>tell all my Muzzie friends that all the prophets before Muhammed were technically jews.
>see them get visibly angry at me
How can Muslims hate jews if the prophets were jews?
>king of the jews
>jews don't believe in him
KOM DEG UT AV LANDET VÅRT MUSLIMAVSKUM
In 100 years of solitude, a priest speculates that it's actually Satan sitting in God's throne, folling all of us ever since the beginning of time.
I actually like this image, explains a lot.
They weren't technically Jews, they were Jews. They followed the teachings of the Torah, had curly hair, and a piece of their dick cut off in the name of Hashem. Mohammed was born 1300 years after Moses received the Ten Commandments.
Judaism is like a movie that spawned two more shitty straight to video sequels.
Not really, he was a delusional Jew who thought he was the messiah but fulfilled none of the requirements. He was more of a prophet like Elijah and preformed miracles and shit.
It was his followers that created a religion around him and jew Paul who worked hard to distance himself from Jews
He was a pedophile and it was a post online which my sister then showed to them. They confronted me and I told them I don't believe in god and especially don't agree at all with Islam.
nevermind,it's written in a book supposedly as important as the quaran
Bukhari vol. 7, #65:
"Narrated Aisha that the prophet wrote the marriage contract with her when she was six years old and he consummated his marriage when she was nine years old. Hisham said: "I have been informed that Aisha remained with the prophet for nine years (i.e. till his death).""
basically they believe that everybody on earth since the beginning of times were born muslims, that if islam didn't catch on until the 7th century it was because all the previous prophets of islam who were muslim got allah's orders corrupted and twisted by men
the only shocking event was he married with his stepsons ex-wife. after that arabs stopped adopting children
>direct word of god
it isn't direct word of god dingus. it's hadith. it comes via people, not quran. and it's not even only hadith about aisha's marriage.
>mfw muslims literally believe that stars are fireball ammunitions placed by allah in the sky to throw at the bad "djinns"
>God has infinite power but draws the universe with a 3D-editing program for 7 days
>brings adam down on earth because someone eats a fruit that satan doesn't tell everybody in existence to not eat today.
>suddenly bring up the expanding universe fact
>"God isn't finished creating the universe?" (he's making mods)
>"O-O-OF COURSE NOT IT IS HIS WILL AND THAT INFLATIONARY UNIVERSE MODEL BULL ISN'T MENTIONED IN THE QURAN)"
>Russian languge makes everyone Enstein.
Einstein had a delay in speech during his childhood. His brain had an extra helping of gyri (more cortical mass distributed in folds) and better interhemispheric communication.
This is according to the major studies after dissection of his brain. He is not a good example
Why does religion have to organised and not personal?
When I was young I believed in God and went to church etc but I also believe3d in reincarnation, and I can remember a really religious family friend going NO THAT'S NOT WHAT HAPPENS AT ALL when I told her that I believed you can be reincarnated or stay in heaven for a while.
Christianity had en enlightenment Islam didn't, it's really as simple as that.
It's similar to how Hitler is vilified in Germany but Stalin is respected/simply ignored in Russia. Germany was properly denazified, Russia was never properly decommified.
Old indo-european religion(paganism) was infinitely superior as it allowed for much more freedom but retained some community-wide aspects(important for knitting society together).
True, they had tries on enlightenment though.
Like the Mutazila, but sadly the conservatice shat on it fast and hard.
Similar to how the emirate of cordoba got shanked by moors because they were to soft in islam.
Give unto cesear what is cesear's is one of the best aspects of christianity.
>Why does religion have to organised and not personal?
Because the invalidity of religion is intolerable if you submit your worldly existence to these archaic rules..and the outcome is a waste of time...And even worse if you're alone and others aren't doing the same.
It's Caesar 2bh.
>give unto Caesar
That's the main difference between Christianity and Islam. Islam started from "the top" and Christianity from "the bottom".
Islam was always meant to be dominating and Christianity to be subservient. This aspect of it had to be heavily modified though when they were to convert the Germanians who were all very warlike and independent-minded.
>It should be about finding your place in the universe, finding peace and all that stuff.
It should be substituted by proper science until verifiable and reproducible evidence of God's existence presents itself.
We are, according to the Big Bang, the product of the rapid expansion of an infinitely small and infinitely dense point and roughly 150,000-90,000 years of constant adaptation to our environment.
Its a more integral framework than religion is, and by far.
Why did you bring science up though? Why doe science and religion have to be against each other? If you believe in the forest spirit or w/e I don't see how that interferes with anything science related.
It's only organised religion created by men that does this because they make shitty books with rules and saying THIS happened even though it's bollocks.
I don't understand it
>NO GOD MADE THE UNIVERSE IN 7 DAYS
Why don't they believe that God created the big bang?
On a related note, the discussion about where we came from and what our purpose is has long since moved away from clerics and most philosophers who don't care about the empirical and rehash the words of great thinker from the past.
Instead mainly physicans and some philosophers combine verifiable knowledge and scientific theories with already existing thought schools to create new models of the world and possible answers.
There is no need for religion at all.
fuck your semitic religions
Not necessarily. Afaik classical Judaism basically didn't have an afterlife. I know Finnish paganism's after"life" was basically lying around sleeping in a cold cave.
Norse paganism's afterlife was that you went to Hel no matter what you did except if you was a great warrior then you might get to come to Asgård/Vanaheim.
That's what sheol is, eventually they started whining about having no afterlife and that's when the messiah shit came about.
so it's dreamless sleep until the trve messiah returns
True, sounds comfy desu.
>tfw whether there's an afterlife or not my dad is at peace
you've been surrounded by protestants for far too long
Because religious Jews are dumb so they kill a good Jew, then dumb Christians use that to hate dumb Jews more, year later you have dumb sand niggers who also want to hate and need an excuse and then you have all 3 in this thread to laugh at
The "church" or organised christianity was arguably started by the apostles since catholics, orthodox and eastern churches all claim apostolic legitimacy. The first council of nicaea was where christianity was standardized before becoming the state religion of the roman empire.
Its because russians are equally violent.
It wasnt though. The apostoles didnt even write the texts.
But you cant be a christian and support organized religion. The bible specifically tells you not to pray in public, but always in the privacy of your own home. Same with charity, if people know you gave it its worth shit.