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Who really corrupted the Bible? Hint: pre-destination

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 22, 2008 at 07:43

Now do me another favor and stop quoting the Bible in your reponses to others after all it is a corrupted (sic) book. But wait: it seems that in Q7:157-158 Allah is saying that the Bible is not really corrupted as he tells his followers that they will find Muhammad's name in it. Which means that Allah is saying that the Bible is not corrupted. Go figure

But wait:

1. Your Allah tells us that this life is all about al-qada' wa al-qadr or pre-destination. Right? Which means that he plans our lives and actions (and knows about them) in advance everthing that we do that is. Right?

2. This means that the Biblical tahreef (corruption) must have been planned by Allah after all he is also into tahrid (no you have to check this Arabic word yourself)

3. Then we can only blame not the Jews or Christians for Biblical corruption. We can only blame Allha. Did you get that much?

I urge you to abandon islam and be whole again

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