reply to post by getreadyalready
I read most of your statements and I fully agree with you.
But I have questions to both sides of the argument, I´ll try to balance it.
-Why does someone, following the rules of jesus, wants to start a fight? (2:00 or so)
-Why does the muslim crowd has eggs with them (ok, maybe because of last year)
-Jesus said love your next, why do those that are so proud about their religion deliberatly HATE other religions,
when said that, before god, everyone is equal.
-Why do they have to intervene their festival (the brave christians) with megaphones?
sorry, there were more arguments against the christians then against the muslims.
BTW, I´m catholic christian. I do not go to church. NEVER. Because, in religion class, when I was young, I read a bible verse that said something
along the line
"do not pray in the open or in public for your ego. He who does it in his silent chamber, praying to me for the sake of his soul, whenever he wants
does good. Life the way of god."
This was the moment when I stood up in religion, told this my religion teacher, who even agreed with me! I asked, so what is the bible for then if
this sentence tells all. He said, its for those who need the faith and a guide. They, who have found their own way to talk with god are fine.
And that´s the point. We don´t need scriptures where they tell us how to live the sunday and what to do or not.
One rule. LOVE EACH OTHER EQUALLY. No need for a church house to spout hypnotic prayers into the air.
If you want to talk to god, you do not need a pastor or whatever.
If everyone that believes in a God would do it that way, we would be just fine.
What about morality? Did you ever consider that? and I strongly disagree with the "innocence" of these protesters. Does the bible not say you reap
what you sow? It was obvious to me that these people were purposely trying to illicit a negative reaction. Since your so fond of laws ever hear of the
law against inciting a riot?
edit on 27-6-2012 by verschickter because: (no reason given)