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The first monarch to think about religion since Henry VIII

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Submitted by Luqman (United Kingdom), Jan 5, 2020 at 05:43

Prince Charles is right. He is a true Britain. Islam is very close to what Druids believed. Caesar suggested they saw no difference between science and religion. It is difficult to suggest they had gods, instead, they believed in Providence. What are thought to be gods, only describes processes, not deities. Christianity was imposed on Europe by threat and sword and it continence by torture and execution.

Many Jews feel an affinity with Islam because they had long fought together against Christian attacks and forced conversion. The idea of Trinity is straight out of the pagan songbook. Most biblical scholars reject it, as a later heretical introduction. The Catholic Church only approved it at the Council of Trent in 1545. The same goes for Original Sin introduced by Augustine in 300 AD. Neither of these heresies is followed by the Orthodox Churches. Indeed when the King James's Bible was composed the translators noted the Latin text was at variance to the original Greek text but were fearful to faithfully translate it in case they were killed. The Gospels according to scholars are a compilation of misquotes and lies from the Old Testament. Rabbis have attracted both the Latin and Greek translation of the old Testaments as fraudulent. They misquote, are out of context and the grammar has been changed to deceive the reader.

Charles is right. He is a hero for his bravery and we really need to get serious about Christianities place in Britain's. All it seems to do is cause wars and see the early death of millions. The example of Muhammad is supreme for a tolerant and pluralist society. Christian jealousy and the support of non-practicing actors like Saudi Arabia have clouded the truth.

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