Any faith is subject to varying interpretations and every faith without exception inherently, and in most cases explicitly, discriminates against followers of other faiths
A few years ago, I
answered a knock on the door of my house in a Sydney suburb with a large Muslim population to find two Christians eager to ‘save my soul’. One of them, Richard, is now a good friend of mine. He is a thoroughly decent man with a degree in medicine and a PhD in intercultural studies and we have frank discussions on all subjects under the sky and above, often the latter.