Christian Militias On The Rise; A New Crusade Coming

By Theodore Shoebat

…Not a campus crusade, but a true crusade, in which the saints carry their cross to fight with the forces of darkness.

Christians in the Middle East have for a long time been accustomed to staying away from the fray with Muslims. This has come as a result of both comfort and suppression, but the persecution against the saints has reached an intensity almost unheard of in our times, and the apex of this oppression is at hand.

With this diabolical torment and violence becoming more fierce and cruel, Christians are now being confronted with the choice to fight or die. Many of the saints have taken up their cross and decided that to die is to live, and as Christ picked up the Holy Cross to defeat the devil, these true crusaders have picked up guns to vanquish the Muslim devils who seek their destruction.

In Syria, Christian fighters have taken up arms and have formed various garrisons, defending numerous villages.  Here is a video of a militia in the Christian pilgrimage center of Saidnaya:

It was in the area of Saidnaya where, for centuries, Christians, have been making pilgrimages to worship the God who “hath shewed strength with his arm” and “hath scattered the proud in the imagination of their hearts.” (Luke 1:51) Even Crusaders in Medieval times visited this city to venerate the God who “teacheth my hands to war, and my fingers to fight” (Psalm 144:1). And now the Muslims want to take it, but the Christians, these modern day Crusaders, are not suffering them to do so.

One Syrian Christian militia, which calls itself The Lions of the Canyon, are so far protecting over thirty villages, and this militant order will only grow as the fighting intensifies.

In Iraq there are various Christian militias who are fighting the slaves of Allah and the acolytes of Antichrist, as this video shows here:

Christians in the island of Mindanao in the Philippines have formed militia groups to fight with the Muslims who are conducting a jihad to take over the land, and here is a video of these Crusaders:

All of the Christian militants presented in this article are either Catholic or Eastern Orthodox, and they do not subscribe to the empty and weak doctrines of the soft western Christian leaders, but they are like those Christians in antiquity who fought with sword and shield against the haters of the Cross, the Muslims, Arians, the Cathars, the Paulicians, and whatever tares that are rooted in the thorns of hell.

As people sit here and worship Glenn Beck, and accept Mormons as Christians because they revere that false prophet (I call these Beckite heretics), these citizens of Heaven war with arms to keep away the slaves of hell from overtaking them.

And how can one, burning with zeal and being driven by Holy Writ, not praise these men, and not admire their martyrs? Hear the words of St. Augustin on the glory of the martyr who is slain advancing the Kingdom of Heaven:

The soul of the martyr is a sword shining with charity, sharpened with truth, brandished with the power of a fighting God — a sword that has fought wars, has bested troops of gainsayers in argument, has struck down its foes and laid adversaries low. (1)

Read the words of St. John Chrysostom, in whose time the Christians warred with the Arian heretics who were the predecessors to the Muslims, and realize the greatness of the Church militant:

O Christian, you are a dainty soldier if you think you can win without a fight or conquer without combat. Put forth your best effort, fight strenuously, strive mightily in this battle. Consider the pact, weigh the agreement, know what it means to be a soldier — the pact to which you gave your name. By this pact all have fought, by this agreement all have conquered, in this militia all have triumphed! (2)

These fighting Christian who do not accept the modern notion of “God loves everyone so just stay put,” but ones who illustrate the strongest form of love, taking up their cross and laying down their lives for their friends as they pick up their whips and drive out the unclean from entering the sanctuaries of God.

As St. Paul wrote, those who are of Arabia, that is, of the Islamic heresy that originated in Arabia, persecute those who are of God, or of the Spirit, and who are citizens of Jerusalem.  And what solution does the Apostle prescribe for such a problem? They are to be driven out:

For this Agar is mount Sinai in Arabia, and answereth to Jerusalem which now is, and is in bondage with her children. But Jerusalem which is above is free, which is the mother of us all. For it is written, Rejoice, thou barren that bearest not; break forth and cry, thou that travailest not: for the desolate hath many more children than she which hath an husband. Now we, brethren, as Isaac was, are the children of promise. But as then he that was born after the flesh persecuted him that was born after the Spirit, even so it is now. Nevertheless what saith the scripture? Cast out the bondwoman and her son: for the son of the bondwoman shall not be heir with the son of the freewoman. (Galatians 4:25-30)

Crusade coming back

Crusade coming back

And how can one throw away or reject Christian militancy, when Peter, James and John (those sons of thunder), witnessed our Lord talking with Moses and Elijah,men who cut down the idolaters and worshippers of the demon Baal?  Christ was the fulfillment of these prophets, and being so, He is the ultimate warrior who brings not peace, but a sword that causes division between those who eat at His table, and those who sit at the table of devils.

