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Something puzzles me, maybe Randa or Scholar can answer

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Submitted by Lisa (Canada), Nov 14, 2005 at 16:54

I just read Verse Almaidah 5:115 in Quran.

It seems to me that Muhhamad for some reason assumed that Christians believed in 3 GODS. God, Jesus and Mary.

I would understand if this is a mistake done by human being but I can't understand that this mistake will be done by GOD by revealing this verse to Muhammad.

Trinity in Christianity means the father the son and the holy spirit all in one GOD. It doesn't mean 3 GODS, father, Son and Mary.

Please explain

Peace be with you
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