Monday, October 03, 2016

Yes, But...

The European crisis is a form of chastisement for peoples who have fallen away from God, and a deserved punishment. And the crisis is a spiritual one which cannot be solved by indoctrination, the enforcement of secular ideology, SJW virtue-signalling, and certainly not by anarcho-tyranny.

But is this kind of tut-tutting by Christian clergy (including the bishop of Rome) helpful or likely to persuade people who are no longer Christian? And even if they are correct that Christians need to evangelize their neighbors, are they solely limited to this? They cannot take action to prevent worse things from happening, including a continuation of the invasion by other peoples? It seems to be wrong-headed and ineffectual lecturing that accomplishes very little.

On Migrants and a Biblical Paradigm by Archpriest Andrei Tkachev

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