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For Mansoor.

Reader comment on item: Resisting Islamic Law
in response to reader comment: Beliefs other than Islam are blind suicides.

Submitted by larry B. (United States), Mar 3, 2008 at 22:44

For once, I agree, We, the Jews and the Christians, are not loved by your god allah, he is your god, not ours. Do not try to compare the two they are poles apart. In Christianity, we are called to holiness, that is seperation from sin. Since our God is a loving God, we are forgiven when we ask for it and are truly repentant. Our Bible, the true Word of God in 2nd Corrinthians Chapt. 7 verses 10 and 11 Paul gives an example of true Christian repentance, and the outcome of this type of repentance. Ver.10 For Godly sorrow worketh repentance to salvation not to be repented of: but the sorrow of this world worketh death.

This is one example in our Bible on good Christian conduct. It is left to the individual to Cultivate his or her salvation with trepidation.. Here are the Words of Jesus, the one you call a great Prophet, " St. Mark Chapt 15 Go ye into all the world, and preach the Gospel to every creature (or all nations) Ver. 16. He that believeth and is Baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned." If you stand on the notion that Jesus was a great prophet, it behooves you to listen up. I used to be a total unbeliever until I began seeking for truth, and not being afraid to look under the covers of all religions. Thier writing and writers are easily available thanks to the net. From the council of many wisdom is taken. Don't be afraid to pick up a Bible and read it. It won't hurt you one bit.

We have no "green card" as you wrongly quote that will get us into heaven. We have the Blood of our Savior. And again, you are right about modified versions of scripture. The Torah and the Christian books agree. The koran is the aberation, the false hope and a rambling disconnected groupings of words put together by corrupt men hundreds of years after the death and burial of your prophet. The koran is a mis-representatrion of the Torah. You are right about corrupted versions, you hold one, and no one has an original. ( koran that is)

Or as your prophet said to your yours, and me mine. as for me, I will hold on to the truth that was given long before there was a notion of islam. It is in the heart of islam to kill all who disagree with them, and to call them infidels. Dear Mansoor, in our Bible, you are the infidel, and by the Words of Jesus, your unbelief will send you to hell. I will pray for you.

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