- May 2011
- Rural Australia
Since Muhammad is the founder of Islam and was entirely responsible for advancing Islam and Constantine is not the founder of Christianity and his degree of advancing Christianity is debated, there is a bit of ambiguity in the assertion from your post #248. IOW, arguably, equivalency distortion or an overgeneralization / too broad of an assertion.
In any event my assertion was that - like Sassanid Persian Zoroastrianism, and Roman Christianity - Islam was implemented in the Arabian empire by the military rulers of that empire, and at a time which coincided with the zenith of their military power.