Sunday, July 09, 2006

The Religious Clash of Egos

As always, it's a matter of power and/or money.


It's Not About the Interests of Jesus, Muhammad or God

The Religious Clash of Egos

All the founders of world religions made it perfectly clear that religion is only about how we treat ourselves and each other, and that God does not benefit from religion.

God's priority is human interests. It's not about God.

If we look closer, all religious disagreements can be boiled down to ego and power.

The rabbis did not disagree with Jesus about the Ten Commandments, but about what the Gospel means for rabbinical power.

Christian Rome did not disagree with Muhammad about the Ten Commandments (the Koran confirmed them), it was about the control of the Middle East.

Jews, Christians and Muslims expect Jesus to come once Jerusalem has become a big metropolis. Well, now it has.

So what are they going to do when Jesus comes and tells them that there is nothing to clash about?

Source:
http://cytations.blogspot.com/2006/07/its-not-about-interests-of-jesus.html

2 Comments:

Blogger Johnito said...

So what are they going to do when Jesus comes and tells them that there is nothing to clash about?

Until now there's always someone around there, finding or creating a reason to clash about...

People all around the world need to find a way to force our leaders to stop the current wars, especially the one developing in the middle east.

This one is extremely dangerous, for the people of Libanon, Palestine and Israƫl, but I figure it's a matter of weeks or even days until we reach a boiling point, resulting in a full blown war against Iran. And that's when we're all gonna be in trouble.

4:12 AM  
Blogger Earl said...

Hi Johnito
Yes, I agree with you. The religious aspect is terrifying, and religions are and have been used for centuries for such political purposes, among others.

Good to hear from you.

I'm still thinking about my blogs as to what I want to do. My StumbleUpon blog is my pet at the moment.

11:37 PM  

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