Thursday, July 7, 2011


I was musing about the term Biblical Christian and how to shorten it, if it was necessary to do so. I found out that BibliChristian has a nice ring to it. It's unfortunate that Biblical needs to become an adjective to modify 'Christian,' because this is technically extraneous. A Christian should by definition believe the Word of God--the Bible, and act accordingly. However, many Christians are not very Biblical. There are many who deny important doctrines, that nonetheless don't deny them salvation, so they are saved, but dangerous for future generations, because they open the door of compromise farther with each step, until suddenly there's apostasy.
There are of course also 'christians' (little 'c'), whose church doctrines are heresies that, if believed, would jeopardize someone's salvation, whereas there may of course be some people within such churches that nonetheless believe the Truth, and thus are saved...though their number are probably few.

What's a Biblical Christian? Well, one who believes the Bible, of course! Basically it's anyone who accepts the Divine Inerrancy of the original autographs of Scripture, and the practically-nearly-essentially-perfect inerrancy of the manuscripts that have survived to the present day. Taking this position inevitably leads to a particular view of scripture that many people have today, though a minority of people on earth, unfortunately. By following the grammatical-historical approach to interpreting Scripture, you ought to arrive at a belief that can be summed up by the Statements of Faith on the sites Got Questions and Answers in Genesis. Both are .org addresses.

I fully adhere to both statements of faith in every detail. Won't you go check them out?

That's all I had for this post. :) So I might refer to myself and "true Christians" as "Biblichristians" from now on, as it suits me. Go ahead and do so, too. But only if the word accurately describes you. Otherwise you can stick to using that little c. ;)


Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Arabic Words Every Non-Muslim Should Know

Since I am limited to what I know, I won't claim this to be complete, but only include the words that I have come to be familiar with, in the hopes of educating others to be aware of the deception.

Qur'an: The holy book of Islam. It completely consists of a collection of notes that people copied down of whatever Muhammad said when he claimed to be having a 'revelation.' It was completed after his death, by people who were close to him and heard his every word. However, the Qur'an is not everything Muhammad said, but simply what he claimed to be hearing from Gabriel, as a 'revelation from Allah.'

Sira: Biographical Material. Nearly everything else muhammad did that wasn't included in the Qur'an and Hadith.

HadithSayings of Muhammad. (The Talmud of the Qur'an). Except that it has divine force to it, whereas the Talmud is not claimed to be divinely inspired, as far as I know, but to be interpretations of the Jewish Bible. The Hadith, on the other hand, is the same in the plural and singular, and refers to extensive collections of brief to medium-length narrated passages of what people reported that Mohammed had told them when they asked him a question. The Hadith contain all the really incriminating evil stuff about Sharia Law, end-times prophecies, subjugation and persecution of nonbelievers--particularly Jews, and sexism. The most complete collection is by Al-Bukhari, although there are some significant portions that another compiler had that were absent in Bukhari, whose name slips my mind at present.

Sunna: A word that refers to both the Sira and Hadith.

Tafsir: Commentary on the Qur'an. Typically, the earlier they are, the more authoritative they should be considered, because of the proximity of the writers in time and space to Mohammed and his teachings.

Shirk: polytheism. "Associating partners with God." The 'greatest sin' in Islam. Muslims see Christianity as polytheism, because they adamantly believe that what Christianity says is that there are 3 Gods. They vehemently deny the Trinity. They see christians as polytheists and pagans. Also, believing that God could indwell a human body grates at their ears, as it does for Judes, and they say "a man cannot be god."

Islam: submission. It does not mean peace. There are thorough analyses of this word out there. Find them if you're skeptical. For one, if Salaam Alaikum means 'peace be upon you,' and 'Islam' means 'peace,' wouldn't they say 'Islam alaikum?' They don't. Because Islam doesn't mean peace. The point? Not  a big deal from the 'submission to god' aspect, technically, except that muslims knowingly lie to people when they say that 'Islam means peace.'

On that note....

Muslim Invasion Strategy, Part 1

I've seen numerous examples by other bloggers and more prominent leaders in the Internet-aided effort to educate people to the dangers of Islamization and awaken them to action. Often, some will have great insights that others don't include.

I decided to work from a few sources (which I will try to relocate and give credit to later) and include a couple ideas I haven't run across elsewhere, in the most complete Blueprint for Islamic Jihad I've yet seen. One could even call it Mohammed's Handbook for Islamic Conquest: How to Infiltrate, Intimidate, Devastate and Subjugate the Nations of the Khuffar. Khuffar being a slur intended for unbelievers that basically carries the same visceral hatred, racism, religious bigotry, sexism, culturism, etc that the words 'cunt,' 'nigger,' 'faggot,' 'redneck,' and 'pervert' carry...combined. Except that anyone who is not a muslim is this thing. If anyone of the above words offend you, be offended by the word Khuffar, or at least realize that it's supposed to be offensive, even if we don't realize it, nationally. Maybe I'll do a post about the word some other time.

There are 6 stages to the systematic breakdown of Islamic Conquest that I've developed: Infiltration, Consolidation, Sectional Control, Metastasis, Civil War, and Totalitarianism. I haven't developed the other 5 quite as fully as I have 'infiltration,' since America is only currently at that stage, while Europe is in some places at stage 2 or 3. So I'll post this in installments. Part 1 is below printed, and satirically presented as a handy guide to successful Islamic Jihad by the average practicing muslim.

A description of the first stage of Islamic Conquest: Infiltration, is posted after the jump.