The Barnes Review, March/April 2016

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Volume XXII, Number 2


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THE VANISHING CHRISTIANS

By Ronald L. Ray. Where did Christianity start? The obvious answer is in the Mideast, in the immediate vicinity of the area ministered to by Jesus Christ. But too many of us Christians have forgotten the breadth of the outreach of the Prince of Peace and his followers. Christianity, 300 years after Jesus’s death, was the dominant religion in what is now Syria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Turkey, Iran, India, Central Asia and China. Today, most of these communities are all but extinct.

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    September_October_2015_CoversThe Barnes Review, March/April 2016: Jihad!  Islam & the West: Can We Co-exist?

    Volume XXII, Number 2


     Table of Contents

    THE VANISHING CHRISTIANS

    By Ronald L. Ray. Where did Christianity start? The obvious answer is in the Mideast, in the immediate vicinity of the area ministered to by Jesus Christ. But too many of us Christians have forgotten the breadth of the outreach of the Prince of Peace and his followers. Christianity, 300 years after Jesus’s death, was the dominant religion in what is now Syria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Turkey, Iran, India, Central Asia and China. Today, most of these communities are all but extinct.

    JOHN OF DAMASCUS ON ISLAM

    By Matthew Raphael Johnson, PH.D. St. John of Damascus was a Syrian monk and priest who lived from about A.D. 675 to 749. A defender of the worship of Christian icons, John was also a public servant in the employ of the caliph of Damascus. As such, his writings on Islam are a valuable source for what early Christians thought about Muslims and the prophet Muhammad.

    JEWISH DOMINATION OF EARLY EUROPE

    By William A. White. Although modern-day Jewish lobbyists are constantly kvetching about the treatment their ancestors received at the hands of Christians, little is allowed to be said about the crimes of Jews against Christians in history. Here the author discusses the role powerful Jewish interests played in the domination and subjugation of Europe in the Middle Ages, focusing on the reign of Louis IX.

    SERBIA VS. THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

    By Matthew Raphael Johnson, PH.D. Why are modern-day Eastern Europeans so bent on resisting the invasion of Muslim immigrants? Is it because they have had their own “Muslim problem” far longer than has, for instance, Germany or England? In this article, the author describes the battle for independence fought by the Serbians against their Ottoman overlords.

    BLAME WARMONGERS, NOT MUSLIMS

    By Marc Roland. Why are Muslims coming to Europe in droves? To steal our freedom? Could it also be because Western warmongers have completely destroyed multiple stable and prosperous Mideast Muslim nations? Here the author tells us why we should be blaming our leaders, not Muslims, for the Immigration invasion threatening Europe today.

    EUROPE’S IMMIGRATION CRISIS

    By Johannes Scharf. Unless you are walking blindfolded through life, you are aware of the massive numbers of Muslim immigrants entering Europe. But why are most Western politicians not telling the truth? Should this invasion continue, it spells the end of Europe as we know it. Here, a German citizen explains what is really happening.

    FINAL CALL: EUROPE ON THE BRINK

    By Arthur Kemp. The author, an expert on the history of Caucasians, discusses the options Europeans have to save the White race. Can we change the situation through the ballot box? Via a physical revolution? By starting our own White homeland? See what Kemp thinks the chances of success are for all these options.

    CREATING A EUROPEAN ETHNOSTATE

    By Arthur Kemp. If Whites were to create their own homeland, where would it be located and how would it be created? In the end, is it a fool’s dream or another viable option for our people?

    THE CHARACTER OF MUHAMMAD

    By John Tiffany. What is the truth about Muhammad, the prophet who created Islam? Did he invent a militarized religion to counter the spread of Christianity? Were his words and beliefs twisted after his death and then codified into a more militant Koran? What do we know about the man who has had as much influence on our world as any religious figure?

    THE SUNNI-SHIA DIVIDE

    By John Tiffany. Today, Muslims from the two major sects—Sunnite and Shiite—are at each other’s throats across the Middle East. But what is the difference between the two factions, and will they ever learn to live together in peace? John Tiffany fills us in.

    A HISTORY OF ISLAMIC JIHAD

    By Arthur Kemp. Politically correct types insist Islam is a religion of peace and love, and, admittedly, there are aspects of both in this expanding global religion. But when it comes to proselytizing members of other faiths, is it always by the sword?

    FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE:

    Personal/Editorial: The Kalergi plan • The Aryan Nestorians • Israel’s demographic marvel • Slave raid empties city • History You May Have Missed • Revisionists in the News • Letters to the Editor • Willis Carto laid to rest.

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