greeney2 wrote:The paradox to this is these countries, do have the death penalty for these "crimes", I have no idea how Hxxx has the odasity to deny it just looking at Iran, Pakistan, Afganistan, its a long list, while in this country, we are powerless to stop the building of a Mosque in the WTC shadow. They have killed now over 12 of their own people, plus now several US servicemen, over a paper book. They can scream death to infidels from the highest building in the USA, without penalty. Anyone that can not see the difference isn't seeing reality.
Well if everyone is going to hell anyway, there's no point in anything.
Stories like this seem to be broadcast to inflame and further misunderstanding. Lookit those crazy muslims! (you know, that very small minority of them!) They're ALL like that. ... based on the actions of the few.
It's no surprise to see pot shots taken at Constitutionalists and Libertarians, considering the dogma subscribed to. Freedom of religion and speech has always been a thorn in the side of the religion of politics.
The truth is that organized religion is the one on the attack.
Ok, so you guys aren't very organized.
There are no similarities between Christianity and Islam. The two religions are polar opposites. The major tenant of Christianity is love your neighbor, and your enemy also. The major tenant of Islam is subdue your neighbor, make him convert or die.
hxxx, no one here buys your BS about how wonderful Islam is. Not when we can look at our daily news and see otherwise. You are either totally clueless about the religion you claim to have been born in, or you are a professional liar. I don't believe you are clueless.
Let's try this again.
What happens to someone who never converts to Christianity, like, after they die?
As drive by posts go, that was pretty weak, Guest.
You're absolutely right Greeney. All these idiots who keep claiming Islam is a religion of peace, are certainly not living in the real world. The apologists for Islam, like hxxx are incapable of admitting the inherent evil that was started by Muhammad.Halfabo
at1with0 wrote:If that's true then the decision to try to live a life as free of sin as possible, to be righteous, to find a purpose and abide by it, are all pointless.
greeney2 wrote:Orangetom, your quote addressed to me is not my statement, the quote is from Hxxx's post on page one. He is the one who said your quote, not me, and I also responded to his rant regarding that statement.
[color=#0040FF]Stories like this seem to be broadcast to inflame and further misunderstanding. Lookit those crazy muslims! (you know, that very small minority of them!) They're ALL like that. ... based on the actions of the few.
Get a clue Greeny2...this is happening all to much ..by a minority. And people are taking notice. They are taking notice sufficient to take a closer look at the actions of our own government in this. Sufficient for some to see our own government in bed with this system of "A Few."
Remember what is happening in Afghanistan...the actions of a few in burning the Korans.[/color]
at1with0 wrote:What do we need Jesus Christ for, exactly, if our choices don't affect the outcome whatsoever? Why bother with Christianity/the Bible/Jesus or any religion if doing so has no bearing on our fate?
See, the way I interpret John 3:!6 is that our choices do as a matter of fact influence our fate, contrary to the meaning orangetom is suggesting.
8 For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:
9 Not of works, lest any man should boast.
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