Europe’s greatness depends on Christianity

By Tom Quiner

As Europeans turn away from Christianity, the void is being filled by Islam.

The Secular Humanism religion that has replaced Christianity in Europe is me-centered, and has bred a declining birth rate. The stagnant population growth isn’t producing enough workers, forcing Europe to import low priced labor from abroad, much of which embraces Islam.

Writer and editor, Thomas McDonald, asserts that Christianity made France great. He explains:

“All Europe and the secular west has been feeding like a vampire from that Christian heritage for two centuries without acknowledging that Christ is the wellspring of all our values and freedoms. Since that wellspring is the very living water Himself, it will never run dry, but the walls of the well are crumbling. Even the great cathedrals, built as living prayers in stone to last for centuries, are just piles of rock without faith, as the prayers that made them live fade into a distant echo. Europe is hollowed out, cherishing abstract notions and values without any transcendence or roots. It can’t survive long in this state without something breaking.”

The Charlie Hebdo murders are a wake up call for the non-Muslim world. Islam is very straight forward. Islam can not coexist with you. Muslims tell us that day after day with each successive mass murder. While we are shocked by their most recent carnage in Paris, the West ignores other killings around the world this week:

• Boko Haram killed at least ten women among 30 killed in a Nigerian village (January 5th).

• In Yemen, an al-Qaeda suicide bus bomber killed some 37 people, scattering their body parts (January 7th).

• In Afghanistan, two kids gathering firewood were killed by Taliban bombers (January 7th).

People are killed in the name of Allah on a daily basis, and yet American liberals insist that the folks doing all of this killing have nothing to do with Islam. These liberals are the same people quick to call a cop a racist who kills a black kid, apparently in self defense.

Why don’t they give a white cop the benefit of a doubt at the same time they give Islam the benefit of the doubt with each successive mass murder proudly committed in the name of Allah?




  1. digitaldiogenes on January 7, 2015 at 10:13 pm

    I would like a clearer explanation of what’s so great about Europe and why it’s because of Christianity. Because, looking back at history, European Christians have committed far worse atrocities than even ISIS has to date. And I’m hardly just talking about Roman Catholics and the inquisition. They have burned, tortured, and shed blood in the name of Jesus the world over.

    Also, the declining birth rate has absolutely nothing to do with secular humanism. It’s an extremely complex phenomenon that is taking place all over the developed world. Well, at least everywhere that “Christians” don’t control government policy on birth control and abortion. And it mostly has to do with how much it costs to raise a child in places like Japan, S. Korea, and Europe.

    And let me assure you that if Western Europe had to import cheap labor it would let in more Eastern Europeans like it’s done for centuries.

    Just like in America we have Mexico and Central America. And when the ruling class lets in immigrant labor it’s not because they don’t have enough home grown poor people. It’s to devalue their labor. That’s how it works.

    • digitaldiogenes on January 7, 2015 at 10:21 pm

      BTW, Europe does not have a shortage of labor whatsoever. Take a look at their unemployment, and GDP. One’s going up and the other keeps going down. It’s socialism remember? When a German born man is out of work he’s collecting money from the government. Why would they ship in a Libyan to do his job?

    • Steve Kirby on January 8, 2015 at 8:28 am

      Just because something is done “in the name of Jesus” doesn’t mean its supported by the teachings of Jesus. Show me where Jesus taught it is acceptable for Christians to torture and burn people?

      On the other hand, Islamic doctrine supports the following atrocities done by ISIS: beheading, crucifixion, killing women and children, torturing and killing prisoners, and enslaving non-Muslim women.

      The teachings and example of Muhammad also support the burning of people.

      And Islamic doctrine supports the killing of the French journalists for having the audacity to satirize Muhammad.

      If atrocities are committed by Christians, they are done in spite of the teachings of Jesus. If atrocities are committed by Muslims, they are done in accordance with the doctrines of Islam.

      • quinersdiner on January 8, 2015 at 9:06 am

        Thanks for your insights, Dr. Kirby. I recommend your book, “Islam according to Muhammad, not your neighbor.”

      • Shawn Pavlik on January 8, 2015 at 10:02 am

        I am a Christian, and understand that the Bible has many atrocities in it as well.

        Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. Some children made fun of a Elijah’s appearance so God sent a bear to eat them. Lot offered up his daughters for fornication so that his guests would not suffer. The old testament tells us to kill others for the crimes of working on the sabbath, being gay, cursing your parents, fornicating, not listening to priests, striking your parents, being a false prophet, worshipping false gods (dooms the entire town), blasphemy, being the son of a sinner, etc…

        The difference is that we no longer put people to death for such things. But it is hard to be critical of another’s holy book when yours is full of similar things.

        • quinersdiner on January 8, 2015 at 10:08 am

          Thanks, Shawn.

      • digitaldiogenes on January 8, 2015 at 8:05 pm

        To be honest Steve, I have no idea what the man known as Jesus of Nazareth would have considered acceptable. I never met him. His words were not written down until at least 50 years after he died, and then not by the people who were there, and not in the language he spoke. But you are absolutely correct that most “churches” bear no resemblance to the gospel of Christ whatsoever. In fact, the fundies I’ve attended quote Saul of Tarsus far more frequently than Christ or his apostles. Have you read either one of the Timothys? Pretty hateful stuff.

        What is abundantly clear is that religion is created by men, for their own power and control. Religious leaders who want to maintain control have to dispose of the competition. And do it in a way that the brainwashed masses can believe is “righteous”. These same men also need cannon fodder to fight their holy wars.

        So far, nobody has come up with any better false flag than the ego based notion of eternal hellfire and damnation/salvation. Are Muslim leaders better at getting young men to fight and die for them? Absolutely. Islam lends itself to violence like no other faith in history. But don’t make the mistake of believing that Christian leaders are not motivated by the same wicked impulses of self aggrandization and enrichment.

        However, you’re welcome to believe that there is only one path to God, or that anyone else can suffer for your sins. As for myself, I was not there at his conception, nor do I take for granted one single word in the bible or any other scripture.

        I place my faith in God and God alone. No prophet, preacher, or book will ever come between us. He gets jealous, you know?

  2. atimetoshare on January 8, 2015 at 7:51 am

    Looking back at history, it was the Muslims who instituted slave trading during the Ottoman empire. I wonder why so many who have roots in slavery are now worshipping a god that makes them slaves.

    • Steve Kirby on January 8, 2015 at 8:33 am

      Actually the Muslim slave trade was already going strong by the late 620’s AD, thanks to the Muslim battles. Muhammad himself owned, bought, sold, and gave away many a slave.

      • atimetoshare on January 8, 2015 at 4:34 pm

        I can’t understand how anyone can buy into this as a religion of peace.

        • quinersdiner on January 8, 2015 at 7:42 pm

          I’m not seeing it either.

  3. Steve Kirby on January 8, 2015 at 12:58 pm

    But there is a big difference Shawn. The statements you mention are from the Old Testament. They are historically interesting, but we follow the teachings of Jesus, found in the New Testament. Nowhere does Jesus tell us to kill others for working on the Sabbath, etc.

    Something similar happened with the Koran, except in reverse. The early verses “revealed” in Mecca tended to be peaceful and accommodating toward non-Muslims. But once the Muslims moved to Medina, the verses “revealed” became less tolerant of, and more hostile toward non-Muslims. The Meccan verses are still in the Koran because Muslims believe them to be the words of Allah. However, the Medinan verses now carry the weight (Doctrine of Abrogation). And it is in the Medinan verses where we find Allah’s commands to fight and kill non-Muslims.

    So one might make the general statement that the Bible and Koran are full of similar things, but the crucial distinction revolves around what the final words are. In the Bible we have the final covenant: the peaceful teachings of Jesus. In the Medinan verses of the Koran we have Allah’s final commands to the Muslims: fight and kill non-Muslims. No similarity there.

    • quinersdiner on January 8, 2015 at 1:23 pm

      Thanks for the clarification, Steve.

    • Shawn Pavlik on January 9, 2015 at 8:44 am

      Christ told us that He came not to change the law but to fulfill the law. (Matthew 5:17) What “law” was he talking about if not the Old Testament law?

      I am not disagreeing with you, but rather making the arguments non-Christians make that Christianity and the Christian God is are violent as well.