Sunday, 24 February 2013
Jesus never murdered anyone.
Jesus never raped a woman.
Jesus never engaged in pedophilia.
Jesus never taught a woman was worth half a man.
Jesus never taught that women should be stoned.
Jesus never lied about his religious agenda.
Jesus never practiced sacred deception.
Jesus never tortured a human being.
Jesus never enslaved anyone.
Jesus never used a person as a sex slave whether male or female.
Jesus never forcefully used methods to convert people to his cause.
Jesus never raided a caravan.
Jesus never ordered his followers to assassinate his enemies.
Jesus never condoned polygamy.
Jesus never believed he had a special dispensation from God to have as many wives as he wished.
Jesus did not teach warfare against other religions.
Jesus never beheaded another human being.
Jesus never practiced necrophilia.
Jesus was never a military commander.
Mohammed did all of these things that Jesus did not. The proof is in the reading of the trilogy of Islamic sacred scriptures, better known as the Koran, the Haddiths (teachings of Mohammed) and the Sira (the life of Mohammed). I defy you to prove me wrong.
This blog is especially addressed to the clergy and parishoners of Calvary Episcopal Church who have invited Imam Rauf to speak at their Lenten Service next week. Also to the administration, faculty and students of Rhodes College as they listen to the great deceiver, Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf next week. And finally to the clergy and congregants of Heartsong United Methodist Church in the suburban Memphis. All of the above are dangerously close to denying the foundations of our great Judeo-Christian culture and values.
There was a man who changed history for the better . His name was Jesus, not Mohammed.
Wake up before you find your heads on the Muslim chopping block, literally. Return to the teachings of the Gospels and Jesus ! Know the Truth and the Truth shall set you free.
In hoc signo vinces,
Posted on 02/24/2013 6:14 AM by John Constantine
25 Feb 2013
An Episcopal church, a Presbyterian College and a United Methodist Church. Who'd ah thunk it.
Must be no Unitarian Universalist in western Tennessee.