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Anthony Kibemba, most of your arguments against Christianity do not hold water

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Submitted by Stephen Phillips (United States), Sep 30, 2006 at 15:10

You mention wars against unbelievers that are mentioned in the bible. Yes, God ordered ancient Israel to destroy some of the nations around them. But that was for their own spiritual and physical safety. THE HEATHEN SURROUNDING THE PROMISED LAND WERE HORRIBLE! God told Israel to wipe those people out so they wouldn't pollute his people with all their perverted pagan beliefs and rituals. If Islam had been around during the old testament days they would have been wiped out too.

Today's situation is proof that God was right when he ordered Israel to wipe out the heathen. Look at Islam and all it's insanity and look at how the world is completely confused about whether it is evil or good. Then you have followers of Islam who are murderers or who support murderers and they believe that what they're doing is perfectly righteous. Well it's not. Followers of Islam are going to have to pay for their sins just like phoney Christians and everyone else who corrupts the truth. And please stop calling everyone who isn't muslim a Christian. Real Christians don't convert with the sword. Blame that on evil, godless men. Christianity is first and foremost a religion of love. Men can use the Christian name to commit all kinds of crimes but that doesn't make Christianity evil. It just proves that men are evil. All men. I can't repeat it enough that colonization was a blessing to this world. If there had been no colonization this world would be much less civilized and much more backwards.

A corrupt American media and educational system are knocking colonization as if it was a curse. But these are the same perverts who claim that 200 million Arabs in the middle east are being terrorized by 4 1/2 million blood-thirsty Israelis. Anthony, I wonder if the facts mean anything to you. I think it's a disgrace that through the internet people have access to all kinds of truth and still they throw it away and embrace multiple lies on top of lies! I've already been over the subject of slavery so you know where I stand on the subject. But I find it interesting that slavery has been a big part of Islam from the beginning and unto this day but you act like "phoney christians" are the only ones who are wrong for practicing it.Yes, Islam promotes slavery. This is another thing about muslims that make me think they're hopeless: Why do muslims think that the sins of "christians" and other "infidels" automatically make them righteous. The fact that Charles Manson proved what a rotten person he is doesn't make me any better. Also, millions of people choose Islam because MANKIND HATES TRUTH AND LOVES LIES!

In closing, big numbers are meaningless. So Islam is growing.VIRUSES GROW TOO! Anthony I finally accept the fact that you and others love their pack of islamic lies. The truth is there for you but you don't want it and the bible tells me why.So go on and crash and burn with Islam because it is most certainly going down fast. Praise the Lord.

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