Frenetic Friday

Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:
All mimsy were the borogoves,
And the Frenetic Friday outgrabe.

So have you heard about that school in Kenya where 148 students were lined up and if they couldn’t recite the Lord’s prayer they were shot in the back of the head? Neither did I, but you know what this means yes it is a Religion of Peace update!

The latest is of course the Islāmic militants storming the school at Garissa University in Kenya and killing all those Christians. Now as I was listening to the latest Dividing Line I heard Dr. White say that what they were trying to do is make the Christian students say verses from the Koran if they couldn’t say them or if they prayed to Jesus to save them they were shot. (source)

Of course the White House had something to say about the attack.

Michelle and I join the American people in expressing our horror and sadness at the reports coming out of Garissa, Kenya. Words cannot adequately condemn the terrorist atrocities that took place at Garissa University College, where innocent men and women were brazenly and brutally massacred.  We join the world in mourning them, many of whom were students pursuing an education in the pursuit of a better life for themselves and their loved ones. They represented a brighter future for a region that has seen too much violence for far too long. We also commend the heroism of the responders who lost their lives in the selfless protection of the students and faculty.

I know firsthand the extraordinary resilience and fundamental decency of the people of Kenya. So I know that the people of Garissa and all of Kenya will grieve, but their determination to achieve a better and more secure future will not be deterred. And neither will the resolve of the United States. We will stand hand-in-hand with the Kenyan Government and people against the scourge of terrorism and in their efforts to bring communities together. This much is clear: the future of Kenya will not be defined by violence and terror; it will be shaped by young people like those at Garissa University College – by their talents, their hopes, and their achievements. This is a message I will relay to the Kenyan people when I visit Kenya in July. Even at this difficult hour, the Kenyan people should know they have an unwavering friend and ally in the United States of America.

Did you notice something missing?  Look carefully now can you see what is missing?  Well let me tell you.  The word Christian doesn’t appear in that statement at all. Because if they use the word Christian then they have to acknowledge something that has been obvious to the rest of us and that is the religious nature of the terrorist activity. (source)

But maybe there is a reason for all of this.  Coming from Charisma News:  Indonesia is one of the most Islāmic countries in the world with about 200 million or more Muslims.  Now comes news that every fifteen seconds a Muslim converts to Christianity which if true would make Indonesia a Christian country in a short time frame.  So the Muslims in Indonesia came up with a marketing strategy:

Moving from the Religion of the Peace to the latest religious freedom brouhaha.

RFRA four little letters that make liberals froth at the mouth.  As we all know Indiana is the latest state to pass this bill into law.  By the way have you read the law?  If not you can read the text here.

Sarah Torre at The Daily Signal has the True Facts About the Religious Freedom Laws.

Now this sounds like a conspiracy theory but the Catholic News Agency ask the question: Are wealthy US foundations paying to suppress religious freedom?

Don’t miss Albert Mohler’s article This is How Religious Liberty Dies–The New Rules of the Secular Left.


And we are going to put this last one under Evangelism.  Have you ever had a problem convincing someone that sin actually exists?  After all if sin doesn’t exist then there is no need for a Savior right?  R.C. Sproul answers this brilliantly.

And until you come galumphing back I bid you a frabjous day and Callooh! Callay!