Law and Religion

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We are having discussion in Facebook with some Muslim friends about the mistakes in the Koran and we came to the point that Koran is a book about God and about the rules in the life.

Now, I’d like to point your attention to the relation Law-Religion.
That relation was broken two thousand years ago by Jesus, because Law and Religion are contradictory to each other.
There is path for material survival and path for spiritual survival.
In the material survival we go to wars and we kill each other.
The one who walks the path of God does not do it with gun in the hand.

That is why Jesus said:

Mat 5:38 Ye have heard that it hath been said, An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth:
Mat 5:39 But I say unto you, That ye resist not evil: but whosoever shall smite thee on thy right cheek, turn to him the other also.

Don’t ask me “what about aggressors who invade your homeland”?
It is my homeland until my Soul leave it.
The place where my Soul goes is my real (Eternal) Homeland.

If an invader knows what I know he wouldn’t come in my home.
I’ll forgive his ignorance.

So, the relation Law-Religion is corrupting the Religion.
Therefore it has to be broken.

That is what Jesus did.
He did not obey Saturday, He did not obey the law “tooth for tooth”, He did not obey the law for stoning adulterous people, He did not obey the law for the sacred bred in the temple, He taught that the gift for the altar comes after the reconciliation with your brother.
Jesus clearly separated the law from the Religion which He taught to be Love.

My Muslim friends do not see the broken logic in following old laws connected to their religion.
If a Muslim doesn’t follow the Koran he does not obey the orders of God given by Mohammad.
For such a Muslim is the hell.
It is written in the Koran:

They would fain that ye misbelieve as they misbelieve, that ye might be alike; take ye not patrons from among them until they too flee in God’s way; but if they turn their backs, then seize them and kill them wheresoever ye find them

Does it mean that if a Muslim converts to other religion he/she must be killed?
Who would kill such a man/woman and by which country law?
If you are Muslim and you don’t kill the “traitor” will you go to hell.

Is this rule still applicable in Islam?
I don’t think so.
But if it is not applicable anymore then the rules of Allah can be broken.
And if Allah’s rule can be broken which rule a Muslim have to follow in order to go to Allah?

Here we come again to the relation Law-Religion.
Connecting those two we are risking to go into disobedience to our God.

Law in the world changes.
God’s law does not change.

Mohammad and Jesus taught that to God go only good people.
A good man will rather die than kill another man.
A good man is forgiving man.
A good man is loving man.
Therefor in the religion we put the goodness and in the law we put the rules.

There are no rules in the Religion but Love, which is the Path to God.

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