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What's a holocaust? is it edible?
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I hope its fake.., but its important thing of history.
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I see the future:

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I had a whole class itself for holocaust in high school. It was alright but focused more on nazi rise to power.. which is important of course and expected but everyone went in thinking it'd be a lot more on life in the camps. The whole first couple chapters were about religion itself and there's really nothing more uninteresting to me. Good movies like boy in striped pajamas was watched in there though
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


shugotenshi-atm wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


Ctonhunter wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Ranwolf is pretty racist, but whatever. Not all whites refuse to aknowledge the atrocities against Native Americans. Hell, we live in a day and age where we can't even name a team "Redskins" cause of the racial connotations.


That being said....do Christians believe in Mohammed as a prophet? I don't usually know this, but David Koresh considered himself a profit while most of us with disagree with his BS. Just saying.


Nope Christians do not believe Mohammed was a prophet. There might be a handful that do (I've never met any), but the general consensus would be no.


Ah, thank you Cton. I wasn't sure.


To be more specific, and pedantic, The three Abrahamic religions generally believe everything from the previous one. The Jews were first, then Christians who consider the Jewish bible to be the "Old Testament", and Islam expands on Christianity except for, depending who you ask, discounting Christ being god (they believe he was a really cool prophet like Moses).


I thought so, but I don't see how it is different than if you perceived it as a bastardization of your religion. Example, David Koresh in Waco had the Branch Davidians, and they were Christians.

The difference is the big three religions follow the teaching from the previous one, somewhat, or at least hold it to heart. Extremist Christians such as your examples don't even follow the basic teachings of their chosen savior.

Also, each of the big three have hundreds, sometimes thousands, of years of history in which they evolved and changed. They have had cultures and countries rise and fall along with them. Christians took many decades to even be considered a serious religion instead of some fanatic Jewish cult. Ultimately is it being able to survive as a unique entity that turns you from a cult into a religion. These small offshoots of Christianity will die off with their members and leave nothing of note behind.
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Really! Where? Sounds like a rumor?
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....what the fuck do the Muslims got to do with this? the Holocaust killed six million people...I don't recall hearing that Muslims were the ones cooking the Jews in the ovens.
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Look that site up! Not a reputable site backing this ...Sounds like the same rumor the was being spread through the UK. Check out Snopps.com. Also read the article no facts all based on nothing? A Gov't backed study.....What? Who? What organization? Come on we are all educated (anime watchers) and can critically think!
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shugotenshi-atm wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


shugotenshi-atm wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


Ctonhunter wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Ranwolf is pretty racist, but whatever. Not all whites refuse to aknowledge the atrocities against Native Americans. Hell, we live in a day and age where we can't even name a team "Redskins" cause of the racial connotations.


That being said....do Christians believe in Mohammed as a prophet? I don't usually know this, but David Koresh considered himself a profit while most of us with disagree with his BS. Just saying.


Nope Christians do not believe Mohammed was a prophet. There might be a handful that do (I've never met any), but the general consensus would be no.


Ah, thank you Cton. I wasn't sure.


To be more specific, and pedantic, The three Abrahamic religions generally believe everything from the previous one. The Jews were first, then Christians who consider the Jewish bible to be the "Old Testament", and Islam expands on Christianity except for, depending who you ask, discounting Christ being god (they believe he was a really cool prophet like Moses).


I thought so, but I don't see how it is different than if you perceived it as a bastardization of your religion. Example, David Koresh in Waco had the Branch Davidians, and they were Christians.

The difference is the big three religions follow the teaching from the previous one, somewhat, or at least hold it to heart. Extremist Christians such as your examples don't even follow the basic teachings of their chosen savior.

Also, each of the big three have hundreds, sometimes thousands, of years of history in which they evolved and changed. They have had cultures and countries rise and fall along with them. Christians took many decades to even be considered a serious religion instead of some fanatic Jewish cult. Ultimately is it being able to survive as a unique entity that turns you from a cult into a religion. These small offshoots of Christianity will die off with their members and leave nothing of note behind.

