Amphiist 69: A potential problem with Christianity which doesn’t exist in Islam

· Religion

There are many sides fighting to influence our world view

We need to listen to all of them (free speech)

The Amphiist defends the views of the oppressed, such as Muslims, the LGBTQ2 community, and men in general

Amphiist is a Greek word meaning looking at both sides

Amphiist (69)

Editor: Jaclyn Holland-Strauss                 Worldview @

Facebook: Jaclyn Holland-Strauss                    Twitter: @JaclynHStrauss

June 13, 2018                              Today in the…

Natural Aristocrat, Emotionally Intelligent, Woke, Self-Actualized

Mainstream media

The mainstream media does not advocate for any particular religion, which is as it should be, of course. However, they also do not acquaint their readers enough with the differences between religions. They treat Islam as though it is a monolithic faith, and Christianity and Judaism fare little better. When they discuss Islam, it is within the context of migrants supposedly causing ruination among the communities they invade or infiltrate. Christians are seen as backwards and not keeping up with the progressive times, while Judaism is written about rarely if ever. Religion is an important part of millions upon millions of people’s lives, and although media should not advocate for a particular belief system, they should at least delineate between them better.

 (Turn over page for other perspective)


The Other Side

Because of my personal journey, I have been asking questions about Christianity and why it has failed so many (but succeeded for some). The main difference between Christianity and Islam is that Christians believe that Jesus is the Son of God, and died on the cross for our sins, erasing the original sin of our births because of the transgression of Adam and Eve (especially Eve, of course).

Muslims love Jesus, because they believe that he is a Prophet and Messenger of God. In fact, he is one of the few Prophets of Islam who merit that application, according to them.

My question on this matter is: If Why was Lucifer banished from heaven if he was part of God’s plan? If Jesus, according to the Bible, died for all sins and Luckifer tempted Adam and Eve to sin, which set up the need for the Atonement in the first place, then should God have rewarded Lucifer? Why was Lucifer thrust down into hell if the plan of salvation could not have occurred without him?

A belief in Islam solves this problem, because they believe that another man was substituted for Jesus so that he did not die on the cross, and was protected (taken up to heaven).

Please consider donating to my Paypal account at jaclyncarter2005@gmail.comto help me travel to major cities and print this newsletter so the Western masses can see.

Leave a Comment