US Baptist defend American Muslims right to Sharia law

Southern Baptist leader Richard Land rebuked Herman Cain from Antioch Baptist Church.

Richard Land defends the Muslims right to follow Sharia Laws in the US.

Last week, Cain told reporters that the plan to build the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro in Rutherford County, Tenn., is “an infringement and an abuse of our freedom of religion.”

He sided with community members who have protested the center saying the center is “another way to gradually sneak Sharia law into our laws.”

Cain, an associate pastor at Antioch Baptist Church North and a GOP presidential hopeful, argued last week that the ICM is not an “innocent mosque” and warned of the threat of Sharia (Islamic law) to American laws.

Southern Baptist leader Richard Land defends the Muslims right in America.

“Like Christians, Muslims have the right to have places of worship near where they live”, Land said.

Additionally, Muslims and Christians have the shared right to abide by the rules of their faith as long as that faith is not imposed on the government, he argued.

Muslim women in America have a right to choose to be veiled and abide by Sharia in their marriages. Land said that he would fight to the death to protect Christians’ right to abide by biblical precepts in their marriages.

Source: Christian Post

My comment:

There is no religious freedom in Islamic “Lighthouses” like Saudia Arabia and  Iran. So how can Islam contribute to religious freedom in America?

Since the Muslims have 22 nations from North Africa towards Pakistan where they cripple and murder people of other faiths, why should such religious fascism be tolerated in America?

That a Southern Baptist defend Muslims rights to live by Sharia Laws in the US, is a sign of the apostate state of affairs within this denomination.

Let me remind you that Rick Warren belongs to this denomination. Warren now speaks about the “good sides of Islam”, and desires to build interfaith projects with Mecca.

The freedom of religion was not meant to collide with other laws. Like freedom of expression, and human rights. Islam does neither pass the test of being pro democratic, not does it support basic human rights.

The Muslim ideology based on the Koran does not pass the test of being a religion either. It is an Arabian set of rules permitting violence and hate to force people to live in submission. Just like Nazism.

There are more than 140 verses in the Koran, that encourage the reader to cripple and kill people who do not want to submit to “allah” and an Arab named Muhammad.

Banish Islam from Europe and America. Expel this cancer from our societies. We have built free and fair communities based on laws inspired by the Judeo-Christian faith and traditions. If we continue to embrace the Christian faith of love, places like Rutherford County and Washington will not become lawless communities.

  Psalm 11:5
The LORD examines the righteous, but the wicked, those who love violence, he hates with a passion.

Islam has been practiced for more than 1000 years in places like Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and Libya. Forget about Muslims killing Christians and Jews. Just switch on your TV, and you will see the endless bloodbath, where Muslims are crippling and killing other Muslims in the name of “allah”.

Written by Ivar

7 thoughts on “US Baptist defend American Muslims right to Sharia law

  1. If more people except Jesus as saviour and lord and follow his teachings then society will be more Godly, You will have more Godly people in government, education, business,medical,etc. Laws will favor Godliness and Christ behaviors. All of society benefits. This is the job of the church. The church has failed at this commission given
    by Christ, The Church is more concerned about making the world a better place by legislating moral law than the preaching and teaching of the gospel that has the power to save and change a life to holiness
    and Godliness. Just think if 80% of the world were Christ loving. Imagine what that would be like. I realize this is living in a eutopia but consider if half the world was Christ loving. You see if you want a better world more people have to come to Jesus. Christians devote a large percentage of their extra time in trying to make their world better by getting involved politically. This is a great deception from satan, for if you are more busy about political causes rather than the spiritual need of people who are lost satan wins more to himself and we get a more satan guided society. Unfortunately in america I’m afraid we may be to far gone for that to happen and we are facing judgement. May God have mercy on his people here. In america our constitution allows for the freedom of religion to any and all of its citizens. We may say we are christian, but thats only if christianity prevails. If Islam begins to prevail
    and I believe it will because their birth rate is 8 to 1 compared to american christians then america will be an Islamic nation. They will out vote us on everything. Because it is a constitutional right to worship whatever religion one wants then the threat of any other religion becomming predominant in a country will be present. If we attempt
    to stop any one from worshiping whoever or whatever in america then we violate the constitution which gives them the right too. If we try to stop them then they will attempt to stop us when they are stronger in numbers.

  2. “Key to World Peace: Religious Freedom” – Richard Land

    >>> <<<

    Land is a globalist, a friend of Rome, and a traitor to the gospel of Jesus Christ

    Richard Land's words:

    In his letter to the Turo Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island, George Washington promised “to establish effective barriers against the horrors of spiritual tyranny and every species of religious persecution.” He argued for an attitude that respected the inherent and equal right of everyone to worship God as they think best or to not worship God at all. The government, wrote Washington, would give “to bigotry no sanction, to persecution no assistance.”

    Over two hundred years later, President George W. Bush elaborated on Washington’s promise: “Religious freedom is the first freedom of the human soul. The right to speak the words that God places in our mouths. We must stand for that freedom in our country. We must speak for that freedom to the world.”

    Religious liberty has played an integral part in American history. Religious freedom, freedom of conscience, is an integral part, a foundational part, of why this nation exists.

    But does religion matter in international affairs? Just about everywhere we look in the world today there is a religious dimension to conflict. The old concepts of security based on sovereign nations competing for armaments and strategic superiority are being replaced by high-tech weaponry and ethnic and religious strife—which often are synonymous with one another.

    It is important for future leaders to take religion seriously—to understand its yearnings, use its potential, and counter its danger. Diplomats and politicians and policymakers who are not equipped to do that will fall short in promoting U.S. policy goals in the twenty-first century. We need people who can factor religion and religious concerns into domestic politics and international relations just as they do economic and security concerns.

    The promotion of religious freedom is linked to the promotion of other fundamental human civil rights, including the growth of democracy. Governments that protect religious freedom for all their citizens are more likely to be governments that protect other human rights. Encouraging stable, healthy democracies is a vital national interest of the United States. The spread of democracy makes for good neighbors, for economic prosperity, for increased trade, and for a decrease in conflict. Countries with governments that protect everyone’s right to practice their faith are not active breeding grounds for terrorists.

    The 2007 annual report of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom paints a bleak picture of our world with eleven countries—Burma, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea), Eritrea, Iran, Pakistan, China, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam—noted as “countries of particular concern.” It is believed these governments have “engaged in or tolerated systematic and egregious violations of the universal right to freedom of religion or belief.”

    The Commission also identified eight countries— Iraq, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Cuba, Egypt, Indonesia, and Nigeria—as requiring close monitoring, given that the governments of these nations have engaged in or tolerated attempts to regulate thought, conscience, and religion or belief.

    As the 2007 annual report states, religious freedom has a central place not only in the “area of advancing human rights but also in promoting accountability, conflict resolution, and reconciliation within societies.”

    When we prioritize trade and security concerns over human rights and religious freedom we travel a dangerous road. The better way is to seek to link these concerns in a way consistent with our own interests and the long-term betterment of the lives of those in countries where violations of freedom of thought, conscience, and religion are common.

    By placing attention on the state of religious freedom in individual nations, we greatly enhance prospects for long-term peace and security in the world.

  3. Richard Land is a believer in “peace and security.” I guess he hasn’t read 1 Thessalonians 5:3.

    “By placing attention on the state of religious freedom in individual nations, we greatly enhance prospects for long-term peace and security in the world” – Richard Land

    Ask the Muslim world if they desire “long-term peace and security” with the state of Israel and see what you get.

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