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Attaching 'Christian' Label to One That Did Not Witness Love of Christ Misleads Against Truth of Christianity

Reader comment on item: [American Muslims for Jerusalem: Radical] Islam's American lobby
in response to reader comment: Issa Nakhleh (1915-2003): A supposed "Christian" - After a long bloody Neo-Nazi career, he published a glorification of Islam, Muhammad

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 31, 2022 at 14:39

One of the great indignites of modern sociological observances of religious affirmations and discriminations is the continued assault on the perceptions of what constitutes a true witness of Whom does a believing disciple have his or her faith based; the true Messiah, Jesus Christ. It is the perrennial question that persists today after centuries of persecuting true believing disciples and allowing insinuations of apostate allegations to corrupt the practices of being disciples of the Messiah. It is the Adversary's work in making those allegations, so as to interfere with the clear proclamation of salvation in the Christ through His sacrifice on the cross.
Fortunately, in truth, the distinction can be made, if one is in earnest seeking such truth. The apparent attempt to discredit the true works of Messiah demonostrates the continued history as to why Christianity continues to unravel the contentions of replacement theology in its many variant forms, like Islamic replacement theology.


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