Sunday, May 29, 2011

Anti-Christian Bigotry in Dearborn

10 comments:

Joe Bradley said...

Another law suit brought by the Thomas Moore Law Center, perhaps?

http://www.eeoc.gov/laws/statutes/titlevii.cfm

John K said...

Thanks for sharing this video. This is the kind of on-the-ground reality we need to know. It also helps us in our quest to define the mythical "moderate Muslim". For example, he cites 30% of those he knows as being good.

Fifth Monarchy Man said...

Hey all,

I know it's off topic but I need some help.

Can someone point me to the offical Muslim position on the New Covenant.

Ive read that Islam beleives that God made a "final" covenant with Mohamed but I’m looking for something from the Quran or early sources about the relationship between that covenant and the NC

Thanks in advance and sorry again to post off topic

thanks

PYEM Ministry Inc. said...

Anti-Christian racism? or Christian Racism? The video says Christian racism? Which one is true? Sorry I'm a bit confused.......sigh lol

PYEM Ministry Inc. said...

Never mind. My brain was dead for a few seconds. The correct phrase would be "anti-Christian racism"

Teri said...

I guess I'm a bit confused on what the appropriate term should be for Christians in Dearborn facing discrimination? It's not racism since Christians come from all races and ethnicities. It certainly is bigotry. Maybe those exhibiting it should be called Christaphobics? How sad that it is so prevalent, but we don't have the right term for it. The media just doesn't care enough to call it what it is. WRONG.

donna60 said...

Fifth Monarchy, based on talking to Muslims online, I get the general impression that the NT was just for Jews, and it was only to remind them that there was only one God, and Paul perverted the rest of it.

Xiao-Fury said...

Hard to believe that this is America now.

goethechosemercy said...

Christianity is not a race.
Islam is not a race.
God bless this brave young man!

goethechosemercy said...

The NT was not perverted. The Trinity is scripturally based, and doctrinally sound.
I don't mind unitarianism if it is sincere. I do mind it, seriously, when it is an attempt to sacrifice the integrity of Christianity to Islam.
A unitarianism that denies the mysterious nature of God is, I believe, corrupt.