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Islam and yet, not Islam

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Gerhard Ebersoehn, Dec 8, 2015.

  1. Gerhard Ebersoehn

    Gerhard Ebersoehn Active Member
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    Christ had to overcome humanism in order to save humankind.

    He had to overcome human nature by Divine Nature to overcome evil and let good triumph.

    That is why the turmoil we witness in our own time is worse and will get worse than ever until the day Christ will return in his glory and in the glory of the Father in the very moment and day that the sins of man and the sinfulness of human nature will have reached the pinnacle of its inherent lust and will have reaped total self-destruction and the destruction of all good which the human god of humanism, has promised humanity for all its existence.

    Christianity boasts its superior kind of love for all human beings while the show is but the frantic clutching at the roots of drifting tuft of grass in the turbulent down stream of its destiny.

    Secularism has proved itself to be but a misnomer for religiosity be it Christian, atheist or Islam, Hindu or whatever. In the end each exposes itself of a kind, humanism.

    Only Islam at present is launching a mighty attempt at selling itself for ‘a religion of peace’, humanitarianism and ‘moderation’, while it keeps the cobra of its true doctrine and nature temporarily closed under the recently manufactured cover of ‘extremists groups’ and ‘terrorists’. Until it has thoroughly infiltrated all sociological systems ultimately that of Christianity, to like a dog some day bite the hand that helped it into life and has fed and nursed, and reared and trained and armed it for centuries on end for its own unholy covert designs, the helping hand of Roman Catholicism.

    To which of these beastly powers will mankind turn for salvation?

    To the big hero that in the end will reveal itself as the saviour of mankind— to Roman Catholicism, at the expense and to the extinction of one tiny part of earth’s population, Reformed Protestant Christianity.