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The Qur'an really says that Jesus is God

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Sep 3, 2007 at 20:08

Hi Lactantius

You can read

http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/86403

I do not know how good is your Arabic, just go through post by post and you will understand what I'm saying and in summary:

1. In the Qur'an Jesus does not die but is lifted to heaven, and a God does not die or at least this is what Muslims tell us in their silly polemics, and indeed the Qur'an says that jesus did not die, therefore Jesus must be God.

2. Jesus is supposed to breath life in clay birds and in islamic theology only Allah creates life therefore Jesus must be God.

3. Jesus is supposed to treat the leper and the deaf and this can only be achieved by either an MD or a God and for sure we can exclude that Jesus was a doctor so he must have been God.

4. Jesus is supposed to raise the dead and in Islam only Allah can do so such thing therefore Jesus must be God.

5. Notice that the Qur'an never identifies what is really al-roh al-qudus but Muslims tell us that it is Gabriel or so they think. Now if you read the Bible in Arabic the Holy Spirit is translated as al-roh al-qudus and this is in today's Bible as well as in extant Bibles from the 10th century which makes me suspect that al-roh al-qudus indeed means the holy spirit of the Trinity after all no Christian would have dared to translate it as such unless this was the accepted meaning of it early on in Islam. And let us not forget that if the site of al-Isra' wa al-Mi3raj was fixed as Jerusalem no sooner than the 11th century which means that so much of what we think of as indeed dropped from the sky in 7th cenutry Arabic is ineed very far from the truth and indeed religions do not spring fully fledged from the heads of Prophets. So much for Abul Qasim and his Allah and their poor theology.

6. Last here is your bonus for today: Allah tells us that the Trinity is Allah, Jesus and Mary (sic) and that this is false and it is indeed a false Trinity but Allah is silent about the real Trinity or God, Jesus and the holy spirit therefore I must assume that Allah has no difficulty with such Trinity otherwise Allah would have said that such Trinity is also false which he did not. So when Muslims talk about the Tirnity just ask them which Trinity are they talking about?

I hope I helped

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