And it’s nice to see I’m not the only one who thinks so….
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Yes, I guess you would think it’s lame. After all, your Christian dominion theology agenda is to wipe every other belief system off the face of the earth.
Yes, I guess you would think it’s lame. After all, your Muslim dominion theology agenda is to wipe every other belief system off the face of the earth.
There, fixed that for you.
I guess we better get busy, world domination didn’t even come up at our last council meeting!
Anyone know where I can get the Jihadi version of the coexist sticker? I love that one!
You proceed from a false premise as well as parrot my statement albiet by merely installing “Muslim” instead of “Christian.” Since original thought is difficult for some Christian conservatives I’ll elaborate in some detail. I’m not a Muslim as my handle would clearly suggest. It’s Voltaire, not Muhammad or Omar or Ali or, well, you get the picture. A French Enlightenment thinker who hated religious intolerance is hardly an appropriate handle for someone who believes in any dominion theology whether it be Christian, Muslim, or pantheist (although I’ve never heard of a pantheist dominion advocate). What I’m getting at is the theme of this blog has very little to do with the concept of religious freedom and seems more focused on a triumphalist vision of the Christian faith – one that apes the goals of a bin Laden while using a more sublime, propagandistic approach than suicide bombings to achieve them.
“one that apes the goals of a bin Laden while using a more sublime, propagandistic approach than suicide bombings to achieve them.”
And how is that different than atheists doing the same thing with their (un)beliefs? Don’t atheists have goals, such as a world free of religion? Are they to be compared to Bin Laden since they also have goals? Doesn’t pretty much every viewpoint of what-ever subject matter use this “sublime, propagandistic approach”?
Isn’t this a preferred method, as opposed to slaughtering those who have different beliefs, to get your viewpoint across to people who are not members of your group?
“A French Enlightenment thinker who hated religious intolerance”
And his followers replaced religious intolerance with plain ol’ intolerance.
Besides, Muslims, and your imaginary Christian terrorists are pikers compared to the bloody numbers rung up by atheists.
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