“Only in the Bible are the components of the Declaration’s phrase, ‘all men are created equal and are endowed by their Creator (singular) with certain unalienable rights’ present. It is a biblical concept (Genesis) that God created man in His image and likeness. Only because of this are all men entitled to equal treatment and unalienable rights. The Greeks, apparently, did not subscribe to the doctrine of equality or equal rights, and neither did the Romans.”
Illinois: Muslim Slashes Tires Of 19 Cars At Churches Because He Doesn’t Like Christians
Ah, yes, the religion of peace, just another “Abrahamic faith” like Christianity, right? Wrong. While many Muslims certainly don’t really know a thing about the Islam they have been passed down with, many do and are motivated by the same hatred for Christians that their Leader held, and the demons behind him. In the latest evidence of this, a Muslim in Illinois has been arrested and charged after slashing tires on nearly two dozen cars at churches and declaring that he did it because he didn’t like Christians.
PALOS HILLS (WBBM NEWSRADIO) — Charges have been upgraded against a man who allegedly slashed tires of multiple vehicles at churches in Palos Hills last year because he didn’t like Christians.
Osama E. El Hannouny, 25, was initially arrested Nov. 17, 2019, and charged with 14 counts of criminal damage to property, according to Palos Hills police.
The charges against him were upgraded Thursday to 14 counts of hate crime, police said. He allegedly admitted to slashing tires of 19 vehicles at two churches because he didn’t like Christians. How To Get 200 EDU And GOV Backlinks Manually Created For Any WebsiteSkyose – All-In-One Platform FAds by RevcontentFind Out More >
He was released on a personal recognize bond and electronic monitoring Thursday, police said….
Again, all crime is “hate.”
Additionally, The Patch reported that his bond was $10,000.
It makes you wonder if he’ll be using a similar knife to stab Christians while out on bond, doesn’t it?
His scheduled court date is February 18, 2019.
I’m sure all will be well, aren’t you?
While Christian persecution is widely recognized in other countries, most do not realize the persecution happening right at home.
Today, just like in the book of Acts, Christians are persecuted all over the world for following Jesus. While Christian persecution takes many forms, it is defined as any hostility experienced as a result of identification with Christ.
Trends show that countries in Africa, Asia and the Middle East are intensifying persecution against Christians, and perhaps the most vulnerable are Christian women, who often face double persecution for faith and gender. North Korea was ranked #1 for the 17th consecutive year as the most dangerous country for Christians on the World Watch List.
These trends make sense for many American Christians. Persecution of their religion only happens in faraway countries, right? Wrong. Christian persecution is happening right here at home, on our own soil. Many here are attacked for their faith too. While it might not be at the level of beheadings or burned down churches as seen in other places of the world, it still is a problem that is growing. Traditional Christians are facing increasing intolerance in this country through the fines, the lawsuits, the jobs lost, and the public disdain felt.
Here are some of the ways that you might be experiencing Christian persecution in America, without even realizing it.
Persecution in politics.
Many politicians in the United States get attacked for their religious beliefs. For example, Senator Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, and Kamala Harris, D-Calif., chose negative and angry questions in an interview with Brian Buescher, an Omaha-based lawyer nominated by President Trump to sit on the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska. Buescher, a Catholic, has very traditional values. Due to his beliefs, he was subjected to scrutiny by these two senators. They tried to cast doubt on his ability to serve in public office because of his Christianity.
Traditional values are continuously trying to be removed from America. In general, the beliefs of the right are being called closed-minded, however, they are beliefs that are found in the Bible and have been a part of this country for years. For example, where Christian bakers are refusing to bake cakes for same-sex weddings, or those in public office are refusing to authorize same-sex wedding certificates. These people that have stood up for what they believe in were given a huge amount of negative publicity.
Furthermore, there has been a consistent push to remove all traces of God from the government for many years. Our Pledge of Allegiance, for example, has been repeatedly been brought up saying that “under God” needs to be taken from its text. Even American money has been brought into question because it has “in God, we trust” written on it.
Persecution on college campuses.
