Entry Submitted by Vee at 10:43 AM ET on May 31, 2023
“The split between Sunnis and Shiites goes back a long time, when they couldn’t agree on who should be the leader after Prophet Mohammed died. Sunnis thought it should be Abu Bakr, and Shiites thought it should be Ali, who was the Prophet’s son-in law.
This disagreement caused a division in Islam. And now, Sunnis and Shiites have different beliefs and ways of doing things. This division has greatly impacted the Middle East, with Iran becoming a powerful Shiite country and Saudi Arabia becoming a leading Sunni nation.”
Isn’t this the same thing that happened with “Christians” which became Christianity ? It’s called Denominationalism.
Man by one’s belief has denominated-denomination GOD. In a sense this is why Roger Williams pulled himself from the church.
He came to believe that there could not be a true church until it’s author came back and established it. Collected his bride.
So in light of those 2 Nations, both would cancel out each other, neither one should exist, because they claim neither are right as with Christianity- denominations, because they all negate each other.
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