The Tanakh, The Quran, and Peace

Tanakh Logic: The Tanakh teaches that missionaries from religions other than yours, are to be put to death;

“But put to death any interpreters of dreams or prophets that tell you to rebel against the Lord, who rescued you from Egypt, where you were slaves.  Such people are evil and are trying to lead you away from the life that the Lord has commanded you to live.  They must be put to death, in order to rid yourselves of this evil.”  (Deuteronomy 13:5)

Jewish Excuse: None available.

Quran Logic: God revealed to us in the Holy Quran to tolerate and even protect people of other faiths.  If missionaries try to convert us to another religion, we are to politely respond;

“I worship not that which ye worship, Nor do you serve Him Whom I serve: Nor am I going to serve that which you serve, Nor are you going to serve Him Whom I serve: You shall have your religion and I shall have my religion.”  (Quran 109:2-6)

Tanakh Logic: In the Tanakh, one who argues with a Rabbi is to be put to death;

“The man who shows contempt for the judge or for the Rabbi who stands ministering there to the Lord your God must be put to death.”  (Deuteronomy 17:12)

Jewish Excuse: None available.

Quran Logic: Unlike the Tanakh, the Quran encourages freedom of speech.  The Quran shows that women can even argue with the Prophet:

“Allah hath heard the saying of her that disputeth with thee (Muhammad) concerning her husband, and complaineth unto Allah.  and Allah (always) hears the arguments between both sides among you: for Allah hears and sees (all things).”  (Quran 58:1)

The Theological Intelligence Score of Judaism and Peace is “0”

There is a Pattern of Jewish Insecurity being Expressed into Extreme Violence, For example:

If a missionary approaches with a differing view point, the Hebrew Bible says to kill them. A Confident Jew would Welcome dialog.