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Jesus being killed, a fact of history

PursecutionEdit

Remember the words I spoke to you, said the Lord:

"No servant is greater than his master. If they persecuted me, they will persecute you also." John 15:20

Early pursecution.Edit

After Jesus died, and was resurrected, a wave of pursecution broke out in israel, and faithful Christians fled the city of jerusalem. After rome destroyed the city, the roman empire continued its pursecution of the Christians. It was not the first time Christians were pursecuted and it would also not be the last.

Modren day pursecutionEdit

Since Christ had prophesied persecution would come to his faithfull servant, we the Templar Church are not surprised, that this is now occuring in arab dominated nations. [1] And in lesser forms it might even be found among secular dominated nations, as these try to restrict freedom of speech and freedom of religion. This lesser form of pursecution, we the Templar Kingdom, try to combat by means of using the law, by making sure these goverment make laws protecting our rights of freedom of religion. [2]

SelfdefenceEdit

Even though a christian is told not to fight evil with evil, defending ones rights by proper use of the law, is within his God given right.  

"But when the Jews objected, I was compelled to appeal to Caesar..." Acts 28:19

Also, if one is being attacked physically, without provocation, a Christian has the right to defend himself and his household from harm. Not only are we to take care of our life. We have an obligation to preserve the life of other people. Psalm 82:4 even cites an obligation to protect those who are in danger:

"Rescue the weak and needy; Deliver them out of the hand of the wicked." Psalm 82:4'

Christianophobia / ChristophobiaEdit

Coptic-christians

Christianophobia/Christophobia is a generaly accepted term that refers to, hatred towards, prejudice against, or irrational fear of Christians, eventhough some people do not consider it a real thing and scoff at the seriousness of it. Also out of fear of displeasing arabs finding info about christophobia or christianophobia on search engins is being made real hard and talking about the subject is by arabs seen as "racisism".

In 2013, the Templar Kingdom and the Templar Church, defined Christianophobia and Christophobia as the "fear and dislike of all Christians (no matter which denomination of Christianity is being singled out, or all as a whole) as well as hatred or dread of Christianity", stating that it also refers to the practice of discriminating against, and persecuting of, Christians by excluding them from the economic, social, and public life in izlamic dominated nations. The concept also encompasses the opinion that Christianity has no values in common with the sjarie·ja law, is inferior to izlam and is a political ideology in opposition to the religion of the arab countires.

Christianophobia is recognized as a form of intolerance alongside xenophobia and antisemitism by the Templar Kingdom and the Templar Church in 2013. It adopted a declaration to combat "genocide, ethnic cleansing, racism, Christophobia, Christianophobia and xenophobia, and to combat all forms of racial discrimination and intolerance related to this."

Some scholars of the social sciences consider it a form of racism, although this is debated, but this is controversial. Because Christians are found among all races, nations, continents and languages.

A perceived trend of increasing Christianophobia and Christianophobic incidents during the 2000s has been attributed by obververs to the decreasing presence of Christians in the arab world. Although the term Christianophobia is widely recognized and used, both the term and the underlying concept have been widely ignored and criticized by the arab world.

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