If you know any Christian millennial that goes to a liberal college, you might have heard about how their beliefs are judged. At campuses throughout the country, outspoken Christians are regularly demeaned, debased and targeted for their beliefs. Many times these Christian college students will hear from others about how their religion only has hateful, bigoted, and privileged believers.
Many Christian colleges themselves also have been in jeopardy lately. Recently, some have been asked to conform to secularist ideology or they will lose their accreditation. Traditional evangelical schools like Gordon College in Massachusetts and Kings College in New York are having their accreditation questioned. Some secularists are arguing that Christian colleges should never deserve accreditation, period.
Persecution in public schools.
Just like many campus colleges, public schools are getting hit as well. Student groups like InterVarsity have been kicked off campuses, and a teacher in New Jersey was suspended for giving a student a Bible. A football coach in Washington placed on leave for saying a prayer on the field at the end of a game.
Prayer in school has been a topic fought for years. Students that do choose to pray, regardless if they are told to do so by their teachers or not, are typically looked at strangely by their peers. Teachers oftentimes do not step in during these situations, as they feel that they cannot touch on such subjects. Instead, they choose to censor all religion in the classroom, letting ignorance and bullying flourish.
How can you deal with persecution?
Unfortunately, persecution against Christians in the United States is not something that is avoidable. It is something that Christians will have to deal with and understand. The key to coping and dealing with the persecution of Christians and Christianity in the U.S. is our reaction to our persecution. The key to understanding and thriving through the persecution is in reacting as Jesus Christ did.
Jesus did not seek revenge on His enemies but rather, He was called to turn the other cheek. When Jesus Christ was on the cross, He prayed for forgiveness for those who put Him there. We can do the same.
Christians are different from others of the world, and those who are different tend to get judged. The followers of Christ have been persecuted from the beginning, but we can grow and overcome the negativity. Stand up for what you know is true, share Jesus with others, and ignore those who want to put you down. Source
2020 Beto Vows To Jump-Start Obama’s Persecution Of Christians
Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke has made the 2020 Democrat presidential primary fascinating to watch. Conservatives have been suspicious of the dark policy motives of Democrats for years. We’ve thought that they truly are hidden fascists-in-waiting.
There were good reasons for our suspicions because Democrats frequently get caught on a hot microphone, letting us really know what they think about the Bill of Rights and all of us smelly people in “flyover country.” But with Beto in the race, he just blurts everything out! (“Hell, yes, we’re going to take away your AR-15s!”)
Then, it’s a mad dash as the rest of the candidates struggle to out-progressive each other.
Beto did it again in the most recent CNN town hall forum. If you were flipping through the channels and thought you had stumbled upon an episode of “American Horror Story,” that was actually the CNN LGBTQ Town Hall.
The entire forum was a parade of nonsense. From Elizabeth Warren’s plan to pay for transgender surgeries for prison inmates to Julian Castro doubling down on abortions for biological males, it was truly an assault on the values of Western Civilization. And when you thought it couldn’t possibly get any worse, Beto O’Rourke spoke.
Beto the furry was asked whether he would support revoking tax-exempt status from churches, religious schools and Christian charities that do not support gay marriage if he is (ha!) elected president. He answered:
“There can be no reward, no benefit, no tax break, for anyone or any institution, any organization in America that denies the full human rights and the full civil rights of every single one of us. And so, as president, we’re going to make that a priority, and we are going to stop those who are infringing upon the human rights of our fellow Americans.”
If you’ve been suspicious that Democrats want to outlaw Christianity in America, and to drive Christians from the public square, you finally have an honest answer from Beto!
You might hear Beto’s statement, shrug your shoulders, and think, “Oh well, my church can just pay taxes if Beto or one of his clones becomes president and destroys the First Amendment.”
But remember, the Democrat Party is a lot more sinister than it always lets on. This is not simply a matter of churches and religious schools having to pay taxes.
Most people don’t realize that 501c3 organizations also have a tax-exempt retirement account system – the 403b. Small religious schools can’t even hope to compete with the lavish salaries offered to public school teachers, so they take advantage of tax-exempt benefits to offer other perks to attract good teachers – such as school-owned cars for teacher use or even property purchases to offer to house to teachers.
