Monday, December 31, 2007

The difference between Christians and Muslims

Men are religious through force of habit.
They never pause to ask whether what they believe is true.
After all it was the ancients who invented fables and called them a religion.
Musa (Moses), Isa (Jesus Christ) and Prophet Mohammed were great leaders of their people in times of trouble.
More than that, I do not believe.

However, there is one big difference between Jesus and Mohammed: the former tried to cheat us saying everyone of us should be his followers no matter who we are Jews, Muslims or atheists, and the latter Mohammed never asked others, Jews, Christians, or infidels to convert to his religion.

A sura from the Quran I quote here:

O Unbelievers,
I worship not that which ye worship
And ye worship not that which I worship
Neither will I worship that which ye worship
Nor will ye worship that which I worship
Ye have your religion and I have my religion.
There is only one Allah and he is Allah and Mohammed is his Prophet

In another words, you are free and on your own whatever you believe.

In contrast, Christians want us to toe the line under their banner that everyone has to kowtow under the alter of Pope, Pat Robertson, or Billy Graham.

Christianity has had an intrinsic characteristics of an imperial dominance over the humanity that forced us to abandon our freedom of thought and massacred unbelievers thousands times to deprive our human life.

Someone says Englishman had the Bible and Africans had land when Englishman entered the land of Africa, but as soon as Africans begin to have Bible, Englishman begin to have land, all of Africa.

In Seoul, how many churches are there? Thousands? Or ten thousands? T
hat is, Christians have been the advance warriors of Rome, British and now US imperialism.

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