Ours is not a God of desperation. The Almighty has no need to bless the terrorism perpetrated by Anders Breivik of Norwayfor (Oslo terrorist) the purpose of provoking a restoration of piety and Judeo-Christian civilization inEurope. However idealistic Mr. Breivik’s motives may have been, he adopted methods more akin to King Herod’s than to the deeds of Charles Martel and other historical heroes lauded in Breivik’s manifesto.
The massacre in Oslo was more comparable to the mass infanticide in Bethlehem(Matthew 2:16-18) in that both atrocities were inflicted on innocent victims for reasons of state. Herod’s act of terrorism was committed in order to keep the Herodian Dynasty on the throne, whereas Breivik’s stated motive was to help saveEurope.
Although revolution against the postmodern regimes in Europe might be justifiable at some point, immoral solutions can be way worse than the malady. Examples would include vigilante-like actions, backed by no respectable authority.
The cruelty which Breivik tries to justify in his manifesto is but one of many dreadful byproducts of the polarization afflicting Euro-American society in this, the postmodern era. Postmodernism has proved to be a curse in a host of ways.
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