[quote=MShahruzJ]15) Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world. At the present rate of growth Islam will be the biggest religion in the world by 2023, and U.S.A will be muslim by 2042 and Canada by 2023.
This is actually one of my greatest fears about where democracy will lead us. London is currently about 10% Muslim, and unlike many Christians on this side of the ocean, they regard children as an absolute blessing (and therefore raise large families). Additionally, the Canadian government has promised to accelerate the process of reuniting immigrants’ families (by making them Canadian citizens).
Although I hope that neither of our countries become Muslim, at the current rate, it is entirely possible that they will outnumber us (in Canada) within the next couple of decades. At least one Muslim has successfully run for office in our area, and though I know the gentleman and find him to be a very nice person, I am unsure of his ability (or willingness) to separate his religion from his politics given the opportunity for change that a muslim majority would present.
Now, MShahruzJ (or any other muslims reading this thread, since I strongly suspect that MShahruz knows almost as little about Islam as he does about Christianity), I am curious about a couple of things.
Why do you have so little regard for the Tanakh (Old Testament)? I thought that we were all “people of the book”
Why do you believe that our increasingly-secular society is an accurate representation of Christianity?
[quote=MShahruzJ]16) To become a muslim you only have to say: La Ilaha Illallahu Muhammadur Rasulullah, i.e. There is no other god but God, and Muhammad is the Messenger of God.
To become a (certain brand of) Satanist, you only have to say “Satan, show me the truth”. Making the process easier is certainly a great way to increase membership, but it is most often more difficult to follow the right path.