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The Tanach and Belief in Almighty God

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Dec 5, 2011 at 17:20

….then if what you are hoping to convey is true, then what happened?

By your own assertion, Shiite followers have not obeyed – how is that true if the understanding of the Quran is protected?

Where is the piety of obeying hadiths as proffered by those adherents, if there was no more need for newer words to make the meaning of the Quran clear?

How do certain Muslim clerics justify 'interpretations' if the Quran is not a protected set of writings?

And again, if, as certain scholars maintain that the Quran is only pure in the original Arabic (and where is that document kept?), how can it be maintained that it is a replacement for the Jewish scriptures when it is the Quran that introduces confusion for the Shiites and the Sunni's as much any anything written by man?

Understanding Who Yeshua HaMashiach is by the Hebrew Holy Scriptures is confusing if He is not properly approached; but once He is understood to be who He says He is, then confusion is replaced with His understanding and not that of unbelieving humanity.

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