To Ahmad Zafire
Reader comment on item: Pope Benedict XVI and the Koran
Submitted by Lisa (Canada), Jan 23, 2006 at 20:59You said
"listen all the books are true but came at different times to the prophets. history,people and time has proven itself in the changing of the bible."
Give me examples and proofs to what you are saying, this has been the cliam of Muhammad, read my previous post to Tariq, There is no way that you have been researching or ever know what the bibles are all about, and NO not all the books are the same
"the jews say the christian changed things over time and some christian say the same. why is it many bibles for christain are different then explain?"
look at this site and answer the points in it
The bibles were written 16-23 years after the Christ's death and proofen to be 99.95% close to the original bibles written by John, Mathew, Luke, Mark, example on one difference is when Jesus was crucified it was written " Jesus the king of the Jews" another bible said " Jesus of Nasareth the king of the Jews" the difference here doesn't take the meaning and the fact that Jesus was crucified and a note was written on the top of the cross explianing his crime
unlike Quran that was completed 152 years after Muhammad's death
What books are lost for GOD sake, where do you bring your cliams from,.
What do you mean by saying " . christianity dont come about till sixhundred years after christ. "
What does this mean, and you are trying to convince me that you have converted from christianity, this statment alone shows that you have no clue what you are talking about
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