Hellish 2050


In my experience of discussing Islam with Christians, I’ve found they broadly fall into three categories:

  1. Those who are well aware of Islam and its evil teachings – and that something needs to be done about it.
  2. Those who are well aware of Islam and the associated evils, but who believe that it is God's judgement on the UK that we become Islamised.
  3. Those who are in denial.


In greater detail:

1. Christians who are well aware of Islam and its evil teachings - and that something needs to be done about it. It would help if this group did not hide their own light under a bushel! There are some brave Christians who do speak out about Islam, but their words of knowledge and experience all too often fall on barren ground. And there are some clergy who do know the problem all too well but will never discuss it publicly. Surely if such Christians seek to live by the example of Jesus, they have a duty to speak out publicly? Jesus himself was bold and outspoken when dealing with hypocrites.


2. Christians who are well aware of Islam and the associated evils, but who believe that it is God's judgement on the UK that we become Islamised. This category of Christians is rather useless. They know the magnitude and the horror of the problem but will do absolutely nothing to avert it. It seems they are using this as an excuse, so that they can sit back and do nothing – which they do while maintaining an air of disdain for those who do in fact speak out. Maybe they also think that by not being overly critical, they are somehow helping to protect persecuted Christians in majority Muslim countries. This would be misguided, however; they will simply succeed in being ignored.


3. Christians who are in denial. This group is useless too – though there is potential for saving them from their state of ignorance by those of us who do care. They usually subscribe to the idea of tolerance towards Islam, inter-faith dialogue, and so on. Do they not see that by tolerating Islam so much, they are in fact enabling it to strengthen? Islam denies Christ, and indeed has been anti-Christ from its very beginnings, and always will be. Those Christians who support Islam in this way are themselves helping to put nails into the body of Jesus. By permitting anti-Christ passages from the Koran to be chanted in Anglican cathedrals in the UK, they have, in effect, given up on the core beliefs of Christianity and are helping to form some strange melding of Christianity and Islam. A chimera, a strange mythical beast which cannot really exist. Islam will ultimately dominate over any such hybridisation attempts.



As far as I am aware, the term "Chrislam" was first used by G.K. Chesterton. See the BEER! page.

There is a helpful article here: 

 The Chrislam Deception

Quote from this article:

In recent years the merger of Christianity and Islam, “Chrislam”, has now reached the level in the UK that it has become part of mainstream Christianity and culture. It is more well-known as Inter Faith in the UK, and fully embraced by the church and state. I truly believe that we celebrated our last traditional Christmas and Easter many years ago in the UK. For many years evangelical Christians have been warning of a deceptive doctrine and growing movement that has been slowly emerging over the last two decades.


Here is an attempt to wake up the Church to the harsh truth about Islam. In the form of a booklet:



This collection of short essays explores the sensitive topic of Islam, and its relation to Christianity. Through discussion of areas such as the life and claims of Mohammed, the history of Islam, through to modern-day conflicts with human rights, it aims to lift the lid on this very emotive subject and stimulate debate in the Church and the wider world on what is clearly one of the most pressing issues of the day.


This booklet is available via: Gentle Knight Publications


It is essential that the Church is alerted to the serious threat of Islam and the evils associated with it. It seems bizarre that, with Christians around the world being murdered, more or less on a daily basis, due to Koranic teachings, that there is such apparent ignorance about Islam within the Church.

In an attempt to address this ignorance, a copy of Islam & Christianity has been sent to every Anglican Bishop in England, Wales, and Scotland. There are around 120 of them.

You can help with the task too. Please order copies of this booklet, and give a copy to your clergyman/woman, and to other Christians who you know. The pressure has to build up, such that this is no longer a taboo subject, and that it must be discussed openly, frequently, and above all it must be discussed honestly. Time is rapidly running out.