A question from a Muslim friend - A Babel Fish opinion
A Babel Fish Opinion
I had a question given to me by a Muslim; he asked “Who could unite the planet”, this was concerning an article to do with Jesus
“Jesus will return it makes sense from this side of the story” by Islamicscholars.
The problem with his religious view is if Jesus did return the Christians, Jews and Muslims would most probably say the guy was a fraud. There would be bitterness and argument of which only a miracle could stop. The problem in reality Jesus the great philosopher was only a man with a view that Judaism was harsh and he thought god a more forgiving and caring god. However the Roman emperor Flavius Valerius Constantinus needed a new religion to make the empire easier to control. The Council of Nicaea was the first to claim Jesus to be a son of god.
My answer to Islamicscholars question is as follows:
The person that could unite the world and bring peace would have to be a very special man or woman. Ideally they would be someone learned in all religious customs plus respectful to each and every faith. But that person would need to be free of religious indoctrination thus not to bare any favouritism. My opinion states that a possibly a weak atheist and a follower of Spinoza’s would be the ideal choice.
This person would of course have to gain a position of power to achieve the aims of unity and peace that means that this person would need to be a politician, non-corrupt above scrutiny and above all a good narrator and negotiator. A very human and wise understanding and caring person, but such a person would need friends, fellow politician and statesmen that think a like.
My article medinat-yisrael-a-jewish-problem may of be of interest to those in how Rome effected religion of which as caused much of today’s political and religious turmoil.
Foot note: I am a weak atheist of whom respects all faiths and opinions, because I write about religion from an atheists stand point does not make me a person that hates religion I just question its value.