Yeah, you read that right. Christians are now apologizing to Muslims. This is a disgusting and unbelievable act of prostration to Islam. What the hell is the Church thinking? Where are the Crusaders of old who remember Martel and Vienna and who refused to see Europe become another Muslim conquest?
Disgusting, just disgusting.
Seven bishops and other Episcopal leaders joined with a number of influential Christian leaders in signing a letter asking Muslims to forgive Christians. The letter with signatures recently appeared as a full-page advertisement in The New York Times.
â€œMuslims and Christians have not always shaken hands in friendship; their relations have sometimes been tense, even characterized by outright hostility,â€ the authors said. â€œSince Jesus Christ says, â€˜First take the log out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to take the speck out of your neighborâ€™s eyeâ€™ (Matthew 7:5), we want to begin by acknowledging that in the past (e.g. in the Crusades) and in the present (e.g. in excesses of the ‘war on terrorâ€™) many Christians have been guilty of sinning against our Muslim neighbors. Before we â€˜shake your handâ€™ in responding to your letter, we ask forgiveness of the All Merciful One and of the Muslim community around the world.â€
And whereâ€™s the letter of forgiveness from Muslims for the atrocities they committed in history against Christians â€“and are still going on today? How can Christian leaders commend Muslim leaders and apologize for the failings of the church in the past without taking any account of what Islam has done and is doing to Christian minorities in their countries today. Why has the Church chosen to ignore their plight and even to apologize to the Muslims?
The Episcopal leaders should take a refresher course on the religion they claim to represent.
To quote Rev. Canon Dr. Patrick Sookhdeo, International Director of the Barnabas Fund a Christian Relief Agency that focuses on persecuted Christian minorities in the Muslim World and elsewhere, â€œPrince Charles and various Anglican bishops as well as political leaders are united in affirming this. However a closer analysis of both traditions will show this is not the case. For example, Islamic tradition is based on the community (ummah), or the nation [of Islam]. The Christian approach is based on the worth of the individual, freedom of thought, expression, conscience and freedom to change. In Islam such freedoms do not exist. So human rights and religious liberty in the Islamic mind are not given the same weight and importance as in the Christian tradition.â€
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