I just found and read your article and will read the comments as time allows.
You write: Christianity is one of the best examples of a terrorist religion.
I'll let Pope Benedict XVI address that ridiculous claim.
and particularly the part that reads:
"Nowadays, this supernatural sense of the faith of believers leads to a vigorous reaction against the prejudice according to which religions, and in particular monotheistic religions, are intrinsically predisposed to violence, especially on the pretext that they lay claim to a universal truth. Some maintain that only a 'polytheism of values' would guarantee tolerance and civil peace by conforming to the spirit of a pluralistic democratic society. ... On the one hand, it is important to remember that faith in one God, the Creator of heaven and earth, meets the rational demands of metaphysical reflection, which is not weakened, but rather strengthened and deepened by the Revelation of the mystery of the Triune God. On the other hand, it is necessary to emphasise the form that the definitive Revelation of the mystery of the Triune God takes in the life and death of Jesus Christ, led unto the cross like 'a lamb that is led to the slaughter'. The Lord offers a radical refusal of any form of hate or violence in favour of the absolute primacy of agape. While throughout history there have been or indeed there are forms of violence carried out in the name of God, these cannot be attributed to monotheism, but rather to historical causes, and in particular to human error. It is, rather, an oblivion to God that immerses human society in a form of relativism, which ineluctably generates violence. Once the possibility of referring to a form of objective truth is negated to all, dialogue becomes impossible and violence, whether declared or concealed, becomes the rule governing human relations. Without opening up to the transcendent, which enables us to find answers to our questions on the meaning of life and how to live in a moral fashion, man becomes incapable of acting with justice or committing himself to peace".
You write: Christianity is one of the best examples of a terrorist religion. It has an automatic justification allowing it to take away individual and cultural freedom and insert itself instead.
In reply 2, Daiwa asked for a list of Christian attacks in the last 200 years and you haven't replied.
Can you show us where, when, and how Christianity is a terrorist religion that has an automatic justification allowing it to take away individual and cultural freedom and insert itself instead?
"to take away individual and cultural freedom"....hmmmm....How about the individual freedom to be born? The womb is a very dangerous place to be nowadays and it isn't the Christian religion that's made it that way.
No sir. It's the State's civil religion of Secular and Atheistic Humanism that has to be taken into consideration here and their bloody practice of abortion on demand which is none other than state sanctioned medical terrorism against the innocent, defenseless child in the womb. State sanctioned medical terrorism has killed over 53 million babies and counting.
Christianity supports and upholds the culture of life, while the Secular and Atheist Humanism consider the bloody death practice of abortion a "cultural freedom". In this one respect, the terrorist religion is Secular and Atheist Humanism.
Btw, it is not Christianity, but rather the Secular and Atheistic philosophy that gave us Nazism and Communism. These systems are in opposition to Christianity and its traditional beliefs and practices, which hold that human freedom comes from ALMIGHTY GOD, not the State.