Glad to elaborate. First, I think it is fair to say that the gospel of Jesus was primarily focused on personal salvation. Although Jesus spoke about His followers gathering together, He provided no foundation for societal structure or guidance for the body politic. No wonder then that the discussion here often ends in people declaring that all organized religion is evil..
The Koran provides for many more responses to collective situations. Gives explicit directions as to how inheritance is to be handled, the administration of the affairs of state. No wonder that Islam was able to bring together for several centuries very divergent cultures and administer them more equitably than any Christian community had seen.
There are two extremes in the theories of social change and organization. One that springs from the foundation of individualism (underpinned by christian theology) is based on the assumption that all you need for a perfect society is to have individuals that lead lives of piety and saintliness. Ultimately this idea breaks down as individuals who are not ulterior and kind "get ahead" and the utopia fails.
At the other extreme is the collectivist model that says if you have the correct political system whatever that may be, and the correct ecnomic model, then it doesn't matter about the individuals within it, the system is self correcting. Unfortunately, this too, ignores the reality of the spiritual nature of humans and that if that nature is not nurtured, it withers and the system becomes less and less functional.
What seems to be wanting is a mutually reinforcing system where the collective encourages the individual and the individual supports the system. The over-emphasis on the individual on one hand and the failure to acknowledge it on the other calls for a new paradigm.
I find the bible is wonderful in providing a guide for the individual but inadequate for meeting the needs of modern collective society. Where is the specific guidance on international affairs?
More later, being beckoned!
BTW, I'm not a Muslim...