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originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: SkepticOverlord
As a Christian, you'd be nuts if you said you wanted the End Times to come. Although I wouldn't blame you at all for waxing poetic about the Kingdom to come afterward.
originally posted by: kosmicjack
a reply to: ketsuko
I read this earlier today - pretty damn stark.
TBH, I don't understand how it's come to this point. I don't understand how they have a magazine and twitter accounts and slickly produced videos. If Anon can hack them, surely the NSA/CIA/FBI and their international counterparts should be able to disrupt them?
They are a death cult and should be given no quarter.
All in all, the NWO trend will have solid footing on which to forge ahead.
Really, the only thing to argue over is if this holy war was allowed to fester and become a huge problem for the sake of the inevitable and desired outcome?
originally posted by: SkepticOverlord
Agreed about the apocalyptic desires of ISIS. However, modern Christianity is also looking forward to the end times. In fact, one of the primary speculations surround G.W. Bush is that his foreign policy was inspired by a desire to see the Revelations prophecies come true.
Rezlooper: The difference between ISIS apocalyptic desires is they are actually working towards its achievement while the Christian desire comes from a belief that God will do this at his own bidding. You won't see Christian armies running around beheading Muslims, raping and kidnapping their women and children, and committing acts of aggression to instigate the war to end all wars in an attempt to bring about the apocalypse.