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Jesus the son of God?

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Submitted by baneeshkhan (India), Jun 9, 2008 at 02:00

how can you argue that . Read the Genesis you can see It says God had many sons . and you argued jesus is the only one son of god because of the contradiction in Bible you cant beleive the bible . so you cant protect the bible from criticism . If you want to know anything about quran even if it is criticism you can ask . i shall say the answer . But if i ask about bible can you say that you cant because Bible has many contradictions in it . You made several changes in Bible . but in quran we cant change and we can question that but we cant win over our questions . because it has clear answer for all problems

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