I don't really care what type of religious fundie you are.<quoted text>
I think you don't understand me, I'm not christian, I'm sikh and we don't believe in an actual hell and heaven, but I went to a christian school and I think i've been influenced by their way of thinking and it's hard to break free from them.
My religion says that we should not take revenge or even think bad for your enemies, but at the end of the day, I'm human and it hurts to see people killing each other, it gets hard to control my emotions, but I'm trying.
Our 5th prophet was tortured( made to sit on hot plate and hot sand was poured on them) and killed by a musim king, the 6th guru was the son of the 5th guru and he saved the king that killed his father, from being eating by a lion. My 10th guru's 2 children, 6 and 9 years, were tortured and bricked alive by another muslim king (grandson of the muslim king who killed 5th guru), the king's son asked my 10th guru for help and the guru helped. You see, my religion doesn't believe in revenge, but I'm not as perfect as my God, I would have never saved the muslim king from the lion or help the son of the person that killed my children. I am evil, I'm not perfect like my God.
Your fables are no more credible than the Christian ones, and theirs is no more credible than yours.
If you can't 'break free' of Christianity, and are still addicted to another religion, you really do have a problem. Sikhism is no less addictive than Christianity.