For years I have been saying that fighting Islam is not about religion to me. It is about preserving our freedoms for our fami-lies future generations. But I do believe that non-Muslims of all beliefs must unite against Islam. One of my biggest complaints about non-Muslims, is that most of us sit silently as Islam ad-vances across the world. Then there are the Islamic excuse makers that verbally attack, those that do have the guts to speak out against this threat. I have seen an endless list of Christians doing this, as they are not willing to take a stand for their Christians brothers and sisters, that are suffering under Islamic rule. The Christian community has been much too quite on this is-sue. Many are paralyzed by the politically correct disease. I am not one of those Christians, I am brave enough to speak the truth about Islam, and unwilling to back down to my critics. Leaders like myself and Dr. Terry Jones are what the Church is sorely missing, and this is what my new book is about. “Islam is of the Devil” starts out with a simple request, and that is just asking people to speak the truth. The truth about Islam is that it is a religion of war, that allows lying, and rape. It is the anti-thesis of Western Civilization, and it must be fought. I ask the Christians reading this, did Jesus not want the truth to be spo-ken? To know the truth, one must know the Islamic scriptures, and I take care of this in the “ISLAM VS CHRISTIANITY”, and the “MUHAMMAD: THE FALSE PROPHET AND TEACHER” chapters. Which point out the dominance and violence that Islam breeds.
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Walter Randall Bannister (born November 24, 1960) is a ordained minister, spirit counselor, drug counselor, born in Atlanta, Georgia. Walter's sermons tend to have an evangelistic focus on the gospel and the doctrine of the assurance of salvation, and he frequently speaks against practices such as the sinner's prayer, and a focus on numerical church growth. Walter's sermons often focus on how a person is saved from hell. According to Walter, a person is saved through faith alone, but the evidence of a person's faith is his or her works. Water claims that most people who profess a belief in Christianity aren't truly saved. Walter blames preachers, as he claims many preachers often say a person is saved without looking for evidence of repentance in that person's life. Walter cites Paul Washer, RC Sproul, John F. Macarthur, George Muller, John Piper, Jonathan Edwards, George Whitefield, Charles Spurgeon, Leonard Ravenhill, John Wesley, A.W. Tozer and Martyn Lloyd-Jones among others, as influences
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