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Photis Kontoglou, Christianity and Islam - Two related, yet different religions

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     Western Christianity lost its ecumenical, global, character, because, as we said, it was reduced to a worldly system by the wish to be adapted every time to every epoch, so that nothing remained there immovable, nothing of “religion”, while mohammedanism, although Koran is a crude variation of the Gospel, kept until today its ecumenical character. ... Mohammed and the others, who completed Koran, were building upon the Christian religion and their admiration for Christianity is not hidden. Yet their holy book is full of undigested and crude elements of the Old and the New Testament, which is why Koran was accepted more easily than the Gospel by those barbaric peoples. ... Read Complete



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