By: Susan Bea Good
Anthony Riggs had a good heart, he was drawn to help the needy. His widow calls him, “A loving man, and a good person with animals…he didn’t deserve to die the way that he did.”
Tony was ripped to death by the “refugee” he took into his home. He was unaware that the Rottweiler he just adopted was not safe. He should have known there was a risk, as the breed tops the list of dangerous canine dispositions. An abused Rot is the most threatening of all! Instead of destroying the potentially deadly dog, a Tennessee animal shelter declared this canine to be vetted for family interaction.
Since its inception the ideology called Islam has promulgated hatred, bigotry, perversion, and death, by its adherents, the Muslims. Islam’s holy book, the Quran, is an instruction manual on the subjugation and destruction of all opposing cultures. Mohammad (may he be doused in pig fat and burn in hell for all eternity), the prophet of the false god named Allah, codified the inhumane behavior exemplified to this day by his followers.
When a dog is raised with abuse it rarely recovers. Unable to adapt, it can never be guaranteed “safe” for integration into family-home life. Sadly, but often necessary, animals in this situation are put down, as a safety precaution for other living creatures in their vicinity.
Like the abused Rottweiler, a Muslim raised in ideological Islamic terror rarely integrates. Unless the Islamist is converted to Christianity he can never be guaranteed “safe” within proximity of the civilized world. Jesus Christ is able to make the Muslim a “new creature.” Jesus is the only hope for the tormented members of Islam.
Abused Rottweilers and unregenerate Muslims…the comparison is too eerie. The dog may not survive, but the man has hope for new life because of Jesus the Christ who paid the penalty for sin, even the sin of the Muslim!
“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.” (2 Corinthians 5:17/ESV)
This blogger’s purpose is to encourage Christ-followers to see God’s Big Picture and be a part of it. Adonai Eloheinu!