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Replacement Theology Influences the Religious Elite as Well as Governments

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 25, 2021 at 16:41

One need merely review the years of the back and forth between the adherents of Islam and just about everyone else to get the sense that pursuits of Islam by the fully convinced followers of their Quran are hard core in those pursuits and the fully committed such as now reconquering Afghanistan will be replaying the discrimination against Christianity and other non-Muslim beliefs as is found in fundamental Islamic regimes worldwide. Unless one is subliminally thinking that being British is immune to such endeavors, the BBC is merely a front for such attitudes and the apostate Anglicanism has been replaced (ahh, replacement theology of the ages) by newfound attitudes that give atheism a run for the chase of religion versus secularism.
If there are question, ask what the Prince of Wales thinks (another premise of Dr. Pipes). Who then is the head of the Church of England if Islam is the basic belief of the Crown of England?

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