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Religion Ruled in Pride Cannot Save by Love

Reader comment on item: Can Islam Be Reformed?
in response to reader comment: We shouldn't forget what Islam really is!

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), May 21, 2021 at 10:41

Your response, AVCR, while it is appreciated, must be understood in the vein of thinking from which this observer sees so many people in a world of confusion for not understanding why this battle for religious superiority continues to rage, much like this latest barrage suffered at the hands of Islamist proxies who do not know how to get along because that's not what the Quran teaches. They do this because they are not willing to see how a loving Deity like that taught in the Torah would make life worth living; so they substitute terror for love in order to gain mastery over religious ambiguity, when the simple message of loving your neighbor is ingrained in the Gospel of the Messiah. The Quran, as demonstrated in the lessons by our esteemed fellow reader DNM, plagiarizes the Gospel with impunity by introducing impurities of thought to mask the truth and deceive all into thinking Islam is better, when, as you have indicated here, Islam cannot save a soul to save its value of life in love: it just cannot teach that in the hatred it sows around the world. Ultimately, it is the enemy of the followers of the Messiah and the Jewish roots of the Gospel message by Yeshua, HaMashiach; that's what Islam really is.
The anti-Islam message is; belief in the love Yeshua taught; set aside pride and be saved in that love.


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