The day will come when this modern illusion of superficial love will be gone, and the armies of saints will make the enemies of God “like Oreb, and like Zeeb: yea, all their princes as Zebah, and as Zalmunna: Who said, Let us take to ourselves the houses of God in possession.” (Psalm 83:12)

If Christ fought Satan as He suffered on the Holy Cross, then no Christian is exempt from warfare.

Christus Vincit!




(1) St. Augustine, in  Jacobus de Voragine, The Golden Legend, 162, trans. William Granger Ryan

(2) St. John Chrysostom, in Jacobus de Voragine, The Golden Legend, 162


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  • greatattractor

    Aside from the religious terminology I welcome this. I plead with those oppressed by the muslim devils everywhere: RISE UP AGAINST SATAN AND SLAY HIM

    • totallydomestic

      God gives us the power, why don’t we use it?

  • Christians need to take a stand, either way, if they are going to die, they should die fighting for their right to protect their loves ones and their rights.

    • Phillip Coffey

      AMEN! What is the armor of God for if not to protect us as we defend the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ?

      • MB

        Read the next verse: Ephesians 6:12.

        For we wrestle not against FLESH AND BLOOD, but against principalities, against
        powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against SPIRITUAL WICKEDNESS
        in HIGH PLACES.

        • totallydomestic

          It also says, having done all, to stand.
          I think that it requires us to DO SOMETHING!
          Eph 6:13

          • John J Phillips

            Why then did The Lord Jesus not congratulate Peter on cutting of the ear of God enemy? If we have faith the size of a mustard seed we can move mountains. If mountains are kingdoms then we can remove or change a kingdom. However, I am not dogmatic about that. Some times, no all the time we need to take action. Just be sure it’s the right action. God bless

          • totallydomestic

            So Christians have no right to self defense?

          • John J Phillips

            That’s not what I said. But rather than argue lets both look through Gods Word and find, from the New Testament, some advice which may help us find the right path. Paul never fought back. He did leave and go away. In fact in the bible, and in the writings of the first century church fathers there is no advice which suggest we should fight our enemies. If you know diffrent I would be greatfull if you could share it with me. The only thing I can think of which allows us to fight is when The Lord Jesus told us to render unto Cesar that which is Cesar’s and unto God that which I’d God. If it’s your duty to your country you could use this to build a case for fighting in the army, which I fully support. The other scripture is where Paul, I think it Paul, tells us we must live by the law of the country we are living in.

          • Desertlifter

            John, here’s an article that I wrote that is timely for this discussion.


          • John J Phillips

            @Desertlifter. Thank you for your article. I have read it and it is a good article, can you feel the ‘but’ coming? I really appreciated it. Some bits did make me uncomfortable, ‘but’ that’s not because I did not agree. Intact some of the paragraphs and phrases are spot on.
            As for the others…. I haven’t sat down and thought of a response and I will, after I have been before our Lord. That’s not to say I’m looking to rebut you. They’re is is a better that small chance I’m wrong. But before I go. After reading throughout a lot of the comments left after Walids various comments I have to say some, which pertain to be from brothers betray a lack of personal relationship with The Lord Jesus. So I have to ask, if there was a Christian military force how would you screen applicants to ensure the enemy did not sow weeds in the ranks?
            God Bless
            And thanks for your article.

          • Robert Jaspers

            I admire any man who willingly possesses the courage to stand before an automatic rifle, unarmed with only the Word of God to protect them. The Israelis fight everyday with guns and bullets to protect their families and their own ground, given to them by God. Are we to believe that God would not allow us to do the same?

            There is a time for words, and there is a time to fight for what you believe in; realizing that not all men are soldiers.

          • Desertlifter

            John, thank you for reading my article and responding. There would appear to be no human way to keep any sort of Christian group from being infiltrated given the scope of the surveillance apparatus in place, especially if openly recruiting. The chances are improved if you stick to people whom you’ve known for years but even then personal affection may have you admit a “good guy” who isn’t Christian. Plus people do communicate in ways that are monitored. With no perfect options, we proceed anyway, trusting in the Lord for His provision and protection, doing the best we can in our given situation. The key here is always emphasizing our Christian faith, in word and deed. It is too easy to become absorbed with power and bloodlust when we set aside Jesus to attend to business. Thus spiritual preparation and maintenance are the top priority. All other priorities fall under this. The danger here is a cult of personality leading the way. We need a Moses, not a self-seeker like Rick Warren, as example. We know the saying about power corrupting and have seen it played out, time and time again. It takes principled, Christian people whose hope is not in this life, but the next. My question is, do we know such people that we can associate with? Many are great at talking. My experience shows that few are willing to follow through. This is when actual strength of faith is tested. One must seek God and His council honestly for direction. God Bless you, Sir.

