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  1. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    The fact that Muslims consider Jesus to be just another prophet while calling a murderous brigand like Mohammed "the seal of the prophets" demonstrates that Muslims can't tell Christ from Barabbas. And how many Muslims on these forums have cherry-picked verses out of the Quran to use them for what ever suits their purpose, i.e., taqiyya? And the fact that Sunni are still warring with Shia Muslims shows more than a lack of Islamic unity, especially when they kill one another during Ramadan. "... people who claim to be Christians who join ISIS?" Only Muslims voluntarily joins an Islamic jihad as there is no call to kill "unbelievers" in the New Testament.
  2. Hurricane Irma

    We will be looking forward to it.
  3. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    The violence perpetrated by Muslims in the name of their religion speaks volumes about both them and their apologists. As I previously posted, testimony on one's own behalf is worthless (John 5:31). And for the record, you're not Jesus. I can trust His testimony regardless of the circumstances of it. Your testimony is another matter entirely. "Even if I testify on my own behalf, my testimony is valid, for I know where I came from and where I am going. But you have no idea where I come from or where I am going (John 8:14)." You are just as clueless about Jesus as were the Pharisees.
  4. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    Biblically, testimony on one's own behalf is worthless. (John 5:31). And is your Moon god pleased that his Sunni and Shia worshippers slaughtering one another during their high holy month of Ramadan? In fact, these two Islamic sects have been killing one another since the death of Mohammed and the question of his successor, and there's nothing inaccurate about the causality stats of the annual Ramadan Bomb-a-thons.
  5. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    If Muslims are going to Hell it's because of the violent things they have done in the name of their violent religion. And even your own prophet Mohammed said that Hell was mostly filled with women? What have you done about that? "... And I looked into Hell and I saw that the majority of its people are women." (Narrated by al-Bukhari, 3241; Muslim, 2737)
  6. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    This year's annual Ramadan Bombathon killed about 1,600 people in the name of Allah. By comparison, all other religions combined didn't launch a single terrorist attack in the name of their respective religions.... http://www.answeringmuslims.com/2017/06/ramadan-bombathon-2017-five-takeaways.html
  7. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    All you've done here is to defend Islam.
  8. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    Unlike many Islamic states, the Unites States is not a "religious" country, but a secular state where religious rights are protected, i.e., "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof...." And no where does the New Testament sanction the very violence that is so apparent in the 149 so-called sword verses of your Quran. For example, Quran (2:216) - "'Fighting is prescribed for you, and ye dislike it. But it is possible that ye dislike a thing which is good for you, and that ye love a thing which is bad for you. But Allah knoweth, and ye know not.' Not only does this verse establish that violence can be virtuous, but it also contradicts the myth that fighting is intended only in self-defense, since the audience was obviously not under attack at the time. From the Hadith, we know that this verse was narrated at a time that Muhammad was actually trying to motivate his people into raiding merchant caravans for loot...." https://www.thereligionofpeace.com/pages/quran/violence.aspx
  9. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    Krauthammer understands Islam, but perhaps my paraphrase is more specific: The overwhelming volume of the violence and the barbarism that we are seeing in the world is coming from one source: Islam's Quran. Is that any better?
  10. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    Back in 2015, Pres. Obama had outraged Christians by urging them not to "get on a high horse" over atrocities committed in the name of Islam by using the Crusades as a moral equivalence argument. "Lest we get on our high horse and think this is unique to some other place, remember that during the Crusades and the Inquisition, people committed terrible deeds in the name of Christ...." Commentator Charles Krauthammer called Obama's comments "adolescent." "Christianity no longer goes on Crusades. The story of today, of our generation, is the fact that the overwhelming volume of the violence and the barbarism that we are seeing in the world from Nigeria to Paris all the way to Pakistan and even to the Philippines, the island of Mindanao in the Philippines, is coming from one source, and that's from inside Islam." Not Catholicism.
  11. Jean's "diagnosis"

    No change, Paul; Jean will let me know when they arrive at a diagnosis, and then I will post an update, but at least she seems much better.
  12. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    Your Quran is based on misinformation and false assumptions about Judeo-Christianity. Islam is a worldly government: it is just as violently political as it is "spiritual," if not more so. Feel free to take your interactional jihad elsewhere; just don't let the door hit you in the hijab. Finally, I think an illiterate prophet simply can't read or write.
  13. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    Mohammed was illiterate and illiterate prophets can't read or write anything. The fact that you write "holy spirit" in all lowercase letters and not as a proper noun suggests otherwise. As I told you before, the God of the Son is not your god of the Moon. And if we can't agree about God, then we are not on any page, period. You are not here to learn anything save how to wage cultural jihad on a Christian website. If I did the same as a Christian while living in Saudi Arabia, I would be arrested by the Virtue & Vice Police and sentenced to hundreds of lashes. Your Islamic faith is a distortion of both the Old and New Testaments, and I know enough about Islam, its false prophet and its uncivilized followers to never become any part of it.
  14. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    Yet you can't face the truth about Islam. If the Trinity has nothing to do with Islam, then neither does the Holy Spirit since our God is triune. Therefore, the Holy Spirit can't possibly be any more important to Muslims than to Christians who worship one God in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Who made your Quran? God, or Mohammed's scribes? As you are humiliating yourself, so you need no additional help from me.
  15. The Quran and the Bible -- revelations of God - PART 1/2

    Apparently you're not familiar with Islam in Pakistan, which is an Islamic republic ruled by Islamic laws, just as are Iran, Afghanistan and Mauritania. Or haven't you heard of these states either? No one can "choose" to slander the dead in a country where it's legally impossible to slander them. What I read of your Quran is a contradiction of both the Old and New Testaments. There is no Holy Spirit in Islamic theology; in fact, it's forbidden to even say "three" when referring to the Trinity (Surah 4:171-172, 5:72-74), or don't you know your own religion? Hardly countless as there are only about 35 major Christian denominations. https://undergod.procon.org/view.background-resource.php?resourceID=000087 Then what do your fellow Muslims do when they go on Hajj and dance around a Kaaba that contains a meteorite?
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