Persecution of Christians is inevitable, because Christ told his church that the world would hate them just as it hated him. The conspiracy throughout the age of Christendom has been to cause the peoples of the world to hate, and even fear Christians as though they are insurrectionists, antisocial, hateful, murderous, villains. When Christians are marginalized, and demonized, before the public, just as Roman emperor Nero demonized Christians by accusing them of burning Rome, the citizens are then more than willing to allow their government to persecute Christians. This old method of turning the world against Christians is still in action today. An example of this method can be seen in the media’s publicizing of the court case of the Norway mass killer, Anders Behring Breivik, who said that he picked victims who had the ‘leftist’ look. His killing spree has been publicized by the media throughout western society. Now his insane, murderous, heart, is being publicized as well, and everyone will see the evils of extremism; right-wing extremism in particular. Since Christians are known for being right-wing in their political views, they will be further marginalized, and demonized as insurrectionists, antisocial, hateful, murderous, villains. For more information on the Norway mass killer, click on the link entitled, “Anders Behring Breivik“.
To add fuel to the fire of the ongoing method of demonizing Christians, the social gospel’s liberation theology of America teaches Christians that they have the right to take up arms against their government. As Benjamin Franklin stated, “Rebellion against tyrants is obedience to God”. Although the legal right to bear arms is under attack, and the Fema camps are setting many Americans on edge because of the “NDAA“, Christians still want to believe in their right to take up arms against their government. This view is widely held by white American Christian republicans, who are proud, stubborn, and not willing to take up their cross of suffering for Christ’ sake. Their outspoken affirmation of their right to own firearms, and to use them to fight against their government, is what is adding fuel to the fire of marginalizing, and demonizing Christians throughout western society. Their determination to ignore Christ’ teachings on this matter will only serve to dig a deeper whole of persecution for Christians to fall into.
American Christians has always been told that they are the exception to the rule of Scripture, which affirms the persecution of everyone who desire to live godly lives (2Timothy 3:12). This is because America was birthed, not by the gospel of Jesus Christ, but by the social gospel, which teaches Americans that they can gain the world (The American Dream/life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness), and not loose their souls in the process. To read more on the corrupting effects of the American social gospel, click on the link entitled “War on Consciousness Pt. 3 – The Monumental Promotion of the ‘Social Gospel‘“.
The American government has already begun its demonization of people who hold to right-wing views. These views of the political right do not affirm the values of the changing moral climate of America, and will no longer be tolerated. Therefore, there is now a campaign to demonize the old morality of the political right, so that the next generation will see them as alien, hateful, extreme, insane, arrogant, and even ungodly. This campaign is being implemented through the educational system, the media, politics, and through religion. For examples of the government’ s conspiracy against right-wing adherents, click on the links entitled “GOVERNMENT SAYS CHRISTIANS ARE TERRORISTS” and “Christians Classified as Terrorists by Obama Administration“.
17 Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.
18 Now all things are of God, who has reconciled us to Himself through Jesus Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation,
19 that is, that God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself, not imputing their trespasses to them, and has committed to us the word of reconciliation.
20 Now then, we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God were pleading through us: we implore you on Christ's behalf, be reconciled to God.
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