Lets try to be a little honest and look into ourselves a little...
Can we listen to an opposing opinion without getting angry?
Why do we get angry? Are we afraid that we are wrong and anger is our only defense?
If we know that we are right, can we not feel sympathy and understanding for those who do not know the truth?
How is the situation improved when we just start hurting each other?
Is vengeance and killing the opposition the right solution?
Are we proved right when the opposition is dead and gone?
Why do we make so many decisions based on just our feelings and emotions?
Why don't we use our intelligence more often?
What if one day we realized the truth of all things? How many of our past decisions would we regret because they were wrong or unjust?
We question ourselves everytime something beyond our comprehension happens(natural disaster, death, etc).
If we question ourselves, then do we really believe in GOD?
Or is it that we do not trust GOD?
How many of us have turned GOD into a convenient answer to questions we do not want to explore ourselves?
How many of us seek the truth for ourselves?
How many of us let other people think for us?
How many of us are just lazy and always take the easiest way out?
How many of us would choose a comfortable lie over an un-pleasant truth?
If Jesus was among us today...
How would we know who he was, as we have no faculty or sense organ to detect divinity?
Would we hate him for his open-mindedness and his un-conditional embrace of the poor, the rich, the good, the bad, the atheists and the religious fanatics?
Would we want to kill him for forcing us to think beyond our limited opinions and beliefs?
How many of us would be brave enough stand by him, against the majority of those who will be unwilling to change their existing way of life?
Just think about it.