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The changes smack of one world religion type of pandering.
Muslims themselves would never change one iota of their books for xtians.
Dont sweat it all you need is Jesus anyways the rest is just icing on the cake.
This whole thing is a cunning attempt to make christianity more appealing to arabic speaking population, most of whom who are muslims.
F muslims are reading the Bible, then they should read one that is NOT made for Christians. It is that simple. If we are talking about a Christian Bible, who gives a flying cow what offends muslims? If that is the case, why don't we take out words that offend us in the Quran?
What is the difference? Is there a double standard? Between Israel and the muslims, I am going to go insane. No wonder they cannot get along, BOTH of them are extremely self-centered.
I find it offensive that in my country I can be forced to speak to a female while all I can see is the eye slit. To me its offensive because it relegates females to being one rung above property, and thats being generous. I accept that if its the females choice, but not when its forced
Originally posted by Daedal
reply to post by Inquisitive1
Do you think that someone owns the right's to these words, and how they can be published?
At base stands a profound respect for the integrity of history and the complex and convoluted relationship between present and the past. —Ira Berlin, New York Times Book Review, 9 Sept. 2001
edit on 30-1-2012 by Daedal because: Edit