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2/4/2015 5:53:42 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
A Protestant pastor in Bremen, Germany preached that Christ is the only way to heaven, and now he is the talk of the town. The people are not praising him " Pastor Olaf Latzel is being accused of disparaging other religions, and the prosecuting attorney of Bremen is considering filing charges against him. Pastor Latzel"s sermon was delivered to his congregation on January 18, 2015.
From the Bremem Newspaper Die Welt:
"Bremen senior theologian whitefish Brahms described the sermon Latzels in part as "intellectual arson". It is liable to make violence against foreigners, other faiths or asylum seekers feed. Latzel himself defended his sermon. The criticism was based on shortened and taken out of context quotes, he said on Radio Bremen. It is only against the mixing of Christianity with other religions." [1] *Note that you can choose to translate this website into English.
Latzel is against the preaching of Chrislam. Is it not clear that the only religion that answers others with "violence" is Islam? Much of political correctness stems from pure fear of violent retaliation from Islamic terrorists.
Pastor Latzel said in his sermon that while Muslims who are citizens of Germany do belong to Germany, Islam does not. The prosecutor said that this talk is disrespectful to Muslim brothers and sisters. He also charged Latzel with "pure fundamentalism." Pastor Latzel made it clear that he is against the mixing of Christianity with other religions.
The problem we are now facing stems from the belief that there is no absolute truth. This philosophy that everything is relative, depending upon the person and the circumstances, flies in the face of Christianity, where we understand that absolute Truth comes from and depends upon God and His Holy Word.
The Church worldwide is facing an angry unbelieving world, wanting to force us to accept gay marriage as normal. As followers of Jesus Christ, our measuring stick for truth is His Word. It won"t be long before many of us are incarcerated and our churches closed, because those in authority claim that we are not tolerant of others.
The persecution of the pastor in Germany is actually more extreme, because he has caused a fire storm by proclaiming Christianity as set apart from other religions. The government in Germany does not approve of Christians saying there is only one way to heaven, and that is through the Lord Jesus Christ.
They are obviously pushing for a Universal church, where everyone is included, and no one is told that their beliefs are wrong. I can"t help but notice the irony here " that a Christian pastor"s words being scrutinized and him reprimanded, but we must tread oh so lightly with the Muslims, for fear that we may be blown up!
Pastor Olaf Latzel knows that Allah and the God of the Bible are not the same God. There is much confusion coming out of the RCC and from pastors like Rick Warren and others, claiming that Christians and Muslims worship the same God. One must only look at the Lord Jesus Christ in the Scriptures and compare Him to the one called "Isa" in the Qur"an, to clearly see that Allah and our God are completely different.
Jesus Christ is God incarnate. He is also the Son of God. He was crucified on a Cross and died for the sins of the whole world " that whosoever believes in Him would have eternal life. The Qur"an states that Isa never claimed to be God, and that he was not crucified. The Qur"an goes on to say that "God has no son." Could it be any clearer that Muslims and Christians do NOT worship the same God? I firmly believe that Allah is Satan. One of the names for Allah is "The great deceiver." Satan is the one propagating these lies in order to establish his One World religion.
There is an organization that we are hearing more and more about, called the United Religions Initiative. Pope Francis has close ties to many members and especially to its founder, William E. Swing, a former bishop of the Episcopal Church in San Francisco. When Pope Francis was the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, he invited Mr. Swing to celebrate the United Religions Initiative"s 10th anniversary in Latin America at his Cathedral.
"The UR is a United Nations project.
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2/4/2015 9:47:58 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 2/4/2015 5:53:42 PM, Rant wrote:
A Protestant pastor in Bremen, Germany preached that Christ is the only way to heaven, and now he is the talk of the town. The people are not praising him " Pastor Olaf Latzel is being accused of disparaging other religions, and the prosecuting attorney of Bremen is considering filing charges against him. Pastor Latzel"s sermon was delivered to his congregation on January 18, 2015.
From the Bremem Newspaper Die Welt:
"Bremen senior theologian whitefish Brahms described the sermon Latzels in part as "intellectual arson". It is liable to make violence against foreigners, other faiths or asylum seekers feed. Latzel himself defended his sermon. The criticism was based on shortened and taken out of context quotes, he said on Radio Bremen. It is only against the mixing of Christianity with other religions." [1] *Note that you can choose to translate this website into English.
Latzel is against the preaching of Chrislam. Is it not clear that the only religion that answers others with "violence" is Islam? Much of political correctness stems from pure fear of violent retaliation from Islamic terrorists.
Pastor Latzel said in his sermon that while Muslims who are citizens of Germany do belong to Germany, Islam does not. The prosecutor said that this talk is disrespectful to Muslim brothers and sisters. He also charged Latzel with "pure fundamentalism." Pastor Latzel made it clear that he is against the mixing of Christianity with other religions.
The problem we are now facing stems from the belief that there is no absolute truth. This philosophy that everything is relative, depending upon the person and the circumstances, flies in the face of Christianity, where we understand that absolute Truth comes from and depends upon God and His Holy Word.
The Church worldwide is facing an angry unbelieving world, wanting to force us to accept gay marriage as normal. As followers of Jesus Christ, our measuring stick for truth is His Word. It won"t be long before many of us are incarcerated and our churches closed, because those in authority claim that we are not tolerant of others.
The persecution of the pastor in Germany is actually more extreme, because he has caused a fire storm by proclaiming Christianity as set apart from other religions. The government in Germany does not approve of Christians saying there is only one way to heaven, and that is through the Lord Jesus Christ.
They are obviously pushing for a Universal church, where everyone is included, and no one is told that their beliefs are wrong. I can"t help but notice the irony here " that a Christian pastor"s words being scrutinized and him reprimanded, but we must tread oh so lightly with the Muslims, for fear that we may be blown up!
Pastor Olaf Latzel knows that Allah and the God of the Bible are not the same God. There is much confusion coming out of the RCC and from pastors like Rick Warren and others, claiming that Christians and Muslims worship the same God. One must only look at the Lord Jesus Christ in the Scriptures and compare Him to the one called "Isa" in the Qur"an, to clearly see that Allah and our God are completely different.
Jesus Christ is God incarnate. He is also the Son of God. He was crucified on a Cross and died for the sins of the whole world " that whosoever believes in Him would have eternal life. The Qur"an states that Isa never claimed to be God, and that he was not crucified. The Qur"an goes on to say that "God has no son." Could it be any clearer that Muslims and Christians do NOT worship the same God? I firmly believe that Allah is Satan. One of the names for Allah is "The great deceiver." Satan is the one propagating these lies in order to establish his One World religion.
There is an organization that we are hearing more and more about, called the United Religions Initiative. Pope Francis has close ties to many members and especially to its founder, William E. Swing, a former bishop of the Episcopal Church in San Francisco. When Pope Francis was the Archbishop of Buenos Aires, he invited Mr. Swing to celebrate the United Religions Initiative"s 10th anniversary in Latin America at his Cathedral.
"The UR is a United Nations project.

We saints don't need to listen to the news of this world because we know it's all going to be destroyed anyway. After this world is destroyed, All God's people will wake up in new flesh in Paradise and never be deceived again.