Sodomite Agenda Coming Into Fruition

By Theodore Shoebat 

In a later article of mine, in which I warned on the sodomite agenda, I wrote on how the homosexuals will go after wedding planners who refuse to organize a sodomite wedding:

If a pastor refuses to conduct a homosexual wedding, he will be punished, the same would go for a wedding planner who wishes not to organize a sodomite wedding.

Well, there is a new story in which a Mennonite wedding facility is being sued by the state of Iowa’s Civil Rights Commission, for their denying to have a homosexual marriage conducted, a decision which of course springs from their Christian faith.

This is being done in the name of “civil rights,” well, what about the right to discriminate? I don’t believe in discriminating people based on their race, I am talking about ideologies and wicked beliefs which deserve our discernment, and our censorship. The liberty for evil only gives the advantage to the wicked for them to take away the liberty of the good.

Sodomitism is an ideology, a belief system, which is guaranteed freedom by the US government, but seeks to end the freedom of Christians. It is  based on a corruption of the natural order, it is grotesquely erroneous, and does not deserve freedom, for error has no right.

With this recent story, all I can say is this: Outlaw the sodomite before the sodomite outlaws you.

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Boko Haram Is Enabled By Freedom of Religion

By Theodore Shoebat

The majority of persecution toward Christians has taken place in Nigeria, a secularly governed nation with freedom of religion, and not a sharia country.

A nation that has freedom–freedom of consciousness, freedom of thought–has the most persecution. Its not Pakistan, its not Somalia, but Nigeria, and the violence toward Christians is provoked and encouraged through anti-Christian propagation, because of the freedom of religion guaranteed by the constitution. This is not coincidental. Freedom and equality of religions and ideologies, allow wicked men to dominate good people.

Here is what the constitution says:

Every person shall be entitled to freedom of thought, conscience and religion, including freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom (either alone or in community with others, and in public or in private) to manifest and propagate his religion or belief in worship, teaching, practice and observance.

 

“freedom of thought,” permits freedom to believe in jihadism; freedom to ” propagate his religion or belief in worship,” allows for the instilling of teachings for the killing Christians.

The constitution allows for the inculcating of jihadism, and that is why they are enduring so much bloodshed, and the highest rate of persecution on the earth. In fact, it has been said that the teaching of sharia in Nigeria is protected by the constitution, as long as it is done within the context of private observance. Ben Nwabueze, a professor who teaches on the Nigerian legal system, had this to say:

The practice of the Shariah and the observance of moral precept and injunction in the Quran are personal matter for the individuals to be inculcated by teaching and preaching in the Quranic schools and Mosque by individual self-abnegation and self discipline not by enforcement through the coercive machinery of government

This modern idea, that as long as something is done and believed in privately, and within  inner individual wills and convictions, then it is permissible. Freely allow what is evil to be done in private, and you will eventually be forced to see and do it in public. The evil is Islam, and the freedom it is given to be taught and spread, is the enabling of this evil.

Sharia is not precipitated by the government, and this is true, and so Boko Haram uses freedom to enforce it on the populace, through violence and terrorism.

Sure, what they are doing is against the law, and many Boko Haram members have been killed (this is to be applauded),  but nonetheless, there have been no measures taken on the part of the Nigerian government, to prevent terrorism by hindering the teaching of the Islamic ideology, because it is protected by the constitution.

In Indonesia, Muslims have used violence and intimidation to shape the culture and the laws, and so Boko Haram is doing the same in Nigeria, and Al-Shabaab in Kenya.

As I have said before, the solution is not just a war on terror, but a war on error. Let us replace this taboo we call “the Enlightenment,” with the true enlightenment of Christ, before the darkness of Christendom’s enemies put away the light of civilization which now stands on the melting candle of docility.

 

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Constantine Did Not Create The Catholic Church

By Theodore Shoebat 

Out of all the greatest figures in Christian history, one of the most misconstrued and slandered against is Constantine. They say that he founded the Catholic Church, and he bonded it with paganism mixed with Christianity, but is this true?

Constantine

Constantine

This assertion has been being used to wrongly deceive countless Christians, and bring false information to Messianics and Evangelicals. It was first originated by anti-Christian writers, such as Franz Cumont.

