The main theme of the Bible vs. the main theme of the Koran
The main theme of the Bible is God’s redeeming love through Jesus Christ. By contrast, the main theme (by actual word-count) of the Koran is the contrast of believers vs. non-believers and former believers. Almost every page either extols the virtue of being a Muslim or condemns non-believers as infidels, destined for eternal punishment. If you were to remove every verse exhorting believers and every verse that threatens unbelievers, there would be little left in the Koran. Ironically, the Koran says, “Let there be no compulsion in religion,” yet, if you refuse to convert or leave the punishment is death. How is that not a blatant contradiction?
My point is not to embarrass another man’s religion but to put the Bible in context.
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