By Theodore Shoebat
John Rhys-Davies, the actor who played Gimli in the Lord of the Rings, is now fighting against the Islamic persecution of Christians. He spoke on the Adam Corolla show:
We have lost our moral compass completely, and, unless we find it, we’re going to lose our civilization. … There is an extraordinary silence in the West… Basically, Christianity in the Middle East and in Africa is being wiped out—I mean not just ideologically but physically, and people are being enslaved and killed because they are Christians. And your country and my country are doing nothing about it.
Adam Corolla, the host of the show, asked the question:
Why is it so evolved not to judge?… This notion that we’ve evolved into a species that’s incapable of judging other groups and what they are doing, especially when it’s beheading people or setting people on fire or throwing acid in the face of schoolgirls … I like that kind of judging. That’s evolved!
For one, there is nothing progressive not judging. Civilization is dependent on judging. We judge criminals, we judge evil nations, and we judge ourselves in order to better or own spiritual and moral disposition. It is impossible not to judge. When you praise someone, you are judging them; you are making a judgement that says “you are good.” All of the people who sycophantically — and disturbingly — praise the homosexuals, are in fact judging them. The very people who get upset at our judging of sodomites, Muslims, religious cults (like the Duggars), and other pervertedly minded groups, are obsessed with a very unhealthy hatred of righteous judgement. “judge with righteous judgment” (John 7:24), says our Lord. And when we see this wickedness amongst us, we can say with Solomon,
They that forsake the law praise the wicked: but such as keep the law contend with them. (Proverbs 28:4)
We live in a modern age in which people are disturbingly fixated on themselves, and when someone disagrees with their evil actions, they say, “I can do what I want!” Well, no one is stopping them; but at the same time we as well can “do what we want,” and judge them. The wicked desire to control us, and keep us from following the law of God and contending with the evildoers.
As Rhys-Davies continued on to say:
This is a unique age. We don’t want to be judgmental… Every other age that has come before us has believed exactly the opposite. I mean, T.S. Eliot referred to ‘the common pursuit of true judgment.’ Yes. That’s what it’s about. Getting our judgments right.
It’s an age where politicians don’t actually say what they believe… They are afraid of being judged as being partisan. Heaven forbid that we should criticize people who, after all, share a different value system. “But it’s all relevant. It’s all equally relative. We’re all the same. And God and the devil, they’re the same, aren’t they, really? Right and wrong? It’s really just two faces of the same coin”
We live in an era of gnosticism, where God and the devil are viewed as equals. With our dangerous obsession with equality, we consider worship of God as the same as worship of the devil. But what few seem to comprehend is that the devil worshippers lose in the end.