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  1. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    I know that is what it means. But, since Badjao33 said he studied the Qur'an so much, I wanted to know if he knew what it meant.
  2. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    Thanks for your story. I have lots of questions. First, do you speak and understand the Arabic language? Second, please interpret the following verse for me: Surah 2:62: Shakir Surely those who believe, and those who are Jews, and the Christians, and the Sabians, whoever believes in Allah and the Last day and does good, they shall have their reward from their Lord, and there is no fear for them, nor shall they grieve. Thanks.
  3. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    I studied the Qur'an and continue to do so. I use Islamic commentaries; have the first biography of Muhammad and use The Reliance of the Traveler for Islamic jurisprudence, and listen to Muslim debates, read their articles on their websites. I have spoken to many dozens to Muslim over all these years. I continually read what they claim the Qur'an says with the Qur'an itself. I ask the same questions of different Muslims to see if I get the same answer. They come to Christian sites with allegations against Christianity and Jesus, most can be traced to Islamic sites. If you have ever done what I have done it is easy to see how they intentionally mislead people about Christianity. Are you a Muslim?
  4. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

  5. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    Answering-Islam answers Muslim objections to the Bible and Jesus. They quote Muslim polemics and answer their objections. They will correct any error on their part.
  6. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    Answering Islam is an excellent source. It uses Islamic sources.
  7. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    The Qur'an says that Jesus is the Messiah.
  8. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    Christianity did not copy from paganism; the roots of our faith is Judaism. "Historians" claim it? LOL
  9. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    And the Qur'an never mentions the Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  10. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    I have shown you verses in context that destroy your claim of "Muhammad in the Bible." Jews agree that Muhammad is nowhere foretold in the Hebrew Bible in all the verses cited by Muslims. I have discussed their Scriptures with them and many know Hebrew; in fact, one of the teaches Hebrew.
  11. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    Non-Trinitarians get a lot of things wrong, but they are short in numbers. Muslims get a lot of things wrong too, like finding Muhammad in the Bible. As I have shown you, none work when put into context. Don't tell me to ignore Mishael or anyone else. That is not your place.
  12. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    I was brought up in a Christian family, but it didn't "take." I considered myself an Atheist for many years. I didn't believe there was a God at all. And then 9/11 happened and I discovered an Islamic discussion board, borrowed a Qur'an from the library and started asking questions as I read verses in the Qur'an. I wanted to find out what they believed. I knew next to nothing about what was in the Bible. I met some very nice Muslims on that site from, England, Pakistan, Singapore, Egypt, Canada and the United States and a few who weren't so nice. Reading the Qur'an forced me to read the Bible because the Muslims kept asking me about things in the Bible -- the Trinity and the talking donkey ("Oh, no there is a talking donkey in the Bible? Donkey's can't talk!!!) and I had to look them up and read commentaries. I like to think God sent me there because once I started reading the Bible -- studying it and commentaries -- I became a believer. I can't pinpoint the exact date I became a Christian. I used to think I was OK not believing in God; I was all right the way I was; I was a good person. But once becoming a Christian I knew I wasn't OK. I know the difference between what I was then and who I am now.
  13. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    There is a big difference between God's wars and Allah's wars: http://www.answering-islam.org/Authors/Arlandson/allahs_wars.htm http://www.answering-islam.org/Shamoun/q_amalekites.htm
  14. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    What I can "mainstream" Christianity have the same beliefs. Some who think they are Christian are not, like JW's, etc. No Mainstream Christians reject the Trinity.
  15. To OneGodBeliever- the list you gave me

    I've been studying Islam for about 15 years or so now, started before I became a Christian.