Islamic Iman Leads U.S. House of Representative Prayer. #whynot

I’ve been thinking about this and have been asking the question “why not?” There are a few things to consider here:

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  • Is this or is this not a “freedom of religion” believing country?
  • Why are Christians only the ones to be blamed for America’s secularism?
  • Isn’t the text of the Islamic Iman’s prayer a text that even a Christian or a Jew wouldn’t volunteer an hearty “amen”?

I cannot picture Moses, performing miracles in Pharaoh’s Court, using his staff, and then, when Pharaoh summons his magicians to perform the same miracles Moses was performing, that Moses would have said “no, I won’t accept this challenge… I can only accept miracles performed in the name of MY God, Jehovah”. No! Moses not only accepted the challenge but his staff-now-turned-into-snake consumed, devoured, ate, Pharaoh’s magicians staff-now-turned-into-snakes! Christians should not be afraid of any challenge from any other religion! We have to believe that God will prevail, and that our beliefs will surpass, metaphorically “eat” everyone else’s belief; otherwise we are nothing but religious weaklings, whiners and phonies! Jesus never shunned a challenge either! Let Muslims do what they do in between killings and beheadings, and let us as Christians do what we do in confidence that God will see us through as winners… In this the infamous Charismatic TV preacher is right: “I read the end of the book: We win!”

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One Reply to “Islamic Iman Leads U.S. House of Representative Prayer. #whynot”

  1. A brief, but nonetheless revealing, glimpse into how the Christian-Islam antagonism began may be found beginning on Page 92 of the recently released Christianity Is Not Great. The book is available at the following link:

    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1616149566/thechuofjesch-20/

    Over the course fo the next few pages, the text explains how Crusades against the Muslims led to subsequent religious wars and witch-hunts.

    And, no, this is not a sales pitch. I neither contributed to the book nor benefiting from the sale thereof.

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