constructive validity of Christianity as our partner in world redemption, without any fear that this will be exploited for missionary purposes.

Echoing recent words by Pope Francis, the document states: “We are no longer enemies, but unequivocal partners in articulating the essential moral values for the survival and welfare of humanity.  Neither of us can achieve G-d’s mission in this world alone.
This proclamation finally acknowledged that Christianity and Judaism have much in common spiritually and practically.

The evil NWO want ONE world religion WITHOUT Jesus Christ and which accepts SIN.

Jesus said, I AM the Way the TRUTH and the LIFE. NO one comes to the Father but through Me. 1 John 14:6
it is time for judgment to begin with the household of God.  1 Peter 4:17

2 Corinthians 6
Do not be unequally yoked with unbelievers.
For what partnership can righteousness have with wickedness?
Or what fellowship does light have with darkness?
What harmony is there between Christ and Belial? (satan)
Or what does a believer have in common with an unbeliever?


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