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Thursday, March 3, 2016

Christianity is extremist, according to almost half US non-religious adults

Prophecy Sign:  Increased Christian persecution/marginalization globally 

Guess what??  If you are a follower of this blog, you would be considered an 'extremist' by a good portion of the unbelieving, non-Christian world.  And in fact, maybe you should be carefully monitored and watched by the authorities just to make sure you toe the politically correct line. Should you step out of line, expect to be summarily dealt with.  Oh and by the way, the Obama government doesn't even believe that what is happening to Christians in the ISIS controlled parts of the Middle-East to be considered extermination.  So don't expect any help from your government when the persecution gets even more pronounced.

"If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first. If you belonged to the world, it would love you as its own. As it is, you do not belong to the world, but I have chosen you out of the world. That is why the world hates you. John 15:18-19 NIV

Christianity is extremist, according to almost half US non-religious adults
Almost half of non-religious American adults consider Christianity to be extremist, according to a new study by the Barna Group. The new study examined society's current perceptions of faith and Christianity. Forty-five percent of atheists, agnostics, and religiously unaffiliated in America agree with the statement that "Christianity is extremist". Only 14 per cent of this group strongly disagreed that Christianity is extremist, with 41 per cent only disagreeing 'somewhat'.

Take This Test To See If Most Americans Would Consider You To Be A ‘Religious Extremist’
Are you a religious extremist?  For years, world leaders have been endlessly proclaiming that we need to eradicate “extremism”, but what actually is “extremism”?  Many would point to the ISIS jihadists over in the Middle East that are beheading people that don’t agree with them as examples of religious extremists, and I think that very few people would argue with that.  But our politicians (especially the liberal ones) rarely use the term “Islamic terrorists” anymore.  Instead, they tend to use the term “religious extremists”, and that has a much, much broader connotation.  In fact, if you are a Bible-believing Christian, you are probably included in that category.
The Obama administration says Islamic State’s persecution of Christian minorities in Iraq and Syria is not genocide. The point where it is accurate to term it as such “has not been reached,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest said at a press briefing.

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