The religion of “peace” just sent out another “peaceful” message of carnage and bloodshed outside of a Coptic Christian church in Alexandria, Egypt shortly after midnight on New Year’s Day. As news emerged from that sorrowful situation, the media reported 21 people killed and at least 80 more injured.
“Happy New Year!” If you are like me, you are tired of hearing these words by now. Do not misunderstand me; I am not against being happy in the New Year. In fact, I believe every breath and each new day is a gift from God and a reason to be happy –not just the New Year. What makes a year a happy one is based on who we plan to serve in the New Year—God or ourselves.
Around this time of year, the war against all symbols of Christmas begins to heat up in schools, small towns, and big cities. This so-called "war" on Christmas is only symbolic of a far greater and more intensified war that is waged against the Christian faith in general and Christians in particular.
Christians around the world are watching the painful interaction within the Anglican communion between those who are committed to biblical truth (over 90 percent of Anglicans worldwide), and those who prefer to abandon the truth altogether (a tiny minority).