Why is it the acts of Muslims are reflections on the entire faith while the actions of Christians are anomalies that should not be used to judge the entire faith? First it's Ft Hood, now it's Sharia law in another country. When a Muslim does something Christians don't like it's because they're ENTIRE FAITH is evil. When a Christian does something equivalent to what the Muslim did, we're told they aren't "real" Christians. You can't have it both ways, so which is it - any act by someone claiming Christianity, from Westboro to the Klan, represents ALL Christians, or the acts of individual Muslims or Muslim countries only reflect on those individuals or those countries?
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Answer by Anonymous at 8:46 AM on Nov. 20, 2009
Waint a min....I have to call WTH? on THIS question. Have you READ through any of the posts o here. Christians are ALWAYS lumped together with the bad ones., ALWAYS. On every single question it CHRISTIANS who hate gays, are against women having any choice, who believe we should kill everyone bad but that no one else should.....ect ect. And OVER AND OVER I see Christians on here that refute ALL of those or some of those or Most of those and MORE but they get ignored. I mean REALLY! Our religion was even referred to as a MYTH the other day and when I asked whether Jews, MUSLIMS, Hindus and other religions were Myths too....I was ignored! If they are Myths too people should be JUST as condescending to them....but you cant speak out on them, or say anything negative because THEN you are hateful!
Answer by momof030404 at 9:13 AM on Nov. 20, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:00 AM on Nov. 20, 2009
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