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    A Taste of Islam

    To taste Islam is to taste its oppression, the fate of Islam is its annihilation as happens with al lies, a lie may last a days, weeks, months, years, centuries, but it is always destined to be exposed. The truth however lasts forever.
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    Debate on Islam/Christianity

    One of the biggest contradictions in the Quran in my opinion is whether Iblis (Satan) is an Angel or Jinn.
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    I’m going to forward this question to Catholics and hopefully see how exactly they will respond.
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    Jehovahs Witnesses

    The Jehovas witness and Unitarians actively corrupt terms in the Bible, mistranslate verses, and misinterpret verses to support their doctrine. A good example of a question that Jehovas Witness don’t like being asked about, is how come when Jesus said before Abraham was I AM, was translated as I was instead of I AM, yet the same Greek word is being used here as when God said to Moses I AM what I AM? Can I have a Jehovas Witness explain this dilemma to me please?
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    Jehovahs Witnesses

    I’ve never understood Unitarians and Jehovas witness, they themselves aren’t sure if Jesus is a human appointed as son of God or the actual son of God, I’ve always found the Unitarian version of the divinity of Jesus to be foggy and very confusing since they claim he isn’t God or divine in anyway while still describing him to be the begotten son of God. Arguing with Unitarians or JWs is more sensible then arguing with Muslims as I’ve found it, as we can both agree the Bible is not corrupted, we can both agree that Jesus died on the cross to save the world, we just can’t agree on the explanation of the divinity of Jesus. The easiest way to refute Unitarianism and JWs is to ask them if they believe if Jesus is the begotten son of God, they will say yes of course, you say do you believe he’s one with the Father, they will say no, and that basically refutes their own claim of being monotheistic.
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    Many terms aren’t in the Bible doesn’t necessarily make it false, in Matthew 28:19 Jesus describes the Holy Trinity very clearly: Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
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    Debate on Islam/Christianity

    H9w can I upload it then?
  8. Here is the link to my debate with OneGodBeliever, so that you may judge: https://www.worthychristianforums.com/messenger/219893/
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    No Compulsion in Islam?

    No compulsion doesn’t come without a price, Jizyah is required and even then the Islamic definition of no compulsion is way different to what you normally expect.
  10. https://christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/9116/is-swearing-making-an-oath-considered-bad-in-christianity
  11. https://christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/9116/is-swearing-making-an-oath-considered-bad-in-christianity
  12. https://christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/9116/is-swearing-making-an-oath-considered-bad-in-christianity
  13. Why don't people read my statement carefully before thinking that I'm arguing against Israel. This was precisely what I meant.
  14. Does it say we cannot swear at all?
  15. It says do not swear in vain, the definition of van is unsuccessful, this can be interpreted as meaning that do not swear uselessly without truth.