Franz Cumont

Franz Cumont

What many don’t recognize is that Franz Cumont introduced this theory with an overall anti-Christian intention. He wrote that Christianity

took from its opponents their own weapons, and used them; the better elements of paganism were transferred to the new religion. (1)

With this said, we can agree that the beliefs which try to prove that Constantine configured his own church and mixed it with paganism, was originally produced by haters of the Faith, and has succeeded in causing further division in the Church, with Christians who hate Constantine going against those Christians who they perceive as subscribing to beliefs founded by Constantine.  Such contention is founded on false historicity.

To refute the notion that Constantine invented a new church, and to show that the Church did not change after, or was supplanted by, Constantine, I will almost always use primary source accounts such as Eusebius, Tertullian, St. Ambrose,  St. Irenaeus, Firmicus,  St. Justin Martyr, and St. Augustine.

This is important because it shows that once we look to the original sources of the Church, and not anti-Christian writers or information from the internet, what we find is not Constantine repressing Christians, but heretics who would be rejected by both learned Protestant and Catholic scholars.

One of the most frequent accusations is that Constantine founded, or at least helped establish, an official church of the empire, and then began slaughtering Bible believing Christians who refused to conform, and forced them into an “underground” church.

The evidence presented for this persecution of these obscure believers is an edict of Constantine in which certain sects are listed as being heretical and banned from preaching or assembling religious meetings, it states:

Understand now, by this present statute, ye Novatians, Valentinians, Marcionites, Paulians,  ye who are called Cataphrygians, and all ye who devise and support heresies by means of your private assemblies, with what a tissue of falsehood and vanity, with what destructive and venomous errors, your doctrines are inseparably interwoven, so that through you the healthy soul is stricken with disease, and the living becomes the prey of everlasting death. Ye haters and enemies of truth and life, in league with destruction! All your counsels are opposed to the truth, but familiar with deeds of baseness, fit subjects for the fabulous follies of the stage. …We have directed, accordingly, that you be deprived of all the houses in which you are accustomed to hold your assemblies, and our care in this respect extends as far as to forbid the holding of your superstitious and senseless meetings, not in public merely, but in any private house or place whatsoever.  Let those of you, therefore, who are desirous of embracing the true and pure religion, take the far better course of entering the Catholic Church, and uniting with it in holy fellowship, whereby you will be enabled to arrive at the knowledge of the truth. (2)

Now, I know that such fierce and overly zealous words may set alarms off in your heads. These poor believers are banned from preaching their theologies, and not only that, they are being coerced into joining the Catholic Church which, as many believe, is the Harlot of Babylon.

But, the question that needs to be asked is, what did these named sects believe in, and were they really Christian? To elucidate this, I will describe each of the sects listed in the edict, and what we will realize is that these sects were completely foreign to any Christian denomination (Protestant or Catholic) and more akin to heretical groups such as Mormons, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Muslims, and other cults which we would deem false and dangerous.

Firstly, the five sects condemned by Constantine cannot be considered as original Christians, simply for the reason that all of them broke away from the Catholic Church many years before Constantine was ever emperor, and were not pre-existing to Constantine, or the Catholic Church.

1. The Valentinians.  These were founded by one Valentinus, and his doctrine was blatantly heretical. He denied that Christ came in the flesh, (3) *St. Ambrose, Of the Christian Faith, 2.5* coinciding directly with the heresy condemned by St. John when he wrote:

Many deceivers, who do not acknowledge Jesus Christ as coming in the flesh, have gone out into the world. Any such person is the deceiver and the antichrist. (2 John 1:7)

St. Joh

St. John

They believed that the Father was both male and female, and that he impregnated a type of goddess named Silence, and through this intercourse, she gave birth to an “aeon” named Only-Begotten who then emitted Christ and the Holy Spirit. (4)

This bizarre belief is reminiscent to Mormonism, which teaches that the Father had literal sex with the Virgin Mary in order to beget Christ.  For example, Mormon leader Orson Pratt, once said:

But God having created all men and women, had the most perfect right to do with His own creation, according to His holy will and pleasure: He had a lawful right to overshadow the Virgin Mary in the capacity of a husband

Mormon heretic Orson Pratt

Mormon heretic Orson Pratt

The Valentinians were so blasphemous, that they believed that Christ was in a conjugal relationship with the Holy Spirit. (5) The Valentinians were condemned by St. Polycarp, was he then an agent for the Catholic Church pursuing innocent Bible believers? No. It is true that he was a Catholic, but he pursued heretics, and not only that, he was a student of St. John himself, a fact which cannot go ignored. Irenaeus, a student of St. Polycarp, wrote of St. Polycarp’s relation with the Apostles:

And Polycarp, a man who had been instructed by the apostles, and had familiar intercourse with many that had seen Christ, and had also been appointed bishop by the apostles in Asia, in the church at Smyrna. ...He always taught what he had learned from the apostles, what the church had handed down, and what is the only true doctrine. (6) 

St. Polycarp

St. Polycarp

How could the Valentinians be true Christians if they were teaching such false doctrine and were condemned by a man who had been directly appointed  by the Apostles themselves? Either the Apostles lacked discernment when choosing a bishop, or Polycarp was orthodox and the Valentinians were indeed heretical.

