>I mean their God told them to do it and it's canon, and it's the God Christians and Muslims follow too.
No, it's not.
First of all, Mudslimes worship Allah, the Arabian moon. Second, the Kikes "worship" both
the devil and god, while also
being "above" god as they believe that they can trick god and have Talmudic scriptures talking about how God referred to the Kikes for help.
>Christians and Muslims are all just types of Jews, the same as how Mormons are still a type of Christian.
Mormons are not
Christians. It's a complete rewrite of the Christian religion (In particular, that the trinity is dead and that we can become god-like aliens), similar how Judaism is a complete rewrite of the Hebrew religion (Where they condemned Christ to Hell and replace all the old teachings withthe philosophy of the pharisees).
There's also the problem that you have the churches pushing the concept of "faith" to the point of it being blind
faith. Where's all your suppose to do is pray to and believe in god, prostrate yourself before every meal, let "god" handle all of life's problems, and do absolutely nothing. In practice, it's like the Hindu/Buddhist concept of staring at your navel all day while "mediating", with the theory being that you'll eventually achieve enlightenment through this process and everything in life will become "clear". In execution
, it DOES
make the Christians no different than the Muslims because, in Islam, to declare that the concept of "Cause and effect" exists is outright blasphemy because it then implies that the events of the world may not be "Allah's will". However, in Christianity
, this is not the case, if you referred to Job and the parable of the talents. In the former, Job gets taught the lesson that not everything in the world happens because of how "religious/faithful" you are, or as a result of an "act of God"; shit just happens. Meanwhile, in the latter, the servant who sat on his one talent during the decade his master was absent, believing that he would be "rewarded" for protecting the talent "SO
carefully", had his talent stripped from him and given to the man who had 20 (Who started with 10) due to his arrogance and dependence upon someone else.
That isn't what that portion of Corinthians states or implies at all. You can even read it here: https://archive.vn/3OUUn
If you want it paraphrased, it comes right off of a passage condemning the Jews for their idleness and the Greeks for their intellectualism, where the former demands a sign from god and refuse to act upon their own judgement and person, meanwhile the latter considers themselves to be "so
'intelligent'" that to ask for them to doubt that intelligence and explore other avenues is equivalent to heresy because they are "intelligent by nature" (Remember that the word "barbarian" is a derogatory Greek word that that refers to ALL non-Greek people being "unintelligent" and saying nothing but "bar bar bar" all day
>It forces all true diversity into the same mold, not realizing that different races, different cultures and different types of people all have differing spiritual feelings and inclinations.
Then, why did Babylon, later Persia, then Macedon, followed by Rome all seem so dependent upon forcing the world to be come "one society"? Even Ancient China, the farthest you could get from Abrahamic religion and thinking because of the mountains dividing the Middle East from the rest of Asia, was determined to unite the entire continent.
>Christianity and Abrahamism at large make the relationship to the divine purely individual. One make's one's own salvation.
The campaigns of Cyrus the Great directly disputes this being an exclusively Abrahamic trait, as part of what is attributed as Cyrus' key to success was his faithfulness towards practicing his Zoroastrian faith (The religion of the original Aryans).
Also, that section doesn't tell people to "hate" their parents or relatives. It's talking about how people will be persecuted and become divided because of what Christ teaches (Kind of contradictory towards previously talking about how "Christianity is universal in scope
", don't you think): https://archive.vn/i4OA8
>Christianity devalues the world
As I already said, Job disputes this.
>The soul of the world is divine, all creation comes from exclusively from nature and the world.
I just realized that I wasted my time. NOT
disagreeing with a post criticizing Christianity, but a post PROMOTING
some cross between Druidism and Buddhism.