Monday, February 05, 2007

Only Muslims Believe It!


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The Koran tells Muslims that someday the whole world will be Islamic, which can simply mean that someday everyone will know the Lord God of Abraham and “the Messiah Jesus” (as Muhammad identified mankind’s Messiah).

But Muhammad made clear that Jesus is NOT God; he is a “servant of God.” So, from the start, the Jews, obeying their clergy, scorned Muhammad for identifying Jesus as the Messiah. And the Christians, obeying their clergy, scorned Muhammad for denying that Jesus is “God the Son.”

The Religious War to establish Islam as the world’s only religion has already begun — but it often appears that only Muslims (and me) recognize it as a Religious War! Apparently, the rest of the world prefers to believe that some desperately poor people, recruited by evil-minded would-be “world rulers,” are perpetrating terrorist acts for material gain. Of course some individual terrorists are “out for what they can get.” But earthly riches are not the goal of the terrorists. And most Muslims know it, though, to be sure, not all Muslims support the terrorists. Still, all Muslims believe the world will someday be Islamic, so the vast majority are not willing to actively fight terrorism, since they cannot be certain it is not “God’s Will.”

While, today, only Muslims believe that Islam will someday be the world’s only religion, their belief does not automatically mean they are wrong! But it does mean that if enough people will enlarge their understanding of Abraham’s God, we could avoid the nuclear war that Muslim “extremists” are willing to start.

But now I urge you to take a moment to tell yourself the truth: No matter what you currently believe and disbelieve, after reading this, you’re not going to pursue an enlarged understanding of God, are you? Instead, you’re going to do what you’ve always done — browse other web sites until it’s time to work or feed the kids or shop or go to bed! That’s “living” in a reasonably peaceful society — until it stops being peaceful! Yet, I suspect you think you’ll have time to think about it, if your peace is actually disrupted! And I agree — by then you’ll have more time to think than you want — because you wouldn’t take the time to think about it now. In short, most people — including the extremist Muslims — are so set in their religious beliefs, I’m fighting a “lost cause,” when urging us to learn from ALL the Prophets. I wonder when I’ll believe it!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anyone who thinks it's ok to burn up the world does not have a religion I want to learn!

Sally Field said...

Yes, Anonymous! And a god that wants people to burn up is not my idea of a god I'd pray to!!

Benjamin Sandler said...

I'll say this for Muslims--they follow their religion. They're arrogant and bloodthirsty, like their Allah.

Sally Field said...

Muslims are vicious haters of Jews and Christians. They always have been and it's long past time for the world to get rid of them. If we have to nuke Iran, I say let's do it before they nuke us.

ken said...

jane, most conservative pundits have been (correctly) observing that this war is religious in nature. They've been observing thusly since...oh, I don't know...there was this thing that happened in this month that starts with 'S', back in that year that was in the title of that movie with the insane computer...

...I dunno, something crazy happened back then, and I seem to recall that a bunch of Muslim guys were involved in that as well.

Point is: no kidding it's a religious war! No kidding that the rest of the West (instead of just the right-wingers) needs to wake up to this fact!

We need again our Charles Martel.

jbd said...

Ken, The point is, not many people believe it is a religious war. If more did, perhaps they would begin to examine the teachings of all three religions and improve their understanding. Wars promoted by greed are impossible for "ordinary" citizens to prevent. Wars based on religious beliefs could be avoided by enlarging those beliefs.

Donald Dickens said...

I've come to see this as a religious war--largely thanks to Jane. I've also learned a lot about Muslims through her. It's made me far more understanding of current events and actually given me hope--which is more than my Catholic faith has done for me in recent years. Keep plugging Jane--at least you're trying--and know that you have one "convert."