By Theodore Shoebat
Recently, a Coptic Christian cab driver named Aziz was driving down the road when a Muslim noticed that he had a cross hanging from his rear view mirror. This vexed the demonically possessed souls of the heretics, and within moments the devils surrounded his car like the reprobates of Sodom, pulled him out, cut his head off and then stomped and spat on his body. Here is the video:
Why did they kill him? Because Aziz believed in the Nicene Creed, and he was killed by unitarian heretics.
There are certain words that Islam was founded to destroy, and not only this, but to kill those who believe in these certain words, and that is the Nicene Creed, the one that declares Christ as:
the only-begotten Son of God, begotten of the Father before all worlds; God of God, Light of Light, very God of very God; begotten, not made, being of one substance with the Father, by whom all things were made.
It is these words which spearheads the entire foundation of the Muslim heretics, without which Islam can no longer exist. It is the sublime Faith of Christianity that provoked the wiles and violent strivings of Muhammad.
It is because of the hatred for the Nicene Creed, that this sheikh says that to say “Merry Christmas” is worse than murdering somebody:
It is the Nicene Creed which ignites Muslims to act like this:
It is because of Islam’s hatred for the Nicene Creed that the Christians in this video are being oppressed and persecuted:
As the serpent has enmity for Christ and the woman who bore Him, so the Muslims harbour the greatest animosity toward the belief that Christ is God, and that is why they bombed the Christian village of Bab Touma in Syria, as can be seen in this video:
The Nicene Creed was declared in order to combat the Arian heresy, which denied the divinity of Christ and was in fact the sand upon which Muhammad built his house of heretical manure.
Muslims hate the Nicene Creed, and the Council of Nicaea which defined it, because they have nothing but unquenchable enmity for the belief that Jesus is God. With this hatred, Muslim scholars fabricate the history of the Nicene Council. Muslim scholar Zia Shah, writes:
If we include the discussion about nature of Jesus also, it took 650 years after Jesus Christ was put on the cross, for the doctrine of Trinity to arrive in what is its current form.
This is of course false. The belief that Christ is God was held from the time of Christ Himself. Within the first century, St. Ignatius of Antioch described Christ as “God incarnate: true life in death; both of Mary and of God; first passible, then impassible; even Jesus Christ our Lord.” *Ignatius, Epistle to the Ephesians, 7, trans. Wake*
Muslim scholars believe that Islam is the true teachings of Jesus, that the original Christians were unitarians, and that the Nicene Creed were the Trinitarians taking over the original believers, they actually go so far as to say that the Arians were the Muslims who existed before Muhammad; and to an extent, they are quite correct.
Zia Shah describes Arius, the founder of Arianism, as a saint:
But in all fairness Arius aught to have been declared a saint rather than a heretic!
Syed Ameer Ali, a Muslim scholar, exalts the Arian heresy as a revolution against the Church:
The rise of Arianism is due principally to the revolt of the human intellect from the irrational teachings of the Church. *Syed Ameer Ali The Spirit of Islam: A History of the Evolution and Ideals of Islam*
If you hate the Nicene Creed, you are a heretic, and are following a doctrine of devils. If you reject that Christ is divine, not only are you in error, but you are antichrist. And they are many antichrists out there, lurking about trying to sift the saints like wheat, so that they may have their eyes taken away, led astray to fall into a ditch, and recklessly dig themselves into the eternal abyss.
The Mormon church rejects the Nicene Creed, and this is why the Mormons arose to violence, because they, like the Muslims, wanted everyone to conform to their antichrist heresy. It is for this hatred of the Holy Trinity that Joseph Smith paralleled himself to his predecessor Muhammad.
I will be to this generation a second Mohammed, whose motto in treating for peace was ‘the Alcoran or the Sword.’ So shall it eventually be with us— ‘Joseph Smith or the Sword.’
In the official Latter Day Saints website, I found a myriad of pages against the Nicene Creed and the Council of Nicaea. Mormon writer (or more plainly, deceiver) Jeffery R. Holland, who is a member of that fabricated, cultish, and feigned concoction of a council called “the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles,” writes that the Nicene Creed:
is truly incomprehensible. With such a confusing definition of God being imposed upon the church, little wonder that a fourth-century monk cried out, “Woe is me! They have taken my God away from me, … and I know not whom to adore or to address.
Former president of the LDS, Gordon B. Hinckley, who Glenn Beck (like the women of Hitler) was sobbing over, believed that the original Christians did not believe in the Trinity, that the Nicene Creed took over the faith of the ‘true believers,’ and that the true doctrine of God was not restored until Joseph Smith:
Following the Savior’s death, the Church He had established drifted into apostasy. … Realizing the importance of knowing the true nature of God, men had struggled to find a way to define Him. Learned clerics argued with one another. When Constantine became a Christian in the fourth century, he called together a great convocation of learned men with the hope that they could reach a conclusion of understanding concerning the true nature of Deity. All they reached was a compromise of various points of view. The result was the Nicene Creed of A.D. 325. This and subsequent creeds have become the declaration of doctrine concerning the nature of Deity for most of Christianity ever since. I have read them all a number of times. I cannot understand them. I think others cannot understand them. I am sure that the Lord also knew that many would not understand them. And so in 1820, in that incomparable vision, the Father and the Son appeared to the boy Joseph.
The Jehovah’s Witnesses as well reject the Nicene Creed, since on their official website it says: “Jesus never claimed to be on the same level as Almighty God.”
All heretics go against the Nicene Creed, and that is because, all heretics follow Antichrist and desire the blood of the saints.