October 06, 2015

Swedish church takes down crosses to help Muslim migrants feel welcome

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

A Swedish bishop has ordered crosses removed from a Stockholm church to avoid offending Muslim migrants.

They're even marking the direction to Mecca!

Like German chancellor Angela Merkel, this bishop hates her own culture and history so much she wants to hand it over to invaders without a fight.

This Swedish bishop is also a lesbian.

Doesn't she know what Muslim fundamentalists do to women like her?

The bigger question is: Isn't anybody prepared to defend the West any more?

 

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commented 2016-03-17 22:30:10 -0400
‘Unconditional love’ at work…sad, isn’t it?
commented 2016-03-16 19:47:45 -0400
This women is an IDIOT
commented 2015-10-15 01:39:20 -0400
Stupid People. How they throw away that freedom, that brave Men, and Women in Military Uniforms Faught, Bled, and gave their Lives to Obtain. Shame, shame, shame on this Liberal Feminist, for dishonoring the bravery of all of the Allied Military Forces who battled so very hard to gain freedom for her Nation. Most importantly! Tripple shame on her for not taking a stand for our Blessed Lord, and Saviour Jesus Christ, and His Gospel.
commented 2015-10-13 01:39:05 -0400
I still say that this Swedish bishop is a distraction from the real issues of Danish “cultural” practices in Canada — which are barbaric. For one thing, Swedish cook their ground beef well.
commented 2015-10-09 08:46:50 -0400
Sally. To suggest Bill is as bad as those he rails against is a reach don’t you think? He didn’t “wish her harm”, he merely suggested she’s ignorant and should go investigate. And yes, she’d not likely last long. That’s not “wishing harm”, it’s simply a statement of fact!! In fact, I’d suggest you’re bordering on political INcorrectness of the type that gives the bad-buys a pass. And to call him “homophobic”? And the condescending “be a good boy”? I think I smell me a Lefty Feminist Redneck!! Oh, and I hate to tell you this, but not every single gay person is “born that way”. SOME, do it by choice. In fact, if you read the book; The End of Men, the Rise of Women, the author encourages women to “choose being gay”. Now, you’re not going to rail against a fellow Lefty/Feminist Redneck are you???
commented 2015-10-09 02:48:49 -0400
Sorry, Glenn Craig. The chart didn’t hold together after I saved it, so I’m sure it’s very confusing, but I hope you can read enough of it to get my point.

And, Sally Young, I’m sorry you may not like what Bill Collins says. And I agree with you that wishing harm to anyone is not compatible with Christianity, but neither is homosexual activity of any kind. In fact, according to scripture, God had one plan and one plan only for human sexuality; That’s for one man and one woman to come together in marriage and stay together for life. That isn’t the same as condemning someone for having same sex attraction, but the Bible is very clear that acting on those inclinations is sin. So, for a Bishop to be a lesbian activist is incompatible with being a Christian, let alone being a member of the Clergy. And showing the way to Mecca is definitely anti-Christian. It’s an oxymoron, like a square circle… it’s logically incoherent. That’s what it says in the Bible, and the Bible is what Christians take as the divinely revealed truth of God. You may not like it, and I may not like it, but that’s what it says. Our only option is to either believe or disbelieve it. And I’m not talking about Old Testament Levitical Law either. I’m talking abut the New Testament: Romans 1:26–27, 1 Corinthians 6:9–10, 1 Timothy 1:9–10 and Jude 1:7. Reject that and you reject Christian doctrine. I’m not saying you have to believe it. I’m not saying it’s the truth (though I believe it’s the truth, and make no apologies for it) but it says what it says. Take it or leave it.
commented 2015-10-09 01:57:02 -0400
One of my best friend’s wife was born in Sweden, and after earning a degree in physiotherapy in England moved to Canada in the late 1960s… I clearly remember one of my first conversations with her after she learned I was from the Baltic States… Her frank assessment on where Sweden was going, already back then was:- “They’re all going nuts over there you know?”… How right she was…
commented 2015-10-09 00:01:37 -0400
@bill COLLINS commented
“This person is not fit to lead any church because she is ignoring the fact that since she is a self-professed lesbian, by succumbing to a movement which will kill her for her personal choices, she is choosing death over harmony. This is just another example of the incremental creep that is part of the extremist islamists agenda. She should leave her little sanctuary of Sweden and go to Syria or Saudi Arabia or Afghanistan or Pakistan or Iran with her girlfriend and see how long she lasts. My bet is hours, and not days.”

