7, yikes. i'm entitled to my opinion and you're entitled to yours, but why the hostility? you can state your point without the underlying hostility, you know.
i just want to say that i'm not a christian, but do have a tremendous respect and reverence for the great spiritual figure jesus. i'm not trying to ram anything down anyone's throat, if you didn't like the post you could have simply stopped reading and went on to another section. now, if i came to your home, welcomed myself in,  and made you listen to my beliefs at gunpoint, then i might be ramming it down your throat. you're like one of those people that bitch and complain about a show on tv, and all that they had to do was to turn the channel--imagine that.
but, quite frankly i really don't care what you say about me, i'm far from being a fanatic--but you are totally wrong in your opinion that jesus is to blame for all the wars and crusades that this world has had to endure! it isn't the fault of jesus that greed, hatred and evil dwells in the hearts of barbaric men, who would use any excuse in the book to hate, injure or kill their brothers. if they didn't use religion as an excuse to exercise their hatred, then it would be a war for land, or food, or to kill another person because they look different, or talk different, have different color of skin or they wanted that pair of nike shoes for themselves and so killed the person to get it. jesus can not be held responsible for the ignorance of men-period. he brought a wonderful spiritual teaching to this world--one of service, of love and of healing--he can not be blamed for the murder of the crusades or any other war done in his name. that point you should really think about, because you are totally incorrect.
and as far as you think that this is not the proper room for this post----i suppose that your ridiculous post on the contemplation of your navel is more appropriate. yeah-------right.
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