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  • a couple of points (Score:2, Insightful)

    by TeeJay (2309) on 2002.07.23 9:03 (#10960) Homepage Journal
    One - feeling blessed has little to do with any religion - some personalise the intervention of a deity more than others but its pretty universal - quite how it would make christian beliefs more relevent than any other I don't know.

    Two - A child in Iran would quite possibly feel exactly the same but replace jesus with Mohammed and Christianity with Islam.

    This means your belief would probably be different according to your upbringing. I mean is there anything about your experiences particular to the christian faith - bearing in mind those two points.
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    • Answering your post (without digesting the rest yet), as I understand Islam and Christianity, they worship two different Gods. In Christianity, God is worshipped as a Trinity, which is a stark contrast to Islam, where the Qur'an specifically states that God had no son.

      I agree with your statement that my beliefs would be different under different circumstances, but I find it hard to believe that if God were Islam, he would have cared about someone that didn't believe in Him enough to bless his life.

      Jaso