Don’t worry about it that their own particular book of scriptures says something else. St Paul says that there is nothing amiss with eating meat except for in the event that it annoys your sibling then don’t eat it before him. Jesus is recorded as saying “Do unto others what you would have them do unto you”, definitely one of the best principles ever advanced regardless of who said it first.
In the Middle East similar fights proceed for a considerable length of time similarly, Christian against Islam, Islam against different variants of Islam, Judaism against Islam, forever. In Northern Ireland it is Protestant against Roman Catholic, both gatherings expected to be supporters of Jesus. However the apostate, that is, the man who thinks in an unexpected way, has dependably been denounced in the most irate terms.
The three religions specified and the Protestant and Catholic areas clearly love the same “God”, who is by turns exceptionally adoring, extremely furious and extremely vindictive. Maybe He is truly testy and we get him on various days. On the other hand maybe “He” is the development of the superstitious personality over hundreds of years of advancing thought, similarly as we people once worshiped many different divine beings at various circumstances.
I might want to push, notwithstanding, that in disposing of the religious myths we would do well not to fall into the trap of different myths which say that life is inadvertent and irregular and finishes in death.