seignet posted:ksazma posted:
Clearly Muhammad didn't follow the Jews nor the Christians. He said the Jews were too obsessive and the Christians were too reckless. He ADVISED (not ordered, Siggy) his companions to take the middle path between the two instead which would be more reasonable, rational and correct. The proven wisdom of Muhammad.
Mohammad had fundamental differences with Christians of ME. He had dialogue with them for a long time. His major objection was how the Almighty God was percieved. Basically, he felt so strongly about it, he took to the sword to ENFORCE his ideaology.
Muhammad's understanding of God is similar to everyone before Paul concluded with the Romans to concoct the fraudulent claim that Jesus was part of a triune Godhead. Even Jesus couldn't bring himself to have another address him as good one (telling the man that ONLY God is good) much less allow a fraud like Paul to betray Jesus by lying that Jesus is part of a triune Godhead.