By: Renee Nal
Men in orange jumpsuits purported to be Egyptian Christians held captive by the Islamic State
Author and speaker Trevor Loudon believes that non-voting American Christians have contributed to the vastly under-reported persecution of Christians worldwide.
In an article written by Faye Higbee and published at “Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children,” Loudon pointed out that rampant worldwide Christian persecution could have been averted if America had not twice elected an anti-American president.
Trevor was quoted as saying:
There is a huge section of America that has the power to stop this – the Evangelical Christians.
Before WWII, the church, the moral authority of the nation of Germany, decided that if they left Adolf Hitler alone he would leave them alone. The result was the slaughter of 6 million Jews and hundreds of thousands of Christians and Allied lives. They could have stopped the Holocaust, but did nothing.
Today, ISIS and other jihadists have massacred thousands upon thousands of Christians across the Middle East. The blood of those people is on the hands of the church – those who refused to vote to stop Barack Obama from getting into office.
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