Amillennialist

Falsely equating Islam with Christianity? Now that’s "egregious stupidity."

In Christ vs. Allah, Justification, moral relativism, The truth about Islam on November 27, 2009 at 1:10 AM

From here:

Great, more Jesusnazi horse[deleted]. Thankfully, Choadette McJesusstein won’t get the cash and this [deleted] will be relegated to the trash can where it most rightfully belongs.

I can’t wait until my grandchildren look back at history at religion and ask “People actually believed that egregious stupidity?”

Don’t murder.

Don’t commit adultery.

Don’t steal.

Don’t lie.

Don’t want what belongs to another.

Love your neighbor as yourself.

Love your enemies.

The foundation of Western Civilization and its advances in the sciences, law, morality, music, art, and literature.

You call that “egregious stupidity,” and you hope your children do too.

You’ve made any sardonic reply on my part superfluous.

Well-played.

And to those equating falsely “all religions” — especially Islam and Christianity — let’s see if you’re able to discern any contrast between Christ and Muhammad.

According to eyewitnesses of both men (as recorded in each religion’s authoritative texts):

Christ spoke only the truth, committed no sin, healed the sick, raised the dead, died for the sins of the whole world, and resurrected. He commanded His people to love even their enemies, just as He prayed for those who murdered Him.

On the other hand, Muhammad committed genocide, pedophilia, rape, mutilation, slavery, theft, extortion, deception, and blasphemy and commanded his followers to do the same, claiming “allah made me do it.”

In other words, Christ overcame sin, death, and the devil by His own precious blood, but the criminally-insane Muhammad “sacralized” the violation of all Ten Commandments and the Golden Rule.

Even suicidally-ignorant, anti-Christian bigots should be able to pick out a difference or two there.

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