Gods and Monsters

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Darren Aronofky’s $130 million movie “Noah” is out, and what better way to celebrate than to remind everyone of that story’s continuing relevance?

2012 – Hurricane Sandy

“…the judgment is for the government promoting homosexual ‘marriage’ as an ordinance. Once a nation legalizes sin, like abortion and homosexual “marriage”: that nation falls under the direct judgment of the Holy God of Israel. God does not destroy a nation right away but first warns.”

John McTernan

Founder, Defend and Proclaim the Faith ministries

(As quoted by Roger Talley in an article for examiner.com)

2005 – Hurricane Katrina

“Although the loss of lives is deeply saddening, this act of God destroyed a wicked city,” stated Repent America director Michael Marcavage. “From ‘Girls Gone Wild’ to ‘Southern Decadence,’ New Orleans was a city that had its doors wide open to the public celebration of sin. From the devastation may a city full of righteousness emerge,” he continued.

From Repent America’s press release.

2004 – Indian Ocean Tsunami

“These great tragedies and collective punishments … are Allah’s punishments of the people of these countries, even if they are Muslims. We know that at these resorts, which unfortunately exist in Islamic and other countries in South Asia, and especially at Christmas, fornication and sexual perversion of all kinds are rampant. The fact that it happened at this particular time is a sign from Allah. It happened at Christmas, when fornicators and corrupt people from all over the world come to commit fornication and sexual perversion. That’s when this tragedy took place, striking them all and destroyed everything. It turned the land into wasteland, where only the cries of the ravens are heard. I say this is a great sign and punishment on which Muslims should reflect.”

Sheik Fawzan Al-Fawzan

Member, Senior Council of Clerics, Saudi Arabia

(As reported on religioustolerance.org)

 

 

 

 

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