Swedish Church Removes Crosses in order to “Welcome” Muslim Migrants

by Phil Schneider

Europe is giving away it’s soul – one immigrant at a time. Here it is a Church in Sweden. Ezra calls it Eurabia. Denmark, Sweden, and Germany are just a few of the many countries that basically function without borders. Many of the migrants are looking for free housing and welfare. Ezra explains that Islam is marching through Europe – unopposed.

Is removing a religious symbol a form of respect or disrespect?

Ezra Levant, Canadian attorney, media personality, political activist, writer and broadcaster, has a point. It’s difficult to remain a Church, a place of worship for the Christian religion, if you take out all religious symbols from the building and expect worshipers of another religion to join your congregation. What makes Bishop Eva Brunne’s efforts particularly peculiar is the fact that she herself is a lesbian. That would be penalized by death by Muslim law. Taking the crosses out of the Church and arranging the chairs to face Mecca is not going to change Muslim religious law. And Bishop Brunne may find herself having to pay a high price for creating a Muslim-friendly church.

Can a Church truly be turned into a mosque? Is this the government’s doing or is this a Bishop’s own doing?

Will this bending-over backwards step be accepted by those who observe the Muslim religion? Probably not.

Europe has become a doormat

Western culture is under attack by radical Islam. Fighting is so much more challenging than surrender. But, the rewards are for all future generations. Standing up for liberty sometimes means confronting evil. If we are not willing to pay the price of fighting, then we will pay the much more difficult price of surrender.

Sweden ought to be a place that people understand that ruthless tyrannies overrun those who don’t know how to defend themselves.
Respecting other religions ought to be a two-way street.

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