This further shows the historical rape which many modern day Christians have done to Church history when condemning Constantine as a repressor of Christians, when he in fact was striving to protect the Church against these very wolves.

2. The Marcionites. These heretics, which are rejected by both Catholic and Protestant scholars, were founded by one Marcion, a native of Pontus, who taught that there was a god greater than the God of the Old Testament, and that, as Islam teaches, God was not the Father of Christ. (7)

Marcion

Marcion

They affirmed that the God of the Old Testament was evil and corrupt, while the god who Marcion invented, was good. (8) One of their other beliefs was that Christ did not actually fulfill the Law, but abolished it as the work of evil, and that the prophets were all sinister writers and not of God. (9)

The Marcionites were as well condemned by Polycarp, the student of St. John, and when Marcion said to Polycarp, “Acknowledge us,” the saint wittingly responded: “I acknowledge the first-born of Satan.” (10)

3. The Novatians. These were founded by Novatian, a bishop of Rome, over half a century before Constantine’s conversion in 312 AD, and his emperorship in 306 AD.

They were a controlling and legalistic cult, whose main tenet was that Christ could not forgive Christians who, under pain of death, acknowledged the gods of the Roman state, a belief rejected and condemned by the Catholic Church in the third century, (11)  and which would be indefinitely condemned by any Protestant or Evangelical church.

He was in fact condemned by a pope, Pope Cornelius, which disproves the common accusation that Constantine was the first pope and the founder of the Catholic Church,  and substantiates that the office of pontificate pre-existed the first Christian emperor. Two other popes who reigned in the Church right before Constantine, were Pope Gaius and Pope Marcellinus, who were martyred by the pagans.

Pope Cornelius

Pope Cornelius

Novatus was not only a schismatic, but had to be treated by exorcists on account of demonic possession which lasted for some time. Can a man of Christ’s Way be overtaken by demons, as Muhammad and Joseph Smith were?

He was a violent madman, who robbed money from the Church, taking even charity funds from orphans and widows,  allowed his father to starve to death and did not care to even bury him, and murdered his own son by kicking his pregnant wife in the belly. St. Cyprian described his vicious and evil behavior as such:

Orphans despoiled by him, widows defrauded, moneys moreover of the Church withheld, exact from him those penalties which we behold inflicted in his madness. His father also died of hunger in the street, and afterwards even in death was not buried by him. The womb of his wife was smitten by a blow of his heel; and in the miscarriage that soon followed, the offspring was brought forth, the fruit of a father’s murder. And now does he dare to condemn the hands of those who sacrifice, when he himself is more guilty in his feet, by which the son, who was about to be born, was slain? (12)

St. Cyprian

St. Cyprian

While he refused to accept the lapsed Christians, he himself was terrified of persecution, to the point that when asked to assist the Christians being oppressed by the emperor Decius, he imprisoned himself in fear and even denied that he was a presbyter,  affirming that he was “an admirer of a different philosophy.” (13)

When he gave the communion bread to his followers, he did not bless them in anyway, but forced them to promise not to betray him, telling them: “Swear to me, by the body and blood of our Saviour, Jesus Christ, that you will never desert me, not turn to Cornelius [the Pope].” Instead of the receiver saying “Amen” when accepting the bread, he was compelled to say: “I will no longer return to Cornelius.” (14)

Could you imagine Holy Communion being done like this in your church? It was not done to remember Christ, but to compete with the Catholic Church and gain power over it. Again, this was before Constantine, and it was a cult which broke away from the Church, and did not exist before it. It had no Apostolic succession, but was merely a schism which abused and forced its followers to be loyal to Novatus.

They broke the precept taught by St. Paul,

That there should be no schism in the body; but that the members should have the same care one for another. (I Corinthians 12:25)

Saint Paul

Saint Paul

4. The Paulians.  Their name did not, as some may think, come from St. Paul, but a deceiver named Paul of Samosata who, like Muhammad, taught that Christ was not the Son of God, (15) and that He was not divine, but a mere man. (16)

Constantine repressed this sect, but again, they were heretical and they broke away from the Church, and never had pre-existing church.

