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Originally posted by blueorder
Originally posted by SpeakerofTruth
What I thought was stupid is that one of the "christians" said, "Hannukah, oh, that's the day the Jews killed Jesus." What? You have got to be freaking kidding me!! Like I always say, "Christians" have a tendency of blowing off at the mouth about belief systems they know absolutely nothing about... If one is that freaking stupid, just keep your trap shut!!!
so dont bash the muslims, but bash the christians, super logic
Originally posted by orangetom1999
Actually ..as a historical record the Jewish leadership did kill Jesus by getting the Romans involved and they in turn..turned it over to the Jewish leadership who traded him in a death sentance with a convicted person named Barabas.
Originally posted by Bunch
Could not agree more!!, it just outrageous that the same people that slander other members for making generalization about muslims, then come out in force and paint all of us Christians with the same brush.
[edit on 13-12-2007 by Bunch]
Originally posted by AnAbsoluteCreation
reply to post by Herman
I don't know about you but I'd rather hear this from the media in lue of the irrelevant iranian diatribe.
But that's just me.
Originally posted by Realtruth
If there were only one world religion or no religion at all we would be picking on other differences like, physical characteristics or economical status.
Anything to focus attention on others and not ourselves. Has anyone noticed this?
In attribution theory, the fundamental attribution error (also known as correspondence bias or overattribution effect) is the tendency for people to over-emphasize dispositional, or personality-based, explanations for behaviors observed in others while under-emphasizing situational explanations. In other words, people have an unjustified tendency to assume that a person's actions depend on what "kind" of person that person is rather than on the social and environmental forces influencing the person. Overattribution is less likely, perhaps even inverted, when people explain their own behavior; this discrepancy is called the actor-observer bias.
Originally posted by Kacen
They look like those hypocritical gangster types that wear crosses yet act in some of the most un-Christlike fashion ever. I've had people like that tell me I was going to Hell and trying to convert me.
The hypocrisy drives me insane but makes me laugh too.
Originally posted by Herman
Why is this news? Are there people that actually think that all Muslims and Jews hate each other? What's going to be the next story, "White man is saved from being hit by car by black man! Amazing!"?
Originally posted by Bunch
[Is there a specific way we Christians supposed to dress? Guess I miss that memo.
I dress just like that too! But look better though.
Originally posted by NoSuchAgency
That's exactly what I thought, this shouldn't have to be news at all. It's just one man helping another one. The fact that these two men have different religions makes it news. That's a bit weird, except if you know where this came from (which we all do).
Originally posted by kdial1
reply to post by watch_the_rocks
I have worked in alot of different countries as a defense contractor (Egypt, Israel, Spain, DuBai, Poland, Singapore) just to name a few and I all of these people from different religions and backrounds are very nice and hospitable people. Like I said the news just reports the bad stuff and of course people that don't get out and rely on the news are oblivious and believe whatever the news says.....it is sad really.