Why Akathleptos?

Why Akathleptos? Because it means Uncontainable. God is infinite. Hence, the whole universe cannot contain Him. The term also refers to the incomprehensibility of God. No man can know everything about God. We can know Him personally but not exhaustively, not even in Heaven.

Why Patmos? Because the church is increasingly marginalized and exiled from the culture.

Why Pen-Names? So the focus is on the words and not who wrote them. We prefer to let what we say stand on its own merit. There is precedent in church history for this - i.e., the elusive identity of Ambrosiaster who wrote in the 4th century A.D.

“Truth is so obscured nowadays, and lies so well established, that unless we love the truth we shall never recognize it." Blaise Pascal



Friday, November 25, 2016

German Muslim Migrants Torch Community Center Over Lack Of Chocolate



Muslim migrants – angry that they weren’t being given “enough Nutella, Gummibears and chocolate” – burned a conference center to the ground in Dusseldorf, Germany, during Ramadan, according to German Red Cross employees. The migrants caused nearly $10.6 million in damage to the building used as a major hub to house refugees on June 7, the Express reported here Monday.

It was during Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting in which Muslims avoid eating meals during the day. The community center canceled its regular daily lunches, even for non-Muslims. But it provided meals during the early mornings and late evenings. For non-Muslims, the center provided cold food and snacks during the day. Those snacks included Nutella, Gummibears and chocolate.

But a gang of Muslim migrants reportedly grew angry that the day-time treats were in short supply by nightfall. So the migrants set fire to the hall, which housed 280 people. As they torched the building, the migrants reportedly shouted, “There isn’t enough Nutella, Gummibears and chocolate.”

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Islam, by nature, incites violence. It's called the "religion of the sword" for reason. No other faith produces such extremism on a widespread scale.

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