5. The Cataphrygians.  These are more usually known as Montanists, from their second century Phrygian founder Montanus, He founded his cult similarly to how Joseph Smith founded the LDS, or how Muhammad founded Islam, through a demonic vision.

It was said that he was taken away by an evil spirit which compelled him to go into a violent frenzy in which he uttered all sorts of blasphemies. He attracted two women to join his movement, who has well would enter into hysterical and ecstatic states of ecstasy. They were like Muslim Sufis. They soon founded a cult of wild charismatics who broke away from the Church and believed that they were the true prophets foretold by God. (17)

As the Mormons and the Muslims replaced Jerusalem with Salt Lake City and Mecca, the Montantists declared that the two Phrygian cities, Pepuza and Tymium, were a Jerusalem. *Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 5.18* If the Catholic Church rejected Jerusalem and the Holy Land, as many have said, why would they then condemn this heresy?  The Montanists even had a prophet who, like Muhammad, dyed his hair and put on mascara, (18)  which reminds us of a lot of a lot of people in the modern day church.

This sums up the five heresies which Constantine’s edict suppresses. They were not Christian, and thus the allegations that Constantine persecuted the original church, founded the Catholic Church and was the first pope, are false.

Those who use these heresies as examples for the original church, are now compelled to either accepts these cults, or admit that the established Church in the time of Constantine, was the same one before Constantine, and that there was no underground church.

Moreover, the fact that Constantine repressed these groups shows that he had a knowledge on the Scripture, and possessed enough discernment to realize that they were dangerous to the Faith.

DID THE CATHOLIC CHURCH ADOPT MITHRAISM? 

Mithra on the left

Mithra on the left

Furthermore, the usual assertion that Constantine introduced Mithraism, or an ancient Persian cult, and Roman paganism, into the Church, is again fallacious.

Mithraism involved the worship of a bull fighter named Mithra, and of fire, and had nothing to do with Christianity. In fact, the cult was repeatedly condemned by Christian authorities before and after the time of Constantine, because the Church never changed its position in regards to the false religion.

For example, the Christian writer Firmicus, who lived during and after the time Constantine,  heavily denounced Mithraism as such:

The male they worship as a cattle rustler, and his cult they relate to the potency of fire, as his prophet handed down the lore to us, saying: … ‘Initiate of cattle-rusting, companion by handclasp of an illustrious father’. Him they call Mithra, and his cult they carry on in hidden caves, so that they may be forever plunged in the gloomy squalor of darkness and thus shun the grace of light resplendent and serene. O true consecration of a divinity! O repulsive inventions of a barbaric code! (19)

Firmicus

Firmicus

Was Firmicus going against the Church when he wrote this? No, if he was, why was he never anathematized as a dissenting heretic?  Firmicus was simply agreeing with the Church’s teaching on Mithraism, which was affirmed and taught centuries before Constantine was ever emperor. There was no new church to go against, when combating Mithraism.

Another frequent claim by anti-Christian writers (and sadly Christians who believe their lies), is that the idea of Holy Communion originated from Mithraism (the Mitraists used bread and water in their rituals, which is radically different to Christianity and is what Mormons actually do) and that the Catholic Church took this ritual for their Communion.

Justin Martyr, writing in between 151 and 155 AD (20) (around 277 years before Constantine’s conversion), not only chastised and condemned Mithraism, but concluded that its bread and water ritual was a demonic plagiarism of Holy Communion:

For we do not receive these things as common bread nor common drink; but in like manner as Jesus Christ our Savior having been incarnate by God’s logos took flesh and blood for our salvation, so also we have been taught that the food eucharistized through the word of prayer that is from Him, from which our blood and flesh are nourished by transformation, is the flesh and blood of that Jesus who became incarnate. For the Apostles in the memoirs composed by them, which are called Gospels, thus handed down what was commanded them: that Jesus took bread and having given thanks said: “Do this for my memorial, this is my body”; and likewise He took the chalice and having given thanks said: “This is my blood”‘ and gave it to them alone. Which also the wicked demons have imitated in the mysteries of Mithra and handed down to be done; for that bread and a cup of water are placed with certain words said over them in the secret rites of initiation, you either know or can learn.  (21)

St. Justin Martyr

St. Justin Martyr

The fact that Holy Communion was observed, and Mithraism was condemned, before and after Constantine, shows a consistent tradition being maintained and protected, and not a new church being created after 312 AD.

