I can't disagree with that. I will say that radical Muslims (like Iran) who literally want to kill everyone and bring about their crazy apocalypse are the most radical of the radical.Theists are definetely a lot more explosive in their radicalism, do you disagree?
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No and unlike everyone else I'm not going to try to be self righteous and say that all radicals are bad. I'll talk about other radicals as soon as other radicals fly airplanes into buildings, riot over cartoons and raise their children to be murderers for their radical causes.
Now, on a scale of radicalism, I agree that there are more Muslims that are radical, and that their radicalism is worse, but denying that there are any Christian radicals is ludicrous.
#1 No place in the NT teaches or condones murdering in God's name, for any reason. It also does not condone breaking man's laws. In fact it says the exact opposite.
#2 I think Gods laws are above mans. Of course none of those laws contradict or go against any of the laws in the US at all.
So wrong on all counts. Now I can show you in the Koran, where conversion and subversion of governments is perfectly acceptable.
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Man! You are just the most stubborn guy aren't you? Can't ever admit that there may be gray areas, can't admit you might be wrong?
You keep denying that there are Christians who abuse the Bible and think it allows them to do evil things, like that has never happened. That's just ridiculous.
So, once more, you are proving my point that facts are meaningless to True Believers and that it is impossible to debate them.
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