          • Robert Jaspers

            Paul was an Apostle, and preached with the full authority of Jesus given to him in person. He also knew when to run when he was out-numbered.

          • conq

            Philips God Created Angels and he ordered his angels to fight the dark forces of hell, so it is ok for us to be angels of God on this earth an fight, the dark forces this our right and the right thing to do, if fighting dark forces in self defence is not the right ting to do than God would not have created angels to fight.

          • Valentin

            He didn’t exactly chastise him either. What he said was “Those who live by the sword die by the sword” which was true and in someways means that if you throw a punch at someone whether right or wrong it can be expected that they will fight back.

          • Andy Bendzin

            And also continue reading Eph 6:14-18
            Even so it says in 13 take up every piece of war equipment God provides (CJB) it reads on in 14 as such:
            “Therefore stand! Have the belt of TRUTH buckled around your waist, put on RIGHTEOUSNESS for a breastplate, and wear on your feet THE READINESS THAT COMES FROM THE GOOD NEWS OF shalom (peace) Always carry the shield of trust, with which you will be able to extinguish all the flaming arrows of the Evil One. And take the Helmet of DELIVERANCE, along with the sword that given by the Spirit, that is, THE WORD OF GOD, as you PRAY AT ALL TIMES, with all kinds of prayers and requests IN THE SPIRIT, vigilantly and persistently, for all God’s people.

            When we talk about scriptures, let us be at least honest and not just choose and pick. I capitalized certain parts to point out that the weapons spoken of here are not carnal but spiritual. I am not saying there is not a time when to pick up the sword. And I struggle with this because I know that many pastors during the revolutionary war admonished the troops and some even went with them to the battle field carrying a gun.

          • aliswell

            Agreed, Andy. Ephesians is clearly speaking of the Armor of God in spiritual terms. However, I too struggle with fighting back. The Word admonishes us to “flee whenever possible” (Matt. 10:23), but there has come for others and will come for us a time when there is no place to flee to.

            Furthermore, we know from human history that fleeing only encourages one’s enemies. Too often the only path to peace is to hit your persecutors, such as Muslims, and hit them HARD, so that those who don’t adhere to their heresies may be left alone.

          • Andy Bendzin

            I know what you are talking about. And yet I think about those who could be reached for Christ. Right now, our pastor is meeting with a Muslim woman on a regular basis at a restaurant. She’s at the point where she starts to deconstruct what she knows about her own faith. She is asking hard questions. Her fiancee who is also a Muslim isn’t too happy about it. The funny thing, she told a friend of hers who is not a Muslim about our church. Things can happen and do, just as many Muslims leave their faith, often to embrace Jesus albeit in secret. I can see a time when this will be necessary too. But I always look at it as a last ditch effort.

          • aliswell

            Thanks for sharing that last part about your pastor meeting with the Muslim woman. That’s awesome, and may she find God through His Son.

          • William Dean Ziemer

            Stand means be firm! Be firm in what? In what you believe! What do you believe? I believe that Jesus actualy was the son of God, born in the flesh by a virgin girl, lived His life without sin in order to fullfull the righteous requirement of a Holy God, completed all that the prophets said He would, went willingly to the leaders in full knowledge of what was to happen, was tortured, crucified and gave up His life, by the power of a righteous blameless spirit, rose from the dead, was seen by wittnesses, taught and ate food with a risen body of flesh, ascended to where He came from and will come again for those who believe these things. Stand does not mean defend your life. it means defend the truth with your life.

      • totallydomestic

        notice, there is no armour for the backside!

        • James Mace

          Actually, that view is recent from the 17th century William Gurnall and is not accurate. The biblical armour is the Greek “thorax” (Latin “lorica”), which was an entire cuirass protecting the torso both front and back.

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  • Phillip Coffey

    “Put on the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Wherefore, take unto you the whole armor of God, that ye may be able to stand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand. Stand therefore, having your loins girt about with truth, and having on the breastplate of righteousness; and your feet shod with the preparation of the gospel of peace, Above all, taking the shield of faith, wherewith ye shall be able to quench all the fiery darts of the wicked, and take the helmet of salvation, and the sword of the spirit, which is the word of God: praying always with all prayer and supplication in the spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints.” Ephesians 6:11-18 You, who are Christians soldiers, remember these words, for they will be the armor of God to protect you as you battle the wickedness TODAY!

  • James Lee

    Christians in Pakistan, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt should also arm themselves against fanatic jihadists.

  • MB

    I’d appreciate it if you could find me the original citations of Augustine and Chrysostom. By the way, I’m not too sure I agree with you. Jesus said that those who live by the sword shall die by the sword.

    • Chris McKenna

      Do not think that I came to send peace upon earth: I came not to send peace, but the sword. Matthew 10:34

      • disqus_hSKhBztZwZ

        Perhaps the most widely misunderstood verse in the Bible. The sword was a metaphor for the division that would follow. As for real swords, He said that those who live by the sword will die by the sword. Also, He never had an army.

