Muslim student finds Mormon BYU faith...

Muslim student finds Mormon BYU faith-affirming

There are 65 comments on the KSL-TV story from Mar 23, 2013, titled Muslim student finds Mormon BYU faith-affirming. In it, KSL-TV reports that:

But the Moroccan citizen didn't enroll to immerse herself in the Mormon faith. She came to BYU-Idaho, which is owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to reaffirm her own religious beliefs.

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“Good day to you!”

Since: Oct 08

Earth

#65 Apr 8, 2013
Rabbeen Al Jihad wrote:
<quoted text>Salaamz Little or No Surprize LOL! Just exactly Who did you think i was referring to? The Baptist? Seriously Who comes to mind when one mentions "Mainstream-Christians " The catholics ! Certainly not the Mormonz.My ignorance is huge and consists of many things,Pathetic is not amoung them.However the direction you,re going with your impudent attacks upon my personna is leading you to the very same place of pathetic.Perhaps instead of low-blowz you could bedazzle us all with your einstein-like mentality,LOL! You had a good start here with the catholic business but waned and blew yourself out over getting ignorant!LOL! It justly serves you right. Cheerz
Mainstream Christianity is normally used for 'non-Catholic' Christianity. Do you know why? I'll tell you since you don't know why or you wouldn't have referred to the RCC as mainstream Christianity.
Mainstream Christianity is made up of that part of Christianity that has no ties to RCC. Mainstream Christianity doesn't follow a pope. They usually don't believe in having statues of the apostles in their churches as do use the RCC. Their clergy usually don't dress up in fine robes and wear large shiny crosses of silver and gold. And mainstream Christianity believes in female ministers.
Catholics might think of themselves as mainstream Christianity but the rest on non-Catholic Christianity likes to call itself mainstream Christianity.
So your ignorance is excused :)
Rabbeen Al Jihad

Salt Lake City, UT

#66 Apr 9, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
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Mainstream Christianity is normally used for 'non-Catholic' Christianity. Do you know why? I'll tell you since you don't know why or you wouldn't have referred to the RCC as mainstream Christianity.
Mainstream Christianity is made up of that part of Christianity that has no ties to RCC. Mainstream Christianity doesn't follow a pope. They usually don't believe in having statues of the apostles in their churches as do use the RCC. Their clergy usually don't dress up in fine robes and wear large shiny crosses of silver and gold. And mainstream Christianity believes in female ministers.
Catholics might think of themselves as mainstream Christianity but the rest on non-Catholic Christianity likes to call itself mainstream Christianity.
So your ignorance is excused :)
Salaamz l.O.N.S. I stand partially corrected! Here all these millenia I thought Catholisizm was Mainstream christianity and all others were merely just the fruit fallen from the tree.LOL! CheerZ

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Since: Oct 08

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#67 Apr 9, 2013
Rabbeen Al Jihad wrote:
<quoted text>Salaamz l.O.N.S. I stand partially corrected! Here all these millenia I thought Catholisizm was Mainstream christianity and all others were merely just the fruit fallen from the tree.LOL! CheerZ
lol....ahh, seewe can get along ;)P
Actually you're correct in that the RCC believes itself to be mainstream Christianity and all other sects bad fruit fallen from it's good limbs.
On the other hand, all other non-RCC Christian sects view themselves as the good fruit fallen from bad/corrupted tree...lol.
Rabbeen Al Jihad

Salt Lake City, UT

#68 Apr 10, 2013
No Surprise wrote:
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lol....ahh, seewe can get along ;)P
Actually you're correct in that the RCC believes itself to be mainstream Christianity and all other sects bad fruit fallen from it's good limbs.
On the other hand, all other non-RCC Christian sects view themselves as the good fruit fallen from bad/corrupted tree...lol.
Salaamz N.S. & Salutations. For me its not really a matter of getting along,and more a matter of researching out the facts.And in this age of deceit that seems paramount in understanding ones real place and point of existance as one of the Almighty,s little creations. May the almighty Guide us all to vouchsafeing our souls properly. Cheerz
David

Collierville, TN

#69 Apr 20, 2013
Great Apostacy - Muslims got it first
New Testament to correct the Bible's mistakes - Muslims first
An Angel gave me the insight to translate it - Muslims...
All Christian religions are false - Muslims first...
Respect the Bible as far as it's translated correctly - Muslims...
Constantine and the Council did it - Muslims...
Greater than Jesus - Muslims...
God the Father's name is NOT Yahweh, it's Elohim - Muslims "allah"...
Polygamy is the way - Muslims...
No Surprise wrote:
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You don't read history much do you. You probably paid as much attention to history in school as you did to Mormonism as a kid. 9/11 came on different dates but a prejudiced religious discriminating bigot as yourself wouldn't know that.
If you would like some more "9/11" massacres as you call them posted committed by mighty white Christian men, you just let me know :)
http://www.chickamauga-cherokee.com/ywahoofal...
Big Tooth Gregory, sanctioned by the United States government, War Department, and Governor of the territory, carried on the ill famous Indian hating battle cry of John Seveir that "nits make lice".
Orders were issued to the Franklinites to split open the belly of any pregnant Cherokee woman, remove the baby inside her, and slice it as well. To the Franklinites, the Cherokee baby inside the mother was the nit that would eventually make lice.
Hiram Big Tooth Gregory and all his Indian fighters raped the women and younger female children of all ages, pillaged, cut bellies open, murdered, and scalped over 100 Chickamaugan Cherokee women and children that had been trapped underneath Ywahoo Falls, killing most of them as they ran, begged, huddled together, and screamed and pleaded for life.
The Sand Creek Massacre
Southern Cheyenne
November 29, 1864
Shortly afterward, Chivington led a force of about 700 men into Fort Lyon, and gave the garrison notice of his plans for an attack on the Indian encampment. Although he was informed that Black Kettle has already surrendered, Chivington pressed on with what he considered the perfect opportunity to further the cause for Indian extinction. On the morning of November 29, he led his troops, many of them drinking heavily, to Sand Creek and positioned them, along with their four howitzers, around the Indian village.
Black Kettle ever trusting raised both an American and a white flag of peace over his tepee. In response, Chivington raised his arm for the attack. Chivington wanted a victory, not prisoners, and so men, women and children were hunted down and shot.
With cannons and rifles pounding them, the Indians scattered in panic. Then the crazed soldiers charged and killed anything that moved. A few warriors managed to fight back to allow some of the tribe to escape across the stream, including Black Kettle.
The colonel was as thourough as he was heartless. An interpreter living in the village testified, "THEY WERE SCALPED, THEIR BRAINS KNOCKED OUT; THE MEN USED THEIR KNIVES, RIPPED OPEN WOMEN, CLUBBED LITTLE CHILDREN, KNOCKED THEM IN THE HEAD WITH THEIR RIFLE BUTTS, BEAT THEIR BRAINS OUT, MUTILATED THEIR BODIES IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD." By the end of the one-sided battle as many as 200 Indians, more than half women and children, had been killed and mutilated.

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