Friday, July 03, 2009

Breaking News! Muslims Don't Need Jesus!

"Arabic Christian Perspective (“ACP”) is an Anaheim-based charitable organization that does something anyone but an evangelical Christian might think extremely foolish: its members and volunteers try to convert Muslims to Christianity by attending their events and gathering near – but not at – their mosques. "

You will see in the complete article and videos HERE that Arab Christians who attended the Arab Fest 2009 in Dearborn, MI. were harassed and assaulted by Islamic body guards as they attempted to ask questions at a question and answer booth. The city of Dearborn has also attempted to restrict all Christians to a "designated area", a violation of the Constitution and the principals of free speech. This violation, however, should please The World Orthodox Church Leaders who in their World Council of Churches membership (including all SCOBA Members) forbid the evangelizing of their "brother Muslims",

“We respect an individual’s choice with regard to his or her faith, and we do not proselytize anyone, nor do we participate in dialogues between Christians and our brother Muslims in order to convince them to accept our faith.”

"Mohammed is a prophet and an apostle and man of God,"
"Those who speak against Islam and Buddhism are not in agreement with God."

“We are deceived and we sin, if we think that the Orthodox faith came down from Heaven and that all [other] creeds are unworthy. Three hundred million people have chosen Islam in order to reach their god, and other hundreds of millions of Protestants, Catholics and Buddhists. The goal of every religion is to improve mankind.”

“Because we have seen and experienced goodness, truth and holiness among followers of other paths and ways than that of Jesus Christ…, we find ourselves recognizing a need to move beyond a theology which confines salvation to the explicit personal commitment to Jesus Christ.”

Of course it is of no concern for the World Orthodox Leaders that this also violates a greater law of Scripture and the direct words of Jesus:

“All Authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth, go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

"I am the way the truth and the life and no man comes to the Father except he come through me."

If you are a faithful Orthodox parishioner or cleric and don't agree with the unscriptural, uncanonical and unorthodox dogmas of the World Orthodox Leaders, consider which Bishop you will commemorate this Sunday in the Liturgy. Is your Bishop actively involved in this kind of heresy? Is he passively involved through being in communion with a jurisdiction (See SCOBA Members) that adheres to heresy? Is your priest aware of these things and doing nothing about it? Then ask yourself what your responsibility is. According to the Scripture and the Canons of the Fathers of Orthodox Church you are required either to depose such heretics or remove yourself from them. If you do not, then you become one of them. The option to stay and hope it gets better is NEVER an option. Find a Bishop and diocese who IS NOT in communion with the World Council of Churches and who refuse to compromise the Scripture or the Canons of the Church. The World Orthodox Churches have either left the faith or are well on their way to becoming a part of the Great Apostasy Of This Age.

The genuine Orthodox Church today is smaller in number than you think.

“Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life and only a few find it.”

Here is a basic criteria for determining if an Orthodox Church is fully Orthodox in Dogma and Canon:
Julian (old) Calendar +
Holy Tradition +
The Seven Ecumenical Councils +
The Holy Scriptures +
The Holy Fathers =
Holy Orthodoxy.

Truth is Absolute. Will you be one of the few who find it?


  1. do you have a link to the original WCC article/statement?

  2. Dear Brother,

    I have just read your most recent post on Islam and how it has attacked Christians even in America, and I am pleased to see that you have had the courage to tell it like it is. It is shameful indeed to see a number of Orthodox hierarchs and laypeople compromise with such a Christ-denying and Christ-persecuting religion. We should commend those Arabic Christians who have had the courage to go to such events and use it as an opportunity to turn the tide around for Christ, instead of let Islam succeed without opposition.

    Let us not forget St. John of Damascus, who despite working for the Caliph in Damascus, never failed to call Islam a grave "work of Satan" and Muhammad the "apostle of Satan". These World Orthodox Churches are a disgrace to not only his legacy as a Father, but also to Christ our God Himself. Anathema belongs to those compromising heretics who love the praise of men rather than the praise of God.

    Yours in Christ,

    Timothy Kwoh

  3. Rachel,
    The statements on this post are from several sources. Links to the full Documents online is a matter of research and can be a challenge. I have found the documents in printed resources as well as quotes on-line. The WCC website has some documents but you must Log In. I would suggest you Google the statements I presented here. You will find commentaries and other links if your desire is to validate the quotes or to see them in context. It is a vast well of up to 80 years of material of the gradual apostasy of the World Orthodox Churches. In my article "Why We Left...Where We Went", I purposely did not reference the quotes so as to challenge the reader to search for themselves. I have found that in the process of doing this, the Author of all Truth meets you there and enlightens you as to the true state of the Church and your place in it. Also read anything on Ecumenism using the "Other Recommended Links" on the JTO site. None-the-less, per your request, here are a couple of the references for you to look for to get you started. As I find specific Links with the full documents, I will include them here, check back.

    “My Neighbor’s Faith and Mine, Theological Discoveries Through Interfaith Dialogue: A Study Guide” (Geneva: WCC, 1986).

    Statement of the Orthodox delegates at the WCC General Assembly in Nairobi in 1975

  4. We're trying to get rid of +Phillip but he doesn't want to go, and I heard directly from Bishop Mark that he (+Mark) has armed police body-guards and the FBI are on the case!


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