A question from Focus on the Family

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A question from James Dobson’s American Evangelical Judeo-“Christian” Zionist organization: Focus on the Family

“Do you think Christians generally succeed or fail at showing grace?”

“Join Jim Daly, President of Focus on the Family, for a live video chat January 14th at 10am on his new book ReFOCUS: Living a Life that Reflects God’s Heart—Learn more: http://youtu.be/eXgIiV77b28

See: http://www.focusonthefamily.com/

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My response:

I suppose anyone considered a true follower of Christ by others would generally succeed… otherwise they would’t be called a “Christian”, because they, or we, would not be following Christ.

I wonder how many people call themselves “Christians” yet support the unjust US led NATO invasions of various Muslim nations who have done us no harm (e.g., Iraq, Libya, Syria) and were not responsible for 9/11?

Consistent-Life-300x183Millions of such peoples also consider themselves to be “pro-life” simply because they are anti-abortion, yet it seems they care more for the unborn than they do the born, due to fear, which is not of God, and politics, which is all about power, instead of the power of love.

Sadly, virtually every so-called Evangelical “Christian” in the USA supports Israel, which is ant-, or against, Christ, due to a misunderstanding of the Bible. Satan, who loves chaos and death, knows the Bible better than any human being, and his best deception is to use the Bible to convince good people to follow him and his agenda of murder and death while believing they are following God and the Bible when, in fact, nothing could be further from the truth.

Also, most Catholics, thanks to false shepherds, have likewise been led into fear, which leads them to support mass murder at the hands of US led NATO forces on a global scale while also considering themselves to be pro-life simply because they are anti-abortion.

No one who supports unjust war, which is mass murder, can be considered pro-life or a follower of Christ. And those who do support the on-going unjust wars need to repent, follow Jesus, and begin working for peace, and for life.

“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” ~ Jesus (Matthew 5:9)

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VIDEO – Skull and Bones – The Catholic Connection (Anthony Hilder) http://youtu.be/Hh6xVz8uuo8

VIDEO - The Beast of Revelation (16 of 25) Anti-Israel Anti-Semitic? (Dr. Kenneth Gentry) http://youtu.be/OGSbi_UssAg

A simple, biblical “End Times” timeline: http://ajmacdonaldjr.wordpress.com/2011/06/26/637/

Have I now become your enemy because I am telling you the truth?: http://ajmacdonaldjr.wordpress.com/2012/03/02/have-i-now-become-your-enemy-because-i-am-telling-you-the-truth/

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The “End Times”, according to the Bible, is not complicated, as most Christians have been led to believe, by Satan and his ministers who, as Paul said, appear as angels of light, it’s actually very simple. And the modern secular state of Israel is not a fulfillment of Bible prophesy, but the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem and the scattering of unbelieving Jews was! And it’s all in the Bible, just as Jesus said!

VIDEO – The Fall of the Temple of Jerusalem with Dr. Joe Morecraft: http://youtu.be/pQG74mqkDbY

See: FULL PAGE AD – Wall Street Journal – 5/18/2011 – “ISRAEL, YOU’RE NOT ALONE. WE STAND WITH YOU!” http://www.scribd.com/doc/61254742/TRAITORS-Christian-Zionists-Stand-with-Israel-NOT-America-AD-WSJ-Final-5-18-2011

Sadly, these well known but biblically illiterate and deceived by Satan Evangelical “Christians” are TRAITORS both to God’s Church and to America. Such Judeo “Christian” Zionist “leaders are false shepherds who stand with Israel and NOT with America and lead many millions of well meaning people astray into supporting Satan’s agenda of chaos and death, namely, from the signed full page ad: Tim Wildmon, James Dobson, Mike Huckabee, Lou Sheldon, Rick Joyner, and many others.

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“Against the insidious wiles of foreign influence (I conjure you to believe me, fellow-citizens) the jealousy of a free people ought to be constantly awake, since history and experience prove that foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican government. But that jealousy to be useful must be impartial; else it becomes the instrument of the very influence to be avoided, instead of a defense against it. Excessive partiality for one foreign nation and excessive dislike of another cause those whom they actuate to see danger only on one side, and serve to veil and even second the arts of influence on the other. Real patriots who may resist the intrigues of the favorite are liable to become suspected and odious, while its tools and dupes usurp the applause and confidence of the people, to surrender their interests.” ~ US President George Washington

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James Dobson of Focus on the Family regarding Sandy Hook:

“I mean millions of people have decided that God doesn’t exist, or he’s irrelevant to me, and we have killed fifty-four million babies and the institution of marriage is right on the verge of a complete redefinition.  Believe me, that is going to have consequences too.

