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    Europe: Mosques Could Outnumber Churches

    Europe: Mosques Could Outnumber Churches

    England is known for its impressive churches. However, they have become increasingly void of worshipers. At the same time, Muslims with mosques have moved in.
    Some Methodist churches are now inhabited by Muslims due to Methodist parishioners declining in number so as to sell properties.
    Anglican sanctuaries cannot by "covenant" be used by other religions. When vacated, they are often used as restaurants and such.
    Prince Charles, not known for his Christian morality, has stated that he thinks of himself more as the "Defender of the Faiths" than the traditional "Defender of the Faith," the latter meaning Christianity. He reads the Koran for devotional intake, he informs media.
    The Queen in her annual address spoke not only to Christians but those of other world religions, giving the message that she is broadening her definition of who she is and what she represents. Further, her remarks underline her appreciation for other than Christian belief.
    A move-in by Muslims is frightening. However, if Christians slacken, sew their convictions to the winds, as Jesus stated, an empty house will be housed by demons seven times over. That is exactly what appears to be occurring in England, for example. No doubt a European sweep of things forecasts the same spiritual tragedy.
    All the more that America must remain vigilant in guarding its Judeo-Christian heritage. Secularists are out to make it another Europe. That can happen in one generation if the next set of believers abdicate their biblical moorings.
    Canada has already gone the way of the pagan. The United Church of Canada and Anglican Church are known for their apostasy. When formed in 1925, uniting Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational Churches, the United Church of Canada was biblical. Now many of its leaders don’t represent belief in Jesus as divine. Many clergy have no idea what it means to have a personal, saving relationship with Christ. Canada, for all intents and purposes, has already gone over the line as secularist.
    Evangelical congregations pray for their nations to remain faithful to Scripture. They must continue their intercessions if biblical faith is to survive the attacks from unbelievers. In America there are now mega-churches that sport building complexes rivaling large corporations. While in Texas recently, I passed the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church that was blocks in acreage. It had schools and sanctuaries — beautifully landscaped and architecturally state of the art.
    Across the boulevard from the Lutheran Church was a mammoth Baptist Church of like impress. While driving from Dallas airport to Denton, I passed a number of sanctuaries that were very much like office buildings rather than the traditional church design. These structures were sprawling and striking. In Denton the Bible Church has increased its facilities to great lengths. Scores attend numerous services — weekends and throughout the week.
    In these Bible-preaching sanctuaries the eternal verities are maintained, worshipers are carrying Bibles and marking them during sermon deliveries, and all ages can be seen in the pews. Myriad of activities for singles, marrieds, divorced, children, teens and elders are scheduled throughout a most active church year.
    This is the hope of America: a Bible reaching spread throughout the country from shore to shore. Without it, the grassroots will be taken by the apostates, atheists and agnostics.
    Per TheTimes Online, Ruth Gledhill, Religion Correspondent: "Thousands of churches face closure, demolition or conversion in the next decade, leading to the demise of some branches of Christianity in Europe, according to experts.
    "In some parts of the country, former churches are being turned into centers of worship for other faiths. A disused Methodist chapel in Clitheroe on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales is the latest, destined to become a mosque for the town’s 300 Muslims.
    "There are more than 47,000 churches in Britain today, and 42 million people, more than 70 per cent of the population, consider themselves to be Christian. It sounds a lot, but behind the figures lies a story of decline in the country’s established religion.
    "Although the Pentecostal and Evangelical branches of Christianity are growing, worshippers often prefer modern, functional, warehouse-style buildings to the traditional neo-Gothic landscape of British ecclesiastical architecture.
    "Just one tenth of the nation’s Christians attends church, and churches are now closing faster than mosques are opening. Practicing Muslims will, in a few decades, outnumber practicing Christians if current trends continue."
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    Rise of mosques becomes catalyst for conflict across Europe

    Another news article on the current & upcoming conflict in Europe between the formerly Christian, now secularist indigenous Europeans & the Muslim immigrants colonizing Europe. As usual, most of the native Europeans are upset over a symbol of their dispossession without addressing the underlying reason for why symbols of Islam are becoming so increasing common - the Islamization of the European continent.
    North of Berne in an idyllic alpine valley cowbells tinkle, a church steeple rises, and windowboxes tumble with geraniums. It has always been this way.

    But down by the railway station the 21st century is rudely intruding and the villagers of Wangen are upset.

    "It's the noise, and all the cars. You should see it on a Friday night," complains Roland Kissling, a perfume buyer for a local cosmetics company. "I've got nothing against mosques, or even against minarets. But in the city. Not in this village. It's not right. There's going to be trouble."

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    "We've got nothing against prayer rooms or mosques for the Muslims," he insists. "But a minaret is different. It's got nothing to do with religion. It's a symbol of political power."
    I love the Swiss. Telling it like it is.

    The minaret is their mark of OWNING the land they're on.

    You'd never see such strength in the country I live in (the US).

    It shows there's hope in some parts of the world.

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    It seems that awareness about the Muslim threat is finally increasing in Europe. Hopefully the Swiss get their law passed.

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    In parts of germany people and politicans are strictly against mosques and other islamic buildings too.

    They planned to build a mosque in a town near where i'm living. But the mayor here said no and is building a few supermarkets there instead.




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    In a strange way, the blossoming of mosques across Europe is a good thing; even ahead of seeing foreign faces on the streets nothing gets the across the idea of "invasion" quite like those alien buildings.

    Think about it, a hundred new mosques add not one more foreign individual to the native territory, but as an advertising billboard for the destruction of Europeans, they're totally effective, and what's more, they are paid for and built by the "other side" Admittedly not all mosques are in the classic Ottoman/Arab style, some are quite nondescript.

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    "We don't have any problems. It's the other side that has the problems. We're not saying anything else until the minaret is built."
    In Britain we're always being told that multiculturalism 'enriches' our society, however as I'm sure most on her realise it just breaks down the cohesive bonds that are fundamental for maintaining harmony.

    Unless something is done through political means, one day there will be rivers of blood flowing throughout the continent...

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    Haha. In reply to OEN, the mosques would definatley seem to me as an intrusion.

    The more mosques that are built means the more people that take notice of how unsimilar the muslim immigrants are.

    Verily, it is sad times we have seen...yet the more we see the more we know.

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