If “President Beto” or some other progressive maliciously yanks 501c3 status away from religious institutions, it could cripple many of them.
Pastors and church employees could see their 403b retirement accounts gutted by the IRS, especially if “President Beto” makes taxation retroactive on the accounts. Imagine being a teacher in a Christian school or college for 20 years, when the IRS suddenly hammers your retirement plan from out of nowhere. You get the point.
This discriminatory promise from Beto O’Rourke (and all the other Democrats running for president who felt the sudden urge to copy him) would treat religious institutes like no other charitable organization has ever been treated in American history. Contrary to popular belief, the IRS does not make it a regular practice to heavily scrutinize 501c3 organizations for rule infractions.
The only way a 501c3 can currently lose its tax-exempt status is by failing to submit the proper paperwork to the IRS for three years in a row. Tax-exempt status is automatically revoked in that case.
If Beto’s plan were to come to fruition, it would be the first time in US history that the IRS began proactively punishing 501c3 groups for their beliefs.
And of course, Muslim organizations would be exempted from Beto’s plan after threatening to burn down the US Capitol. (Isn’t it remarkable how quickly Democrats always throw the gays under the bus when Muslims threaten to act up?)
Beto’s big mouth illustrates the reason why Christian Americans will flock to the polls to vote for Donald Trump again in 2020. Trump may be a sinner, but he’s our sinner and he’s done more for religious freedom around the world than the previous four presidential administrations combined. Source
Actress Meryl Streep’s political diatribe at the Golden Globes awards isn’t the only surprise attention-getting provocation from the event. Nominee film “Hidden Figures,” a box-office hit about the true story of three black women mathematicians who played important roles at NASA in the early days of the space program, is also generating unexpected controversy.
The controversy surrounds Kim Burrell, the black gospel singer whose song “I See A Victory” appears on the soundtrack of the film.
Burrell, in addition to being a gospel singer, is a pastor, and, with the release of “Hidden Figures,” a video emerged on the internet of her passionately preaching in her church against homosexuality.
Burrell was scheduled, as part of the film’s promotion, to appear and perform, along with the film’s soundtrack producer, Pharrell Williams, on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” But DeGeneres, an open lesbian, canceled Burrell’s appearance as a result of the video.
Next, Burrell’s radio show, which is produced at Texas Southern University, was canceled. Then she was disinvited from the BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music Awards, where she was a co-honoree.
Williams, appearing on DeGeneres’s show, said Burrell is a “fantastic singer,” but “there’s no room for any kind of prejudice in 2017.”
As far as I know, Burrell just intended to sing on the DeGeneres show. I don’t think she planned to preach a sermon about homosexuality.
Ellen DeGeneres, and the many sympathetic to her point of view, believe it is just fine to crush Kim Burrell and destroy her career because of her Christian beliefs, but they are all for using the law to force a Christian baker to make a cake for a same-sex wedding or to force a Christian photographer to work at one.
It should be clear that what motivates the pro-homosexual movement is not advancing a free and tolerant society. It is promoting a society that legitimizes their point of view and punishes, as severely as possible, those that reject it. This is fascism, not freedom.
It behooves us to point out that rejection of homosexual behavior does not come from some crank that woke up in the night and decided it’s not OK.
We are talking about Biblical scripture that has been guiding Christians for a few thousand years.
Religion, of course, is about faith, not about science. It is about what is true and false, right and wrong, and how to behave and live our lives.
But if we want to bring science into the picture, data support, in a powerful way, the importance of these traditional values.
A 2015 study, for instance, published by the American Enterprise Institute and the Institute for Family Studies, showed that states with higher percentages of children living with their biological parents in a traditional family have the highest median incomes, the fastest income growth, the lowest rates of child poverty and the greatest upward mobility.
We can bring to bear all the beauty and power of the Christian faith, and the data and research showing that following these truths lead, in the long run, to healthier and wealthier lives. But we can’t make anyone follow the faith. That’s what freedom is about. Letting people choose.
But what we’re experiencing now is growing religious persecution in our country. Those with anti-Christian values have considerable power through the media and are using it to eradicate traditional Christian values and presence.
