From the One Piece Manga, chapter 617…
Shark-fishman and near-psychotic antagonist, Hodi Jones, throws water droplets so forcefully that they become like arrows:
The royal soldiers, tied up with ropes and helpless to defend themselves, bear the brunt of the attack:
When suddenly the giant merman and monarch of the undersea kingdom, King Neptune, unexpectedly flings himself in front of his subjects in order to absorb the blows with his own royal body:
Hodi laughs mockingly at this display of selflessness:
And a short while later, he demonstrates how he thinks a real leader should behave when faced with an incoming attack:
Two totally different views, from two opposing leaders.
King Neptune’s example is immediately relatable to a Christian.
For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. – John 3:16
Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. – John 15:13
Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us. – Romans 5:7-8
The attitude of selfless concern, sympathy and self-sacrifice for those far lesser than oneself is exactly what makes God even more majestic, noble and commendable to Christian thinking.
Whereas for a Muslim, that a ruler would subject himself to such humiliation for the sake of his lowly subjects is unthinkable.
That God would degrade Himself and come down to the level of His own creation; that God would sacrifice Himself/His own son (in fact, even having a son) for lowly created beings; that a perfect, infinite, uncreated God could at all relate to a flawed, finite, created world; or even that an innocent prophet might die at the hands of sinful unbelievers – these ideas are anathema to Islamic thinking.
As Hodi Jones sneers, such actions would disqualify a King from being worthy of his throne.
So the same action of God sacrificing Himself for humanity makes Him more deserving of worship to Christians, while making Him totally undeserving of deity to Muslims.
This is just one of the many clear differences between Christian and Islamic worldviews and attitudes.
UPDATE: A commentor sparked a long discussion. Key points are excerpted at Differences in Worldviews of Christianity vs Islam – As Supplied by menj.
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