Our respective cultures are to a large degree defined by what we consider to be divine. (For the record, I'm an atheist.)
the Christian gospel (if I recall correctly) God came to us in the
person of Jesus Christ, a carpenter, a member of the building trades,
someone who did creative work for a living. And Christians as a rule
generally follow that example.
Islam on the other hand is solely
the creation of a self appointed spokesman for a recycled pagan deity.
The false prophet Mohammad was an essentially parasitic individual who
married for money and then proceeded to pursue a career of wanton
vandalism, robbery, murder, rape, and pedophilia, all while claiming to
pass on messages from a false god. In the course of his career Mohammad
also created the practice of modern political terrorism. Muslims, the
slaves of the false god Allah, are commanded to follow the example of
I'm usually loathe to agree with any Marxist but one of
them made what I now consider a valid point. We imagine our divine
authority to be a reflection of ourselves and our values. The Lord God
of the Judaic and Christian tradition is the creator of Heaven and
Earth, and the creator and protector of Life, and we in our lives work
to emulate him. On the other hand the false god Allah is the perfect
reflection of the depraved creature who created him, a malignant
narcissist who wantonly destroys and murder at a whim, and hardcore
Muslims have not the slightest clue as to why this is wrong.
product of our respective values is plainly obvious. Jews and Christians
are builders and protectors. Those who obey the false prophet Mohammad
to the letter are destroyers and murderers.