ISIS Chief Abu-Bakr al-Baghdadi just got called out by an American pastor.
“It is time someone is calling these evil tools of Satan out, instead of cowering in the tent as the army of Israel did when taunted by Goliath,” declared the Reverend Bill Keller in an interview with WND.
What is the challenge? The same challenge the Prophet Elijah had when he confronted the 450 prophets of Baal in the Bible. Bill Keller says:
I will come to Iraq, Syria, any location you desire. We will each take an unblemished animal, cut that animal into pieces, put those pieces on wood, but not set fire to the wood. Once prepared, you have one hour’s time to call on Allah to rain down fire on your offering. If at the end of that hour Allah has still not answered your pleas, I will call upon the one true God of the Bible … not just to bring down fire on my offering, but yours as well.
If your god Allah does not answer you … you will resign as the leader of ISIS. You will retire from your life of terror. You will encourage your followers to live in peace and I will be free to return to the United States.
If your god Allah answers your pleas by fire [and] my God does not, I will renounce the Christian faith, and you’re free to kill me or do whatever you like.
In the Biblical account, the prophet Elijah’s sacrifice was consumed by fire, although the entire altar had been soaked with water, whereas the Baal prophets failed to have their sacrifice consumed–although they cried out to their god and cut themselves. When the false nature of the prophets was observed, they were killed by the people of Israel at Elijah’s command. False prophecy was considered a death sentence under Hebrew law.
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Now a Christian pastor has called out the ISIS ringleader to prove that Allah is really all he says he is.
What do you think of the pastor’s challenge to the head of ISIS?