What are we going to do about all the Christian terrorists that are scattered about the world, and in the U.S?

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Anders Behring Brevik of Norway, is being called a “Christian extremist” or “Christian terrorist.”

As westerners wrestle with such characterizations of the Oslo mass murder suspect, the question arises: Nearly a decade after 9/11 created a widespread suspicion of Muslims based on the actions of a fanatical few, is this what it’s like to walk a mile in the shoes of stereotype?
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13 Responses to “What are we going to do about all the Christian terrorists that are scattered about the world, and in the U.S?”

  1. Scotch N' cola says:

    do a barrel roll

  2. The TruF says:

    Buy them a shot!

  3. Darth Vader's Stepchild says:

    What CAN we do about them? Unless they walk around going “I’M GONNA KILL EVERYONE”, there’s no way to tell whether someone’s a terrorist.

  4. Champion says:

    you mom

  5. John says:

    I read that article. It brings up a good point.

    Why is it that when a Muslim commits a terrorist act, people rush to assume that all Muslims are terrorists? Yet when a self proclaimed Christian commits a terrorist act, it’s “oh no, he wasn’t a ‘true Christian.'”
    You see, Muslims can just make the exact same arguments. So it’s all moot.

  6. mountainparadise says:

    That man is in no way a christian,

    Matthew 7:15-17
    King James Version (KJV)
    15Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.
    16Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?
    17Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit; but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.

  7. KingKongWithABong20 says:

    dude that dude isnt christian. its one of the commandments not to murder people. on top of that, this dude is trying to do ethnic cleansing. christians would never do that. there cool with everyone. i think that this dude was really a atheist trying to make christians look bad. you know them athiest, they will stop at nothing to abolish religion. as if though they have no lifes.

  8. Watchman on the Wall says:

    “Fanatical few?” Islam is world wide and is spreading like wildfire. There were never a “fanatical few.” One man, Anders Behring, did this atrocity and now you think that there are Christian terrorists all over the country. As a Christian, I feel that we already have been stereotyped, even though we are guiltless of these kind of crimes.

  9. Tyler says:

    So did you miss the last 11 years? Muslims can be terrorists, but terrorists are only 1% of every group

  10. Ina Van eysinga says:

    you’re gonna turn against us, even the ones that are good innocent people, because of the error and stupidity of the bad ones. slowly the majority of the populace will come to hate us, claiming us to be a scourge, and then it’ll be another genocide just like the holocaust. and the funny thing is, it was all predicted in the bible. and if you prove me wrong, well then we both win don’t we? we get to live and you get to be right. personally i hope i’m wrong, but it doesn’t seem like it to me.

  11. Jabber wock says:

    Do as they do now – governments need to cooperate and share intelligence information, and be prepared to extradite as necessary.

    In many ways where terrorism comes from (Christians, Muslims, whatever) is besides the point – it’s the terrorism itself that’s the problem.

    For many years countries like the USA didn’t take terrorism seriously and allowed to go free e.g. IRA terrorists who had fled there to escape justice, although that attitude changed entirely after 9/11.

    At present the problem of Christian terrorism is much less than Islamist one, though 15 years ago the opposite was true and we should not become complacent. Thankfully Breivik seems to be a loner, not part of an organisation.

  12. Khalil Ullah says:

    Anders is not a Christian. Many of his victims are Christians. Anders revealed his hatred for modern churches, which are Christians.

    Christians live by Grace to agape love our neighbor even our enemies. Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Christian, but not Anders. Anders acted against the teachings and examples of Jesus and His apostles.

    As Christianity grows in a society, peace and prosperity ensue, as you see in China now.

    As Christianity declines in a society, atrocity and chaos grow as you see in Norway now. Why was such terrorism never happened when Christianity was strong in Norway?

    Two Christians “Keffer and Keseljevic have an interesting perspective on the attacks. World Net Daily reported that they were both arrested and convicted for proclaiming the Gospel in Oslo during a parade back in 2008.”

    Anders had revealed his hatred for modern churches.

    Had Anders been a Bible believing Christian, such terrorism would never have happened. It did not happen when Norway was a strong Christian nation. Such atrocity happens only after the decline of Christianity in a society and from the rise of other belief systems. Strengthen Christianity, and such terrorism will decline and even disappear.

  13. jonathan herold says:

    This is why atheists must be ever vigilant and come out of the closet. We need for many of the moderate Christians and Muslims that have thought about questioning their faith before, see that many normal, happy people conduct their lives without the belief in magic and fairy-tales. Moderates give the crazies someone to hide behind.

    And, I know many atheists are liberals… I am some what liberal on a lot of issues myself. But when it comes to the right to bear arms, this is a human rights issue, and I cannot fathom why many liberals, who claim to be all for individual rights, draw the line at the people retaining the rights to the one effective means of defense against violent individuals and groups. I assure you, the Jews in Poland were kicking themselves in the butt for letting their arms be removed under false pretenses.

    “False is the idea of utility that sacrifices a thousand real advantages for one imaginary or trifling inconvenience; that would take fire from men because it burns, and water because one may drown in it; that has no remedy for evils except destruction. The laws that forbid the carrying of arms are laws of such a nature. They disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes.” – Thomas Jefferson

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