Category Archives: Bible & War

Christianity and Islam have something in common. The warrior God.

Here is another rejection of the idea that Christianity is all about Jesus. It ain’t. It’s cursed by Judaism. To understand why a very dark contradiction of behaviour has been manifested by the great and good in the history of

The Bible teacher versus The Teacher

Here we have another fine example of the curse of the Old Testament upon the living Christ. A Baptist minister uses unreliable ideas about God’s nature found in the Old Testament as if it were a canon written in stone.

The Christian Right

There is nothing right at all about the concept of a theocracy, a Christian Nation, least of all one that declares war, thinking that the head of Christianity, Jesus Christ, is its supreme commander. The American copycat ideology of British

The Dilemma of a Bipolar Church

Fox News Article Christmas 2010 This article in FoxNews by Col. Oliver North typifies the confusion in the minds of the military concerning their relationship with God. He opens his article with a verse that contains the phrase, ‘thanks be

Completely destroy them

Completely destroy them Religionofpeace.com website tries to reconcile the violence in the Old Testament with the Gospel of Jesus Christ by arguing that the violence was for a particular period in Israel’s history and is not for now or for

Unbelievers need war; it gives meaning

4th October Unbelievers need war; it gives meaning I am well aware of some of the ways in which social engineering is used by the media to condition people to believe in a shared identity, a collectivized humanity under one

These are the heroes

17th Sept 2010 Private Bradley Manning decided to blow the whistle on one heinous crime (probably among thousands) committed by US Apache Helicopter Crews roaming the skies in Iraq to ‘blow away’ terrorists. The recorded conversations between command centre and

OT rhetoric in Christendom

17th September 2010 An article written by Robert Koehler on AntiWar.com’s website also touches on the very real problem concerning the extremely worrying rhetoric of US military leaders claiming to be Christian Warriors. The language they use is not dissimilar