Sunday, February 26, 2006

Is this a religious war after all?

Political leaders, President Bush included, have often stated that the war on terror is not a religious war. That attacks against America, Israel, and the rest of the "western world" are acts of evil men not acts of a religion may be partially correct, while missing the fact that the targets of these attacks are predominately Christian or Jewish societies. In prosecuting the war on terror the United States is not attacking any religion but that does not mean that those of other religions are not attacking the west for religious and spiritually guided reasons.

The following illustrate that Christians and Jews are the targets of warfare around the world and until there is reformation or salvation this is indeed a religious war.

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Pastor Brian Zahnd


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