How can we explain ISIS? Instead of a God who loves from all eternity, Islam offers a God who demands submission. And that looks violent on the ground.
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Although this is not an indepth study of the issue it surely lends itself to thoughtful consideration. Taking the religion of Islam at it’s base points and compare it to Christianity at it’s base point we see there is a vast difference in the two. Jesus said a good tree can not produce bad fruit nor a bad tree produce good fruit. Neither can bitter water flow from a sweet well. By their fruit you shall know them.
Even modern idioms have this one right if we recall the old saying one bad apple spoils the bunch. There is something rotten in the middle east and it is rapidly growing rotten fruit and as a result the rotten fruit is polluting everything it comes in contact with.