DID CONSTANTINE ENFORCE PAGANISM INTO THE CHURCH? 

Constantine hated paganism and its violent and homosexual practices with such fury, that he passed laws to repress them, and to exterminate the pagan priests of Egypt. Eusebius, one of our major primary writers on Constantine, recounts that:

Consistently with this zeal he [Constantine] issued successive laws and ordinances, forbidding any to offer sacrifice to idols, to consult diviners, to erect images, or to pollute the cities with the sanguinary combats of gladiators. And inasmuch as the Egyptians, especially those of Alexandria, had been accustomed to honor their river through a priesthood composed of effeminate men, a further law was passed commanding the extermination of these as a corrupt and vicious class of persons, that no one might thenceforward be found tainted with the like impurity. (22)

We could reasonably compare these laws to those of Moses, which prescribe the death penalty for paganism and homosexuality. These laws were definitely influenced by Biblical laws, for, according to Eusebius, he would “devote himself to the perusal of the inspired writings.” (23)

Not only that, but Constantine built Constantinople to be a city without the blemish of heathenism and idolatry, without the worship of devils and pagan temples. In the words of St. Augustine, it was to be a city “without any temple or image of the demons.” (23A)

St. Augustine

St. Augustine

DID CONSTANTINE OUTLAW THE BIBLE? 

A frequent accusation is that Constantine outlawed the Bible from being read privately. The truth is that he respected the Bible to the point that he ordered fifty Bibles to be copied for the churches. This was a very laborious project, because in those days there was no printing machines or internet, books had to be copied down by hand, it was costly and time consuming.

Most people in that age would not have been able to afford purchasing a Bible, and Constantine was charitable enough to give Bibles to churches so that the Scriptures could be read to the congregants.

Constantine issued this order to the bishop Eusebius for this to be done, writing:

Do you, therefore, receive with all readiness my determination on this behalf. I have thought it expedient to instruct your Prudence to order fifty copies of the sacred scriptures (the provisions and use of which you know to be most needful for the instruction of the Church) to be written on prepared parchment in a legible manner, and in a commodious and portable form, by transcribers thoroughly practiced in their art. (24)

Eusebius

Eusebius

After Constantine defeated one of the greatest persecutors of the Church, the pagan emperor Maxentius, the Roman senate erected an arch in honor of the victory, and unlike former emperors, it did not give any praise to Jupiter, Apollo, or Mars. (25)

Before 312 AD, the year of Constantine’s conversion, Roman coins were minted with pagan symbolism, but after 312, the coins are seen with  Christian imagery. (26) All of these indications lead to the conclusion that there was indeed a significant change in the empire after Constantine’s conversion.

Did pagan influence remain in the empire? Yes, but was there a new Church established, made with both Christian and pagan beliefs and rituals? No. The Church was the same as it was prior to Constantine, the only difference was that it was allowed to exist without pagan government despotism.

Because of Constantine, the great persecutors of the church, such as Maxentius, Gallerius, and Licinius, were vanquished,  Christianity was allowed to thrive. Because of Constantine’s liberation of the Church, Christianity spread as it did, and became the dominant Faith in the world, but of course this is not the case today.

Let this essay teach a good lesson, that history has been lacerated and defiled, and that the Church, in antiquity, was a beacon of light destroying the forces of evil and heresy, unlike today, where it has became a circus.

The Church is here to destroy the works of the devil, and let us do so in light of what the early Christians did, and not defile their history, but repeat it.

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REFERENCES

(1) *Cumont, The Oriental Religions, intro, p. xi*

(2) *Constantine’s Edict Against The Heretics, in Eusebius, Life of Constantine, 3.53, Christian Roman Empire, vol. 8* 

(3) *St. Ambrose, Of the Christian Faith, 2.5*

(4) *St. Irenaeus, Against the Heresies, 1.1-2*

(5) *St. Irenaeus, Against the Heresies, 1.2*

(6)  *St. Irenaeus in Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 4.14* 

(7) *Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 4.11*

(8) *Tertullian, Against Marcion, 1.2*

(9) *St. Irenaeus, Against the Heresies, 1.27*

(10) *Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 4.14*

(11) *Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 6.43*

(12) *St. Cyprian, epistle 48, trans.  Robert Ernest Wallis.*

(13) *Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 6.43*

(14) *Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 6.43, trans. C.F. Cruse, brackets mine*

