This is only for people who believe the Bible to be God's word.
This past week the world saw hundreds of Muslims destroying things because a Danish newspaper published a cartoon implying that their Prophet Muhammad was in favor of doing destructive things. If someone draws a cartoon implying something about one's god, hero, etc., and the response is violence, then it serves to confirm the cartoon is correct or that the followers don't know the history of their leader (you can read about Muhammad's history in books). People must not reply to what they consider as wrong doing with wrong doing (Matthew 5:10–12, 5:38–48; 1 Peter 2:19–23). To do so is to show that the person who drew the cartoon was probably right because if the leader was like that, so will the followers be (1 Corinthians 11:1, Matt. 15:13–14; Acts 5:34–37; Matt. 23:15).
Setting things on fire, killing, mauling, and being full of wrath, aren't the traits of people who are children of God. Such traits are works of wickedness, found only in the children of the Devil (John 8:39–44; James 3:13–18, 1:17–27; Romans 13:12–14, 3:10–18). Jesus Christ, the Son of God, Creator of the world, and Judge of all, made it perfectly clear that the use of swords against the enemies of truth isn't the answer (Matt. 26:50–52). Jesus also said that His followers shouldn't desire the deaths of those who refuse to obey the truth. Two of Jesus' followers wanted to command fire to fall from heaven upon those who had rejected Christ, but Jesus rebuke them (Luke 9:51–56).
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