        • MB

          Exactly. The sword represents division of families (just read Matt. 10:35-36). I wasn’t going to bother responding to him because, just as you mentioned, it is “perhaps the most widely misunderstood verse in the Bible.” And, sadly, 14 people agreed with him. What can you do?

        • Moa

          Revisionist rubbish. The following quote shows “sword” means exactly as it reads:

          He said to them, “But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a
          bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one.”

          —Luke 22:36, NIV

          Jesus was telling his disciples they could be armed against evil men. Are you calling Jesus a liar or obfuscator now? It is Allah who is “The Greatest of Deceivers” (as mentioned numerous times in the Qur’an), not Jesus!

          • disqus_hSKhBztZwZ

            A valid point you raise, Luke 22:36 was in the context of provisioning for a journey, which would have been hazardous in those days. I am not revising anything – my concern is that Luke 22:36 and Matthew 10: 34 are used by Islamists to make a false equivalence with Christianity and fundamentalist Islamist violence.

          • Moa

            > “my concern is that Luke 22:36 and Matthew 10: 34 are used by Islamists
            to make a false equivalence with Christianity and fundamentalist
            Islamist ”

            A fair enough point. However, simply point out the “false equivalence”. Don’t ever accept that Judeo-Christian society cannot used armed force to defend itself against 1400 years of jihad, and continuing daily.

            Learn about Islam. Sura 9:5 and 9:29 command Muslims to subjugate all other nations on the planet. hadith Sahih Muslim 6985 commands genocide against Jews everywhere on the planet to bring about the End of the World. These are their true beliefs. Anything else is them practicing “taquyya” or “kitman” – lying to advance Islam. Yes, lying is not only permitted in Islam, it is commanded for believers. Islam has values that are opposite every Christian value you can think of. They are not equivalent in any way. Similarly, Allah is not equivalent to YHWH in any way – in fact they are opposites (YHWH cannot lie, while Allah is stated to be “The Greatest of Deceivers”). Understand now that Islam is “The religion of the Beast”, and the opponent of Judeo-Christian and secular Enlightenment culture.

            Once you understand the true nature of Islam you are not worried by false “moral equivalence” arguments. You also understand the need for society to be armed against the threat. Although jihad takes many forms – and it is the “stealth jihad” that is most dangerous – changing culture to give special treatment to Muslims (thereby elevating them, and making everyone else “dhimmis” with fewer rights), and the incremental imposition of Sharia – starting with the banning of criticism of Islam (by calling such truth telling “offensive”).

          • disqus_hSKhBztZwZ

            I have been following the activities of Islamists in Europe, Africa, Asia, and here at home, so I am aware of what you speak. I am especially concerned about the level of influence they have and are achieving here, thanks to the current administration, and also a number of clueless Republicans as well, who are too concerned with being PC and fear the “Islamophobe” label.

          • New Count Dracula

            I want to join an angry Orthodox Christian Malitia group because I could use some allies in helping me take revenge on some radical “New Age Mystic Pagans” who told me they were my friends but now they have turned on me because of bogus accusations made against me in association with the murder of a woman who was living next door to me.

    • wwj745

      They are not living by the sword. They would rather be left in peace. But everyone has the right to self defense when people are out to kill you.

    • Moa

      He said to them, “But now if you have a purse, take it, and also a
      bag; and if you don’t have a sword, sell your cloak and buy one.”

      —Luke 22:36, NIV

      Learn your theology. Christians do not have to massacred like lambs (or the Byzantines, or Libyans, or Copts, or Greeks). The Crusades were considered holy. Defending yourself is holy – no right minded person disputes this. Of course, you’ve been subjected to so much Cultural Marxism over your whole life you think that defending your physical being is the Monopoly of the State. It is not. Not for Free Men at least. Do no evil, but don’t sacrifice yourself to evil men either. Fight for what is right.

    • Valentin

      Just because someone dies by the sword doesn’t mean that they automatically go to hell.

  • Raiddan

    I’m all for this as long as they show they are there to help people and follow these rules:

    The Christian Rules of Engagement: 1) Try to live in peace with your neighbor and be kind to him.
    By doing so you heap up coals upon his head by your kindness and many gifts. 2)
    But I say, do not resist an evil person! If someone slaps you on the right cheek,
    offer the other cheek also. This is say let them law take place and exonerate
    you in the process. First cheek is to forgive them, second cheek is to let the
    law do justice.3) Once you crossed into the third where the law has failed you
    then you are entitled to defend yourself. Once they try to harm or kill you
    then it is game on. You can use deadly force to drive them back. You must catch
    them in the act and not after. Doing anything after the fact is forbidden and
    only leads to more violence. When God has caused you to prevail against them
    when they attack they will have a new respect for you. Never ever attack after
    the fact because God has said vengeance is mine says the Lord. Never cheer over
    your enemies least God become angry at you but rather give him thanks and glory
    and say to them you prevailed over” I would have lived in peace but you
    forced my hand. I will destroy you if you do so again so let me live in peace.”

