I've never understood this. The thought that "someone of Faith," like a minister or rabbi, wouldn't just come out with the statement, "My beliefs are correct. You're welcome to your own beliefs, but I happen to think they're wrong" is mind boggling. If you can't make that statement, then how can you "believe?" How can you claim to have faith.
While many wars have been fought over this sort of thing, and many millions have been killed, it's not over the beliefs. It's always due to the fact that one religion will not allow others to coexist... Just like what we see in the muslim religion, in particular the way the taliban practice their horrific strain of islam.
I know. I’ve confronted a few of these weak christians and they always go to “what do you want, a new bunch of crusades with us killing muslims?” Typical liberal argument—take it to the extreme as if there is no middle ground between surrender and war.
When I say that we should just declare our faith as absolutely as the muslims do, they go to the “People of the Book” lies that claim that “only islam allows the other two Abrahamic religions the opportunity to coexist”.
Even if you go to the words of Jesus, they will begin to discredit John as an apologist who was writing to people as a salesman for the new religion.
The more you talk to these people, the more you doubt that they are even christian at all—or if they ever were.