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Friday, 09 October 2015 13:56
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I am Christian

'All that is necessary for evil to triumph is that good men do nothing.'

The world is entering a critical phase of its history and it's happening before our very eyes. One of the symptoms of it is a growing hate towards Christians. The killings at Roseburg College, where an atheist executed defenseless Christians, have shattered the illusions that what we used to observe In Africa or the Middle East would never come to the West. We can't stay passive in these circumstances.

Our first responsibility, as Christ's disciples, is to increase our efforts in the missionary field, '.and so much the more, as you see the day approaching' (Hebrews 10:25). Yet we also have to put a stop to false leftist trends that have entered churches. Our enemy, the Devil, has persuaded many of us that a carefree attitude, pacifism, being uncritical, misunderstood charity or staying passive in the socio-political field should characterize good Christians. Such an image of Christianity puts reasonable people off and is an invitation to all kinds of madmen and terrorists to attack Christians. It's about time to change it.

As today's world is deeply influenced by social media, we're inviting you to join the #iamachristian action. Send your pictures (facebook.com/IamAChristianPL ) showing you holding a firearm or at least an airgun. Set the pictures as your profile ones, adding the address #jestemchrzescijaninem. Let as many people as possible get to know about the action. This will be a clear sign to the world that Christians, although loving their enemies and seeking peace with everyone, will defend themselves when necessary.

Remembering the heroic victims from Roseburg, whose the natural right to defend was taken away by the 'Gun-free zone' idea, acknowledge your Christianity publicly and show that you're not going to stay passive.

Jesus: '...and he that has no sword, let him sell his garment, and buy one.' (Luke 22:36)

The New Covenant Church in Lublin, 8 October 2015

Good men do nothing