Christians must fight this Stasi-style persecution

Apr 21, 2019 by

by Julian Mann, TCW:

SET in 1984, the 2006 film The Lives of Others begins by pointing out that the Stasi, the secret police in Communist East Germany, had 100,000 employees and 200,000 informants.

That number of personnel stands to reason. The Stasi needed all those gumshoes and snoops because Marxism, being a doctrine motivated by hatred, supremely of Christianity, necessarily enforces itself by fear.

So no thinking person should be surprised by the recent spate of persecution of Christians marked by this Stasi-like combination of commissars and informants. This is happening especially in British educational institutions, dominated as they are now by cultural Marxists.

Currently awaiting a ruling by the Court of Appeal, Felix Ngole, a former Sheffield University social work student, was thrown off his course for stating his conviction during a Facebook debate in 2015 that ‘the Bible and God identify homosexuality as a sin’.

Mr Ngole could be fairly criticised for failing to make the distinction between homosexual orientation, which can be viewed as a temptation and therefore not sinful, and homosexual practice, which according to the Bible is.

But the anonymous informant who successfully got the university authorities to punish Mr Ngole would certainly have gone for him even if he had specified ‘homosexual practice’ as sinful.

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