    • William Dean Ziemer

      Are we making up our own rules now? Do we add to the scriptures what ever seems good to our human nature? I can think of a bunch of things I´ll change to make my daily life more pleasurable if that´s what we´re doing now!

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  • crusader2010

    Where do I join, IN HOC SIGNO VINCES!

    • Moa

      Interesting that Russians have been wearing the Labarum on their camo caps. In Hoc Signo Vinces indeed !

      • TexasPGRRider

        Now THAT`S a Headline ! ! ! Can you Please share where you found that info, Moa? Peace be With you

  • KillAtWill

    Where do I sign up ?

  • Leah

    I will stand with them in prayer!

    • shirleyanne12

      Amein… I am standing in prayer, too.

    • shaunthebrummie

      i would never trust a jew to help a christian…they are the killers of christ..the deniers of my eyes they are in the same camp as the muslims….

      • John J Phillips

        Do you not know that it was you and me that killed Jesus Christ? It was our sins He died for. Our Job towards the Jews is to prevoke them to be jealous of our relationship with God so that they will repent and be saved.

      • doree10

        The Jewish people did not kill Jesus. He said “no man can take my life” he gave it because remissions of sins required a perfect blood sacrifice. Life is in the blood. First blood shed for man’s sin was in the garden of Eden when God took an animal to make clothing for Adam and Eve to cover their shame-brought on by their sin. Just as Christ did for us on the Cross. Scripture says Jesus could have called legions of Angels to save him, but he paid the price for you and me. If it hadn’t been the Jews, whose eyes were blind to who he was at the time, it would have been others. It was part of God’s divine plan of salvation. And indeed it was the Roman solders who nailed him to that tree, but is was our sin that caused him die for us. You put him on that cross because he would have done it, if only for you. Blessings dear friend…

        • shaunthebrummie

          the jews demanded his death…pilate didn’t…he saw he was innocent of what he was accused of..he even offered the murderer barabas instead….but the jews demanded jesus die and barabas live…..

          • Moa

            So now you want to condemn the Jews alive today for what their ancestors did 2000 years ago?

            Should *you* be punished for what your ancestors did? or your offspring? or your siblings?

            You are being ridiculous and very hypocritical. You simply want to hate Jews, and this is your excuse – that’s a deep evil in you talking.

            If God made Jews his Chosen People you think that you get to override that decision? do any of us get to cast the first stone against them?

            ps. I’m a rationalist atheist – I have no skin in the game – but I’ve been to Israel and all the surrounding countries as a tourist. It is as normal a country as you could get under the circumstances. But I do recognize the hatred and evil in your words – so I’m calling you for parroting the words of evil men, because you *want* to hate Jews. Shame on you!

          • John J Phillips

            Shaun have you ever met Jesus? I ask because if we don’t have a ‘personal’ relationship with Jesus then we have no valuable relationship with Him at all. In Mathew Jesus explains that there are multitudes who call Him Lord but He dose not know them. It might not seem important but one day it will be.
            God bless

          • William Dean Ziemer

            Religious leaders demanded His death; people who knew the scriptures but didn´t know God or Jesus whom He sent; people,,, maybe not unlike yourself.

      • MB

        The apostles were Jews. Jesus’ mother was a Jew. I am a Jew (who believes in Jesus Christ), and I find your remark very unChristlike. Shame on you.

      • Robert Jaspers

        Shaun, that is so wrong on so many levels I don’t even know where to start. The Bible says we who help Israelis will be honored.

      • William Dean Ziemer

        A trully ignorant statement sir or madam! The ¨Christian¨Church was started by a Jew (Jesus of Nazareth) with His followers (Jews) and was alomost entirely Jewish until God showed Peter (a Jew) that He was calling non Jews to repentance and faith in Him as well.

  • totallydomestic

    The Holy Bible says that we should provide for our families and those that don’t are worse than
    an infidel. Not only does that mean financially, but it also means we should provide PROTECTION for our loved ones. By those militias taking a stand to protect their
    cities they are giving God something to bless. btw Jesus was no wuss!

    I seem to remember a forgotten hymn: Onward Christian soldiers marching as to war,
    with the cross of Jesus going on before. Evil must be confronted!!!!!!

    Turning a blind eye to Islamization is like the game 1 2 3 red light. When the church closes their eyes to evil, the evil one has the green light to do as he pleases. When the Church opens their eyes, confronts evil,
    it will stop in it’s tracks.

