This is part of an ongoing series of unbelievers complimenting Christianity even if, and especially when, it is unbeknownst to them. This occurs when supposedly brave boundary pushers with only and exclusively besmirch Christianity...
And another entry into the Unbelievers Compliment Christianity files is made with an admission by the BBC's Mark Thompson and Peter Sissons about their one sided anti-Christian prejudice, see my new article:
A multi part essay has just finished being posted which considers the Bible and the Qur'an / Koran.
The premise is a statement made on Chris Matthews’ TV show “Hardball” (while it was guest hosted by Chuck Todd) during a discussion of Terry Jones, Islam, Muslims, the Qur'an / Koran, Christians, the Bible and theology regarding divine inspiration.
The statement upon which focus is put was by Boddy Ghosh, the Deputy International Editor of “Time” magazine, who stated, in part:
I can only imagine that Muslims and atheists would believe the malicious and fallacious drivel printed on this poster (although, the atheists would not believe the bottom part).
Yet, I imagine that most of both Muslims and atheists would applaud such malicious and fallacy whilst knowing it to be malicious and fallacy merely because it hits upon that which both groups hit upon the most: utterly irrational emotions.
Take a wild guess as to what happened when I pointed out that the fact that Cat Stevens / Yusuf Islam—who was featured in Jon Stewarts “Rally to Restore Sanity”—supported murdering Salman Rushdie for blasphemy?
Well, excuses were made for Cat Stevens / Yusuf Islam supporting murdering Salman Rushdie for blasphemy and instead, I was besmirched.
Following Robert Spencer’ bio from Amazon.com I will provide links to his books described therein:
ROBERT SPENCER is the director of Jihad Watch, a program of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and the author of ten books, including the New York Times bestsellers The Truth About Muhammad and The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) (both Regnery). He is coauthor, with Pamela Geller, of The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration's War On America (to be published July 2010 by Threshold Editions/Simon & Schuster).
I just got around to watching the 2008 AD documentary “Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?” by Morgan Spurlock.
Do yourself a favor and do what I did; borrow it from your local library.
Overall two main messages come across via both Morgan Spurlock and those he interviews:
1. All was well and peaceful with the Muslim world until George W. Bush.
2. Now all is not well and peaceful with the Muslim world because of George W. Bush.