TRPR 123 – Interview with Maged.

Andrew chats with Maged, Senior Director of Ministry Outreach at Leading The Way with Dr. Michael Youssef, about …

Maged travels the world teach about Islam exposing its schemes and educating the church about how to stand firm facing this dangerous system of belief and ideology with equipping the church with tools to evangelize Muslims with the love of Jesus Christ.

Show notes

The Red Pill Report episode 123.

Welcome and thanks for listening.

Introduction

Welcome to The Red Pill Report

Thanks for listening and a brief explanation of who and what The Red Pill Report is.

Interview with Maged.

Andrew chats with Maged, Senior Director of Ministry Outreach at Leading The Way with Dr. Michael Youssef. He travels the world teaching about Islam exposing its schemes and educating the church about how to stand firm facing this dangerous system of belief and ideology with equipping the church with tools to evangelize Muslims with the love of Jesus Christ.

Andrew talks with him about the importance of sharing the Gospel with our Muslim neighbours and friends, of using your testimony, befriending, build the bridges, greeting Muslims, women can be hugged to convey a love they have probably never know. Tell them what the Bible says, they will never have heard the truth about Jesus and the Bible.

In every part of France, Europe Muslims are preparing to take control.

If the church does not wake up we are in trouble.

We can not overcome the Islamic takeover, by complacency, the church needs to get back to standing on the Bible.

Website – Leading The Way and KingdomSat

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TRPR 24 – The challenge of Islamic extremism in East London

In this episode as well as a look through the News, Andrew talks with Wilson Chowdhry about the challenge of Islamic extremism in East London and across the UK.

Show notes

The Red Pill Report episode 24.

Welcome and thanks for listening.

Introduction

Welcome to The Red Pill Report

Thanks for listening and a brief explanation of who and what The Red Pill Report is.

News

Tragedy at Grenfell Tower

And what can we learn from it.?

Tim Farron

Tim Farron resigns as leader of the Liberal Democrats.

Other news in brief

Swedish Commuters Freak People Out as They Use Microchip Implants to Purchase Daily Train Tickets.

Facebook Founder Calls for Creation of New World Order ‘global Superstructure’ to Control Humanity.

The Police threaten store owner, over “Don’t fund terrorism” sign.

John McDonnell, Labour’s the shadow chancellor, is urges an UPRISING to take down May.

Isis fanatic emailed the PM’s office threatening to ‘wage jihad’ before getting a job on Crossrail.

Interview with Wilson Chowdhry

Wilson Chowdhry

Chairman of the British Pakistani Christian Association.

Andrew talks with Wilson Chowdhry about the challenge of Islamic extremism in East London and across the UK.

Website: http://www.britishpakistanichristians.org/contact-us

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Fall of Christianity 2017

A picture of decline in Christianity in the UK.

The Benedict XVI Center for Religion and Society, launched by St. Mary’s University in Twickenham, released its May study based on data from the latest British Social Attitudes survey and European Social Survey.

Key findings of this survey suggest that the nation is becoming very much more secularised, while also showing that non-Christian religions are growing.

The report contains shocking bullet points like…

“For every one person brought up with No religion who has become a Christian, twenty-six people brought up as Christians now identify as Nones, (Non-religious)”

This headline figure may not be quite as bad as it might sound.

If you are like me, you would find it not really credible that, true, born again, washed in the blood, Christians are loosing their faith at all… let alone at this apparent rate.

Fig. 1.3: Religious affiliation in Britain, 1983-2015

Religious affiliation in Britain, 1983-2015

If you look at Fig. 1.3 in this study, ‘Religious affiliation in Britain, 1983-2015,’ you will see that most of the losses from Christianity to other religions or to other religions appear to be coming from the Church of England, with a little coming from the Catholic church.

While I am by no means saying that there are not true believers within the Anglican church, it is also more likely that there are what we might call ‘church goers’ or ‘nominal Christians’ within the Church of England than in other denominations.

The Purple line on this chart, other Christians is holding up reasonably well.

Fig. 14 of this report suggests that up to 28% of the new non-religious Brits describe their upbringing as being ‘other Christian,’ that is not Anglican or Catholic. Many of these too may never have been in the church for themselves, but rather the children of believers, or only having been churchgoers not true believers. It should also be noted that for many years now in denominations like Methodist and Baptist Union and URC, there are a great many congregations that we far from what might be described as traditional biblical Christianity, and many members of these congregations may have moved from ‘non-believing churchgoer’ to now describing themselves as non-religious.

