Nuggets from "Judgment Day: Islam, Israel, and the Nations" by Dave Hunt |

Hunt, Dave

Nuggets from “Judgment Day: Islam, Israel, and the Nations” by Dave Hunt

In Romans:3:21-26, Paul, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, explains how a just God could forgive sinners. Here, as elsewhere, the Bible declares that Christ paid the penalty for our sins and that we merely need to accept His payment in our place. If that is true, the conscience has a legitimate basis for peace – and if not true, then we must spend eternity paying that penalty ourselves in hell. There is no other alternative.

The jihad “martyr,” however, believes that his blood pays for his sins, even though in his death he sent others to hell. His shattered remains are not washed or dressed but buried just as he died. His blood will thus presumably testify to Allah that he is worthy of entering Paradise because he sacrificed his life to kill others. Every conscience is repelled by such perversion! Israel does not return the mutilated bodies to their families because that would give occasion for parading the remains and arousing even more fanaticism at the funeral. Israel, however, claims that it gives each of them a genuine Muslim burial.