a reply to: CulturalResilience
You are still bearing false witness and testimony. Forget the prophet, you are judging the people. Most nine year olds in America that are or have
been raped are raped by Christians or those who either claim to follow it or do the occasional church thing. Hypocrisy much?
My peaceful Muslim neighbors are not raping nine year olds, and both old and new Testament have references to child brides as well. Try again, because
your fail at bearing false witness is quite obvious.
Just admit you are not a Christian, and I will move on. A real Christian follows the Ten commandments as jesus said in the book of Matthew
"Do not think that I [Jesus] have come to abolish the Law (the Old Testament) or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill
them. I tell you the truth, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke or a pen, will by any means disappear from
the Law (the Old Testament) until everything is accomplished. (Matthew 5:17-18)"
So not only are you breaking a serious commandment, you are fighting against Jesus by doing so as he stated you must continue to obey the old law. Its
ok, most Christians in America are fake anyways, and just pretend to be so they can feel better about all the wrong they do day to day while they
break the ten commandments on a daily basis. Frankly, I find it ironic that the son's of Abraham even fight each other when they all follow the same
God. The God of Moses and Jesus is the same God of Mohammad, so nobody is taking any other God before them.
However, considering Jesus also was a prophet, worshipping him as God is also a break of the commandment to not worship idols. This is part of the
reason Islam refuses to put a face to the prophet, it generates conflict and becomes idol worship. Muslims worship God, not Mohammad. Christians
worship the prophet Jesus, an Idol whos face changes depending on which demographic is present in a church.
That would also explain why there are more sects of Christianity than other faith on Earth, and why they even conflict with themselves to such an
extent that wars spread globally as a result.
Either way, Somalia has never had a global reach or sought to have one. If foreign interests would stop chopping it up with illegal weapons to get at
the oil, they would just mind their business and live their life. However, our empire needs that oil, so whatever price the Muslims have to pay for
our allegedly Christian empire is really none of my concern. As long as my gas is affordable so I can continue to go on road trips around the country,
I'm ok with whoever we have to destroy to keep it that way. At least I am honest about it.