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DECEIT is the evangelistas’ middle name

Angry Muslim NGOs had a meeting yesterday with the Prime Minister at the PMO. They want him to be more stern in dealing with the evangelistas.

Malaysiakini 2014-01-31 11-08-24

Malaysiakini (30 Jan 2014): ‘Calm down, Najib tells Muslim NGOs‘ [and eat kangkung]

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Anak Si Hamid’s (ASH) blog has a latest posting which exposes the super sneaky deception being carried out by the deceitful evangelical movement.

I’m excerpting below a few passages from the article, written by Aunty Ash’s husband Iain Buchanan, titled ‘What’s in a word? The context of the “Allah Controversy”.’

Buchanan writes that the Christian Word Industry is “enormous and as well-funded”.

According to him:

“Evangelicals have been translating the Bible into native languages for centuries, so when it comes to manipulating words, they know only too well what they are doing.  Unfortunately, such people also have a lengthy track record of destroying (and at the very least subverting) non-Christian cultures — and using deception in the process.  So, in the wider world, it is understandable that non-Christians are suspicious of Christians when the words they use seem to be of ambiguous intent.”

(Bold red emphasis throughout is this blogger’s)

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Note that the Chinese Church is targetting Muslim children (see above).

The Decepticons

Buchanan, who is a published author, explains what the Christian Word industry is all about.

He says evangelicals, by definition, “have a subversive agenda:  they seek to change how the rest of the world thinks and acts, to assert the hegemony of their own beliefs — and to do this at all costs, in whatever way feasible, through deception if necessary”.

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What kind of people are they?

They are chameleons who have no qualms in carrying out deceit.

“Indeed, deception is intrinsic to the evangelization process. It has to be, simply because people will always resist having their most fundamental beliefs destroyed,” writes Buchanan.

“And so to overcome this problem, among the many thousands of cultures that they target, evangelicals devised an elaborate programme of approach, penetration, and persuasion – in which deception is justified in terms of divine calling,” Buchanan adds.

In fact I personally would go as far as to say that this ‘deception’ derives from the cornerstone of the evangelista’s duplicitous nature.

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Evangelista pandai bermuka-muka

Two-faced double-dealing

Nonetheless the evangelical public speakers, and this most certainly includes the DAP politicians in our own backyard, have mastered the art of appearing disingenuous especially among the Malays who are always praying that one day Hannah (& Nie Ching & Guan Eng & Kian Ming) akan dikurniakan hidayah untuk memeluk Islam.

Nonetheless even though the PAS people are taken in by the Dap evangelistas’ tanam tebu di tepi bibir ploy, the angry Muslim NGOs are not.

BELOW: Isma president Abdullah Zaik Abdul Rahman

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If even ‘Allah’ they want to steal

… what else are they not capable of doing?

Needless to say, the evangelistas will deny, deny, deny everything as they are wont to do.

Instead they cleverly cloak their intentions with United Colours of Benetton words and phrases like love, love, love, neighbourliness, brotherhood …

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Below is Buchanan’s take on how the evangelists slickly portray their evangelism in Muslim countries:

“They would prefer the rubric of ‘mutual respect’  and ‘peaceful coexistence’, dressed in the emollient phrase, the smiling assurance, the earnest plea; they would prefer to disarm the opposition with words. The record shows a rather different picture.

“These are just two examples of a well-coordinated push against Islam, promoted by a cross-section of Christian denominations ( from Catholic to Pentecostalist ), and defined by a mix of evangelical fervour, political imperative, and wholesale deceit. Key to the entire process is the work of thousands of ‘Insider Movements‘ operating within the theory of the ‘C1-C6 Contextualization Scale‘.

The examples of the well-coordinated push in Muslim evangelization cited by Buchanan are the “systematic campaign to undermine both Islam’s spiritual power and its political influence” by the global church.

Buchanan also mentions the role of the Fuller College / Fuller Seminary moving the global evangelical movement in this regard.

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As a side note, it should be mentioned that Malaysia’s National Evangelical Christian Fellowship has close links with Fuller Theological Seminary — see the NECF networking with Fuller (pdf: NACC newsletter). Among the Fuller alumni are some big names of the local Christian leadership.

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7 thoughts on “DECEIT is the evangelistas’ middle name

  1. Not all who would call themselves Christians are true followers of Jesus the Messiah (peace be upon him), just as it applies to adherents of any other religion, unfortunately. But Allah Most Merciful sometimes open unexpected channels for the fellowship of the sincere ones. May Allah forgive us all, and light our way with guidance, and protect us from deviation.

