Friday, June 29, 2012

Answering Muslims: Muslims Stone Christians (NSFW)

So some Christians were recently attacked by Muslims - Men, Women, And Children - while peacefully carrying signs about Christianity as they walked through an Arabic cultural festival. Where did such a thing take place? Egypt? Saudi Arabia? Afghanistan?





Nope? Dearborn, MI - in the United States!!!! I guess there is no free speech in Michigan. Read David Wood's comments at the following link. The one problem I have in this video is the attempt to try to tie President Obama to what happened because no President would be in a real position to do anything. I wouldn't expect Bush or Clinton to have committed political suicide, why should I expect Obama to do it? Of course it's the right thing, but not the Political thing to do. I think it's important to hold Obama to the same standard I would his predecessors and I think those standards should be higher.

Answering Muslims: American Muslims Stone Christians in Dearborn, MI

14 comments:

  1. First, if you are religious, and you are protesting (or peacefully carrying signs about your religion....) a gathering of people from another religion, then you are an idiot.

    So, here we have idiots throwing eggs and rocks at idiots.

    In other news...

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  2. Let's see if you still think that when they are throwing eggs and rocks at you for just saying things like the silly things you write here (if you ever would say such things in public).

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  3. Funny story, I had Christians throw trash and rocks at a few of us (athletes) who were working as escorts for people trying to come and go at our campus' womens health center.

    Free birth control... THE HORROR!!!

    Of course those weren't real Christians, right? Just like the Muslims in Dearborn weren't real Muslims, right?

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  4. Sure is funny: another example idiots throwing garbage at idiots (from your mindset).

    I don't know if they were real Muslims or not because what they did was not contradictory to Islamic authority or the Quran. However, people who throw garbage and stones at others who disagree with them is not condoned or prescribed in the Bible for Christians today. So no that is not what Christians are supposed to do. Given your lack of intellect its easy to see why you would be confused.

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  5. I don't know if they were real Muslims or not because what they did was not contradictory to Islamic authority or the Quran. However, people who throw garbage and stones at others who disagree with them is not condoned or prescribed in the Bible for Christians today.

    See what you did here? This is what I'm talking about when I say intellectual dishonesty...

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  6. It takes more than just claiming to be a Christian to be a Christian. I am sure a Muslim would say the same thing about being a Muslim and they would be right. The difference is that you can't define such a behavior as being Biblically promoted. Not something Jesus would do. However I leave defending Islam to Muslims. To not understand the difference that causes you to stumble so much shows more than intellectual dishonesty. It shows intellectual stuntedness.

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  7. It takes more than just claiming to be a Christian to be a Christian. I am sure a Muslim would say the same thing about being a Muslim and they would be right. The difference is that you can't define such a behavior as being Biblically promoted. Not something Jesus would do. However I leave defending Islam to Muslims. To not understand the difference that causes you to stumble so much shows more than intellectual dishonesty. It shows intellectual stuntedness.

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  8. So you didn't see what you did. OK...

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  9. No, I understood your dodge. Hint, it has to do with level of accountability you assign to the respective texts...

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  10. Get real you cannot demonstrate that the Bible wants me to beat you upside the head with a stone or blunt instriment or garbage because of anything you say or do.

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  11. No, it certainly never specifically says that. You're still not getting it.

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  12. Then no one has a right to call themselves "Christian" and abuse you because you are too sinful to follow the Bible. And you have no point.

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  13. You're still not following. It's not a question of who's a "real" christian or not, but rather your own intellectual dishonestly.

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