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We’re not singling out Islam as the sole example of counterfeit religion because we could make similar points about many different religious groups. But militant Islamic fundamentalism is a pretty good case in point because it upholds a belief system that includes a counterfeit gospel, a counterfeit Messiah, a counterfeit set of scriptures – and now, even a counterfeit eschatology. Islamic groups like ISIL believe they are helping to fulfill the prophecies they read in their scriptures. Check out this analysis of Islamic “end of times” prophecies from the Clarion Project. It explains a lot about why these Islamic groups do the atrocious things they do. This provides context that you won’t get from the mainstream media.
Let Israel intercept one Gaza-bound boat that turns out not to be carrying illegal weapons or contraband—and the mainstream media howls like they’ve been hit by a falling piano! But when the blockade stops a boat carrying rocket components, you can hear crickets chirping in the back of the room. Here’s the latest incident, reported by The Jerusalem Post | JPost.com
The news about ISIL (sometimes called IS or ISIS) is so tragic and bleak, the reporting is virtually always dark and negative in nature. But here’s a bright light from the Wilberforce Initiative explaining positive steps that we can take to help counter the genocidal onslaught of ISIL against the Christian communities in that region. Another aspect of the situation is that many of these fleeing people are nominal, cultural “Christians” and need to hear the Good News about how they can experience a personal relationship with Messiah Yeshua. So there is much work to be done and it involves both physical and spiritual redemption. You’ll be asked to provide your name and email address in order to download the full report. But if you end up on a mailing list as a result, you can always unsubscribe later.
Yet another reason why the State of Israel, in spite of its shortcomings (both real and imagined), is still important, even in 2015 (see article below). It’s not merely an antiquated solution to an extinct problem (anti-Semitism). On the contrary, the Jewish State is a beacon of hope and a welcome refuge for Jewish people, no matter where they’re from.