Timothy McVeigh Was Never A Christian Extremist

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Very important – Often on TV when they show Muslims speaking out against Christian Fundamentalist terrorism, they are telling you lies. I decided to look this up myself: Often I hear Muslims always mention Timothy McVeigh when talking about Christian terrorists. I wanted to find out more about which church he went to since he was supposed to be a Christian fundamentalist. If you look up his bio, he was born and raised as a Roman Catholic and left it calling himself as agnostic and saying his god was science. As for the abortion clinic killers. A total of 8 have been killed in the USA and the last one was in 2009. The bible does not say to kill these people so this is not Christian fundamentalism. The bible says to love your enemy. So to compare this to today’s Islamic terrorism which is hundreds of thousands of people worldwide who want to kill and are training to kill infidels based on quranic teachings, then it is unfair and it is a lie from the Muslim apologetics speeches of moderate muslims.

Excerpt from Wikipedia

McVeigh was a registered Republican when he lived in Buffalo, New York, in the 1980s, and had a membership in the National Rifle Association while in the military,but may have voted for Libertarian Party candidate, Harry Browne, in the 1996 presidential elections. McVeigh was raised Roman Catholic.  During his childhood, he and his father attended Mass regularly. McVeigh was confirmed at the Good Shepherd Church in Pendleton, New York, in 1985. In a 1996 interview, McVeigh professed belief in “a God”, although he said he had “sort of lost touch with” Catholicism and “I never really picked it up, however I do maintain core beliefs. “In the 2001 book American Terrorist, McVeigh stated that he did not believe in Hell and that science is his religion. In June 2001, a day before the execution, McVeigh wrote a letter to the Buffalo News identifying himself as agnostic. Before his execution, McVeigh took the Catholic sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick.


Also see this one which doesn’t mention that he was a Christian and did it for any Christian purpose. http://www.fbi.gov/…/famous-cases/oklahoma-city-bombing


I like the courage of Phil Robertson who was mentioned by Muslims but I don’t agree with him on all Christian points.  He is a Church of Christ church and I am an Independent Fundamental Baptist.

As far as Phil Robertson saying we should kill ISIS Muslims, I don’t agree with him in the way he presented it. We shouldn’t force conversion or kill them as Phil says. This is doing the same thing as Muslims! The American military as well as the military from other countries should do a rescue mission and strike ISIS from the air. If they invade our country on the ground, we should defend ourselves even if by force with guns from an enemy invasion because the goal of ISIS is to convert or kill people. All Americans who fight for ISIS should not be allowed back in the country and their supporters should be warned with deportation and they should be imprisoned if they have funded them. The mosques that support terrorist groups should close if they are 501c3 status. I’m not the president and our president can’t make a decent decision on his own. I am a nobody but I do know when someone is misrepresenting Christians.


original post from 9-5-2014


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