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Muhmmed ,Theology and Islam

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Submitted by Warren (United States), Aug 4, 2014 at 14:55

1)I would like to know from you that how you come to know about your claim that Muhmmed was against monotheism and quran is corrupted?and then What about original Quran? 2)What did Muhmmed put new if he was against monothesim ?what was different in view of Muhmmed other than transcendent or immanent nature of God.Since transcendent,immanent views were existed far before Muhmmed ?

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