Tag Archives: Protestant Wars

Can violent religious conflicts, like Northern Ireland, happen in the United States?

Yes, violent religious conflicts, like Northern Ireland, can happen in the United States of America.

In the United States of America, there has only been one Catholic President, and many Protestants still hate Catholics.

Many Protestant Christians in the United States doubt that Catholics are loyal to Jesus Christ and the Holy Bible.

The majority of African-American Christians are Protestant Christians, and there is aggressive anti-Catholic attitude among many African-American communities across the United States of America.

Because many Catholics vote for gay marriage rights and abortion in politics, many Protestants are becoming more and more anti-Catholic in America.

Many Protestants are willing to resort to violence to protect their religion, and this is, in fact, a part of Protestant history for centuries, when deeply religious Protestants resorted to war and military warfare to protect Bible Christianity.

This includes many Protestant Christians in the FBI, CIA, Homeland Security, USMC, US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, and throughout every fabric of American life.

 

 

Is it morally acceptable to kill in order to uphold the morality of the Bible?

The 10 Commandments prohibit murder, which is defined as unlawful killing.  Obviously, for Christians the law being referred to is the Law of God.

There are some killings that are lawful in the Bible.

What are they?

(1) Killing when God orders (Book of Joshua)

(2) Soldiers killing in a war (Book of Judges)

(3) Killing to protect self and/or family

(4) Killing to protect True Religion

(5) Killing to protect Bible morality

In other words, the above killings are not murder.  Thus, you do not have to ask God for forgiveness, since they are NOT sin.

In fact, the Holy Bible talks about righteous killing or killing in righteousness (Phineas).  In other words, certain killing (such as killing to protect Bible morality) is described in the Bible as a testimony of faith or even as making a person holy before God.