Careful, Bill, your homophobia is showing. You’re really no better than the Islamic radical exremists you rail against in your wish for harm, violence and death for this woman. Oh, and “self-professed” lesbian? This will get your panties twisted I’m sure, but one is born that way, they don’t wake up one morning and decide they are. I know, it’s a hard concept for the ignorant to grasp. Now be a good boy, run along, and try not to perpetuate the global issue of violence against women any further.
commented 2015-10-08 23:37:02 -0400
She should’ve been handing out Bibles and their Charter and brief on their culture (don’t beat the wife, don’t kill gays, don’t rape women, women can wear what they want, women can drive, etc etc)
commented 2015-10-08 22:03:07 -0400
Unbelievable. She has three strikes against her their eyes – female, Christian, and a lesbian. Does she really think removing the crosses will be sufficient? Such a stupid woman.
commented 2015-10-08 21:18:12 -0400
Glenn Craig, you are wrong! Of all ancient manuscripts, there are more copies of New Testament documents written within 100 years of the actual events than any other. In fact the numbers aren’t even close: AUTHOR-DATE Of ORIGINAL-EALIEST COPY- TIME LAPSE ORIGINAL/COPY-NUMBER Of COPIES-ACCURACY

Lucretius- 55 or 53 B.C.- ?- 1,100 yrs- 2- ——
Pliny - A.D. 61-113- A.D. 850- 750 yrs- 7- ——
Plato- 427-347 B.C. - A.D. 900- 1,200 yrs- 7- ——
Demosthenes- 4th Cent. B.C.- A.D. 1100 800 yrs- 8- ——
Herodotus- 480-425 B.C.- A.D. 900- 1,300 yrs- 8- ——
Suetonius- A.D. 75-160- A.D. 950- 800 yrs- 8- ——
Thucydides- 460-400 B.C. - A.D. 900- 1,300 yrs- 8- ——
Euripides- 480-406 B.C. - A.D. 1100- 1,300 yrs- 9- ——
Aristophanes- 450-385 B.C. - A.D. 900- 1,200 yrs.- 10- ——
Caesar- 100-44 B.C.- A.D. 900- 1,000 yrs.- 10- ——
Livy- 59 BC-AD 17- ?
- ???- 20- ——
Tacitus- circa A.D. 100- A.D. 1100- 1,000 yrs- 20- ——
Aristotle- 384-322 B.C.- A.D. 1100- 1,400 yrs.- 49- ——
Sophocles- 496-406 B.C. - A.D. 1000- 1,400 yrs- 193- ——
Homer (Iliad)- 900 B.C.- 400 B.C. - 500 yrs- 643- 95%
New Testament-
1st Cent. A.D.- 2nd Cent. A.D.- less than 100 years- 5600- 99.5%

