Brandon Smith is someone I know I should read more often. He is an excellent analyst and often accurate in predicting globalist trends. That said, he is also an atheist – I think. Does that matter? Not so much to me. If he is going to be a brother in Christ, he will be. I won’t wring my hands over it, my trust is in God Almighty. My observation here is merely to put things in perspective.
For one thing, I find his title courageous. As a Christian, I can easily state “there are fates far worse than death” because I am confident about what lies beyond. If Brandon is indeed, not a Christian, does this mean he believes his life will end in nothing? THAT would be a bid discerning to me. Even so, I suppose I could make a case for the statement even without the promise of eternal life.
The other thing is Brandon cannot see the spiritual reality in all of this. When one ceases to see the war as one among men and understands the greater spiritual aspect, the perspective changes dramatically. More on this in my next post.
All in all, it is a read worth of your time:
Brandon Smith “There Are Things Worth Fighting For, And Fates Far Worse Than Death”