Hat­ing Chris­tian­ity

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“Dur­ing the 1930s, Win­ston Churchill des­per­ately tried to per­suade the English peo­ple and their gov­ern­ment to see that Hitler meant to end their way of life. The Bri­tish ig­nored Churchill, which gave Hitler nearly 10 years to build up his mil­i­tary forces. It wasn’t un­til Hitler ac­tu­ally drew blood that the Bri­tish re­al­ized they had a war on their hands. It turned out to be a far longer and more de­struc­tive war than it needed to be had Churchill’s early warn­ing been heeded. [. . .]

“Con­sider the long list of an­tiChris­tian books that have been pub­lished in re­cent months. [. . .]

“What is truly alarm­ing is that there are more of th­ese books for sale at your lo­cal large book store warn­ing against the per­ils of fer­vent Chris­tian­ity than those warn­ing against the per­ils of fer­vent Is­lam. Does any­one se­ri­ously think Amer­ica is more se­ri­ously jeop­ar­dized by Chris­tian con­ser­va­tives than by Is­lamic zealots? I fear that many Amer­i­cans be­lieve just that in the same way that many preWorld War II Western­ers con­sid­ered Churchill a big­ger threat than Hitler. [. . .]

“I fear for an Amer­ica in­flu­enced to de­test Chris­tian­ity by this hate-filled cat­a­log.”

Rabbi Daniel Lapin, writ­ing on “A Rabbi’s Warn­ing to U.S. Chris­tians,” on Jan. 13 in World­Net­Daily at www.world­net­daily.com

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