The Death Of Christendom: The Slow And Painful Destruction Of Christian Civilization


Christendom (Christianitas or Corpus Christianorum) was a term that signified nations unified by belief and creed within the Catholic Church. The breakdown of Christendom began in 1054, when the Eastern Church split from Rome, and the Pope and the patriarch of Constantinople mutually excommunicated each other. From that time onwards, Christians under Rome were severed from Christians under Constantinople in Russia, the Balkans and the Greek archipelago, and thus formed western Christendom. The East-West Schism of 1054 was amongst the marks beginning Christendom’s death.

By Theodore Shoebat and Walid Shoebat The life of Israel is the life of Christendom. As Israel once broke apart — with Judah and Israel splitting — so Christendom broke apart, with the Avignon cont…

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Why Professing Christ Is Becoming a ‘Hate Crime’ in the West

It appears that those of us in the West that are not afraid to call Islam evil are coming under fire for such rebukes. Becoming the “Hater’s”.  Yet when the progressive movement in the West can defame our Christian heritage and symbols and claim “free speech”, they receive no such violation of law. The time is now to take back our culture and be proud of our heritage. Stop allowing these haters of Christ to get the upper hand.

First a definition: “dhimmitude,” which was coined by the late Christian president of Lebanon, Bashir Gemayel, and popularized by writer Bat Ye’or, is a neologism based on the Arabic word, dhimmi — that is, a non-Muslim (generally a Christian or Jew) who falls under Islamic rule and, as a price for maintaining his religion, accepts an inferior social standing. Simply put, the dhimmi must know his or her place and never rock the boat, including by seeking equal rights with Muslims.