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Yes

28 votes
6 comments

Christianity is more peaceful

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Islam is more peaceful

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McHitler says2015-05-03T16:24:28.0242909-05:00
Well they're both violent by principle....So.....
Stefy says2015-05-03T16:31:21.9148311-05:00
^i dont agree with that. I think neither is more peaceful than the other. Both have the potential to be used for incredibak good and incredible evil. It dependa on how good a person you are and what course of action you decide to take. Now if you went purley by the major relgiius text you might come to a conclusion (in my opinion the qaran is the more peacefuk book) but i think is an unfair and narrow way to examine a religion.
ashkan says2015-05-04T17:53:45.2712106-05:00
Genesis9: There are many christian terrorist, just look it up. The KKK which exists today is also considered a terrorist group. There are many others that exist today, but most are not shown on the news. Just because you don't hear about it doesn't mean it didn't happen. Look it up.
I_DONT_CARE says2015-05-05T13:38:51.3350705-05:00
Neither
CJM says2015-05-20T21:03:30.6703738-05:00
Both have been violent at some point in history. There is no doubt about it. As a Christian I won't deny what people of my faith has done. Though I do think Islam is a lot more violent. People like to point out the Crusades for the Chrisians, but why not the 270 million non-Muslims killed by Islam? I don't get why people like to point out what Christianity has done, then completely ignore what others have done. I know not everyone who follows Islam is violent and will murder infidels, but out of the two I go with Islam from what we have seen, what we see now, and their Holy Book.
Midnight1131 says2015-11-20T23:09:54.3999230Z
Where's the option for "both are tied?"
tajshar2k says2015-11-20T23:34:04.9100175Z
They both are not tied.

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