What you probably won’t hear about Islam and the Koran this Sunday at church

You won’t hear that–

The spiritual phenomenon of Islam denies the divinity of the Most Holy Trinity and divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ; and thus by nature is an antichristic spiritual manifestation  at enmity with revealed salvific truth concerning souls and their need for the Word of God made man…

“Now this is life everlasting, that they may know thee, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent.” [John 17:3].

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And for those who would subscribe to the error that Vatican II places Islam on salvific par with Catholicism I offer this taste from Lisa Graas:

What Vatican II Had to Say About Islam and Judaism

While Islam makes war on a global level against the non-Muslim world, there are unfortunately many who keep their heads comfortably (for now) buried in the sand or, worse, become apologists for Islam by maintaining that Vatican II recognized it as a legitimate religion. It may come as a surprise to the Left that within all of the documents promulgated in Vatican II, including Nostra Aetate, the word “Judaism” is never mentioned and the word “Islam” is mentioned only once,

…[Muslims] take pains to submit wholeheartedly to even His inscrutable decrees, just as Abraham, with whom the faith of Islam takes pleasure in linking itself, submitted to God.

In stating that the “faith of Islam takes pleasure in linking itself” to Abraham, the Catholic Church has issued a hopeful denouncement…

Read more: What Vatican II Did and Did Not Say about Muslims, Christians and Jews

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And finally, this fine piece by Joe Hargrave on that stupid on again, off again, on again International Koran Burning Day scheduled for this weekend:

The Bible Is Now Trash; The Koran Is Still Sacred, Though

The Bible Is Now Trash; The Koran Is Still Sacred, Though by Joe Hargrave

I was going to say something about the Koran burning scheduled to take place on 9/11. When I first heard about it, I had the same reaction many Americans did: this is a reckless provocation. It is heartless and insensitive in a religiously plural republic. Someone should try to talk some sense in to the pastor. And while I still believe all of those things, I have to say that given what I read this morning, I’m really having a har … Read More

via The American Catholic

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