    The first ever Islamic liberal arts college, the “Zaytuna College” has recently been blessed with the acquisition of a new building in the vicinity of UC Berkeley, previously occupied by Franciscan monks.

    “The Inception of Zaytuna at Holy Hill, Berkeley”:

    [YouTube]

    * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
    “After the tour, we gathered in a beautiful classroom with natural light streaming through its many windows and its large glass doors opening to a courtyard. As Imam Zaid spoke a few words, I noticed something: a Catholic icon on the wall that appeared to be a monk embracing a man in a robe and turban. Knowing the 13th century story of St. Francis of Assisi during the Crusades, when he crossed enemy lines to meet al-Malik al-Kamil, the nephew of Salah al-Din and the Ayyubid Sultan of Egypt, I wondered if this icon on the wall depicted that meeting. After Imam Zaid finished speaking, I went up for a closer look, and lo and behold, written in Arabic below the picture were the words, “Walhamdulillahi rabbil-‘alamin” (Praise be to God, the Lord of the worlds). Indeed, the picture was a rare portrait of St. Francis embracing the Ayyubid ruler, showing both enveloped in a heart with flames of brotherly love emanating from it. All of us present felt this was a faith-increasing portent of the momentous occasion. It was as if Zaytuna College, now surrounded by Christian and other religious colleges on Holy Hill, was being embraced with respect and dignity as a member of the spiritual family. It was as if the founder of the Franciscan order himself, through the image on the wall, was welcoming us to continue the work he had initiated in his own time, with his own faith. For when the Christian world had lost its way with the bloody Crusades, St. Francis set out, through service, learning, and love, to restore spiritual sanity to a world gone mad with religiously-inspired violence. His legacy includes the well-known prayer of peace, the meanings of which could just as easily have been uttered by one of the great spiritual luminaries of Islam:

    “Lord, make me an instrument of Your peace
    Where there is hatred, let me sow love
    Where there is injury, pardon
    Where there is error, truth
    Where there is doubt, faith
    Where there is despair, hope
    Where there is darkness, light
    And where there is sadness, joy.”

    “O, Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek
    To be consoled as to console
    To be understood as to understand
    To be loved as to love
    For it is in giving that we receive
    It is in pardoning that we are pardoned
    And it is in dying that we are born again to eternal life.”

    Sincerely,
    Hamza Yusuf
    President, Zaytuna College

  2. Mara bina ‘bandar Melayu’ di Subang

    KUALA LUMPUR 30 Jan. – Majlis Amanah Rakyat (Mara) sedang membina sebuah perbandaran baharu yang menempatkan majoriti usahawan dan komuniti Melayu serta bumiputera di Subang, Selangor.

    Bandar baharu dengan nilai pembangunan kasar (GDV) lebih RM1 bilion dan berkeluasan 20 hektar terletak di persekitaran Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah.

    Ketua Pengarah Mara, Datuk Ibrahim Ahmad berkata, daripada jumlah itu, lapan hektar akan dibangunkan untuk pusat pengajian tinggi manakala selebihnya untuk pusat komersial.

    ”Kita juga akan membangunkan Malaysia Institute of Aviation Technology (MIAT) di kawasan itu di samping kemudahan ruang pejabat dan peruncitan,” kata beliau.

    Beliau berkata demikian kepada pemberita selepas menghadiri majlis menandatangani perjanjian persefahaman (MoU) di antara Mara dan SME Bank Bhd. (SME Bank), di sini hari ini.

    Artikel Penuh: http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/Korporat/20140131/ko_01/Mara-bina-bandar-Melayu-di-Subang#ixzz2rxkNnzMO
    © Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd

    P.S

    I told you so…

  3. ‘deception…’ The very reason why I call them liars in the first place.

    And as for their sheeps I foresee nothing would stop them from salahkan UMNO with EBU’s mantra except till turunnya Nabi Isa alahissalam to set the record straight.

  4. The dapster-evangelists here are not just deceitful in proselytizing but they put Machiavelli to shame.

    Here’s an example. They say that they are doing their utmost to ensure that Malaysians are not divided, sampai LKS siap tulis 3, not 1, not 2 tapi 3 pucuk surat terbuka untuk menggesa kerajaan agar berkerjasama dengan pihak pembangkang untuk memupuk perpaduan. Dan PM pun bersangka baik dan memberi jaminan akan mengambil berat isu perpaduan.

    And to show their appreciation of the PM’s gesture, they offered this video on CNY’s eve.

  5. Chinese people aren’t that dumb looking at Evangelist then why are there a minority falling for the trap? Seems it’s a cunning scheme deploy to test how strong bond between Malays, Chinese, Indian and other Malaysian citizens.

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