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originally posted by: r0xor
originally posted by: Tangerine
And yet Christians follow a Middle Eastern religion.
Maybe they follow a Middle Eastern man, but Christianity is clearly a Roman/Greek creation as we know it today. Well, half Middle Eastern man, half GOD SEED. Hehe.
Had Arian Christianity become the largest sect instead of Catholicism, you'd have a point, considering Arius was Libyan.
Constantine was a European and Paul was a Roman citizen.
originally posted by: borntowatch
So all Klan members were Christian, is that right, is that what you are implying.
According to the bible Adam and Eve are the parents of humankind and we were all related, it was Darwinism that suggested we were monkeys or some such silly thing
Granted there are Christians who believe we were monkeys or whatever, but understand Jesus taught what Darwin didnt.
Jesus taught creation Hitler taught Darwinism as did Mao and Stalin and Emperor Hirohito.
You got it all backwards, the evil done by Darwinists is incredibly affronting and you ignore it?
originally posted by: ketsuko
Did they burn him in the name of their religion or because of racism?
originally posted by: MichiganSwampBuck
You can claim any religious belief you want, but if you don't live by the teachings, you are not of that religion. A true New Testament Christian, or even a law abiding citizen, wouldn't have participated in such an act. Other religions would have applauded such an act though. This is misdirection to vilify Christianity when in actuality it should be to condemn humanity in general.
luke 19:27 - "But those enemies of mine who did not want me to be king over them--bring them here and kill them in front of me.'"
mathew 10:34 - "Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.
originally posted by: generalspecific
Hope the link works, they're still burning witches in Papua New Guinea today, it's become a bit of a problem to say the least. This is a pretty good article and it makes some links with western experiences with tortures and burnings in the name of or under the guise or religion, or simply on the hunt for a scapegoat.
I think in Papua New Guineas case it's more of a superstition than a religion but still horrific obviously.