On the news, in the newspaper, in every day conversation about how this or that person isn't really representing their religion when they kill in the name of their religion. If it states in their precious holy scripture to kill someone, then, are they really fundamental? I mean, they seem to be the only one's who are actually, if you think about it, practicing their religion to the letter -- especially if it states for them to do that. Right?
I mean, you have so many religious people (speaking of religious people in general, not picking and choosing which one I'm referring to -- I'm referring to them all) who don't follow what's in their precious scripture and when a person actually does, and does something that they state is the "fundamental" taking the passage out of context etc., it's putting a bad name on their religion. But if you actually look up the passage, and read what it says, are they really taking it out of context? Sure, much of holy scriptures preach peace and love but I always thought that they really only preached peace and love to those who were of that particular religion and not to those who weren't?
I mean, aren't they all, basically, a means to conquer others.
I have more respect for the fundamentals than I do for those who pick and choose what they wish to follow. I may not agree on either end of the spectrum but I still have more respect for those people.