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The unconditional love of christ

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Submitted by Mikha'eel Daoud (United States), Sep 22, 2007 at 01:30

If you say we christians need to re-examine our scriptures to see where god's love is. It's not hard to find. But i'm sure you already have found them if you are a true muslim because Sura 5:68 and 4:136 tell you to follow and believe the previous revelations of God. So here are a few verses john 13:34-35 (a command that mohammed failed), 1 corinthians 13:1-13, 1 john 2:9-11, john 3:8-15, 1 john 4:7-21, hebrews 13:1-3, hebrews 13:8. The love expressed by jesus is the fullfillment of jewish law. I'm sure you understand the way atonement works since you know the quran requires you to know the tauvat (torah)! Lets talk about something easier. How can mohammed be a prophet if he failed all of Gods tests in the bible, and is the only prophet who never talked to god?

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