(15)  *St. Ambrose, Of the Christian Faith, 5.8.104*

(16) *Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 2.27*

(17) *Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 5.16*

(18) *Euseb. Eccles. Hist. 5.18*

(19) *Firmicus, The Error of the Pagan Religions, 5.2, trans. Clarence A. Forbes, ellipses mine* 

(20) *Leslie William Barnard, intro to Justin Martyr’s Apologies, Ancient Christian Writers*

(21) *St. Justin Martyr, I Apology, 66, trans. Leslie William Barnard*   

(22) *Eusebius, Life of Constantine, 4.21, brackets mine* 

(23) *Eusebius, Life of Constantine, 1.32*

(23A) *City of God, 5.25, trans. Marcus Dods*

(24) *Eusebius, Life of Constantine, 4.32* 

(25) *Peter J. Leihart, Defending Constantine, ch. 4, p. 75, 2010*

(26) *Peter J. Leihart, Defending Constantine, ch. 4, p. 77, 2010*

 

Syrian Terrorist Admits: We Used Chemical Weapons

For those seeking to find out who really used chemical weapons, here is a video of an FSA commander admitting that he used chemical weapons:

As we watch this, let us praise John McCain, and the rest of the secular conservative establishment, for helping these great civilized people. Of course I am being sarcastic, all of these thugs and pirates are devils, and the Americans who help them are even bigger devils!

Death To The Beast Of Indifferentism!

By Theodore Shoebat

Oh Christians, do you not know of the plans of the heretics?

How they wish to destroy the Faith through deception, 

through false doctrine, through sophisms? 

My heart breaks at the sight of your indifferentism

because behind those false facades, of ‘tolerance,’

of ‘equality,’ of ‘free thought’ and of ‘liberty’,

  are wolves frothing at the mouth, just waiting 

for the right moment to make martyrs out of you,

and laugh, and mock, and scoff, at the very Faith 

which you care little for. 

Enough with your boastings, that you are tolerant and open minded,

these are but masks to cover your apathy before the sacred.

If you wish not to partake in this duel to the death, this duel of Faith,

then stay silent, and cease your attempt to hinder the fiery ardour of the zealots.

The heretics plan to destroy us,

and connive false friendships and perceptions of peace,

as Cain did before he slew the first martyr.

 

They dream of the days when we are in the midst of their killing fields, 

and they, with cruel smiles, laugh at us,

declare that Christ never saved us, and that the Cross is nothing.

And as they dream this utopia of hell, the indifferentist choose to live in polite fiction,

and they tell the zealots to cease speaking of fighting,

of this eternal war between the Cross and the Crescent,

before the Mark of God and the Mark of the Beast,

between the Bride of Christ and the harlot of the devil,

and little do they know that they,

despite their diplomacy with the enemy,

 are not exempt from this war,

for they do not know, nor do they realize,

that it will also be between those with zeal and those with out,

and in the end a sword will strike the beast of indifferentism

and  the wound will bleed the monster finally to death. 

Christians Butchered In Guinea, But There Is Something You Can Do About It

By Theodore Shoebat

Great havoc and violence has arisen in Guinea, in which a substantial amount of churches have been destroyed, and a immense amount of Christians have been killed. Jihadist provoked violence left ninety-five people dead, and a hundred and thirty wounded.

In Nzérékoré, five churches have been attacked and looted, and the homes of four pastors attacked by Muslim mobs. One priest, Fr. Joseph, recounted the violence:

The two Catholic and Protestant churches have all been ransacked and burned … Almost all the houses and shops belonging to Christians or people affiliated with Christians, have not escaped the fury of attackers.

Within the Catholic area, including the quarters of the nuns and the Presbyter, were looted and set to flames. Moreover, in Beyla, The Center for Youth Development, a conference room, an internet cafe, a primary school and a library, were ravaged and devastated.

Beyla’s regional deputy of health services, Dr. Tolon Loua, was killed during the violence, as Fr. Joseph says:

He was inside of his house when the assailants arrived and set it on fire … Badly burned, he was transported to the hospital where he was later declared dead.

In Moribadou violence lasted for three days, in which about 10 churches were destroyed.

Now, while it is important that we focus on this persecution, more needs to be done than just reading about it. This article is a request for those who are donating money to Rescue Christians, or would like to, to give what you can so that we can help the Christians in Guinea.

Currently we are rescuing and preserving Christians in Pakistan, but we desire greatly to expand into other countries where Christians are suffering. The more people we help, the more money that is needed. So we ask that you give, and we promise that all the money will go directly into helping the persecuted.

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