I think both of those tomes have within them references to various punishments, but perhaps they are not supposed to be taken literally. I thought it was up to God, if God exists, to punish transgressors. Certainly it isn't for us to judge each other based on religious beliefs. I would not say that either book is a terrorist's handbook, that is an offense to all the decent people who happen to be Muslim or Christian. What religion one has largely depends on the circumstances of one's birth. We can't judge someone for that any more than we can judge them for the color of their skin.