And a lot of these things are happening around us, and somebody is going to get mad at me for saying what I am about to say right now, but I am going to give you my honest opinion: I think we have turned our back on the Scripture and on God Almighty and I think he has allowed judgment to fall upon us.  I think that’s what’s going on.”

See: http://www.patheos.com/blogs/philosophicalfragments/2012/12/21/callous-theology-of-james-dobson/

See also: James Dobson: Connecticut Shooting a Result of God Allowing Judgment to Fall on America: http://global.christianpost.com/news/james-dobson-connecticut-shooting-a-result-of-god-allowing-judgment-to-fall-on-america-newtown-ct-sandy-hook-86891/#7tmQBK4Rt4qwhYCE.99

See also: SANDY HOOK NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT SHOOTINGS – PEDOPHILE RINGS, BLACK OPS, MIND CONTROL: http://aangirfan.blogspot.com/2012/12/newtown-connecticut-shootings.html

The innocent civilian death toll in Iraq since the unjust 2003 US invasion = 110,937 – 121,227. Further analysis of the WikiLeaks’ Iraq War Logs may add 12,000 civilian deaths.

See: http://www.iraqbodycount.org/

James Dobson on Larry King Live regarding the unjust US invasion of Iraq, which led to so many tens of thousands of innocent civilians dead – unjustly – at the hands of US forces:

KING: “Does the Iraq war bother you?”

DOBSON: “It does not — well, of course, it’s a horrible experience. People are dying.”

KING: “I mean, is it a mistake?”

DOBSON: “I don’t believe it was a mistake.”

See: http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0611/22/lkl.01.html

Lieutenant Colonel Joseph McInnis, and Catholic just war theory, disagree with Dobson regarding the unjust US invasion of Iraq, and both consider the deaths of tens of thousands of civilian there since 2003: mass murder.

USAWC STRATEGY RESEARCH PROJECT – “OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM – AN UNJUST WAR” by Lieutenant Colonel Joseph McInnis United States Army Reserve Corps of Engineers; Colonel James A. Helis Project Advisor:

“The United States did not have just cause for invading Iraq with the intent of a regime change. The Bush administration’s just cause rests on the argument of prevention, to prevent the spread of weapons of mass destruction. They tried to make a case for invading Iraq using as a pretext weapons of mass destruction when their intent all along was regime change. The Bush administration attempted to coerce the Security Council to sanction the use of force. Failing to secure the descriptive use of force language, the Bush administration concluded they had the authority anyway. It could be argued that with resolution language being intentionally vague, the language in any resolution is that which all can agree on, there is always room for interpretation. This is in effect what the Bush administration did; they interpreted the resolution to fit their thesis, effectively closing the door to any further diplomatic action. The United States prosecuted a preventive war. Preventive war presupposes some standard against which [the] danger is to be measured. It does not exist,. . . it has nothing to do with the immediate security of boundaries. It exists in the mind’s eye, in the idea of a balance of power. Preventive war thinking can turn out to be a self-fulfilling proficiency. ‘When we stipulate threatening acts, we are looking not only for indications of intent, but also for rights of response.’ The Bush administration perceived a threat, not now but sometime in the future, and used that future threat to undermine the U.N. and S.C. resolution 1441.”

See: http://www.dtic.mil/cgi-bin/GetTRDoc?AD=ADA424250

“No just cause” = “mass murder”

Catholic just war theory:

“The peace of Christ is not, therefore, any peace whatever, peace at any cost. It is peace founded on justice; therefore when justice is violated and there is no other means of redressing it, it is lawful to have recourse to force, which is entirely different from violence, since it is not summoned to the service of caprice or of passions, (like violence), but of law and order. Hence, the lawfulness of war under certain circumstances. According to Catholic moral theology, war is lawful when:

1. It is declared by legitimate authority;
2. It is just; that is, is waged for a just motive, such as re-establishing justice when offended, repairing an injury or defending oneself against aggression;
3. It is inevitable; that is, when all other peaceful means of obtaining justice and of obtaining redress have failed;
4. It is useful; insofar as it is likely that the advantages obtained will outweigh the damages suffered.

Some pacifists accuse the religion of Christ with legalizing war which, according to them, is never lawful. It should be pointed out to these people that justice is a higher good than peace itself, because without justice, as already observed, there can be no human society. That accounts for the coining of the aphorism: “fiat justitia, pereat mundas” – let justice be done, though the world perish.” ~  Msgr. Luigi Civardi in “How Christ Changed the World” edited as “The Social Teachings of the Catholic Church” by A. J. MacDonald, Jr.

