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The impotent god of Islamic terrorists

by randy on September 11th, 2007

It’s ironic that Islamic terrorists doctrinally purport their god to be omnipotent, yet express the need for man to aid and help him in the task of establishing justice. The fact that their god requires the aid of man to get justice disproves his doctrinal omnipotence and proves his practical impotency.

In Osama Bin Laden’s 9/11 video message he’s quoted, “It remains for us to do our part. So I tell every young man among the youth of Islam: It is your duty to join the caravan (of martyrs) until the sufficiency is complete and the march to aid the High and Omnipotent continues,” (http://apnews.myway.com/article/20070911/D8RJ8QL81.html)

So the contrast is clear:
Muslims are to trust in themselves, in their own false sense of righteousness to establish justice and make things right- even if that means seeking justice against perceived persecution. In effect their god is impotent and will never be able to seek justice without them.

Christians are to follow the example of Jesus who embraced the cross; who forgave His persecutors, who loved His enemies and who gave up his life (martyrdom)- not to kill/blow up his enemies but to ultimately save them. A biblical Christian acknowledges his inability to determine righteousness on his own and patiently waits the omnipotent God to seek justice while praying for his enemies to repent and experience the same grace and forgiveness extended to themselves.

From → Apologetics

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