Atheists don't force their views like Christians....

Started Dec 7, 2012 | Discussions thread
PhD4
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Re: Every Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Jew
In reply to Wheatfield, Dec 8, 2012

Wheatfield wrote:

PhD4 wrote:

Wheatfield wrote:

PhD4 wrote:

Wheatfield wrote:

You are aware that Muslim terrorists pray to the same god you pray to?

Not even close.

Christianity and the religion of Allah are both Abrahamic religions, as is Judaism. The Muslims deny that Christ was the son of God, but they still share the same God with Christianity.

It's interesting that an atheist knows this stuff while a Christian is ignorant of it.

Lol...... you say that while proving your ignorance.

The Bible says that God can not be tempted by, or tempt with, evil.

While the Quran teaches that Allah is the author of evil.

The Quran also teaches that Allah says it is a sin to say that Jesus is the Son of God.

Huh ?!?

The Quran also says that Allah "loves who he wants to love, and hates who he wants to hate", yet the God of the Bible isn't capable of hating.

Anyway, this list of differences goes on and on and on.

So you're wrong, no matter what you want to think, and no matter what else you type to try and save face.

Good luck with it though.

Too easy.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/miroslav-volf/god-versus-allah_b_829955.html

"The fact of the matter is this: fearful people bent on domination have created the contest for supremacy between Yahweh, the God of the Bible, and Allah, the God of the Quran. The two are one God, albeit differently understood. Arab Christians have for centuries worshiped God under the name "Allah." Most Christians through the centuries, saints and teachers of undisputed orthodoxy, have believed that Muslims worship the same God as they do. They did so even in times of Muslim cultural ascendancy and military conquests, when they represented a grave threat to Christianity in the whole of Europe."

Christian scholars, it seems, don't agree with you. the author of the piece I quoted is Miroslav Volf, the author of 'Allah: A Christian Response' (HarperOne; February 2011), the Henry B. Wright Professor of Theology at Yale Divinity School, and the Founding Director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture.

But you keep believing what you want to believe if it makes you feel smug and safe.

So this is one guys opinion that you searched hard to find after being owned like that.

No offense but I'll stick with what the Quran and Bible say...and what their respective followers believe.

There are so many differences between what those 2 books say about their gods, that it is absolutely impossible that they are referred to as the same.

Keep Googling though....I mean...what else are you gonna do this weekend, besides sit here.

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