If Islam has a radical "sect" called terrorists who bomb, then Christianity has a radical "sect" who bomb women's health centers.
WTF. NG EZPZ. That was ridiculously simple. So simple even American liberals could do it...well maybe.
Even I was able to get almost all of it done without greens!
Although I don't think you quite have your facts correct, even if christians were running around bombing abortion clinics (lol, health centers, call them what they are), no christian pastor on the planet would condone it usually biblical principles. You don't get the same response from Islam regarding gays, infidels, etc. Heck there's a video of the Orlando shooter's imam repeatedly saying gays should be killed on youtube. It isn't a tenet of the christian faith to bomb abortion centers, yet it is a tenet of the muslim faith to kill homosexuals, infidels", etc. They're not comparable. But it's a talking point to pretend they are, so I understand why you'd parrot it just like everything else you're told to think.
ng/ng very easy
Pretty easy today
Diane: which Christian sect took credit for any anti-abortion violence? The liberal media tries to paint all anti-abortion violence as inspired by Christianity, but virtually all Christian leaders condemn such violence in no uncertain terms.
You can't say the same about Islamic terrorism.
DING. Should have been called Easy. Nothing more than a unique rectangle exploited twice. 14.
How are you guys able to write pi and phi in Greek characters?
The Army of God is a radical Christian sect specifically dedicated to bombing places where they do abortions and to killing people who perform abortions. There are a number of other Christian groups who advocate violence, usually centered around abortion issues, eschatology, and "sovereign citizen" issues.
I'm just saying. You can't repudiate your religion's violent extremists if you're in denial that they exist.
I can't figure out what the point of the comparison of Islam and Christianity by using the worst of the two. I'm sure the prisons have plenty of atheists who committed violence so perhaps we should be most concerned about them since they have no moral code. If you want to criticize Christianity, point out the problems with Christ and the Bible. You want to support Islam, point out what the Koran teaches.
Fizzbut: Again, not really. Atheists comprise something like 2% of the prison population, and 98% of the scientists in America.
It's a mistake to assume that atheists have no moral code, and many consider it a relief that that moral code isn't based on the same books that the Abrahamic religions teach, because, as you suggested, they've figured out what the Koran and the Bible teach.
It is also a mistake to interpret Christianity as an ethic or a philosophy. There is nothing in the words of Jesus that indicate that at all. Christianity is the life of Christ living in and through the believer. If there is an ethic to Christianity it is nothing more or less than will of God.
Again? Well if it was a bad example it must be because all the atheists in prison are really innocent? I think I made my point because it seems you don't appreciate evaluating atheist based on the "2%" in prison. It may also be a mistake to assume atheists have figured out what the Bible teaches. It seems odd to disbelieve someone because He wants nothing more than to demonstrate His love for you.
Talk about mutual exclusivity coupled with irrational exuberance.