Was the Oslo Gunman a Christian? In His Own Words…

July 25, 2011 at 11:09 AM 1 comment

Apparently – though the unbelievers of the world will never give it any credence – the madman who killed over 90 people a few days ago was neither religious or because of that, a Christian.

From his very own manifesto, he states that “he is not religious, has doubts about God’s existence, does not pray, but  does assert the primacy of Europe’s ‘Christian culture’ as well as his own pagan  Nordic culture.” [1]  I have not seen these comments on MSNBC or CNN, or any of the lefthead news bureaus simply because they have likely not done any investigative reporting at all.  Beyond this, the gunman’s own words go against the party line of these particular liberal bureaus.

The following comments are also telling, again from the man’s own manifesto.  “I trust that the future leadership of a European cultural conservative hegemony  in Europe will ensure that the current Church leadership are replaced and the  systems somewhat reformed,” he writes. “We must have a Church leadership who  supports a future Crusade with the intention of liberating the Balkans, Anatolia  and creating three Christian states in the Middle East. Efforts should be made  to facilitate the de-construction of the Protestant Church whose members should  convert back to Catholicism. The Protestant Church had an important role once,  but its original goals have been accomplished and have contributed to reform the  Catholic Church as well. Europe should have a united Church lead [sic] by a just  and non-suicidal pope who is willing to fight for the security of his subjects,  especially in regards to Islamic atrocities.

Breivik instead hails Charles Darwin, whose evolutionary theories stand in  contrast to the claims of the Bible, and affirms: ‘As for the Church and  science, it is essential that science takes an undisputed precedence over  biblical teachings. Europe has always been the cradle of science, and it must  always continue to be that way. Regarding my personal relationship with God, I  guess I’m not an excessively religious man. I am first and foremost a man of  logic. However, I am a supporter of a monocultural Christian Europe’.” [2]

Breivik was completely mixed up, trying to bridge the gap between religion and Darwin (an impossible thing to do).  It was his own brand of logic that prompted his diabolical actions.

Here is the reality regarding MSNBC, CNN, and the others.  If this had been a radical Islamist perpetrating these heinous crimes, they would have been extremely careful about how they reported it.  Had they later determined that it was not a Muslim extremist who killed these people in Norway, they would have retracted what they first published as quickly as possible to disarm the potential anger and rioting of Muslims everywhere.

Of course, this is not the case, nor will be the case here with respect to the fact that this individual – by his own admission – is not an authentic Christian.  The way people today use the word “Christian,” is similar to the way they describe their gender.  Because they may have attended church at one time, or know someone who did, they believe themselves to be Christians.  They see some of the tenets of Christianity and because they may believe in them, they also see themselves siding with Christianity.  Because they side with Christianity, they believe themselves to in fact, be Christian.  They completely miss the point of John chapter three.

This particular murderous individual – again by his own admission – could not be a Christian.  His problem is with how he views the Islamization of Europe.  Europe itself is essentially godless.  People attend church because it is what their parents did, and their parents before them.  It is a ritual, like going shopping for groceries.  It is nothing more than a perfunctory job that must be done because it is so engrained.

I won’t hold my breath for MSNBC or CNN or other news bureaus to make it clear about this individual’s background.  I found it hilarious that though MSNBC could not find any information on him being part of clubs – especially right-wing groups – they still managed to say that he “owned guns.”

The world’s leaders want everyone to know that guns are bad.  If they can brainwash people into believing that guns are the root of all evil, they can then successfully outlaw them.  Once that happens, these same world leaders will be able to literally dictate to the entire world how to think, how to talk, how to act, and essentially, what to be.

There have been so many movies related to this theme, it is pitiful, yet the world at large, seems to think that what is presented as Sci-Fi cannot ever become reality.  Think again, because it is here…

[1] http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=325765

[2] Ibid

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The Oslo, Norway Massacre and the Wheat and the Tares Was Judas Iscariot an Authentic Christian? Neither is Anders Behring Breivik

1 Comment

  • 1. Ex-Catholic & Saved By Grace  |  July 26, 2011 at 5:37 PM

    Good article.


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