Tag Archives: Christian Identity

What is the significance of Easter?

Happy Easter!  Easter is significant because it represents victory of Christ over death.

Easter is significant because it represents victory of Christ over the Jews, who succeeded in getting Him killed.

Easter is significant because Christ’s victory provides vicarious sacrificial death for those who believe in Him, so that they might have eternal life.

Can Christians work with gays like Milo Yiannopoulos, who call themselves “conservative”?

No.  It is absolutely important that Bible-believing Christians alienate, isolate, and minimize homosexuals, like Milo Yiannopoulos, who call themselves “conservative”.

Homosexuals cannot be Christians.  Both the Old Testament and the New Testament identify homosexuality as “unnatural” evil and the greatest social evil.  Romans 1 in the New Testament is clear on this.

Bible is clear about not making alliances with those who are opposed to the core values of the Holy Bible.

The goal of Bible-believing Christians is not to be “ultra conservative”.  The goal of Bible-believing Christians is to make America a Christian nation that respects and honors Christ Jesus, the Savior of the World.  A part of having a nation that respects Jesus Christ is to illegalize homosexuality and oppose gay marriage laws.

“Conservative” homosexuals, like Milo Yiannopoulos, support gay marriage laws and homosexuality expansion in society because they are homosexuals.

It is important for Bible-believing Christians to run for the Democratic primaries for 2018 and 2020 elections, opposing gay marriage laws.  It is important for Bible-believing Christians to run for Republican primaries for 2018 and 2020 on platform of illegalizing homosexuality in America and making America more Christian.

“Conservative” homosexuals, like Milo Yiannopoulos and Peter Thiel, are fundamentally opposed to Bible-honoring Christian America.

Bible emphasizes that homosexuality is a crime that must be punished by national laws and that Christian churches must excommunicate homosexuals and not allow homosexuals to attend Christian worship services because their very presence defiles the holy assembly to honor Christ.

Do other democracies pay for Christianity in society?

Yes.

Every European country (England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Denmark, Holland, etc.) use tax dollars from their citizens to pay for Christian programs.

This is because the majority of the citizens are Christians.  So, logically, taxes paid for by the majority of the citizens should pay for programs that the majority are involved with and value.

Does it glorify God if you die trying to illegalize homosexuality?

The Holy Bible considers homosexuality as the greatest evil in the world.  In other words, homosexuality is more evil than intentional first-degree murder, rape, Grand Theft Auto, and any other crime that you can consider.

Just because an anti-Christian government says that it is okay to be gay and protects homosexuals, it does not mean that God approves of homosexuality.

God’s laws are not laws of human beings.  Human beings must submit to God.

Illegalizing homosexuality is the utmost priority in the United States of America, because God exists.  And God wants His Law enforced.

Is there anything worth giving up your life?

For true Christians, giving up life for Christ and His Glory (which is integrally related His Law) is worth donating one’s life for.

Do you think Rev. Pat Robertson and Rev. Jerry Falwell are right in saying that 9/11 is a punishment from God for homosexuality?

Today marks anniversary of 9/11 in America.

On September 11, 2001, America was rudely awakened to terrorist attacks on US soil.  Those who were in tune with God’s Will and the Word of God, such as Rev. Jerry Falwell and Rev. Pat Robertson, rightly called this event punishment from God for homosexuality.

See this YouTube recording of conversation between Rev. Robertson and Rev. Falwell:

God is gracious, so God gives warning, like 9/11, and gives time to repent.  But if there is no repentance, then God will destroy.

This is evident with the Jewish people who, according to the New Testament, killed Jesus Christ, who is God’s Only Begotten Son.  In the Gospels, Jesus Christ prophesied that God will kill the Jews for their actions against Him.  Jesus Christ was crucified in 30 AD.

It appeared to the populace that Jesus Christ’s prophecies in the Gospels against Jews and the Jewish nation (Israel) would not come true.  No significant number of Jews died right after 30 AD.

But in 70 AD, about 40 years after the death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ to Heaven, the Jewish nation (Israel) was completely wiped out (literally!) by the Roman Army and a large percentage of the Jewish population in Israel slaughtered (killed).  Thus, history records the fulfillment of the prophecies of Jesus Christ against the Jews and the Jewish nation (Israel).

Yes, Rev. Robertson and Rev. Falwell are right.  The Day of the LORD will be coming, and we are looking at millions of Americans dying in divine judgment, most likely perpetrated through the hands of the enemies of the country.

The Roman Army represented the enemies of the Jews and the Jewish nation (Israel), and that’s whom God used to wipe out the Jewish nation (Israel) and execute the Jewish people.

That is the modus operandi of God.  So, Rev. Robertson and Rev. Falwell are correct to predict how God would respond.

It’s only been 11 years, folks. God’s judgment is surely coming….