    • William Dean Ziemer

      So, you too, like ¨Raidden¨, condone adding to the scriptures, what ever it is that you think it should mean?

  • totallydomestic

    Christian Militia =Mighty Men of Valor
    Just what has been soooo missing!

    • William Dean Ziemer

      ”If My
      kingdom were of this world, My servants would fight, so that I should
      not be delivered to those who wish to kill me; but now My kingdom is not from here.”

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  • Chris Punches

    Ignorance fighting ignorance. Maybe they’ll cancel each other out.

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  • Facts101

    Although, this is based on those countries now you know how many of us are hardcore and are almost the same.Liberals (communist) are not worth protecting because the majority of them are atheist.

    • Moa

      Atheists are not your enemy. Nor are Hindus, Buddhists, Taoists, or shamans. None of them want political dominion over you in a mafia-like system. Islam does. Islam is your enemy. Don’t look to create enemies – we must unite to confront the evil that is Islamic totalitarianism.

      ps. I’m a secular atheist. I have no problems with Christians (after formerly being one, until I spotted all the contradictions that riddle the Bible that no rational man can ignore). However, I do stand with Christians 100% in resisting and defeating the clear evil of Islam. Why can you not stand with atheists for this common purpose? we’re not your enemy, Islam is!

      • Facts101

        I never said Atheists are my enemy but I don’t like working with them. I do understand Islamist are as well as the Social Progressives [modern day communist “liberals”] are as well. And will be used as Sheep Shields against the Regime Forces.[badge enforcers]

  • James McConnell

    Jesus did say, ‘No greater Love than to lay down your life for those you love” The violent have no respect for Christians who stand idly by and watch their women being raped.

    • Moa

      This is the lesson Israel learned, but appears to be forgetting.

    • William Dean Ziemer

      There is nothing in the words of Jesus, which you have quoted here, that sugest that He was saying, ¨No greater love than to kill those who attack you and your family¨. As for whether or not ¨the violent¨ have any respect for me, it´s a non issue; I only hope to gain the respect of Him who called me out of darkness and by His mercy and blood, brought me into His marvelous light.

      • James McConnell

        I doubt you can gain His respect by misquoting His WORDS: Misquote me all you want, I didn’t say anything about me and my family! I was merely referring to an incident that occurred when Hells Angels raped christian women and the men stood idly by and did nothing.

        • William Dean Ziemer

          Hey James, I was not intending to get in to a war of words but I neither misquoted you or The Holy Scriptures; I said ¨There is nothing in the words of Jesus, which you have quoted here, that suggest that He was saying, ¨No greater love…¨ I´m not saying He said that or that you said it. Still you quoted something Jesus said and used it in a reference that would suggest He was saying ¨Go to war¨, which, of course, He was not.


          I was reading in numbers last night, doing a follow up on a book I am writing and something stood out that I never noticed before; when the Israelis joined with the Medianites in sex and Idol worship, a man named Phinehas killed a man Israelite named Zimri and his Medianite woman with a javelin. for this, God said to Moses, ¨tell him I am making my covenant of peace with him…He and his descendants will have a covenant of a lasting priesthood¨… (¨a covenant of peace¨) with a man who had just killed another man and his medianite whore. God said the reason was because, ¨Since he was as zealous for my honor among them as I am,¨. Soon after, this ¨Phineahas¨ went to battle against the same people who had tempted them away from God. He went into battle carrying the ¨Holy Articles and the trumpets for signaling.

          knowing this and appreciating God´s sovereign will and right as God to kill people and honor those have have done so in His name and for his honor, does not change my mind about the priesthood that Christ has called us to.

          Neither does it change the fact that, if someone I knew was being mistreated and harmed, I may just get physical with the perpetrators.

          Acting human is inevitable;

          Being Christlike is the goal and the teaching.

          Teaching otherwise, is not Christlike.

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  • Sam1427

    To the doubters, look up the life of Charles Martel, the grandfather of Charlemagne. If not for Martel and the battle of Tours-Poitiers (732 A.D.), Europe would be Islamic. Then check out Jan Sobieski and his battle against the Ottomans at Vienna (1683) in which the Muslim tide into Europe was turned back again. After crushing the Ottomans, Sobieski said “Veni, vidi, Deus vicit.” (I came, I saw, God conquered.) Sometimes you have to physically fight evil.

    • Moa

      Exactly. At the fall of Constantinople the last Roman/Byzantine Emperor was praying. He should have been fighting and commanding the defenses!

      Without strong warriors the West would long ago have fallen to the Dark Ages (which Islam induced when it destroyed the knowledge of the ancients when it conquered and eradicated the Christian East).