This cannot be tolerated. But how do we solve the problem? Do we have to go back to the bizarre state of “separate but equal” we experienced with race? TownHall
They Perverted Justice Among Themselves (V. 7): “You Turn Judgment to Wormwood, That Is, You Make Your Administrations of Justice Bitter and Nauseous, and Highly Displeasing Both to God and Man.’’ That Fruit Has Become a Weed, a Weed in the Garden; As Nothing Is More Venerable, Nothing More Valuable, Than Justice Duly Administered, so Nothing Is More Hurtful, Nothing More Abominable, Than Designedly Doing Wrong Under Color and Pretense of Doing Right. Corruptio Optimi EST Pessima —the Best, When Corrupted, Becomes the Worst.
It is impossible to find anyone in the Bible who was a power for God who did not have enemies and was not hated.
YouTube is restricting access to PragerU’s videos on the Ten Commandments, labeling them as mature content that’s “inappropriate” for “sensitive” audiences.
In a series of posts to Twitter on Tuesday, PragerU reported that hundreds of their videos, including many of those focused on explaining the Ten Commandments, were being restricted by YouTube. This limits viewers’ access to the videos and limits ad revenue going to PragerU.
Whether or not Christians should be radicals depends on how the word is defined. Many people in history have used the name of Christ to inflict terror, persecution, and genocide upon those with religious differences. That form of radicalism was never condoned by Jesus—who was Himself a radical. His message of love, forgiveness, and mercy was at direct odds with the accepted views of the day. He refused to fight back when attacked (1 Peter 2:23), to allow Peter to defend Him with violence (Matthew 26:51–52), or to condemn the woman caught in adultery (John 8:4–11). Those were all radical acts for that time and culture. One reason some people turned away from Christ was that His requirement of giving up everything for His sake was simply too radical (Luke 18:22–23).
The decision to follow Christ is itself a call to radical living. Jesus said that “anyone who wants to follow Me must deny himself, take up his cross daily, and follow Me” (Luke 9:23). That command is at extreme odds with our flesh’s desire to please itself (Romans 7:21–23). It challenges worldly wisdom, which preaches self-fulfillment as our highest aim (1 John 2:15–17). The cross is a radical thing, and declaring Jesus as Lord of our lives involves a dethroning of Self and complete abandonment to His will. We must be willing to go where He leads, do what He says, and love Him more than life itself (Matthew 10:37–38). The lifestyle changes that follow such a commitment are considered radical by those who fall within the world’s definition of “normal.” Those who claim to know Christ yet refuse this radical lifestyle are called “carnal” (1 Corinthians 3:3). Jesus calls such professing Christians “lukewarm” and says He will spit them out of His mouth (Revelation 3:16).
The antisocial atrocities that are often synonymous with radicalism are in direct opposition to radical Christianity. Jesus calls His followers to seek the best for others, to love our neighbors, and to be peacemakers, even at great personal cost (Galatians 5:14; Matthew 5:9; Luke 10:30–37). Jesus’ teaching known as The Beatitudes (Matthew 5:3–12) is His call to radical living. He requires His followers to take the high road, to “turn the other cheek” (verse 39), and to “love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you” (verse 44).
For the past half-century, there has been, in America, an increasing push to privatize religion. The courts have reaffirmed the desires of the ACLU, Americans United for the Separation of Church and State, American Atheists, and others, to see all vestiges of public expressions of faith eradicated. What you want to believe in your own personal little heart about God, or the tooth fairy, or whatever you want to call Him or it, is between you and your god. But don’t bring it into the public square.
Systematically, Bible distribution in schools, public displays of the Ten Commandments, nativity scenes on public property, and public prayers in Jesus’ name are all being removed by a left-leaning, black-robed oligarchy.
The New Tolerance
It goes beyond mere privatization, however. Now, there is even a desire to move into the realm of regulating moral conscience. Atheist leader, Richard Dawkins, has suggested that it is child abuse to teach your children to believe the tenets of Christianity as being objectively true.
