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Choice News SATURDAY, AUG 9, 2014  |  8 comments
Christians told to 'fight back brutally' against jihadists
Christians under attack by Muslims terrorists in Nigeria are being warned to defend themselves, because the government won’t do it.

Hair told WND Nigerian Christians might have to adopt the tactics of Christians and other non-Muslims in the Central African Republic.

“They might have to fight back brutally with whatever weapons they have. They’re going to need a high desire to achieve complete victory,” he said.

“What else can the Nigerian Christians do if they don’t want to be wiped out? If the government can’t help them, and it’s increasingly questionable if it can, then what use is appealing to it? The U.S. is heavily involved in Nigeria, but the Nigerian Christians shouldn’t expect help from the United States,” Hair said. ...


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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Chris Frost from Indiana writes:
Chris, I would be tempted to agree with you, but I think perhaps you underestimate the depth of depravity resulting from our sinful nature. But for the grace of God, we could very easily be those people.

Thanks for the comment, Chris. I do consider this when posting on these matters, but I can't help thinking a little past the issue of total depravity and that we are all sinners, capable of this and that, etc, in certain instances. Like the abortion doctor in another thread, these people seem to be in their own catagory. The way I'm looking at it is that, yes, we are all capable of terrible things, but by the grace of God, our eyes have been opened, however...take God out the equation for a moment...even the godless, for the most part, are not capable of such attrocities. God has opened our eyes so we know better. God hasn't opened their eyes, but they still know better and would never do such things. This is the seperation in my mind and why, to me, some things seem to go beyond total depravity and the question of what we ourselves are capable of, and become questions of possession. I know thay seems out there maybe but even with total depravity and Godlessness, most human beings are just not capable of such unmitigated wickedness.

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News Item8/10/14 7:37 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Thanks, mirror, mirror. I always find it incredible and confusing when I see people who claim to be born again Christians walk, talk, and act the way they do. They say the most terrible, viscious things, they never, ever have anything good to say, never say anything uplifting or offer prayer, are always combative and filled with such hatred that they can't even have a civil conversation, and all the while, they sit on their clouds judging others and infer that they are the only people on the face of the planet who are saved, and even wish damnation upon us because we call them on their wickedness. Talk about utter blindness.
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News Item8/9/14 5:40 PM
Mirror mirror  Find all comments by Mirror mirror
SteveR wrote:
Christians will be tempted to become more and more militant as these enemies threaten our secular stability. Whether in Nigeria, or an Atlanta suburb, Christians must increase their faith and remain faithful to the doctrines given to us. Its way too easy to become seduced by the bloodsuckers, those that claim true faith but are servants of wickedness like we see everyday by the dispensationalists on this board
You talk of all others being wicked when you cannot see the utter darkness in your own heart. Hypocrite!
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News Item8/9/14 4:00 PM
Same Olde Folderal | Isles of Langerhans, Pancreas  Find all comments by Same Olde Folderal
And I thought the 'blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church'
On the other hand, maybe those guys on TV who 'lift weights for Jesus' could sponsor a short-term missionary trip to go to Nigeria to help them.
And what about all the Christians in the US talking about their right to own guns? Why not go to Nigeria or Iraq and use them?
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News Item8/9/14 2:22 PM
Chris Frost | Indiana  Find all comments by Chris Frost
Chris, I would be tempted to agree with you, but I think perhaps you underestimate the depth of depravity resulting from our sinful nature. But for the grace of God, we could very easily be those people.
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News Item8/9/14 10:06 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
SteveR wrote:
Christians will be tempted to become more and more militant as these enemies threaten our secular stability. Whether in Nigeria, or an Atlanta suburb, Christians must increase their faith and remain faithful to the doctrines given to us. Its way too easy to become seduced by the bloodsuckers, those that claim true faith but are servants of wickedness like we see everyday by the dispensationalists on this board
Generalities notwithstanding, you at least didn't call them dispies.
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News Item8/9/14 9:29 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
Christians will be tempted to become more and more militant as these enemies threaten our secular stability. Whether in Nigeria, or an Atlanta suburb, Christians must increase their faith and remain faithful to the doctrines given to us. Its way too easy to become seduced by the bloodsuckers, those that claim true faith but are servants of wickedness like we see everyday by the dispensationalists on this board
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News Item8/9/14 6:43 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Two groups that need to be exterminated. ..Boko Haram and the new, well, reinvented ISIS. I've never tbought anyrhing like this before but these groups, to me, are packs of demons who came up from the pit to I habit these men who were lost to begin with. I wonder how dark and detached a heart must be to be capable of such attrocities. Being Godless is one thing, but being capable of such things takes more than the sin nature of man to take part in such things without empathy of any sort.
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