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Why did a democracy arrest Jesus Christ’s Apostles in the New Testament era?

Jesus Christ’s Apostles were arrested and killed by a democracy (a democratic form of government).  The Roman Empire (like the American Empire) was a democracy that emphasized religious tolerance and fought religious intolerance.

In fact, US democracy is modeled after the Roman democracy.

The two democracies share fundamental similarities, such as religious pluralism and tolerance, which the apostles of Jesus Christ attacked in their fulfillment of the Great Commission of Jesus Christ.  For the New Testament, there is only one true religion, which is Christianity, and other religions are attacked as being false religions.

St. Peter and St. Paul emphasized that Jesus Christ is the only God, and that all other religions are false religions.  This offended the Roman Empire, which emphasized religious liberty and respect for all religions.  Thus, the democratic government in the New Testament time arrested St. Paul and St. Peter for hate crimes against other religions in claiming that they are false religions.

Exclusivity of Christian salvation offended Roman democracy as it does American democracy.

Democracy is fundamentally opposed to the New Testament, which emphasizes that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation and that all other religions go toward Hell.

True Christians will stand against religious pluralism of democracies and stand with the New Testament and emphasize that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation.

True Christians in America wil push to make America a distinctively and overtly a Christian nation.

The Puritans in the New World did not allow other religions.  American Founders did not want non-Christian religions on American soil.

How do you know from the New Testmanent that God may kill Christians who participate in interfaith dialogue and approval of other religions?

The New Testament reaffirms that God kills believers (born-again Christians) who participate in idolatry (interfaith dialogue), participating in the affirmation of other religions (“faiths”).  This is clear in I Corinthians 10:6-10:

These things took place as examples to keep us from craving evil things as they did.  Do not be idolaters, as some of them were. As it is written:  “The people sat down to eat and to drink, and got up to revel in idolatry.”  We should not commit sexual immorality, as some of them did, and in one day twenty-three thousand of them died.  We should not test Christ, as some of them did, and were killed by snakes.    And do not complain, as some of them did, and were killed by the destroying angel.”

I Corinthinans 10:10 confirms that there is a destroying angel who kills believers (born-again Christians) who participate in idolatry (interfaith dialogue).

The Ten Commandments are in effect in the New Testament Age of Grace, and in the Age of Grace, God will send His “Destroying Angel” to kill believers who participate in idolatry (religious pluralism and interfaith dialogue) as God did in the days of Ancient Israel.  The New Testament emphasizes that God’s angels will kill believers in the Age of Grace.

Anyone participating in proliferating religious freedom, religious tolerance, and interfaith dialogue are susceptible to the curses emphasized in I Corinthians 10:10 directed at Christian (born-again) believers.

This is the Word of God for the People of God in 2017 America!

Would Protestant Reformation have succeeded without violent wars fought by Protestant Christians?

No.

Protestant Reformation would have failed without violent wars that killed a lot of people to ensure its success.

In the Holy Bible, God orders killing of believers to ensure that Bible-centered belief system survives and thrives.

This is clear in the Book of Joshua, the Book of Judges, 1 Samuel, 2 Samuel, Book of Revelations, and many other passages in the Bible.

Sometimes God orders killing in order to advance the Kingdom of God.  

God is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

That is why the Protestant Reformers called for war and killing – in the spirit of the Holy Bible.

Sometimes, killing in a war is necessary to ensure that Bible is valued and Bible moral system dominates.

In other words, Protestant Reformers showed us in history that a part of Christian duty may be engaging in wars to ensure true Christian faith.

If Protestant Reformers did not lead the killing in a war, then Protestant Reformation would have failed.

This is important to remember for 2016 Christians in the United States of America.