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12.15.2005    |    Unholy man
Don't you just love it when a man who uses God to support his rhetoric shows us who he really is? We've got the president of Iran, adding to the anti-Semitic rhetoric with a public Holocaust denial. It would be easy enough to dismiss this moke as just another raghead moron. But he's the president of a major nation.

How to explain this? Easy. He is a Muslim. That is all you need to know. Islam has always viewed the Jews as their public enemy number one. Right from the beginning, when that peaceful dude Mohammed beheaded hundreds of Arabian Jews for the crime of not submitting to his brand new religion of peace.

In today's Iran, there may well be many thousands willing to live and let live. But they've not shown the gumption to rid themselves of the mad mullahs who have controlled them since 1979. The current denial of reality by the evil toad who holds the title of "president" of Iran's theocracy is merely part and parcel of the anti-Jewish, anti-Christian, anti-God nature of Islam as practiced in Iran.

Should you think that my assessment is overly hostile to Islam, hard cheese. Actions speak louder than words, and there's yet to be an Arab nation that's made peace with Israel before losing at least three wars. And only then because we bribed them (think Egypt and Jordan). Anti-Semitic propaganda, much if not mostly state-sponsored, is the standard in places like Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, which we used to think was simply due to their being Arabs. Call it the bigotry of lowered expectations. Iran, with its proud culture and history, is different. Or so we thought. We were wrong. The common element? They're Muslims.

Courtesy of the Washington Post, here's a mere sampling of the, to be really, really charitable, lack of sympathy in the Muslim world for condemning anti-Semitism of this sort. One may also get the picture by simply going to MEMRI and reading the translations that emanate from the cesspool of hatred that is the Muslim Middle East.

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Welcome. My name is John Luke Rich, (very) struggling Christian. The focus here is Christianity in its many varieties, its fussing and feuding, how it impacts our lives and our society, with detours to consider it with other faiths (or lack thereof).

Call this blog my way of evangelizing on the internet.

Putting it differently, we're only here on this earth a short time. It's the rest of eternity that we should be most concerned about. Call it the care and feeding of our souls.

I was born Jewish, and born again in Christ Jesus over thirty years ago. First as a Roman Catholic; now a Calvinist by persuasion and a Baptist by denomination. But I'm hardly a poster boy for doctrinal rigidity.

I believe that Scripture is the rock on which all Christian churches must stand -- or sink if they are not so grounded. I believe that we are saved by faith, but hardly in a vacuum. That faith is a gift from God, through no agency on our part -- although we sometimes turn a deaf ear and choose to ignore God's knocking on the door.

To be Christian is to evangelize. Those who think it not their part to evangelize perhaps haven't truly understood what our Lord told us in Matthew 28. We must preach the Gospel as best we are able. Using words if necessary.

Though my faith waxes and wanes, it never seems to go away. Sometimes I wish it would, to give me some peace of mind. But then, Jesus never said that walking with Him was going to be easy...

Final note: I also blog as Jack Rich on cultural, political and other things over at Wrong Side of the Tracks

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