Muslim conquest in Europe threatens Christianity

Judeo-Christian and Islamic religious systems can't be integrated because of the “vast contrast” between the two cultures

Europe is in the midst of a Muslim conquest, claims a leading Church leader.

The “alliance” between “left-liberal” globalists and expansionist Islamic radicalism is dangerous to Europe and Christian culture because both share the common goal of bringing down state borders, and eliminating national identity and sovereignty, Sándor Németh, founder of the Faith Church, said in an interview with Mandiner.hu.

Németh argues that only “superficial people” believe that Judeo-Christian and Islamic religious systems can be integrated because of the “vast contrast” between the two cultures.

“The Bible defines the fundamental problem of the universe completely differently – in sin, the solution of which is sacrifice. In the Old Testament, this is included in Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, and in the New Testament, it is embodied in the work of Jesus Christ as Saviour," he said.

He said in the interview that while being aware that the overwhelming majority of refugees are victims, “we are currently talking about the conquest of Europe” and the “islands of the modern-day caliphate”, referred to as no-go zones in the West, have already come into existence in western Europe.

He said that the future of Christianity is in its “most critical situation” in Europe, while Africa and the Americas are seeing “strong movements of religious renewal” and it has even broken through the barrier in several Asian countries where Christianity had no chance of centuries. “A dynamic Christianity is needed," he concluded.