Many evangelical leaders in America have predicted the coming of religious persecution in America. In his 2014 inauguration speech as President of the National Religious Broadcaster’s convention, Jerry Johnson predicted a move against freedom of speech in Christian broadcasting, on the basis of supposed, “Hate Speech” legislation.
At a national homeschooling leadership conference in Chicago in 2010, Dr. Erwin Lutzer, former pastor of the historic Moody Church in Chicago told the audience they should encourage Christian homeschooling parents they serve to teach their children about the history of religious persecution as a part of their education. Dr. Lutzer has authored a book entitled “When a Nation Forgets God: 7 Lessons We Must Learn from Nazi Germany.” Author and radio host Eric Metaxas describes the book this way: “It clearly and powerfully explains what the parallels are between Germany’s fall from grace and the beginning of our own fall.”
Christian leaders like Dr. Albert Mohler, Russell Moore, and others, and even former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Scalia have suggested the possible threat to religious liberty posed by the SCOTUS’ decision on same-sex marriage. What happens if a Christian college or seminary is required by law to allow same-sex dating on campus?
We’ve already seen nationally televised court cases regarding Christians who have refused to bake wedding cakes for same-sex couples, or Christian county clerks who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
As Kim Davis was dragged out of a federal courtroom to a local jail cell for refusing to violate her religious beliefs about sexuality and marriage, a group of LGBT activists chanted out their response. Seeing Davis sent to jail for an ideological crime, in a capricious decision that ignores the First Amendment, they shouted: “Love won! Love won!” With that, the first hints of twilight gathered over America’s religious liberty as a dark day of Christian persecution dawns in our nation. “Having Kim Davis in federal custody removes all doubt of the criminalization of Christianity in our country,” Mike Huckabee said. Ted Cruz agreed, “Those who are persecuting Kim Davis believe that Christians should not serve in public office.”It actually goes further than that.
Homosexual activist extremists have never been coy about their desire to use the power of the state to legitimize their lifestyle choice. Having won that, they want to see Christians —and those of any other faith who disagree with their agenda-driven out of every segment of American society: fired from corporate board rooms, demoted in the military, cut loose from fire departments, and forced to close any business they may run. But Davis’ arrest on Thursday—for “contempt of court” by U.S. District Judge David Bunning, a Republican appointee—raises the ante. For the first time, a Christian who refuses to participate in the gay “marriage” ceremony has been sent to jail for her beliefs. Forget the fact that Davis, as an elected official—unlike Bunning or the Supreme Court for that matter—may better reflect the views of her Kentucky constituents than the policy positions of GLAAD. She, and all faithful Christians, must be taught a lesson.
Davis will serve as the example that one simply does not stand up to the world’s most powerful, aggressive, politically influential “persecuted minority.”It should come as little surprise that Hillary Clinton supports The Man and the mob. She retweeted a news story of Davis’ arrest with the message: “Marriage equality is the law of the land. Officials should be held to their duty to uphold the law—end of the story.”Of course, it was not that long ago that Hillary and her cohorts flooded the media with the message that the law doesn’t matter, especially if it involves sexuality and a courthouse. Suddenly, she has morphed into the George Wallace/”law and order” candidate of 2016. The Obama administration also found the imprisonment of intellectual dissidents to be “appropriate,” since —in the words of White House press secretary Josh Earnest – “the principle of the rule of law is central to our democracy.”
1st Peter 16 “Yet if any man suffers as a Christian, let him not be ashamed; but let him glorify God on this behalf. 17 For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begins at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? 18 And if the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear? 19 Wherefore let them that suffer according to the will of God commit the keeping of their souls to him in well doing, as unto a faithful Creator.” Can persecution come to America? Its beginnings are already here if you look around you. We see where anything that speaks of God or His Holy Word, brings condemnation from a dying, rebellious world. The news is full of the report of one courageous woman in Kentucky, who would not bow to judicial pressure to issue same-sex marriage licenses to gay couples.
