Stand firm against Islam imposing its norms upon us

I think Christians should stand firm against Islam imposing its own definition of immortality and omniscience upon us.

The bible is on our side not the side of Islam.

The omniscience of God, as defined by the bible, includes ignorance as consonant with the nature of God.

The immortality of God, as defined by the bible, includes the experience of death in the form of the God-man as consonant with the nature of God.

The bible alone is what defines truth for us, not any other belief system.

The bible gives us the truth of immortality in the context of the death of the God-man Jesus.

The bible gives us the truth of omniscience in the context of what is revealed about the ignorance of the Son in relation to the Father.

This means that Islam, or any other belief system, is wrong if it contradicts what the bible teaches.

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2 Responses to Stand firm against Islam imposing its norms upon us

  1. θ says:

    You break it, you own it. Just as Russia helps defend Al-Asad regime, the West has to help accept Millions of Arab refugees until the Middle East’s wars the West involves in stops someday.

    The West bathes itself with so much blood in its hands since 4 recent wars:
    .Afghan war (success with the end of Taliban regime to a non-radical regime),
    .Iraq war (success with the end of Saddam and Baathism to a pro-Iran regime),
    .Libya war (success with the end of Qaddafi to a nationalist regime),
    .and Syria war (partly success with reduction of legitimacy of Asad regime).

  2. θ says:

    Syrian war is a good lesson for the world’s future of war, that if the Westerners want to have a new war in the Middle East, they must consider these:
    i) First of all, the West has to accept all refugees – without limit – caused by wars till the end of war. You break it, you buy it. You intervene it, you own it.
    ii) Who will replace the toppled regime? is it going to be ruled by a more brutal regime, or junta?
    iii) Which neghboring countries shall benefit it most in a long term?
    iv) How the war shall be ended (exit strategy), or is it going to be endlessly?
    v) How much and how long shall the West give the money to rebuild a war-torn country again?

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