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Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by PastorSBC1303, Jun 19, 2007.
"I am both Muslim and Christian"
She said that she could be both Muslim and Christian in the way that she was both 100% African American and 100% woman at the same time.
She can claim both her gender and her race. They are two separate characterisitics that she possesses.
She cannot serve two masters.........at least that's what I've read in the bible. And I'll take God at His Word on that. :thumbs:
Could it be like I am Christian and Jewish?
Spiritual and heritage?
What's the context? Ya gotta give us more!
Hey, Bitsy.....read the link! :thumbs:
A proverb and an exhortation for our 'christoislamic hybrid' come to mind:
The proverb: "The only thing in the 'middle of the road' are yellow lines and dead armadillos."
The exhortation: Pee or get off the pot. Pick the Truth (Way and Life as well) or error. Choose one. You choose both? That's error.
Well, Duh! I've been sitting all day! I don't know why that makes the brain so useless
Well! That's one of the silliest things I've ever read and why in the world one of them didn't kick her out is silly too! Doesn't someone in either place know what they believe!?!
Can we say that out in the open?
I agree btw
You can say it out in the open, as long as you don't do it out in the open! :laugh:
I can't say what I think. Which probably means I shouldn't even think it.
Islam and Christianity are mutually exclusive and the horse pile the one prof shoveled about some regarding Christ divinity as his embodiment of God's love isn't even Christianity.
A Muslim being a Christian is equivalent to a woman being a "Reverend" or bishop. One can force the matter and make people believe it is so but the word of God will get in the way of such claims. I pray that one day someone is able to witness to her about the gospel of Jesus Christ and that He gives her up to a sound mind, rather than the emotional experiences the adversary is whispering in her ear about.
What it was about, according to the "reverend" (Psalm 111:9)...
"It wasn't about intellect. All I know is the calling of my heart to Islam was very much something about my identity and who I am supposed to be." - Rev. Ann Holmes Redding
What profit is there in heeding the calling of one's heart?
"The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?" - Jeremiah 17:9
Better it be that she listen to the calling of God and that calling is not in Mohammed...
"I press toward the mark for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus." - Philippians 3:14
What took you so long Rufus? We are already on post #12. :flower: :saint:
You got it all wrong, people!
We're supposed to follow what feels good to us. because, after
all, what feels good to US is the ultimate factor in choosing what
See.... God is a giant galactic teddy bear and nothing makes
him/her mad. He/She is super-inclusive and doesn't mind anything
that we do because He/She loves us and wants to give us all
big giant hugs.
So what we want to mix spiritual dirt and ice cream; who are YOU
Of course, you realize I'm being sarcastic.
Well I didn't read the link so I won't comment on this particular case, but I suspect it is at least possible for someone to be a Christian and Muslim at the same time. However, they probably wouldn't claim both although I may be surprised.
There might even be examples of this of people that accepted Christ at a younger age, but were then later deceived by the teachings of Islam later in life.
Again I doubt that person would claim to be a Christian while holding to Islamic teachings, but in that case they could be a Christian claiming and following Islamic teachings.
This gal is doing both simultaneously.
You could have just hit the sarcasm button donchano
It's like grapenuts. It's neither grape nor nuts. And she's neither christian nor muslim as far as I'm concerned.
For sure, you can't be both. I have right in front of me an Islamic pamphlet given to me by a fellow worker that is a mulsim. It's says in plane English: "Muslims do not believe in the Christian theory know as substitutionary atonement."
End of case, don't you think?
She is a pioneering member of a new faith called the last days one world church of Antichrist. Everyone is welcome, except for these fundies who won't welcome everyone.
Well I guess she might fit into the scenario that I gave. Maybe she was saved via Scriptures and then was deceived by the Isalmic teachings and is trying to have it both ways.
Or maybe she grew up Muslim and was introduced to the Truth, but hasn't fully weeded out the error yet.
Not sure .