Muslim and Christianity.

Philippines
March 6, 2007 11:25am CST
Many Christians seem to be joyful that Islam had demonized itself through some of the contemporary situations in the Middle East. They find this as an opportunity to criticize Islam, but seem to attempt to free themselves from any guilt or wrongdoing on the part of their religion? With this said, is Christianity causing any problems today?
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@mummymo (23707)
6 Mar 07
Hi BourderHouse. First let me say that I think you may be confusing Christians with non-religous people! I am a Christian and I do not demonise Moslems and I do not blame Islam for the terror and heartache that the so called Moslems are wreaking in the middle east, America and here in the uk! The Koran teaches that it is wrong to kill as does the Bible. There are good and bad people in all cultures, faiths and religion and surely rather than generalise Christians (which you feel they are doing to Moslems) we should all be more accepting and tolerant of other cultures and maybe the world would be a better place?
• Philippines
6 Mar 07
I am just asking and I don't want to fight moslem and christian in other way. I respect their own belief. I spoke some people where I see some of their belief about moslem people but I am their. It is only asking a question.
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@mummymo (23707)
6 Mar 07
Sorry if you think I'm attacking, I wasn't- honest I was just trying to answer your question! I truly believe that if we were all a bit more tolerant the world would be a better place - I actually think its a very good question!
@SageMother (2277)
• United States
6 Mar 07
I truly believe that christianity causes more problems than it helps. Most of the christians I have known don't understand their religion but use it as a club to force others to conform. They don't even understand that they worship the same god as muslims, half the time. I think the biggest problem for christianity is its encouraging people to proselytize. It encourages intolerance and childish behavior of adults who would otherwise respect the beliefs of others.
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@mummymo (23707)
6 Mar 07
Think the people you are talking of may say they are christians but most of my christian friends are very tolerant and very accepting of others - I would never dream of trying to force someone to have the same beliefs as me - it has to be free will!
@aries_0325 (3062)
• Philippines
6 Mar 07
Why do you ... stereotype for? Do you know that your words breed racism and extremism? My mom never told me to blow myself up. I know hundreds of Muslims personally...and NONE of their mothers promote blowing their children up. Get a life. Stop reading comic books.