I guess I should apologize for inferring Muslims are anything like Koreshians. Though I feel the differences between Muslims and Christians are highly numerous. Although I don't mean to Muslim bash. I certainly dislike Trump's stance to ban travel based on a RELIGION.
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PeripheralVisionary wrote:


shugotenshi-atm wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


shugotenshi-atm wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:


Ctonhunter wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Ranwolf is pretty racist, but whatever. Not all whites refuse to aknowledge the atrocities against Native Americans. Hell, we live in a day and age where we can't even name a team "Redskins" cause of the racial connotations.


That being said....do Christians believe in Mohammed as a prophet? I don't usually know this, but David Koresh considered himself a profit while most of us with disagree with his BS. Just saying.


Nope Christians do not believe Mohammed was a prophet. There might be a handful that do (I've never met any), but the general consensus would be no.


Ah, thank you Cton. I wasn't sure.


To be more specific, and pedantic, The three Abrahamic religions generally believe everything from the previous one. The Jews were first, then Christians who consider the Jewish bible to be the "Old Testament", and Islam expands on Christianity except for, depending who you ask, discounting Christ being god (they believe he was a really cool prophet like Moses).


I thought so, but I don't see how it is different than if you perceived it as a bastardization of your religion. Example, David Koresh in Waco had the Branch Davidians, and they were Christians.

The difference is the big three religions follow the teaching from the previous one, somewhat, or at least hold it to heart. Extremist Christians such as your examples don't even follow the basic teachings of their chosen savior.

Also, each of the big three have hundreds, sometimes thousands, of years of history in which they evolved and changed. They have had cultures and countries rise and fall along with them. Christians took many decades to even be considered a serious religion instead of some fanatic Jewish cult. Ultimately is it being able to survive as a unique entity that turns you from a cult into a religion. These small offshoots of Christianity will die off with their members and leave nothing of note behind.

I guess I should apologize for inferring Muslims are anything like Koreshians. Though I feel the differences between Muslims and Christians are highly numerous. Although I don't mean to Muslim bash. I certainly dislike Trump's stance to ban travel based on a RELIGION.

The real difference is that it has been nearly 1400 years since the Islamic Prophet died and quite a lot happens in a hundred years, let alone a thousand. It was in a different part of the world with different languages and shaped different history. I mean it was THE religion against the Christians in The Crusades. Islam ruled nearly all of Spain and had a presence in Spain for around 700 years. The Reconquista is actually really interesting reading:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reconquista

Islam is one of the major religions of the world and consists of over a Billion people. Christianity is the only religion to have more members, with NON-religious people after Islam by sheer number.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_religious_populations

This whole Islamophobia thing is due to shitty people who use Religion as an excuse to do whatever the hell they want, just like those Christian Cultists you mentioned. The problem isn't the religion, it is shitty people.
Posted 5/27/16

shugotenshi-atm wrote:


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Next the Pledge of Allegiance will have one nation under Allah in it.


The Islamic God is the same God as Christians and Jews. They are all Abrahamic religions. So we already do pledge that.


True, yet Allah is Arabic for God and there's the likely scenario that Muslims would want to hear Allah rather than God.
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Ugh

I hate it even more when skin heads think it's prejudice when history isn't a little more sympathic to nazis. Like what world are you living in?
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That's weird.
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shugotenshi-atm wrote:
The problem isn't the religion, it is shitty people.
yes and no.
Its both more or less.
Where you have to change the "core" of it and put them out of the stone age they live in.
How to view women, science, other people or rather anything from the "outside world".
Its like a wall around north korea only with faith and belief (some that has been hold by traditions, history of .. things)

and why you have major site/channels dedicated to muslim masses that teach..them nothing then hate on the west, hate on new froms as the old ones are the truth or best in anything.
While to also why there is so many ex-muslims.


But sure there are some things laying around christians as well with a cult following atleast its not taken that seriously by others.
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