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Where in the bible does it say kill non believers?

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in response to reader comment: Christianity does not exist.

Submitted by jss (United States), Mar 22, 2007 at 15:10

Who did all those atrocities, People. Crazy, demented people.

Now which Holy book says to kill non believers is good? The Bible or the koran.

People have done evil things in the name of Christians, but never has The Bible mentioned that doing so would take you straight to heaven for an orgy!

The koran is filled with mistakes. Read it and discover for yourself. What kind of god would make so many mistakes.

...'enough said!

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