Error, indeed, is never set forth in its naked deformity, lest, being thus exposed, it should at once be detected. But it is craftily decked out in an attractive dress, so as, by its outward form, to make it appear to the inexperienced (ridiculous as the expression may seem) more true than the truth itself. - Irenaeus

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Beware of Dogs?

When apostle Paul wrote to the Philippians "Beware of the dogs, beware of the evil workers, beware of the false circumcision"(Phil. 3:2) he was referring first to the Jews who were persecuting Christians attempting to persuade them that they needed to be circumcised. This was a clear reference to Psalm 22:16-20 which is a prophetic picture of the crucifixion of Christ where they cast lots for his garment. Paul was also alluding, in a broader sense, to any persecuters of the gospel. The song Mahound Dog from the CD "Beware of Dogs" plays on this theme in reference to Islam. Download at Rhapsody, Spotify, iTunes, iMusica, Napster. The music video with Mahound Dog as soundtract was removed from Youtube because it stirred up the dogs. It can now be viewed at

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