Tag: Interfaith dialogue

911 Outrage ~ Islamic Call to Prayer Coming to Washington DC!

On 911 of 2001 Islam shook America, and the response by our so called leaders, George Bush included, was to embrace Islam. This line of thinking is the equivalent of Jews embracing Nazism. Unfortunately this line of thinking has also trickled down to the much of the public, and still continues today. Another example of this is an upcoming “Unity Walk” on the the 10Th anniversary of 911, taking place in Washington DC.

Logan’s Warning Message to the Churches That Allow Muslims to Pray in Them

Recently I have posted numerous articles here about so called Christian leaders going against Christianity and allowing Muslims to pray in their Churches. My message to these Pastors and Reverends is that if you are so concerned with respecting Islam, then you should not be allowing Muslims to pray in your Church. As Islamic Law has strict guidelines against this.

June 26Th: Churches Across America Opening to Islam!

In this follow-up to the “More Than 50 U.S. Churches Agree to Hold Koran Readings!!” article, we see another Christian “leader” who is foolishly taking a stand for Islam.

Christians, Jews and Muslims to Share Pulpits

Churches across the States will be opening up their pulpits to clergy from the Jewish and Muslim faiths.

Texas Presbyterian Camp Supporting the Religion/Ideology of the Enemy

Just two days ago we learned that a Church in Connecticut allowed its basement to be turned into a makeshift Mosque. Now we see the same type of irresponsible behavior taking place in Texas. The Presbyterian Mo-Ranch Camp in Hunt Texas, is hosting the MYNA Winter Leadership Retreat next week. The retreat is being sponsored by Islamic Society of North America (ISNA).

Islam and What it Means to Christians

Fighting Islam is not about religion to me, it is about preserving the freedoms of Western Civilization for our families future generations. In order to win this war, we are going to need to have a louder voice than Muslims. Although they are a minority here, they are very vocal and also have the support of many non-Muslims. Including Churches in America that actively support Islam, no matter what Muslims do.

Mainstream Oklahoma Baptists: “We have extremists in both our faiths,”

Of course everyone reading must know that they are talking about Islam and Christianity. The article then goes on to mention Timothy McVeigh, whose terrorist act was not inspired by his religion. More Christians need to start doing their own research and educate themselves to the fact that Islam is a religion of war, and Muslims are encouraged to lie to defend it. Christians involved in interfaith talks with Muslims also need to ask themselves one question. Where is the major Muslim movement against the persecution of Christians across the Islamic world? Don’t be fooled.