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Concentrate on what is in common

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Submitted by Pauciello (United States), Apr 18, 2003 at 16:15

I agree that "Christianity" is the "odd-man-out," when it comes to world religions, because of the claim that JC is God. Those Christians who have genuinely "surrendered to God's will" and are not caught up in the Christological Dogma, should be welcomed by Muslims, even if they technically remain Christian (in the cultural sense.) Both groups need to concentrate on what they have in common, rather than to get bent out of shape about the differences. Peace
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