God promises destruction of Jerusalem, the capital city of the Jewish nation of Israel, in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This is Gospel Truth, literally.
God promises destruction of Jerusalem in the Gospel of Luke, chapter 21. This is the promise of God. God keeps His promises. And that is why Jerusalem was destroyed in 70 AD. God kept His promise to destroy Jerusalem, using Gentile armies.
But just like prophecies in the Book of Daniel and in the Book of Isaiah keep becoming fulfilled again and again, so will the prophecy in the Gospel of Luke, chapter 21. See Revelations 11.
Jerusalem will be destroyed before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ, as prophecied in the Holy Bible. God will keep His promise made in the Book of Revelations to destroy Jerusalem (the capital city of the Jewish nation of Israel) before the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. It is the Word of God for the People of God.
Yes, God wants Christian pastors, elders, and deacons to attack other religions as false religions during Sunday worship and Sunday Bible Study.
God does not want Christian leaders to preach tolerance of other religions. God does not want true Christians to be tolerant of other religions. Religious tolerance angers the God of the Holy Bible, because the Holy Trinity is a jealous God, as the Holy Bible emphasizes.
The Great Commission shows that God wants Christians to convert their neighbors who are of other religions. Christians should target their neighbors who are not Christian with strategies to convert them to Christianity.
Christian pastors must teach their church members why Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Janism, and other religions are false religions.
Christian elders must share during Bible studies strategies to convert people of other religions in the local community to Christianity.
Evangelism of people of other religions is demanded of Christian believers by Jesus Christ.
Yes, the Holy Bible shows that using force or violence is a legitimate Biblical way to advance the True Religion.
You know the story of Joshua and the Battle of Jericho. God commanded believers to take up weapons in order to advance the True Religion. For Joshua, God commanded killing with armies of believers in order to advance the True Religion.
Since the days of Joshua, Christians have often taken up weapons and used violence to advance the True Religion. God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. God is eternal.
It is not against the Holy Bible to use violence to advance the Gospel.
Recently, there were elections in Holland. Anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders became number two winner of the elections with his political party adding more than 10 seats to Dutch Parliament (equivalent to US Congress).
Geert Wilders says that Islam is evil. But is Islam more evil than Judaism?
No, Judaism is far more evil than Islam for Christianity because Jews killed Jesus Christ, and this is a fact that is emphasized in the New Testament.
It is the Jewish Supreme Court (the Sanhedrin) that imposed the death penalty on Jesus Christ for opposing Judaism.
According to historical Christianity, there is no religion in the world that is more evil than Judaism. That is why, every year, in the weeks leading to Easter, all Christians in four corners of the world read Gospel accounts showing how Jews plotted to kill Jesus Christ and ultimately the Sanhedrin, the Jewish Supreme Court, succeeded in issuing a death penalty for Christ.
It is important not to forget the facts about the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. You owe it to Jesus Christ to remember the truth as enumerated in the New Testament.
Book of Acts emphasizes the need for Christian churches to remember that it was the Jews that killed Jesus Christ. The Speech of St. Stephen is clear on this point. For the Early Church, Judaism was far more evil than Roman paganism, because it was Judaism that killed Jesus Christ.
Christian theologians and Christian preachers must not make alliances with leaders of Judaism or with the Jews who do not acknowledge that Jesus Christ is God and Savior.
Every Christian leader who embraces Judaism is a traitor to the Christian faith acknowledging Jesus Christ as God and the LORD of the world.
Islam may be a false religion. But it is Gospel Truth that Jews killed Jesus Christ. In other words, if you suppress the truth that Jews killed Jesus Christ, then you are not preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
All four Gospels emphasize that Jews killed Christ, because this fact is a fundamental truth of the Gospel that must be emphasized.
Yes. It is important to keep campaign promises, especially since 2018 election is less than 2 years away.
If the Republicans do not repeal Obamacare, then many Republicans will lose in 2018 elections. What people will focus on is the fact that Republicans dilly-daddled on campaign promises.
Democrats are mocking the Republicans and daring the Republicans, because the Democrats think that the Republicans are scared.
No guts, no glory. Abolish Obamacare, first. Sooner, the better.
One who hesitates is lost.
Do Republicans want to be dweebs who hesitate, as if they are scared of the Democrats and scared of what might happen if they do what they promised to do? To abolish Obamacare?
Do Republicans want to lose 2018 elections and possibly lose Senate Majority? If you want to play the wuss, then you will be treated like wusses.
Jesus Christ was no wuss. Jesus Christ never hesitated. That is why Jesus made history. He who hesitates is lost. Republicans will remember this as they lose the Senate majority in 2018 elections, if they do not quickly repeal Obamacare without delay.
Republicans who are afraid of what might happen if Obamacare is abolished do not deserve to be in Washington, DC. Such scary cats will not lead America to be great, again. America is the Land of the Brave.
Movies sometimes show characters using Bible passages in justifying violence. Is violence ever justified?
There were people living in Jericho. But according to the Bible, God led the Israelites to destroy Jericho (and kill everyone in the city, except for the prostitute who helped them spy on the city), so that the Israelites could (un)rightfully take what did not belong to them and live there.
God commanded Israelites to trespass on other people’s property, murder the legitimate title (deed) owners of the land, and live in their place.
Is this not violence?
But God does command violence. This is evident from Genesis to the Book of Revelations in the New Testament.
Christian history is filled with violence inflicted to advance the Gospel or defend Bible morality.
In essence, violence is a very important part of Christianity. Both the Bible and history prove this to be an absolute truth.