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Christianity more evil than Islam?

Reader comment on item: Islam's Future [Can Be Modern]
in response to reader comment: Christianity is more "fundamentalist" and "evil" than Islam

Submitted by Troy (United States), Oct 16, 2006 at 15:51

Pointing to another (religions) to justify ones own acts is part of the problem. We can certainly point to the past and see bad acts on the part of some followers of the various religions. I prefer to look at today and to look toward the future. Which religions are currently endorsing violence? One need only look at the daily news to see that evil is carried out in the name of Islam on a daily basis, not true of Chritianity.

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