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Our dear Raul: And the disaster of the Trinity in the Qur'an! I'm still waiting!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more, Feb 21, 2019 at 07:34

Our dear Raul al-tablighee has a question:

>Christians are polytheists in that they believe in multiple (3 gods). The father, son, and holy spirit

So you tell us our dear Raul al-Tablighee:

1. What is the Trinity in the Qur'an? Hint: Allah, 'Essa and Maryam right Mr lost tablighee? Where would I find such Trinity in the books of Christians? Hint: You will not find it So what is your so called Allah talking about?

2. Well, no Christian in sane mind would regard Allah as his God and no Christian in sane mind would have a clue who the heck is that 'Essa, and no Christian in sane mind would regard Mary as a Goddess Right our dear Raul al-Tablighee?

3. So where can we find in the Qur'an your Allah saying that the Trinity is الوهيم يسوع المسيح والروح القدس? You will not find it!

4. Do you know what this means? It means that your Allah has no difficulty with the Trinity that is الوهيم يسوع المسيح والروح القدس! After all your Allah finds the time to write about Arabic speaking ants and the flying carpet of Solayman but not about the Trinity of الوهيم يسوع المسيح والروح القدس? How do you explain it our dear Raul whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India and who practices medicine on the web without license?

Oh الوهيم يسوع المسيح والروح القدس? Ask Ahmad Deedat! Oh I forgot the ignorant Ahmad Deedat admitted that he cannot speak Arabic!

So we are back to square one: Where can we find the Trinity of الوهيم يسوع المسيح والروح القدس? I'm waiting

More tablighee nonsense?

>The father, son, and holy spirit must be SEPARATE entities

Sure why not! After all the sun provides light and heat and life but they are all from the sun and they are not the same! Did you get it Mr tablighee?

More disasters? Your Allah is not a spirit! So what is he?

> because while the son died on a cross, the father was still alive.

And?

> If they were one entitity (sic), it would mean that for the 3 days between Good Friday and Easter Sunday, God was both dead and alive at the same time.

Mr genius! If you Allah is not able to die it only means that your Allah is not omnipotent so is your Allah not omnipotent? Which means he is no God! Now back to the sun:

You can have in the arctic winter: No sun or heat or light so is the sun dead?! Did you get it Mr genius?

>Schrodinger's theology!

ROTFL! I'm still waiting for you to explain this little gem that you found in tablighee web sites! I'm waiting!

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