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[–] Adminstrater 18 points -14 points (+4|-18) ago 

We have no obligation to save Muslims from Islam

Christian teachings suggest otherwise. It is up to each Christian to pass along the teachings of Jesus Christ and just like other similar religions, it encourages conversions. If the USA is a Christian nation (debatable), it is the duty of the country to convert any non-believers.

I am not a Christian, and I disagree with the Christian teachings in their entirety. Christians are indoctrinated (like other religions) that their god is the best, their teachings are the only correct way to live, and that they must push their beliefs on others. This means that two religions are contradictory to each other, are in direct competition with each other, and suggest that the only way to "convert" the indoctrinated soul is to either brainwash them, or kill them. Killing is easiest. It's impossible to actually debate the religions against each other because there are no facts that will stand up to scrutiny. It's a game of shoveling bullshit into a pile and then using horseshit as a substitute when the bullshit runs out.

The same could be said about any religious country. It gets worse the more integrated the religion is with the state.


[–] War_Wombat 1 points 7 points (+8|-1) ago 

It really takes a special kind of tard to argue on behalf of a religion they are not a part of


[–] Adminstrater 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

My plea to Christian values was facetious in nature.

If it was unclear; I was arguing against all religion.


[–] INTERNET_TRASHCAN 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I'm an atheist, and Jesus can suck a dick if he wants us to take in those barbarians.

You like em so much? You fly them over, and you house them.


[–] PeacefulAssassin 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

As a Christian I must say that Islam and Christianity are night and day. The crusades were terrible, but Jesus never said to convert or kill, we are encouraged to question and doubt ourselves, and to peacefully and in a friendly manner debate and speak about what we believe to persuade others. In the Acts the first missionaries appealed to people intellect, never brute force. They suffered injustices in order to spread Christianity.