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It is interesting to consider the fact that in a country like China where atheism is rampant and encouraged, even there, people cannot be stopped from looking to Christ for salvation. Persecution can certainly take its physical toll, but history has proven time and time again, that Christianity cannot be stomped out.
Christians and those who hold to a religious ideology (with the possible exception of Islam) will be seen as anathema. They will be seen as the problem that keeps the state from becoming even greater. As such, the options will be limited. Change or die. Those who worship the one, true God in Jesus, will in no way separate themselves from their loyalty and allegiance to Him. Thus, their end is assured.
Of course, after reading this article, it’s possible you won’t want to know what other gems are in the US code. The PL87-297 Arms Control and Disarmament Act State Department Publication No.7277 explains what the leaders of the United States (the puppet regime) are doing to ultimately destroy the safety of America and those who live here. By now, it really should be no secret, but those on the left still manage to malign the facts and ridicule those of us who accept these facts as facts.
It is clear that the left is working hard to control the conversation in society about homosexuality and other issues. They want to make sure that anyone who believes that homosexuality is wrong should be silenced. Folks, this is not how the 1st Amendment works, but that doesn’t bother the left because political correctness is now working to overrule the 1st Amendment.
When one takes the time to really understand what Mandela was all about, it becomes clear that he was the polar opposite of MLK. While most world leaders have taken time out to “honor” Mandela, some are sticking to their own understanding that Mandela should not be honored, except possibly as a terrorist by other terrorists.
Let me start by saying that the book is not tremendously in-depth. Redwood doesn’t spend a good deal of time breaking everything down so that the reader gets bored before he reaches the conclusion. No, Redwood is more concerned about concise, useful explanations that allow people to understand that piece of the puzzle, then that other piece of the puzzle, and then the next. Soon, the entire puzzle is starting to take shape. Rather than focusing solely on one or two pieces of the puzzle, Redwood uses the various pieces to help build the completed picture.