This thread was closed on the philosophy forum, so I’ll try here.
In a recent article in Crisis magazine William Kilpatrick argues that there is no diversity in Islam, that the shades of Islam we see in various countries are mere accomodations to the dominant culture, that the real Islam is the Wahabism of Saudi Arabia, with that of Isis being an extreme, fanatic form of Wahabism.
One has to wonder about the motivation that makes people want to be Muslim?
And if you want to know what Europe, including Italy will look like in 50 years or less, just look at Saudi Arabia. Won’t that be fun?
I would say the Catholic Church and all of Christianity better wake up.
Of course there is the great question of how China and India will react to this phenomenon in the future. Because it is not a settled queston that Islam will rule the world, but given the abortion/contraceptive mind set of the West it would appear to be inevitable. And why should God intervene to save a people that has utterly turned their backs on him, turning gross sin into virtues?