Monday, February 01, 2016

How Many Souls Can A Dead Missionary Save?

Yesterday, our Bernie Sanders priest said the Mass we attended. During his homily, he gave us his canned bit about accepting Muslims and how important it was to show them kindness and mercy. I'm fine with that up to a point, but only so long as there's proportionally lots more talk about what's happening to Christians in the Middle East.
"Bulldozers, heavy equipment, sledgehammers, possibly explosives turned those stone walls into this field of gray-white dust. They destroyed it completely," [Stephen Wood] said from his Colorado offices.

On the other side of the world, in his office in exile, in Erbil, Iraq, Catholic priest Rev. Paul Thabit Habib, 39, stared in disbelief at the before- and after- images.

"Our Christian history in Mosul is being barbarically leveled," he said in Arabic.
Sadly, our priest rarely mentions it. While he's lecturing us about how we need to open our arms unconditionally to Muslims, all the Christians in Iraq are being killed. Further, converting from Islam to anything is punishable by death.

If our side is being wiped out and their side is growing monotonically, what does the future hold?

The future holds a lot more manly men, so I guess that's a plus for the ladies.

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