Christianity rapidly dying whilst Islam conquers

It is obviously the case that we are currently seeing the slow demise of Christianity in this world. An end date, less than a hundred years from now, can be plotted and forecast with some conviction.

The end of Christianity should be a very happy event to look forward to. And, in so many ways, it certainly is. The startling caution is over how Christianity is being eliminated.

In large parts of Europe and in many parts of the world, Christianity is dying quite naturally as people start to wake up to the reality of the world around them, and to question the outright stupidity of some of the teachings of Christianity. People are becoming more aware, more questioning, more scientific and more logical in how they approach life. People are ‘thinking’ for themselves, and so the need for Christianity is redundant.

Even in the most aggressive Christian fundamentalist countries such as the United States of America, Christianity is losing its power as people start to think for themselves.

Now then. All of this is very fine and good news. Well, it is when what is replacing the might of the evil that was Christianity is free-thought, humanism or atheism.

HOWEVER, where we have a problem is when the weakened and fading Christianity is replaced by another and far more vicious religion. In a lot of places, Christianity is being ousted by force.

That force is Islam.

Christianity used to be a very nasty religion. In recent centuries it has weakened and pacified. It is no match to the oncoming march of Islam. Islam is an amazingly strong and vicious unstoppable force, that is promoted as a ‘religion of peace‘.

Islam is NOT a religion of peace. By its nature Islam is radical, it has no shades.

Most people are simply unaware that Islam is NOT just another religion but a totalitarian political cult-like ideology, which compels its followers into blind obedience, teaches intolerance, brutality and locks all Muslims and non-Muslims in a struggle deriving directly from the 7th century nomadic, predatory, Bedouin culture.

Islam means “submission” to the will of Allah and the teachings as depicted in the Qur’an which include jihad – the genocidal slaughter of infidels by the sword, killing by beheading, intolerance of other religions, as well as forcing submission to Islam. The ultimate goal of jihad is the domination of Islam over the entire world.

In Islam, one is considered “moderate” if one supports the goals of jihad, if not the tactics. Those who totally reject the violent teachings of Islam are considered apostates of Islam and as such, are condemned to death. Moderate Muslims are peaceful “in spite of Islam,” not because of it. The “religion of peace” is a concept the West is eager to embrace – all in the name of political correctness – refusing to believe that a major world religion poses such a devastating threat to humanity.

Free-thinkers need to be extremely concerned about the advancement of Islam. If it continues to replace Christianity, then we are in very severe trouble as free-thinkers.

There is a problem with speaking out about how awful Islam is, of course. One gets labelled ‘Islamophobe‘.

Do not fear being labelled an ‘Islamophobe.’ Winston Churchill was once accused of being a ‘Naziphobe.’

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    1. Christianity used to claim women were witches and kill them, and kill those who dared suggest the world was round, etc.,etc.,etc. It doesn’t do that sort of thing so much these days.

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      1. Christianity: (noun)

        The religion based upon the person and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.

        Christianity in and of itself can do no harm. Only people claiming to use it.

        “Christianity used to claim women were witches and kill them”

        Aside from the fact that only 25 people died in the Salem witch trials, if people were to apply the teachings of Christ no one would have gotten killed.

        “and kill those who dared suggest the world was round, etc.,etc.,etc”

        As a matter of fact, I have never been given evidence that was the case. The idea that Columbus was persecuted by the church because they believed the earth was flat was started by Antoine-Jean Letronne (1787-1848) in his book On the Cosmographical Ideas of the Church Fathers (1834) and Washington Irving (1783-1859) the historical fiction writer.

        Their ideas were propagated by John Draper (1811-1882) and Andrew Dickson White (1832-1918), president of Cornell University. And ultimately in the book by Daniel Boorstin The Discoverers.

        To quote historian Jeffrey Burton Russell:

        “There never was a period of ‘flat earth darkness’ among scholars (regardless of how the public at large may have conceptualized our planet both then and now). Greek knowledge of sphericity never faded, and all major medieval scholars accepted the earth’s roundness as an established fact of cosmology.”

        [Gould, S.J., The Late Birth of a Flat Earth, in: Dinosaur in a Haystack: Reflections in Natural History, 1st paperback ed., pp. 38–50, New York: Three Rivers Press, NY,1997.]

        Oh well. Nice chatting with you.

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        1. “Aside from the fact that only 25 people died in the Salem witch trials, if people were to apply the teachings of Christ no one would have gotten killed.”

          Ok, so that ‘if’ makes it all better then.

          Outside of the USA, there was a time in Europe when thousands of women were systematically culled by Christians, by accusing them of witchcraft. And ask Galileo how he was treated by Christians.

          But, hey, religion is all about being in denial, innit.

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          1. “Outside of the USA, there was a time in Europe when thousands of women were systematically culled by Christians, by accusing them of witchcraft.”

            I’ve never heard thousands. I’ve read 150 were officially arrested. But regardless, had those people been applying the teachings of Christ, no such thing would have happened.

            Atheisms track record is far worse.

            20 million Christians killed in Soviet Union labor camps. [Christian martyrdom, a global demographic assessment. p. 4]

            But hey, religion is the cause of all violence innit!

            I’ll catch you later.

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          2. I don’t believe the Christians arrested the women. They just turned up and tortured them to death in the name of Christianity.

            Before Islam positioned itself as the more aggressive group of god botherer the Christians had an awful track record with their crusades. The more recent crusade of course being into Iraq.

            Hitler was a Christian and in his name look at how many people died.

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    1. He was baptised and confirmed as a Catholic Christian as a child in Austria. In his early career he spoke out against various atheistic movements. He was in favour of ‘positive Christianity’, which was a version of Christianity that removed its Jewish elements.

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      1. I would say many atheists were baptized as a Catholic in their childhood. That doesn’t make you a Christian though.

        Saying Hitler was a Christian is just not logically coherent. The world’s most infamous anti semite worshiped a Jewish Man as his Lord and Savior?

        Hitler was just manipulating the Catholic church to back him.

        At best, Hitler worshiped a false “jesus” of Nazism. At worst, he was a psychotic liar (or both). Regardless, he made some anti-Christian statements in the Bormann Vermerke as well.

        Nice chatting with you. Peace out.

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