In this country, we have the freedom to stand against unjust laws that circumvent clear biblical morality. Our country and its leaders (sic) have gone rogue in subjecting this country to laws that were not meant for free people. I am reminded of what the founding fathers wrote when they broke away from the tyranny of England in the Declaration of Independence: “But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object, evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.” How can we continue to live under government tyranny without taking back what we loaned to others in the government to represent us…? Is it so far gone that we have not got the power to take back our own government? I find this the fault of the pastors that stand in our pulpits that have failed to preach and stand for righteousness and fire up their congregation and men of goodwill to stand for what is right and what this country was founded upon.
I’m not advocating revolution, although I’m sure there are many people are just about fed up with this direction the country is headed in. I’m reminded of a quote by our 3rd President of the USA when he said: “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” Thomas Jefferson And let no one be mistaken, there are men who believe in this country and will take up arms to defend her. I believe that is what the implementation of JADE HELM is all about, because the powers that be, know that the American people are getting fed up. This will promote more persecution and marshal law, and if you are labeled a right-wing extremist, a conservative, religious, a Christian, or a patriot, then you have been branded as a threat to the government.
You may not think of yourself as a “domestic right-wing extremist”, and I certainly do not, but the truth is that patriotic Americans and conservative Christians have been repeatedly labeled as “potential terrorists” since this present POTUS became president. If this had just happened one time, it would be easy to dismiss. Sadly, there has been a steady pattern of this happening over the past several years. Large groups of people that are the heart and soul of this country have been systematically demonized over the past 7 years. When you consider what history has taught us, it is absolutely chilling to think about what this could eventually lead to. Is this what those reports of FEMA camps, mass coffins, and NSA spying on every person’s personal information leading to….PERSECUTION? THE FIRST AMENDMENT UNDER ATTACK We have been given alienable rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution. The ACLU from their own website describes what we call the 1st Amendment to the Constitution: “Our country’s founders — who were of different religious backgrounds themselves — knew the best way to protect religious liberty was to keep the government out of religion. So they created the First Amendment — to guarantee the separation of church and state.
This fundamental freedom is a major reason why the U.S. has managed to avoid a lot of the religious conflicts that have torn so many other nations apart. The Establishment Clause of the First Amendment prohibits the government from encouraging or promoting (“establishing”) religion in any way. That’s why we don’t have an official religion of the United States.” Most everything in the above quote is correct, but the point missed from the above clause that even the ACLU turns a blind eye to is that the government protects the free exercise of one’s own religion. We have freedom of religion, not freedom FROM religion. The statement of separation of church and state is not found in our original documents but came from a letter from Thomas Jefferson to a set of Christian pastors who worried about a theocracy coming to America.
The phrase is lifted from this letter and is not part of our governing laws, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at the landscape of this country today. GAY MARRIAGE FOUGHT IN KENTUCKY So a firestorm has developed over one little county clerk who stood on her religious freedom to not condone a practice that would conflict her consciousness of religious freedom and the right to practice that freedom by rejecting a spuriously and flagrant violation of God’s Holy Word. She stood on the clear commands of written laws given by God concerning the abomination of homosexual sins.
The Birth Pains Are Growing Stronger….
One of the signs of ruling class collapse is when they can no longer enforce the rules that maintain them as a ruling class. When the Romans started making exceptions to republican governance, it was a matter of time before someone simply decided the rules no longer applied to them. Perhaps the robot historians will consider Obama our Marius or Sulla. Maybe that person is in the near future. Either way, the rule of law is over and what comes next is the rule of men.
“Man will ultimately be governed by God or by tyrants.” as in Nancy Pelosi (D-San Fran-feces)
Our government has been overthrown. As evidenced by Trump’s capitulation on the border, his recent servitude to the GMO industry and his acquiescence to the warmongers, our President has been compromised. Our liberties are being eliminated one by one. Gun confiscation is next. The Constitution is gasping its last breaths. Our borders are destroyed and our culture has been turned upside down by every perversion known to man.
Julian Assange: The CIA director is waging war on truth-tellers like WikiLeaks By Julian Assange Opinions April 25 at 7:39 PM Julian Assange is editor of WikiLeaks. Mike Pompeo, in his first speech as director of the CIA, chose to declare war on free speech rather than on the United States’ actual adversaries.
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