See: “Christianity and Peace” in: “The Social Principles of the Catholic Church” at: http://ajmacdonaldjr.wordpress.com/social-principles/

Both abortion and unjust war = mass murder!

“First, a “YES TO LIFE”! Respect life itself and individual lives: everything starts here, for the most fundamental of human rights is certainly the right to life. Abortion, euthanasia, human cloning, for example, risk reducing the human person to a mere object: life and death to order, as it were! When all moral criteria are removed, scientific research involving the sources of life becomes a denial of the being and the dignity of the person. War itself is an attack on human life since it brings in its wake suffering and death. The battle for peace is always a battle for life!”

“NO TO DEATH”! That is to say, no to all that attacks the incomparable dignity of every human being, beginning with that of unborn children. If life is truly a treasure, we need to be able to preserve it and to make it bear fruit without distorting it. “No” to all that weakens the family, the basic cell of society. “No” to all that destroys in children the sense of striving, their respect for themselves and others, the sense of service.”

“NO TO SELFISHNESS”! In other words, to all that impels man to protect himself inside the cocoon of a privileged social class or a cultural comfort which excludes others. The life-style of the prosperous, their patterns of consumption, must be reviewed in the light of their repercussions on other countries. Let us mention for example the problem of water resources, which the United Nations Organization has asked us all to consider during this year 2003. Selfishness is also the indifference of prosperous nations towards nations left out in the cold. All peoples are entitled to receive a fair share of the goods of this world and of the know-how of the more advanced countries. How can we fail to think here, for example, of the access of everyone to generic medicines, needed to continue the fight against current pandemics, an access — alas — often thwarted by short-term economic considerations?”

“NO TO WAR”! War is not always inevitable. It is always a defeat for humanity. International law, honest dialogue, solidarity between States, the noble exercise of diplomacy: these are methods worthy of individuals and nations in resolving their differences. I say this as I think of those who still place their trust in nuclear weapons and of the all-too-numerous conflicts which continue to hold hostage our brothers and sisters in humanity. At Christmas, Bethlehem reminded us of the unresolved crisis in the Middle East, where two peoples, Israeli and Palestinian, are called to live side-by-side, equally free and sovereign, in mutual respect. Without needing to repeat what I said to you last year on this occasion, I will simply add today, faced with the constant degeneration of the crisis in the Middle East, that the solution will never be imposed by recourse to terrorism or armed conflict, as if military victories could be the solution. And what are we to say of the threat of a war which could strike the people of Iraq, the land of the Prophets, a people already sorely tried by more than twelve years of embargo? War is never just another means that one can choose to employ for settling differences between nations. As the Charter of the United Nations Organization and international law itself remind us, war cannot be decided upon, even when it is a matter of ensuring the common good, except as the very last option and in accordance with very strict conditions, without ignoring the consequences for the civilian population both during and after the military operations.” ~ John Paul II

See: http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_paul_ii/speeches/2003/january/documents/hf_jp-ii_spe_20030113_diplomatic-corps_en.html

“We are committed to the protection of life, which is threatened in today’s world by war, abortion, poverty, racism, capital punishment and euthanasia. We believe that these issues are linked under a ‘consistent ethic of life’.

We challenge those working on all or some of these issues to maintain a cooperative spirit of peace, reconciliation, and respect in protecting the unprotected. We wish to create a peaceful, just, and sustainable future which respects all of humanity and the planet.”

See: https://www.facebook.com/makethedreamareality

See: http://ajmacdonaldjr.wordpress.com/philosophy-and-plan-of-action-summer-of-justice-2012-dc/

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3 Responses to A question from Focus on the Family

  1. Pingback: A question from Focus on the Family | ChristianBookBarn.com

  2. ajmacdonaldjr: Read Lt. Col. Gordon “Jack” Mohr, A.U.S. Ret. “Thank God My Saviour Was Not A Jew!” Jomi

  3. Jesus was a Jew, as am I, according to the Bible. Not a Pharisaical Jew, as there were in Jesus’ time, whom he cursed, and not the Jews of ancient and modern Judaism since his time, which is nothing but the same accursed Pharisaical Judaism, which became specifically anti-Christ after Jesus came, but a true Jew, as Saint Paul said, who is a follower of God from the heart and by the Spirit and not by the letter of the law and not of the flesh, either, as in by racial identity. “But a Jew is one inwardly, and circumcision is a matter of the heart, by the Spirit, not by the letter. His praise is not from man but from God.” Romans 2:29

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