I hope this chart is readable once I save it. This format isn’t conducive to creating charts. In any case, there are more than 5,600 documents which are either original documents, copies of the original documents written less than 100 years after the actual events. The next closest is Homer’s Iliad. The first know copy was written 500 years after the original and there’s 643 known copies surviving today. The accuracy of the documents is determined by comparing copies to one another and all the known copies of New Testament documents from that time are 99.5% accurate.
commented 2015-10-08 20:21:06 -0400
Jay, clearly has a case of Daneophobia.
commented 2015-10-08 20:13:56 -0400
This Bishop should climb the Steeple and do a Moony. All the Muslim Sailors wood flock there, especially if you take into consideration their sexual preferences.
commented 2015-10-08 19:02:20 -0400
Anyone figure out what’s Jay’s deal is yet? Dude is riding on the rails of the crazy train.
commented 2015-10-08 18:07:30 -0400
This is sickening. White, university educated, liberal guilt giving their country away to anyone who shows up. This is treasonous! Alas, when the Islamists come for her and she asks; “Why.” They can answer honestly; “Because you invited us to.”
commented 2015-10-08 17:41:32 -0400
Maurice and Rae….there is a ZEN lesson that goes like this….when Bhodidarma brought buddhism to China from India….the only scribes who were qualified to translate the Sutras were not buddhist…they were deciples of Kung-fu-tse (Confucious)…and the translations had a contaminated “spin”….the ZEN schools of northern China decided to publish “quing long” commentaries in an effort to clarify….the southern schools were using the tainted translations as kindling and toilet paper.

In an interview wherein the holder of mastery of the linage was selecting who would succeed him….and this was always in the ZEN tradition….selection of the one who could not be fooled…..he asked the candidate that was destined to be chosen…

“The translation of these Sutras contains the words of the Buddha….mingled with the words of the Devil…how is one to know which is which?”

“By assuming that they are all the words of the Devil”

“How then is one to know the truth?”

“There is no need to reveal the truth…the truth stands before us naked and unadorned at all times….there are no hidden truths…some choose willingly to hide from the truth…..”

THE TRUTH IS WHAT REMAINS WHEN ALL VOICES ARE SILENT

It is an ironic thing….of all the Christian scripture that is held in the collection from which authorized translations of the BIBLE’s cannon are derived…there is only one fragment that has been claerly identified as from the period around 70AD…

It is about the size of a potato chip…and it contains the words….AND PILATE ASKED HIMWHAT IS TRUTH
commented 2015-10-08 17:06:17 -0400
Liza, first of all I do not “hate” Danes. I just think we need to be vigilant and prepared to act.
In terms of what they eat, if a person wants to eat raw hamburger he or she can go right ahead. But I draw the line when they make their children eat it, or feed it to neighbours under the guise of friendship. There are also reports of several places where they have served it in restaurants. But are these clearly marked “Danish Restaurants”? No! They are more likely to have a sign outside that says “Canadian Cooking”.
commented 2015-10-08 16:24:14 -0400
I must have missed it. You hate Danes because they eat raw hamburger?
commented 2015-10-08 15:28:49 -0400
Liza, you may call it ‘tolerance’ but I call it irresponsible.
commented 2015-10-08 13:57:29 -0400
I knew there had to be a picture definition of gormless, and there it is.
commented 2015-10-08 12:44:18 -0400
What on earth is Jay Kelly going on about? Is that garry in disguise with improved typing skills, or what?
commented 2015-10-08 05:11:56 -0400
This blind woman will regret her decision! Islam is not her friend! Pray for this bishop who has lost her way! Woman are almost hated in Islam! Christianity shows love for one another! This bishop is so misguided!
commented 2015-10-08 03:45:53 -0400
Are we agreed that this “Svenska Christian Bishop” doesn’t have have ‘both oars in the water’?… I wonder if she is from Malmo?…
commented 2015-10-08 01:17:01 -0400
should have read “a real threat to the lives of Canadians.”
commented 2015-10-08 01:15:32 -0400
I think we could let the Swedish issue sidetrack us from the real issue of Danish activities in Canada. There are 200,000 people in Canada today who claim Danish background. That is a lot of threats to our way of life by any standard. And we should make no mistake, this raw beef thing is a real treat to the lives of Canadians.
commented 2015-10-07 18:36:06 -0400
She should order beheadings for herself and her congregation to help Muslims feel welcome..

The West has truly lost, we have left wingers already submitting .. truly, truly sad !
commented 2015-10-07 14:22:22 -0400
Father Winslow — you made an interesting comment: “This action by this female “bishop” is just one more step away from True Christianity!” With all respect, sir, how do you define “True Christianity”? (I’m seriously curious.)