But at least it looks like the non-Anglican non-Catholic churches are if not growing much, they are least holding their own. If, and I believe it is true, many liberal church congregations are collapsing, then true Bible believing churches must be growing to keep this line steady.

London

London is somewhat troubling. While London was found to have by far the fewest non-religious people in Britain, with only 31 percent of people identifying as such. It appears that much of this is down to migrant populations, many of home are Catholic or non-Christians, and the growth of non-Christian communities.

As much as 28 percent of people in inner London said they follow a non-Christian religion, which was higher than any individual Christian grouping.

Non-Christian

East London Mosque

The Non-Christian religious population of London, more than quadrupled since its 2 percent share in 1983, rising to 8.4 percent in 2015. The study found that Muslims have been the main source of growth, growing from 0.6 percent to 3.9 percent in the same time period, though Hindus now also make up 2 percent of the population.

8.4% may sound fairly small, but the growth rate is very troubling. More than quadrupling is a staggering growth rate. Islam appears to be growing even faster and over this period it grow by more than six times.

If they repeat this over the next 30 years, (and they are likely to out do this growth rate), we could see London and other inner cities becoming something like 25% plus Muslim. It is considered by many that 20% is enough to make a significant impact on democratic government.

Already some parts of London are being described as Londonistan, with its new 423 mosques, built on the sad ruins of English Christianity.

Church converted into a house.

The report points out that since 2001, 500 churches in London of all denominations have been turned into private homes, while the number of Muslims has grown by almost a million.

Gatestone, (the author of the report), also warned that as many as 100 Islamic sharia courts are now operating in London, despite their rejection of human rights and the values of freedom and equality of English Common Law.

Good news, Bad news.

So there is some good news and some very challenging statistics.

It appears that there is a purifying of the church, with many non-born-again churchgoers leaving the church, and true evangelical congregations, at leat slightly growing, but there is a worrying growth of Islam.

We must also note that while non-born-again churchgoers, many not be an actual loss to the kingdom of God, their move from nominal Christian to openly secularist, is likely to have a detrimental effect on the moral standards of the nation.

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Australian Teacher Quits After Islamic Students Threaten to Behead Her.

Teachers at a primary school in Sydney, Australia have been threatened with beheading and other violence from young Islamic students, prompting one of them to quit her job.

Students as young as those in Year 5, according to the Daily Telegraph, are making the violent threats and pressuring others to read the Koran at Punchbowl Public School in Sydney.

Documents given to the newspaper allege that three staff members have taken a leave of absence owing to stress, received counselling and been awarded compensation after bullying from Islamic students.

One female teacher reportedly quit her job after it got too much for her. She claims she quit after receiving death threats to her family from her year 5 and 6 students, with some saying they would behead her.

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Toronto

Trouble brewing for Christians in Ontario

While quite likely motivated by good will, this unfortunately worded motion raises a series of concerns.

The motion brought forward by Liberal MPP Nathalie Des Rosiers condemns “all forms of Islamophobia” while never defining the term. As we have just seen in the UK, laws that are passed with good intentions can very quickly be turned to mischief.

Failure to define the term, “Islamophobia,” opens the door to its abuse, whether willfully or unintentionally. We have just seen a law outlawing hate is now being used to forbid the preaching of the Gospel or the public reading of the Bible. See Quoting the King James Bible is “abusive and a criminal matter”.

The term “Islamophobia” like “homophobia,” will be weaponised to silence opponents of Islam, just as homophobia has been to silence opponents of gay marriage or Christians who adhere to biblical morality.

The full text of the Ontario motion follows:

That, in the opinion of this House, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario should reaffirm that diversity has always played an important part in Ontario’s culture and heritage; recognize the significant contributions Muslims have made, and continue to make, to Ontario’s cultural and social fabric and prosperity; stand against all forms of hatred, hostility, prejudice, racism and intolerance; rebuke the notable growing tide of anti-Muslim rhetoric and sentiments; denounce hate-attacks, threats of violence and hate crimes against people of the Muslim faith; condemn all forms of Islamophobia and reaffirm its support for government’s efforts, through the Anti-Racism Directorate, to address and prevent systemic racism across government policy, programs and services, and increase anti-racism education and awareness, including Islamophobia, in all parts of the province.