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Submitted by David Evans (United Kingdom), Mar 26, 2009 at 14:27

If what you say is right...' Christians do not worship the Trinity as Father, Mother and Son' tell me why do christians believe (it is the biggest religion in the world) that Jesus is the son of God, and he is God. Check your facts before you try to talk...are they all mislead?? It seems like!
There is only one God and Jesus is a prophet and he will return and put you people right....God bless him and reward him for all he has done. If you are anti Mohammed and anit islamic that is your problem!

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