      Think about Revelations. There are good armies and good nations fighting evil. It is only Cultural Marxism that makes people believe that there are no Just Wars, and no Just Warriors! People are in “The Matrix” of Cultural Marxism where the invisible bars are for your mind. Stop listening to what our enemies are telling us we can or cannot think.

      Learn from history people – and thank you Sam1427 for your excellent historical examples.

      • Sam1427

        You’re welcome.

      • disqus_hSKhBztZwZ

        Sadly, the points and historical references made by Sam and you are lost on today’s Europeans. Their fight has all been expunged by a generation of liberal governance and academe, so Islamists don’t need armies today, besides which they have the demographics on their side. They are slowly getting what they want. What will probably happen is the average citizen and groups like the EDL will take to the streets if those governments don’t wake up.

      • Higlac

        Moa: the last Byzantine Emperor Constantine Palaeologus WAS fighting at the fall of his capital city of Constantinople!!! He even plunged into the thickest of the fighting and died fighting!!!

    • Valentin

      Don’t forget about the Teutonic knights who drove the Muslims out of the entire eastern half of Europe along with Vlad the impaler All while the protestants were waging war against the Catholics in fact if you look at a map during the 30 years war where Poland would normally be it says “Turks”.

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  • John P

    Watch it. Some of your fans are Mormon.

  • H2o2Bill

    Gal 4:24 -31 Now all this is an allegory; these [two women] represent two
    covenants. One covenant originated from Mount Sinai [where the Law was given]
    and bears [children destined] for slavery; this is Hagar. Now Hagar is (stands
    for) Mount Sinai in Arabia and she corresponds to {and} belongs in the same
    category with the present Jerusalem, for she is in bondage together with her
    children. But the Jerusalem above (the Messianic kingdom of Christ) is free, and
    she is our mother. For it is written in the Scriptures, Rejoice, O barren woman,
    who has not given birth to children; break forth into a joyful shout, you who
    are not feeling birth pangs, for the desolate woman has many more children than
    she who has a husband. But we, brethren, are children [not by physical descent,
    as was Ishmael, but] like Isaac, born in virtue of promise. Yet [just] as at
    that time the child [of ordinary birth] born according to the flesh despised
    {and} persecuted him [who was born remarkably] according to [the promise and the
    working of] the [Holy] Spirit, so it is now also. But what does the Scripture
    say? Cast out {and} send away the slave woman and her son, for never shall the
    son of the slave woman be heir {and} share the inheritance with the son of the
    free woman. So, brethren, we [who are born again] are not children of a slave
    woman [the natural], but of the free [the supernatural]. IN [this] freedom
    Christ has made us free [and completely liberated us]; stand fast then, and do
    not be hampered {and} held ensnared {and} submit again to a yoke of slavery
    [which you have once put off]. Gal 5:1 ((AMP))

  • Robert Jaspers

    May God bless them for having the courage to fight to protect their families, and for what they believe in.

  • William Dean Ziemer

    ”If My kingdom were of this world, My servants would fight, so that I should
    not be delivered to those who wish to kill me; but now My kingdom is not from here.”

    The strength that Jesus was teaching us in that moment, was not the might of the fist the grit and weapon; it was a demonstration in His faith, His un doubting conviction, His personal knowledge based on His relationship with His father,,,, that His life would not be taken; that His ¨real life¨ is in the presence of God eternally! and that is where my life is also hidden. Where is yours?

  • William Dean Ziemer

    What comes to mind here, is a scripture verse in Chronicles that, to some degree, is
    frequently taken out of context but needs to be adhered to in its basic truth by all true believers

    My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray
    and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from
    heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.¨

    He doesn´t say, just any country (the USA or others) or any people but, ¨my people, who are called by my name¨.

    The people who are called by His name, are the people who have accepted His promised Messiah and no one else. Paul addressed this more than once. ¨He is not a Jew who is one outwardly…¨.

    The same is true with ¨Christians¨; He is not a Christian who says ¨Lord Lord…¨.

    But those who are truly called by the name of Jesus Christ, should humble themselves (ourselves) and pray…

    Christians under attack is not a new thing and it is only going to get worse (from the perspective of the flesh).

    believers, we (you and I) should be attacking the gates of hell on
    behalf of those who are suffering. And if you are a true believer, you
    know what the result of that attack will be; it´s already
    done. We should get off of our lazy western world asses, shut off the
    tube, put down the clicker (even if He calls you on Super Sunday just as
    your team kicks off …if you can even hear His voice…. and pour out
    our guts for hours before Him, if He moves us, pleading with Him and interceding for our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ who are tortured and put to death for His name sake.

    I must do it! I must determine and be determined and fight; beating my breast, pulling my hair, crying out loud…! it takes a determined heart and mind but it must be done…
    by you, by me!

