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The Origins of Islam

That checks out. Islam has always struck me as the fantasy religion of a derranged, psychotic coomer
again, muhammed performed wudu (washed himself before prayer) with water into which dead dogs and menstrual rags were thrown and when people questioned it he replied that water is always pure and cant be made unpure, and aisha had to scrape off cum stains from his clothes...best rolemodel of all times - islam is a murderous mental illness - demonic possession can include rather harmless stupidity - but islam is just mentally ill - even demons are not as filthy and deranged as muhammed - allah is an arab demon, but the word demonic or even satanic are too weak terms for this madness, it is just too strange.
 
"It would take too long to tell you all the stories about this famous impostor [...] Mohammed's religion consists of a monstrous mixture of Judaism, Paganism and Christianity. Mohammed propagated his religion, not through miracles or persuasive words, but through the force of arms. [It is] a religion that favors every sort of licentiousness and which, in a short time, allowed Mohammed to become the leader of a troop of brigands. Along with them he raided the countries of the East and conquered the people, not by introducing the Truth, not by miracles or prophecy; but for one reason only: to raise his sword over the heads of the conquered shouting: believe or die." - St. John Bosco on Mohammedanism
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"It would take too long to tell you all the stories about this famous impostor [...] Mohammed's religion consists of a monstrous mixture of Judaism, Paganism and Christianity. Mohammed propagated his religion, not through miracles or persuasive words, but through the force of arms. [It is] a religion that favors every sort of licentiousness and which, in a short time, allowed Mohammed to become the leader of a troop of brigands. Along with them he raided the countries of the East and conquered the people, not by introducing the Truth, not by miracles or prophecy; but for one reason only: to raise his sword over the heads of the conquered shouting: believe or die." - St. John Bosco on Mohammedanism
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Aquinas said the same, but more complex.
 
You know what. I’m going to be generous. Mohammad was having some spiritual issues and let’s assume Moe was visited by St. Gabriel and the angel gave him literacy to “read” the Quran. If you know the story, I think that’s where we get the English phrase “the writings on the wall” from.

This presents what TV Tropes calls unfortunate implication. Gabriel visited someone else - the Theotokos. She proclaimed the Magnificat and said “I am the lords humble servant, may it be done according to his will.” I’ve read the Quran. Especially the Meccan verses. Mohammad could have ran home, repented of his sins, and converted to Christianity. But unlike the Theotokos he did not humble himself. He used his vision to make himself a f**king king (no pun intended.) he wasn’t a troubled man with what we would call mental health issues like David and Solomon. He used his vision to rally a bunch of pagans around his own interpretation of “the way” based on HIS life experience rather than any true logosian theology. It’s like Augustine’s City of God. My will be done vs Thy will be done. He should’ve humbled himself, converted to Christianity like his first wife, and spread the gospel to Arabia. But no - he wanted to be a King and got more unhinged as he got older. If that was the gospel, I’d go follow Ghengis Kahn. I can get more excited over his life than Mohammad’s.

Just some food for thought. It gets even funnier when you know the man’s job. Mohammad - King of the Salesmen
 
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You know what. I’m going to be generous. Mohammad was having some spiritual issues and let’s assume Moe was visited by St. Gabriel and the angel gave him literacy to “read” the Quran. If you know the story, I think that’s where we get the English phrase “the writings on the wall” from.

This presents what TV Tropes calls unfortunate implication. Gabriel visited someone else - the Theotokos. She proclaimed the Magnificat and said “I am the lords humble servant, may it be done according to his will.” I’ve read the Quran. Especially the Meccan verses. Mohammad could have ran home, repented of his sins, and converted to Christianity. But unlike the Theotokos he did not humble himself. He used his vision to make himself a f**king king (no pun intended.) he wasn’t a troubled man with what we would call mental health issues like David and Solomon. He used his vision to rally a bunch of pagans around his own interpretation of “the way” based on HIS life experience rather than any true logosian theology. It’s like Augustine’s City of God. My will be done vs Thy will be done. He should’ve humbled himself, converted to Christianity like his first wife, and spread the gospel to Arabia. But no - he wanted to be a King and got more unhinged as he got older. If that was the gospel, I’d go follow Ghengis Kahn. I can get more excited over his life than Mohammad’s.

Just some food for thought. It gets even funnier when you know the man’s job. Mohammad - King of the Salesmen
Genghis Khan never pretended to be anything other than a ruthless conqueror. At least he's honest while Mohammad was equally bloodthirsty but covered it all in a veneer of false righteousness and spiritual deception. I'd take the former any day over the latter.
 
Interestingly enough, the Mongols believed the Pope to be a ruler of some sort but upon spying, they realized he functioned as a holy man. They even claimed that the God of the Christians had spoken to Genghis Khan. Nestorian Christians had made mission trips to Mongolia very early.
Not so much the great Khan but a lot of Mongols did consider converting to Christianity. In its Nestorian form.
 
Made up, copy pasted and amalgamated into a monotheistic 'religion' designed for conquest and assimilation.

Very similar to the stories of certain people also spawning from the middle east
 
You know what. I’m going to be generous. Mohammad was having some spiritual issues and let’s assume Moe was visited by St. Gabriel and the angel gave him literacy to “read” the Quran. If you know the story, I think that’s where we get the English phrase “the writings on the wall” from.

The expression "the writing is on the wall" comes directly from the Bible, Daniel 5. Letting King Belshazzar know he was history, literally and figuratively.

And this the writing that was written, MENE, MENE, TEKEL, UPHARSIN. This the interpretation of the thing:
MENE; God hath numbered thy kingdom, and finished it.
TEKEL; Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found wanting.
PERES; Thy kingdom is divided, and given to the Medes and Persians.
 
There are some fundamental differences between how the Angel Gabriel appears in the Bible vs the Quran:

Gabriel of the Bible:
Brings calmness and relieves people of fear
Known for making sure that people knew the message he was bringing

Gabriel of the Quran:
Not very helpful (Is he an angel at all?)
Quranic verses distinguish Gabriel from Allah, the believers and the angels (Implication that he is a different being)
Hadith literature (Sahih al-Bukhari): ‘Gabriel’ caught Mohammed forcefully and pressed him so hard (multiple times) until he could no longer breathe. He then sought the comfort of Khadija (First wife of Mohammed) as he was deeply fearful of the previous encounter. He attempted to commit suicide multiple times, ‘Gabriel’ would appear at just the right moment to comfort Mohammed.
 
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