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Old 11-23-2007   #46
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Re: Religion

Little Jimmy: (Tries to pour cereal from box; nothing comes out) "Nothing...for breakfast?"
Announcer: "That's right, little Jimmy! Nihilistic Crunch comes with a little nothing in every box!"
Little Jimmy: "Gee wiz, Mister! Won't I be hungry for the rest of the day?"
Announcer: "Well, Jimmy, that's the cost of keepin' it real."
Little Jimmy: (looks downcast)
Announcer: "Nihilistic Crunch: Now utterly devoid of swirls!"

Just kidding. Nihilism has its place, I suppose (perhaps just not at the breakfast table ).

But ANYWAY,

this
Quote:
Originally Said by noisome
1. the jewish people are still waiting for their prophet.
2. the christian people believe that prophet was jesus.
3. the muslim people believe that prophet was mohammed, and that while jesus was a prophet, and was cool, he was not the son of god, and he was not as cool as mohammed.
is actually a really fine summary of the comparison between those three worldviews. Sums it up well. It's interesting to note that a frequent point of comparison is how each views Jesus Christ.
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