  • H2o2Bill

    I have no problem with people defending themselves the Bible certainly teaches such things Luke (22:36) It certainly looks to me that is what the people in these videos are doing. It seems the writer of this article wants us to believe it’s a new crusade. Our sword is the Bible now.

    (“As St. Paul wrote, those who are of Arabia, that is, of the Islamic
    heresy that originated in Arabia, persecute those who are of God, or of
    the Spirit, and who are citizens of Jerusalem. And what solution does
    the Apostle prescribe for such a problem? They are to be driven out:” (Theodore Shoebat))

    The apostle Paul is not teaching us that anyone is to be physically driven out of anywhere.

    It seems Theodore missed a key verse before the ones he used in his article.Gal 4:24 This is allegorically speaking, for these women are two covenants: one proceeding from Mount Sinai bearing children who are to be slaves; she is Hagar. (NASB)
    Gal 4:24 which things are symbolic. For these are the two covenants: the one from Mount Sinai which gives birth to bondage, which is Hagar— (NKJV)

    It’s hard for me to understand how more of you posting here missed this? Walid himself teaches when people quote text or try to teach the Bible we are to go to the text ourselves to see if it lines up and in this case it does not.

    Just who are the Christian leaders that are teaching empty & weak doctrines? Again as explained in other places Christ is the one we are to follow and not men. I for one would gladly listen to many others than Theodore who has taken verses out of context here to fit his article.

    I find it hard to understand why this is being permitted here? This is a very clear case of Scripture being taken way out of context. Theodore is not even in the ballpark nor is he even in the same city the ballpark is located. The text itself calls the passage allegory or symbolic depending on the translation.

    I will close by quoting a larger section of the text. The apostle here is giving us meat from the Old Testament teaching using allegory to teach us we are not under the bondage of the Law (Old) but we are under grace (New) and the two are not to be mixed together.

    ((Galatians 4:21-31) Tell me, you who desire to be under the law, do you not hear the law? For it is written that Abraham had two sons: the one by a bondwoman, the other by a freewoman. But he who was of the bondwoman was born according to the flesh, and he of the freewoman through promise, which things are symbolic. For these are the two covenants: the one from Mount Sinai which gives birth to bondage, which is Hagar—for this Hagar is Mount Sinai in Arabia, and corresponds to Jerusalem which now is, and is in bondage with her children—but the Jerusalem above is free, which is the mother of us all. For it is written: “REJOICE, O BARREN, YOU WHO DO NOT BEAR! BREAK FORTH AND SHOUT, YOU WHO ARE NOT IN LABOR! FOR THE DESOLATE HAS MANY MORE CHILDREN THAN SHE WHO HAS A HUSBAND.” Now we, brethren, as Isaac was, are children of promise. But, as he who was born according to the flesh then persecuted him who was born according to the Spirit, even so it is now. Nevertheless what does the Scripture say? “CAST OUT THE BONDWOMAN AND HER SON, FOR THE SON OF THE BONDWOMAN SHALL NOT BE HEIR WITH THE SON OF THE FREEWOMAN.” So then, brethren, we are not children of the bondwoman but of the free. Stand fast therefore in the liberty by which Christ has made us free, and do not be entangled again with a yoke of bondage. (Gal 5:1) ((NKJV) and again capital letters indicate a quote from the Old Testament)

  • H2o2Bill

    Ever here of Raoul Wallenberg? He also laid down his life or gave up his life for the sake of others. It’s not always as the author of this article would have you think. Please prove your case from the New Testament. And what is wrong with a Campus Crusade anyways? A crusade to win souls, to spread the gospel, and to set the captives free. Just read the entire passage from the book of Galatians instead of a partial quote.

  • Jeffrey Missal

    And people wonder why an ever-growing number of people believe organized religion to be a horrible manifestation of the human mind.

  • justin237545

    quoteing the bible and saying it ok to kill people in name name of god is just plain wrong.

  • justin237545

    and saying is ok to destroy other religons like the cathars in name of god is just plain wrong.

  • justin237545

    me being christian hates the fact that people would say these kind of things is just beyond me sooner or later i may just deside to leave the christian faith because of it i am very close to this.

  • Conservative Witch

    I’m very glad that Christians are taking up arms to defend against the barbarians.

    I’m disappointed that the author segued — unnecessarily — into sectarian squabbling by vilifying Glenn Beck, or, more broadly, Mormonism. Only a fool fights in a burning house.

  • Mileaway

    Onward Christian Soldiers!

    • H2o2Bill

      “Onward, Christian soldiers, marching as to war”

      “marching as to war”

      “as to war”

      (2Co 10:4-6) For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty in God for pulling down strongholds, casting down arguments and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ, and being ready to punish all disobedience when your obedience is fulfilled.

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