RICK SANTORUM MISUSES JESUS

"The greatest Christian, the Messiah, is Jesus — he never ruled a country, never forced anyone to convert," Santorum said. "Islam, on the other hand, was founded by Muhammed who went on to conquer much of the Middle East and Northern Africa."

He pointed to how Muslim leaders of Spain, centuries ago, gave nonbelievers the option of converting or facing death. He did not mention the Spanish Inquisition, and he excused episodes of Christian violence as "misguidance."
"Santorum calls for war with 'Islamo-fascists'," by Zeke Miller. Yale News. Friday, April 4, 2008.

Look, Santorum is right that Jesus never forced anyone to convert. As for whether or not he ruled a country, that's a spiritual versus mundane issue. He properly rules the world, but the likes of Rick Santorum won't allow that.

Santorum is also right that Mohammed was no Christian. He was a militant. Now though, Santorum praises Jesus in one breath but in the same speech, he calls for war on what he echoes is Islamo-fascism. Well, the similarities of Islam with Fascism are a stretch, but both are militant.

Here's the issue for those who would call themselves Christian. One cannot follow Jesus, who never forced anyone to do anything, and then turn around and kill people. Do you see that? Isn't that just as plain as day? Who could miss it? Who could fall for anyone twisting something that is so clear and plain?

War is anti-Christ, yet Santorum invokes the name of Jesus as he calls for that which is anti-Jesus. What does that say about Rick Santorum's leadership qualities? It says he's not fit to lead. That's clear too isn't it? Yes, it's clear.

He should stop preaching on behalf of Satan don't you think? I think so. Actually, I know so. It's an absolute truth. There's nothing relative in it.

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    Employment: 2008 - present, website developer and writer. 2015 - present, insurance broker. Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration. Volunteerism: 2007 - present, president of the Real Liberal Christian Church and Christian Commons Project.
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