posted on Feb, 5 2013 @ 10:42 PM
This brings to the surface some of my problems with Islam. I think that an entire people have been misled by a confused person, and you can look
throughout history to see the devastation that he has caused. The fact that occurrences like this happen all the time is testament to the morals of
Islam, which apparently are quite lax. I know that this is not the issue, but since things like this happen because of Islam, I think I should be
allowed to cite some quick theological details regarding why Islam should not even be a religion.
First of all, Muhammed was drawn to Christians and Jews in Mecca, and he studied with them. Then basically he says he has visions from God, or Al
Illah (Allah) in Arabic, and he said that everything that he said supersedes both the Bible and the Tanakh. So where Islam disagrees with the
religions Islam is based off of, Islam is supposedly the correct religion. Now, the prophet of Islam could not have gotten his insights from God, for
fact that he did not even have a basic understanding of Christianity or Judaism.
At one time it is obvious he believed that God or Gabriel, I cannot remember which, actually had intercourse with Mary, thus making Jesus' birth a
virgin birth. Then documents show that he fully accepted the virgin birth of Jesus to Mary, but he did not accept that Jesus died on the cross, nor
did he accept that Jesus was the Messiah, etc. This little bit of theology right here disproves all of Islam in my opinion, simply because Muhammed
obviously did not understand what he was teaching. How is it possible to accept the virgin birth of Jesus, but not the reason for that virgin birth?
Obviously anyone who is even vaguely familiar with Christianity will understand why this is a conflict, and how it could never have come from God. It
just does not make any sense.
Those who follow Islam want everyone to convert to Islam, and we all know the violence that has come from this. They cannot grasp the fact that so
many people throughout history have claimed to have "visions" or whatever that superseded the Bible. And the way that a Jew or a Christian would
know if anything this person was saying was true, would be to compare it with what they already know about God. Islam fails this test, even on more
levels than I mentioned. People who follow this religion do not know about Christianity or Judaism, and apparently do not know the history of their
own prophet, who got his ideas from these religions. If they knew what these religions were all about, they would be more likely to see through the
inconsistencies of Islam. It does not matter if you are religious, as I am just saying that because Islam sprung from Christianity and Judaism, it
cannot simply abandon those founding ideas.
Some may say Christianity did this with Judaism, but they would be wrong. Christianity makes a smooth transition, with eyewitness evidence and clear
logic, to back up what it says. Basically it is a continuation of Judaism, or the next step, and there is not the same type of disconnect that is
present with Islam. However, something people fail to realize is that all 3 of these religions intend to serve the same God. There is no disputing
that fact. This reply may get removed by the mods, and I can understand why, but I think that most people who are from the West know nothing about
Islam at all, and I think this is something they need to hear. Every claim I made can be backed up, so if anyone disagrees with me, message me and I
will cite a source. I am not making up theology here.