|Re: Irish Terrorists....or are they Christian?|
- Tuesday, October 12 2010, 15:18:52 (UTC)|
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>...Jesus didn't turn the cheek to the money changers in the temple....he chased them out with some violence...wasn't this contrary to what were his supposed teachings? Where in his Beatitudes or Sermon on the Mount did he say something like, "when you find people doing what you don't like, destroy their property and chase them off with threats or worse"?
They were using a place of worship to make money. It's considered sacrilege. This cannot serve as a basis for a terrorist ideology.
Jesus did not propose political solutions. He did not call for the liberation of Judea, and he did pay taxes to Caesar.
The IRA in question cannot proclaim be carrying out a religious duty.
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