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- Jesus is a prophet in Islam.
Yeah, but he didn't die in Islam
But not a god.
shut up nerd
yes but not the son of God as Christians believe but the second of three prophets.
Dude, we have many prophets and tons of messengers
peace be upon them
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I really don't get how Jews became pretty much the devil in Islamist writings and teachings all over the world, when literally all their profits but two came from Judaism.
isn't it something about the Jews being given Allah's teachings but they basically fucked it up and corrupted the religion? I'm not very clear on how Islam views Judaism, but it's something along those lines, so you do get Jewish prophets but also Jews = bad.
of course, I imagine the main factor is really Arab-Jew rivalry and ethnoreligious prejudice
Ah, might be. Not really well read about the subject myself.
Yeah, probably. Also long-standing conflicts over land, water and all that stuff.
So rich muslims are rich because of the jews or how does it work?
Well yeah, Jews are behind pretty much all the wealth in the world. I thought that was common knowledge.
But yeah, I just can't type.
Yes, but just a prophet. The whole "I am God and my own father" thing is where the schism occurs.
that's not a prophet, that's a time paradox
That's also where alot of schisms in Christianity occur.
Well pretty much the whole mainstream was always (and still is) down with the concept of a triune god, to the point that nontrinitarian sects are theologically marginalized (look at Mormons and JWs). At least within the main bulk of Christianity, it's not so divisive an issue. They like to argue over other things
e.g. transubstantiation, faith vs. works, infant baptism, origin and manner of procession of the Holy Spirit, church leadership, unpardonable sins
I'm not a theologian but wasn't it the debate on jesus nature as a human and god at the same time that led to the council of nicaea and the east - west schism?
The Council of Nicaea, yes. The 1054 schism, not quite. The latter was more to do with the whole "origin and procession of the Holy Spirit + church leadership" parts.
Indeed, regarding Nicaea, there were schools of thought claiming Jesus was
equal and eternal with God the Father and they being in One in the same. Likewise, these churches demoted the Holy Spirit from godhead status, a big no-no. The council rendered these views heretical. Arius' minority doctrine persisted in some churches but was definitely marginalized for good.
And this was arguably the first major, far-reaching decision in what would become a long line of suppressive anti-nontrinitarian thought. While the council got to throw out this dissenting sect, the various churches now had the opportunity to clarify the language of Christ's nature and streamline the new "official" Christology that was decided on. Two birds, one stone. And this language would remain central for a long time i.e. until the present day
Yeah, Santa Claus literally punched a Egyptian priest in the face for saying *gasp* that Jesus was not God! That was literally one of the greatest examples of blatant hero worship I've ever heard about, and today it's gone overboard.
- Golly gee wiz, I sure am getting mighty tired of this forced meme.
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Doubt you'd be happy if your parents would decide to pull a plug on you. Doubt you'd be happy killing your own child.
If my every moment of existence is suffering? Yes. I would beg for death. Killing me would be a mercy. Keeping this kid alive just to suffer more is nothing but selfishness on the part of the parents, because they'd rather have a suffering child for their sake than give him up for his sake.
To your first doubt - I'd be dead, so I wouldn't give a shit. Use your brain, here. Also, I'd rather be dead than live a shitty existence.
To your second doubt - I would absolutely kill my child if they were in this situation. Suffering is the ultimate evil, and no life is worth living if it is full of suffering. I would be a monster if I were to keep it alive.
Just idiots who have no idea what disease this kid even has. It's genetic, it's progressive, it's fatal, there is no cure.
The experimental treatment is aimed at slowing the progression, since the kid already cannot breath on his own he will still have to remain hospitalized and mechanically ventilated. Then they want to give him an experimental drug and observe to see if his conditions gets worse at a slower rate or not.
I find it inhumane.
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