Jesus = Terrorist?

“The Christian Church overwhelmingly — there are exceptions — who choose to call Mohammed a terrorist. They could call Jesus a terrorist too. I mean, he was pretty tough on money lenders a time or two.”

Yes, I suppose driving merchants and money changers (Not money lenders, mind you! My bible tells me he dined with tax collectors and money lenders.) out of a house of worship is as horrible and evil as hijacking planes and crashing them into buildings, eh? (Link via instapundit. Oh, and someone else said it first. And sang it, too.)

He was oppressed, and he was afflicted,

yet he opened not his mouth;

like a lamb that is led to the slaughter,

and like a sheep that before its shearers is silent,

so he opened not his mouth.

Does that sound like a terrorist to you?


  1. sarge says:

    did i see lightning?

  2. vis10n says:

    Although I wouldn’t go so far as to call Him a terrorist, His teachings were certainly revolutionary… and considering the political climate of the day, His “movement” must have struck fear into the hearts of the establishment. And that, of course, is the sould of terrorism: striking fear into the heart of the establishment.

    Of course, we should have the same difficulty tieing Islam to terrorism as we do tieing Christianity to it, but sadly the world at-large is woefully under-educated on the matter.

  3. some people just have the logic of a jackass but the natural man receiveth not the things of God, and calls them foolish

  4. vis10n says:

    “soul of terrorism”