"It is said"?? You seriously want me to take that seriously?
Waco was a mistake on the part of the government, and the Branch Davidians were not Christian. Jim Jones didn't engage in global terrorism, he founded a cult and convinced them he was God's right hand and they should suicide for him.Not only that but recent history we have had Christians doing all sorts of things in the name of religion. It's not that uncommon. Look at what happened in Waco. Look at what happened with Jim Jones.
Not the same thing. Please enumerate where Christians have beheaded, burned to death, or blown up people in job lots like Islamic terrorists have, within this century. You can't.... there are only two comparable incidents, the OKC bombing and the abortion clinic bombing. The former was retaliation for the government's blunders at Waco, and the perp in the latter case is not a Christian (having said in letters available online that he "preferred Nietzsche to the Bible", something no true Christian would avow).
In no way comparable to supporting global terrorism, or jihad or the Caliphate.What about Mormons who believe in polygamy? Are we going to go after Christians in general because of that? Are we going to go after Mormons and tell them take polygamy out of their ideology?
Yet some recent polls show an enormous amount of support for such things among many Muslim populations.Another thing, the vast majority of Muslims are not beheading people.
But that aside, let's look at it from this perspective. What would you do if Christians started doing those things? Would we then say we are going to ban Christians from teaching about things like a final war where non-believers will be destroyed?
Christians are NOT doing "such things". That's the point. Let's keep the focus on who ACTUALLY IS doing these things.