Arash Najaf-Zadeh Critiques European New Right from a Shi’a Muslim Perspective, Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Iran’s Islamic Revolution__on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio

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  1. Vince

    It strikes me that the crux of the problem in getting people to believe something is really just the failure to convince them of the reality/truth of what you are saying!

    There’s a major difference between believing something and “believing in” something. People can readily believe that the world is going to hell in a handbasket but do they want to put their faith in that belief?

    We might believe that demonology is a fact or at least most likely true but do we wish to believe IN demons?

    Leaders, who ask or demand that their followers believe IN them are really issuing a call for help. If they aren’t convincing their followers of their own rightness by being able to set an example and answer questions of doubt with ease they’ve actually lost their own goal of being leaders and start to become dictators. To tell others that they MUST believe you and/or believe in you is to ask for blind faith from them. It’s a “trust me -or else” statement to them.

    I think of the words of Jesus who said, (John 14:11) “Believe me that I am in the Father, and the Father in me: or else believe me for the very works’ sake.” He was offering his followers the OPTION NOT to believe in him if they believed that the work, the goal, the agenda that he was preaching … was worth committing to, even if they couldn’t believe completely in his own invulnerability.

    It might be helpful if we can differentiate truthfulness from usefulness when committing to any particular ideology. What good is the ideology actually achieving in practical terms? If it’s DOING a lot of good then it’s likely worth committing to because you are convinced and believe in it!

    #44550
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