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Reader comment on item: [Pew Poll on] How Muslims Think
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Submitted by Ascalon (United States), Jun 28, 2006 at 17:25

Umm, OK. So does Jesus love them like he loves his children whose names are written in the book of life, i.e. you and me?

Or does he love them like he loved the moneychangers in the temple?

Does God ever get angry? Didn't Jesus get angry? Here's a saying to remember..."There'll come a time, we know not when, that Gods grace ends and his wrath begin."

You make Christianity out to be some sappy "We just need to love each other" ideology, when the reality is that Jesus lived among us for a purpose. The purpose was to redeem man for choosing sin over salvation, evil over good. His reason for existence was to die so that we could live, with him, after death, for all eternity.

Do you think Revelation is going to be Jesus wrapping His arms around the murderous, satanic, Islamofacist Moslem fiends and telling them how much He loves them - and their behavior?

Or will He look at them sadly, knowing they had the choice and chose wrongly, then send them all to Satan's hellfire?

Now i'm not talking about the choice between Islam & Christianity, I'm talking about the choice between good and evil.

I dont have to read the Bible or the Koran to know that murdering my sister becasuse she was raped is wrong, that it is evil. Nor did my Catechism teacher have to explain to me that it's evil to blow up the restaurant and behead the man who sells beef to Catholics on Friday!

This is the choice, the knowing, the conscience that God gave us all.


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