How Christians should treat Unbelievers


Many Christians claim that Christianity teaches them to be kind, friendly, and hospitable with those who are not Christians. For instance if one were to listen to Christian reps, those who speak and debate for Christianity, one would get the impression that Christianity is such a rosy lovely faith to all.

Yet what happens when one actually takes the time to study what the Bible (New Testament) teaches, is the picture so rosy and dandy as the Christians make it out to be, or do we see something different?

Well let us read what the apostle John taught in his book, Second John, this is not to be confused with the Gospel of John. Here is what he said:

Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son. If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed: For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds. (2ND JOHN 1:9-11)

So notice that according to the New Testament, Christians are to not welcome non-believers into their homes, nor are they to wish God Speed to the none believers, and if a Christian does wish well upon the none believer then the Christian will be taking part in evil and will be sinning. So in point of fact, every time a Christian wishes you well, they are sinning according to their Bible, and according to the Bible every sin is worthy of death!

So therefore when Christians are hospitable, kind, and friendly with you, this is not because of Christianity, rather this is due to their kind human nature, and according to their Bible they are doing something evil!

Hence do not allow Christian preachers and representatives to deceive you into believing that Christianity is some rosy, dandy, and loving peaceful faith to all (none Christians included).

So to summarize what we have:

-Christians cannot welcome none-Christians into their homes

-Christians cannot wish well upon none-believers (God Speed)

-If Christians do wish well upon a none believer they will be sinning

-According to Christianity every sin is worthy of death and damnation to hell

And Allah Knows Best!


Prophet Muhammed’s Behavior Towards Slaves

The Prophet was particularly kind to slaves. He used to say, “They are your brothers; give them to eat what you eat; give them to wear what you wear.” Whenever he received any slaves, he always gave them freedom but they could never free themselves from his kindness and generosity. They left their parents, relatives and family and regarded it as an honour to live in bondage to him. Zaid bin Hartha was a slave. Muhammad freed him and gave him the choice to go with his father, who had come to take him, but he refused to go with his father and preferred to stay. Muhammad loved Usama, son of Zaid, so much that he used to say that if he had been a girl, he would have put jewellery on her.


Slaves felt humiliated at being called slaves. He advised his companions not to say “my slave” or “my slave-girl” but to say, “my son” or “my daughter”. He also told the slaves not to call their masters “lord” for God alone was the Lord. He was so kind to slaves that his last bequest before he died was, “Fear God in the matter of slaves.” Abu Dhar was one of the converts and Muhammad praised him for his honesty. Once he abused a non-Arab slave, who complained to the Holy Prophet about this. He reprimanded Abu Dhar and said, “You are still ignorant; these slaves are your brothers. God has given you power over them; if they are not suited to your temperament, sell them. Don’t harm God’s creatures. Give them to eat what you eat; give them to wear what you wear. Don’t give them so much work that they cannot do it all. If you give them a lot of work, then give them a hand to finish that work.”


Once Abu Masud Ansari was beating his slave when he heard a voice behind him say, “Abu Masud! God has more power and control over you than you have over this slave.” Abu Masud turned and saw it was God’s Messenger. He said, “O God’s Messenger! I free this slave for the pleasure of God.” Muhammad replied, “If you had not done so, the fire of Hell would have touched you.” People arranged the marriages of slaves but forcibly separated them whenever they wished. One man arranged the marriage of his slave to his slave-girl and then wanted to separate them. The slave complained to God’s Messenger, who stood up in the Mosque and -addressed the people, “Why do people marry slaves and then separate them? The right of marriage and divorce belongs only to the husband and wife.” The effect of this kindness was that many slaves of polytheists used to run away and come to him. He used to grant them freedom. When the spoils of war were distributed, slaves were given their due share. The newly freed slaves received their shares first for they did not have any capital.

Prophet Muhammed’s Behavior Towards Animals

Muhammad was very kind to animals. He forbade people to keep animals in their working equipment for a long time and said, “Don’t make the backs of animals your chairs.” Animal fights were also made unlawful. Another custom was to tie up an animal and practice arrow shooting on it. This was also prohibited.


Once Muhammad saw a donkey on the road with a brand on its face, and said, “God’s curse is on him who branded it.” As people had to brand their camels and sheep in order to know them, they were told to brand them on parts which were not so tender.


Muhammad was so kind and gentle that he advised his companions to be nice and considerate even at the time of slaughtering animals for food. He asked them to slaughter them with the sharpest weapon, causing the minimum pain and suffering to the animal. He also forbade them to sharpen the weapon in front of the animal or when the animal was ready for slaughter, but told them to do these preliminaries before the animal was brought for slaughter.’