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Friday, June 04, 2004
Definitive Proof that Liberals Worship SATAN!
We like to have a bit of fun with our old friend Hal Lindsey here at the Dark Window. But today we're going to take a look at his lesser known sidekick, Jack Kinsella.
Jack is the unhappy-looking editor of an up-to-the-minute intelligence digest (the kind so popular with Bible Prophecy nuts) called the Omega Letter and also a frequent contributor to Hal Lindsey's Oracle. Both ministries, from the looks of their websites, have the blessing of God.
Jack starts off by quoting the Al Qaeda guy who killed Nicholas Berg, a Palestinian member of Hezbollah, and a Tunisian intellectual. He masterfully uses these quotes to demonstrate convincingly that Americans and Israelis love life while Muslims love death. And to the discerning Christian (so lovingly represented by Jack), this can only mean one thing: that liberals worship the same evil god as the Muslims and French.
America's goal was to free Iraqis from the brutality of Saddam, but night after night, new pictures of American soldiers humiliating Iraqi prisoners, like a constant drip from a leaky faucet, continue to show up, two by two, on the nightly news.
Hmmmm. Those pictures sound suspiciously like Noah's Ark. Perhaps Jack is telling us that once we have two of every torture picture, the nightly news will safely sail off into the flooded sunset. Just kidding. Jack isn't telling us that at all. But for all the sense he makes, he might as well be.
For every story of a positive development in Iraq brought about with American assistance, there are ten stories about Iraqi resistance, American brutality, or the frightening collapse of order in Fallujah and Najaf.
For every reasoned argument from a conservative pundit, there are ten goofball columns by Wing Nuts like Jack. I wonder what his point is.
It is a conundrum that the only way for Bush's political enemies to achieve political victory is to join forces with the enemy in the propaganda war.
Aha. I thought that might be where he was going with this. See, readers...I'm discerning too!
I've spent considerable time and prayer examining that conundrum. The enemy is committed to the path of jihad, following his god into battle - not against a political enemy, but against a spiritual enemy.
Well, if Jack's spent considerable prayer examining the conundrum then he must share God's opinion. So what, exactly, is God's opinion?
Now we come to those in America who have chosen to ally themselves with the jihadists in the propaganda war; the politicians, the news media executives, the liberal media establishment in general, and even those states that sent the politicians to Washington in the first place.
Wow! Jack and God are taking things to a whole new level. Now we have entire states that are anti-American (and a lot of them at that!). Next thing you know, America will be anti-American! This is truly a disturbing development. I happen to live in a state that's allied with the jihad. How about you?
In the spiritual war now ongoing, what god do they follow? There is no question that Christianity has historically had a positive effect on American life. They owe their freedoms to its influence in America's foundation, as well as America's development right up to World War Two.
What happened to America's development after World War Two? Did godless heathens like Truman and Eisenhower hate America, too? I'm not sure because Jack isn't saying. But I'll bet they did!
It would seem logical, then, to at least give Christianity the benefit of the doubt. When was the last time you saw a positive portrayal of Christianity in the mainstream press?
Sounds like somebody's been reading David Limbaugh's book again. And I'm not sure why Jack expects to see the mainstream press portray "Christianity" in a positive light. Wouldn't that cause their terrorist allies to get mad at them?
Or any of the Anybody But Bush political spectrum standing up for Christian values? What god do they follow? Is there evidence that they have a special hatred for the God of the Bible, Jesus Christ, and the tenets of Scripture?
(Think Kerry, Kennedy, Pelosi, Daschle, Jennings, Brokaw, Rather, CNN, the NYTimes Michael Moore and his crowd, Al Gore, Al Franken and Air America. Where are they on issues like abortion, euthanasia, public prayer, etc?)
Ah, damn. Nancy has a special hatred for Jesus Christ? She's practically my Congresswoman. (My actual Congresswoman is Barbara Lee. She must really hate Jesus!) And Peter Jennings, too? And John Kerry even? God I hate those evil people. How they could turn their backs on "Christian" values like torture, hatred, and the invasion of sovereign countries? I hope they roast in hell. God, puh-leaze let them roast in hell!
Now, how many gods are there? Scripture tells us there are two. There is the God of Creation, the Creator God of Scripture -- the same God worshipped by Christians and Jews. Christians call Him 'Father' or 'Lord' and Jews call Him 'Adonai' and 'Lord' - both call Him by His revealed Name, 'Jehovah'.
Wait a minute…so everybody who is not a Christian or a Jew worships the same god? Evidently so because Jack tells us just that.
Scripture says that the 'god of this world' is "the prince of the power of the air" further identifying him as "the spirit that now worketh in the children of disobedience."
So basically, anybody who disagrees with Jack is disobeying God. Ergo, anybody who disagrees with Jack has a fiery seat in hell reserved for all eternity. I've gotta confess...I kind of like Jack. He really seems like a stand-up guy. Hooray for Jack!
Pulling it all together, a picture begins to emerge of the spiritual battlefield. On one side are those who follow the god of this world, and on the other, those who follow the God of Creation.
There are no borders in the asymmetrical, spiritual war of the last days. And not all of our enemies follow Islam, but they follow the same god.
That's right, readers. And you know who that "same god" is, right? The "god of this world?" It's Satan, of course! I worship Satan. (Hooray for Satan!) How about you?
Rather than ending with my usual hymn to the Prince of Eternal Darkness, I'd like to close this piece with an interesting quote that Jack has up at the top of his website. It's from the Old Testament book of Hosea and reads: "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge..." And for once, we here at the Dark Window whole-heartedly concur.