Florida Churches Scammed by muslims about Islam
If your church is approached and asked to allow islam a captive audience by all means allow it. With one condition, the purpose of this islamic BS campaign is to play the old moral comparison game. First, play Fitna to the congregation and then give the muslim BS artist the same amount of time to counter the video. Afterall the people deserve to hear both sides and decide for themselves what to believe. If the minions will not agree to these terms, let them spin their BS at another church.
Brian Hughes, 13 Jan 10, Florida Freedom Newspapers
An upcoming series of religious studies might raise a few eyebrows, but ultimately, its instructor hopes, will help locals better understand a religion often associated with extremism and terrorism, and realize that it shares many common tenets with Christianity.
-There are no common tenets, Christians see Jesus as God in the flesh, muslims do not. Allowing a muslim to spin the old moral equivalency argument in any church is blasphemy.
The Rev. Mark Broadhead, pastor of the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church and the First Presbyterian Church of Crestview, will offer a study of the book “Christianity and Islam: So Much In Common, So Far Apart,” written by Ronn Kerr, beginning this morning and continuing most Wednesdays over the next several months.
-Someone should remind the good reverend that if he would not have allowed the scientologists to share his pulpit he should not allow muslims to do so.
“I know there is a lot of confusion, misunderstanding and concern about continuing conflict between Christians and Muslims and I wanted to help inform people so we at least have an understanding of each other,” Broadhead said. “People tend to fear what they don’t understand. This is just a way of helping people understand so there is less fear.”
-If Broadhead understands as little about Christianity as he does about islam his membership needs to find a new place to worship.
“This study has been designed to look at both the ways in which Christianity and Islam are similar and the ways in which they are different,” described Kerr of his study. “We have much in common, more in fact than any two of the world’s major religions. Yet, there are distinct differences which need to be understood but which do not have to keep us or our governments in conflict.”
-Differences huh, ok, here are a few: muslims dress children as suicide bombers and march them down the street, Christians do not. Muslims allow marriages to children as young as nine, Christians do not. Christians see Jesus as the living God, muslims do not. Christianity has a golden rule, islam does not. I could do this all day but in reality actions speak louder than words, judge both ideologies on the actions of professed believers.
Broadhead realizes some people in our region have family members, relatives or friends serving in the military in the Middle East who may come into conflict with Islamic radicals. He hopes the study will help both members of the military and their friends and family realize that most of the Muslims our service personnel encounter are not radicals.
“Every tradition has its radicals that will use their religion and faith to support any misguided notion they want to have supported,” Broadhead said. “Christianity has had its radicals, Islam has its radicals. A better understanding will help us realize that when people go outside the intended bounds of their faith, it gives everyone in that faith a bad name.”
-Radical muslims do not go outside of their intended bounds. They actually follow the pedophile mohammeds advice to the letter. To date not a single worshiper of Christ has ever blown himself up after following the tenants of Christianity to the letter.
The study begins this morning at 10 a.m. at the Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church. The same class will be repeated at 6 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Crestview. The studies will continue most Wednesdays over the next several months. For more information, call 682-2835.
“Yes, we and Muslims have different beliefs, but that doesn’t mean we can’t respect one another,” Rev. Broadhead said.
-He should have said that Christians can respect muslims but not one of the islamic countries respects Christians as equals. The Reverend is very ignorant about islam.