Christian Blasphemy Laws

Bismillahir Rahmanir Raheem
بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ ,

Islamic countries have come under criticism from many Christian missionaries for having laws which protect their religious tenets. In what can only be described as pure hypocrisy, or wilful ignorance, they seemed to have also forgotten that they also use blasphemy laws to their own benefit. Christians in India, apparently angry at a non-believer who disproved a farce of a miracle, encited authorities to detain and charge the man for allegedly, “hurting the religious sentiments of a particular community” or in other words, blaspheming their religion by disproving a false miracle.

Sanal Edamaruku, an Indian skeptic, went to Mumbai and revealed that a “miraculous” weeping cross was really just a bit of statuary located near a leaky drain whose liquid reached it by way of capillary action. The local Catholic Church demanded that he retract his statements, and when he refused, they had him arrested for blasphemy.

Source: Indian Skeptic Charged for “Blasphemy” for revealing secret behind “miracle” of weeping cross.

Please click the above link for the full article, which explains the pains through which the large Christian community in India are endeavouring upon, to hang on to pure desperation and deceit to build their faith.

wa Allaahu Alam.
[and God knows best.]

One comment

  • ijaz, the roman catholic church isn’t a good representative of Christianity. They deny Sola Fide (the doctrine of salvation by faith alone) which is a basic Christian doctrine, my friend. Ijaz, I respect you that you do your research, but the issue is that I am not convinced you understand the differences between Reformed theology and Roman Catholicism. It is inconsistent with Jesus’ teachings to kill others. And if you try to bring up the Old Testament, I suggest you read “Is God a Moral Monster?” by Paul Copan. He refutes that objection.

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