I think the real issue with religion is that it’s not really about God, it’s about the religion. It’s about the institution of the religion. When I see myself in the mirror, I think of myself as a person. I am not a religion in the sense that I believe in any one thing, or even in many things. I am a person who lives in a world that is full of other people and other things than me.
So we’re back to a theme that I’ve been telling you for a long time: You can’t really be a person unless you believe in something. The thing is that you can believe in anything as long as you don’t believe in anything else.
I’m not talking about the religion itself, but instead the person that comes along with it. Faith has become such a dirty word that it is used as an insult. I’ve been told that I’m not a real person because I’m not a real person. So I’ve been told to stop believing in anything. It’s hard to believe in anything when you don’t believe in anything else. That’s why I can’t really be a person because I don’t believe in anything else.
It’s not just the person that comes along with it. The religion itself is a form of self-hatred. So much so that when we see our faith being used as a tool of oppression, it makes us feel worthless. We are told to stop believing in anything because it is a lie. Why? Because the lie is the only thing that is real.
So, you can’t tell me that faith is not a form of self-hatred? You can’t tell me that the religion itself is a self-hatred.
The reason we see our faith being used as a tool of oppression is because it is used against the oppressed. The fact is that the religious leaders in this country and around the world preach against, and try to kill, people who do not believe in their religion. They are the ones who use religion as a tool of oppression because they are the ones who are forcing people to lie through their teeth and believe lies.
This is the same as saying that the Christians who kill and burn gays and others in the name of their religion are the ones who are using their religion as a tool of oppression. The reason there no such thing as a “Christian-hating” movement is because there is no such thing as a “Christian-hating” religion. The fact is that people who are against their religion are against it because it is against their religion.
What I think is that the only way to truly understand the difference between Christianity and Islam is to ask the question, “What do you believe?” because that is the only way to truly understand how the religion is different to those who believe in it. If they have a belief about which they are certain to not be deceived, then they will not be deceived.
It doesn’t really matter if you’re a Christian or not, unless you are against religion in general, you will never truly understand what Christianity is and what Islam is. If you are against your religion, you are against what Christianity is and what Islam is. To understand Islam, you have to understand the teachings of Jesus, Muhammad, the first and last disciples of Jesus, and the other prophets that came before and after Jesus.
It is these teachings that, by and large, the Christian church teaches and this is why, in the New Testament, Jesus is referred to as the Son of God, or even God. For us, the Son of God is the Creator, or the Creator/redeemer of all men.