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Submitted by Russ Davis (United States), Oct 4, 2008 at 14:51

What Daniel fails to mention is that "moderate" Islam is an oxymoron. Mohammad and the Quaran makes it very clear that jihad is the only option for infidels that don't convert to Islam, so the irony is that it is really the "moderates" that are the Islamic heretics, not the radicals, who are orthodox.

This is the same with Christians. True Christians are not the "tolerant" who compromise the faith to be "tolerant" and "get along" with everyone in a gutless "love" damning others to a Christless eternity in hell with their evil, but those who lay down their lives to get others to hear the Good News that Jesus died to save us from our sin so that we wouldn't have to if we are cast on Him as our sole joy and treasure, a far cry from the lukewarm notions most have about "faith" that Jesus said He will spew out of His Mouth in rejection, including most professing Christians today who are likely going through the motions of a "faith" that is of no ultimate or even present value, not to mention the far greater blasphemy of how Jesus Himself is no greater to them and even less so than with Islam who hails Him as a great prophet but not God incarnate. www.aomin.org is a good website about the reality of Islam in a Christian context that goes into far greater depth.


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