He might have called himself a Christian but he and his kind are not. Nonetheless, since he’s a person who calls himself a Christian, he should be called a Christian Terrorist just as if he were a Muslim he would be called a Muslim Terrorist. What’s good for one is good for the other.
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Die feministische Theologin Eske Wollrad (Hannover), hat den Übersetzern der revidierten Lutherbibel 2017 Rassismus vorgeworfen, weil in Jeremia 13,23 der Begriff “Mohr” benutzt wird. Hier wird mit zu großem Besteck hantiert, findet Thies Gundlach in seinem Gastkommentar. Gundlach ist einer der drei theologischen Vizepräsidenten des Kirchenamts der EKD. Er leitet dort das Referat “Theologische Grundsatzfragen”
Ridiculous. This is simply political correctness gone mad.
These telling statistics from The Guardian:
“Europe’s march towards a post-Christian society has been starkly illustrated by research showing a majority of young people in a dozen countries do not follow a religion. The survey of 16- to 29-year-olds found the Czech Republic is the least religious country in Europe, with 91% of that age group saying they have no religious affiliation. Between 70% and 80% of young adults in Estonia, Sweden and the Netherlands also categorise themselves as non-religious. The most religious country is Poland, where 17% of young adults define themselves as non-religious, followed by Lithuania with 25%.”
America is next up for De-Christianization. If you doubt it, just show up at any Church on a Sunday evening or Wednesday evening (if the churches in your area even bother with such services) and take note of the lack of participation.
For many Christians, their Christianity simply doesn’t matter. Not only do most have no time for worship or study, they also have even less time for evangelism and ministry. It is, therefore, frankly, no surprise at all that America, like Europe, has fewer and fewer Christians. And the downward trend shows no sign of turning around. And, again, if you don’t believe it, just show up at any church anywhere that has an Evening service.
“Permission is an act of governing Providence, by which God does not employ hinderances which no finite agent can overcome, or knows how to overcome, to restrain rational creatures, inclining themselves of their own accord to sin, from an evil forbidden by the law, but, for just reasons, permits them to rush into sins, Ps. 81:12; Acts 14:16; Rom. 1:24, 28.” – Quenstedt.