On the Christian anti-patriot movement & the Fluidity of Religious Belief

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posted on Jul, 14 2013 @ 08:07 AM
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So far, nothing you have posted supports the title of the thread.

No? The article linked in the OP is where I got the title, and I tweaked it a little to add in the fluidity of religious belief part - the point of the OP is that:

1) There are Christian groups who are working for peace, rather than celebrating the Revolutionary War.

2) As people get older their views can, and do, change regarding religion.

I also was not the person who wrote the "Millions want WW3" article. It's just one I found. If you think it's insignificant that John Hagee, whose church is HUGE, is calling on POLITICIANS to encourage a strike against Iran, well, that's on you. I think it's shameful.

You can pretend the New Apostolic Reformation folks aren't dangerous if you want....I won't. They are the 'counter-part' to extreme Islam.

You don't believe that? Whatever. I don't believe in the second coming. So, there we are.




posted on Jul, 15 2013 @ 09:19 PM
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Did you look at the links I provided showing that many political leaders also call for a strike against Iran? Considering the behavior of that nation, it's a valid consideration. Plus, a strike against a single rogue nation is not the same thing as starting WWIII. That's the problem I have with the claim.

It's been a LOT of years, but I have known people that attended Cornerstone Church, and none of them were going around screaming for WWIII. Actions against a violent country and discussions of End Times prophecies don't constitute cries for a global war. Surely you can see a difference there.





 
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