Odds and Ends
28 2, 9:43am
I don't think I've ever seen someone use an inverse 'No true Scotsman' argument before.
Two things though: as one who does not belong to a given ethnic/religious group (Muslim), and so do not have a deep understanding of their cultural values, on what authority do you define people as 'real' or 'not real' muslims? And, based on this definition, what constitutes a 'real' christian? I haven't heard of anyone stoning to death their rebellious children as of late. And does anyone who kills another immediately disqualify as a christian? What about anyone who has ever stolen something, or lied? Since United States law has clear distinctions between citizens and non-citizens, of which there are several categories, does anyone following those laws, and thus not treating foreigners as a neighbor, also disqualify? (from Deuteronomy, Exodus, and Leviticus, respectively)
Also, upvoting your own comments doesn't lend you credibility.