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?"
"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]
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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