Reflections on Rosie O’Donnell’s comments…

It has been almost a week since the infamous comments of Rosie O’Donnell on the View (click here for manuscript and video). In her own words: “…radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America.” Allow me to parse her words and make some brief comments. Rosie is a liberal, and like all liberals they have a cause and an agenda. She is the antithesis of a staid individual. She speaks on behalf of homosexuality, lesbianism, and every form of sinful activities one can fathom. That is her goal; her mission. When she says “radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam in a country like America,” she may have a legitimate point. Of course, what is legitimate about her point has never crossed her mind. What she meant by her words is that the Christian faith with all its demands and moral absolutes opposing her absolutes, is criminal in its orientation just as Islam with its demands and absolutes are criminal with theirs. Obviously, we Christians do not wrap ourselves with bombs to blow up buildings and people; we on the other hand, dress ourselves with the armor of God (Ephesians 6). But do not doubt the fact that we are in a Christian jihad. This holy war extends beyond the spiritual warfares we have; it is a cosmic battle. The army of Christ’s Kingdom is pursuing to defeat anything or anyone who would claim superiority over our king. If there is one thing O’Donnell does not realize is how un-radical her comment really is. Christians aren’t radical as Muslims, we are extremely more radical than they can ever imagine. Christianity seeks to destroy all world powers and bring them to the submission of Christ the King. It seeks reconciliation with the world, but if they do not accept it they will be dealt with harshly and severely by our Mighty warrior. Our kingdom triumphs over the kingdom of Islam simply because our King has already demolished the darkness of Islam. What takes place from now until time is no more is the systematic elimination of that darkness is history. Rosie will never imagine how un-shocking her comparison really was.

About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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