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Concept of Religion Will Not/Does Not Change - Only Willingess to Its Adherency is Variable

Reader comment on item: Ban the Burqa - and the Niqab Too
in response to reader comment: Sustained intellectual pressure on Islamic hypocrisy must continue

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 6, 2022 at 18:35

Religion is a concept, a decidedly humanistic response to the innate nature of humanity that was at one time in tune with its created condition and the defined relationship with the Creator; since abrogated by the originating partners of a time when religion as a concept did not yet exist. The Tower of Babel changed all of that.
Only by remembering that religion was not set to rule in Zion does the issue of how Islam exists in these modern times make any understanding of why no one religion could ever maintain exclusive world wide regency, especially in Jerusalem. Islam will never change in concept; only the willingness to continue observing the man made regulations is at issue here, just as the Iranian Islamic Regime is realizing.


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