Friday, August 24, 2007

Good-bye, Charles Martel. Hello, Tiny Muskens

Geza sent me this quote of Steve Burton at What’s Wrong with the World:

"Centuries ago, Christianity, in practice, was a fascinating amalgam of fundamentally contradictory elements: on the one hand, the other-worldly, pacifistic doctrine of the gospels; on the other hand, the warrior ethos of the Germanic tribes that conquered and (sort of) converted to the new faith. But today? The last remnants of that warrior ethos are draining away. Soon, all that may be left of institutional Christianity are a few traces of the other-worldly and the pacifistic.

Good-bye, Charles Martel. Hello, Tiny Muskens."
[bolding by Geza]

Tiny Muskens. is the Dutch bishop who said "Allah is a very beautiful word for God. Shouldn't we all say that from now on we will call God Allah?"

Geza comments:
The more thoroughly Christian or liberal we become, the more we lose our will to survive. Christianity and liberalism are not interested in preserving peoplehood rather, both ideologies are more interested in projecting their worldview to the rest of the world. Both ideologies could care less about the consequences of their universal ideas since martyrdom for the sake of an idea is the reward if they fail in their goals. It's nice to see that the TradCons are starting to realize that the West may need a little more than Christianity if it wishes to survive.

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Knute said...

Christianity is not necessarily pacifistic, because Jesus had no political demands. Christianity was on principle secular from its very beginning.

Conservative Swede said...

Hi Knute,

Welcome to my blog!

Read this blog post by me, about the Catholic Church's annual event called World Day of Migrants and Refugees, under the title "To Overcome Racism, Xenophobia and Exaggerated Nationalism."

Then tell me its not political. Tell me that the "good works" of the vast number of Christian group all across the West to hide illegal aliens is not political. It is quite possible that virtually no Christian has understood Jesus, but this is what we get. Quite as with Communism, I rather judge it from the real thing as it exists in the real world, rather than from a theoretical explanation of what it ought to have been.

The "good works" of Christians as in lobbying for open border, hiding illegal aliens, feeding dysfunctional dictators in the Third World with aid money, feeding the population explosion in the Third World, all this is definitely political. It has an immense political impact.

Right-wingers generally do not understand politics. They think it is something that happens each election cycle. Left-wingers know politics well, however. They know that politics is mainly about working on people's attitudes on a daily basis. In movies, in media, in school, when relaxing for a coffee at work. The left-wingers constantly work as missionaries for a cause, in bringing up their issue in all kinds of every day situations, and with their "good deeds". Originally this is a Christian thing. And the Christians are still at it. Secular liberals and Christians have slightly different profiles, but they work in the same direction, and together they maximize the damage. The road to hell is paved with good intentions.

Furthermore, it's a false idea that we got secular political culture thanks to Christianity. European civilization always had secular political culture, all since the Greeks and the Romans. The result of Christianity has instead been to make our societies more politicized; suicide politics based on slave morality and inversion of values.

Christian Soldier said...

Roman Catholicism is NOT Christian, never has been never will be.
Roman Catholicism is Babyonian Idol Worship, in a simpler term Heathenism that tried to pose as Christianity.

Roman Catholicism is covered in Isaiah ch.47, Revelation chs.17 & 18 and many other places in the Holy Bible. And do read it in a King James Bible and note one of the Bibles that the Great Whore has tampered with to disguise her true identity.

"The more thoroughly Christian or liberal we become, the more we lose our will to survive."

The post clearly shows you're not Christian nor ever have been, but hopefully you might be born again and become a Christian in the near future.

Christian Soldier said...

It's also interesting how the idol worshiping Roman Catholics that claim to be Christian can miss the over 100 verses forbidding their idol practices, especially the Second Commandment what part don't they understand?

Exodus 20:4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:
Exodus 20:5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me;

I see the Roman Catholic do this time and again.

Christian Soldier said...

And here's a sermon for you mr.heathen:

Christian Soldier said...

Then you can check this one out about the Whore you serve:

Anonymous said...

Christian Soldier, the Christians of today miss the fact that Christianity doesn't find slavery immoral, let alone illegal and that it wants to marry rape victims to their rapists. Just to state a couple of things. Your point is?