War on Christianity — 6 Comments

  1. i think a big problem with american christians is the belief in the false doctrine of a pre tribulation rapture. most christians believe they will be wisked away before the dung hits the fan .

  2. Isn’t the point of a belief system freedom, allowing anyone to practice their belief without impinging on others. Christianity is not forced onto anyone as is in the case of of some of these countries in the article. One glaring fact is that those who don’t accept Christian doctrine, do their utmost to keep it out of circulation or would like it abolished, ask yourself why?. People in general despise themselves inwardly for their sinful life style and that breaks through in an outward expression of resentment or even hatred against anyone who does not fit into their model of thinking. At some point in the future all human beings will be tested and there is no place to hide. My hope is that you are, or will be ready, and not be found complaining and whining about who is wrong and who is right.

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  4. Thank you for speaking the truth, I agree with you 100%. I believe there is a time coming when our churches here in America and our “Christians” will surely be put to the test, and I also believe 90% of them will not be prepared. This is not something that can be made easy to listen to or to read. God Bless you.

  5. I’ve been reading your articles and I agree with them. I’m a spirit-filled born-again christian. I know our only hope for this country and the world is repentance and a return back to our ‘GOD’! Keep up the good work.

    • Persecution is NOT being prohibited from discriminating against those who don’t believe or live your way. Tell you what, keep your religion in your houses, churches and schools. Then we can get alont, we just don’t interact with each other.