McFarland: Post-Christian Europe still stands a chance

Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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Chad Groening, Billy Davis (OneNewsNow.com)

German migrantsA Christian apologist says Christianity once saved the European continent from Islam – and it can do it again.

Europe was saved from Islam in the Middle Ages, though Europe is experiencing an invasion of the violent religion today, says Christian apologist Dr. Alex McFarland.

He makes that observation to OneNewsNow after the March 22 terrorist attack in London that left four dead and 40 injured – just steps from Parliament.

Nice (France) truck terror attack July 2016"We need a revival of Christianity in our day," says McFarland, "because basically atheism or Islam will be our future if there's not a spread and a shoring up of Christianity."

Europe, in fact, has experienced a post-Christian era for decades at the same time liberal, non-religious Europeans attempt to make peace with Islamists in their midst.

suspects in Brussels attack March2016OneNewsNow has recounted how Muslim refugees numbering more than a million have flooded Europe in recent years, drawn by generous public benefits and liberal travel laws that ignore national borders. 

How is that working out so far?

Authorities in Great Britain looked the other way for years while Muslim migrants sexually assaulted young girls in the city of Rotherham, even instructing whistle blowers to ignore the reports.

Germany authorities covered up New Year's Eve sexual assaults that numbered more than 1,000, and political leaders responded to those attacks by passing a "no means no" rape law.


Left-wing media outlets continue to scoff at claims of "no-go" zones in Europeans cities – but the camera crews and Swedish police officers who are assaulted are reporting otherwise.  

"Many in Western academia and Western politics love to say that this is not the true nature of Islam, that Islam is really about peace and that these acts of terrorism are anomalies," says McFarland. "But really the Muslims who carry out the acts of terrorism are the faithful Muslims."

Americans should be thankful, he adds, that President Donald Trump acknowledges the threat of radical Islamic terrorism.

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