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Submitted by David Butterfield (United States), Oct 6, 2006 at 22:53

I said,

"Both the OT and NT contradict the Koran in multiple places concerning the Character of God."

You said,

"That's right. If not so, there would be no reason to send new messenger and book.

All those books are coming from the same source. We Muslims worship God of Abraham."

You believe you worship the God of Abraham, but the God of Abraham does not change as is written in Scripture, therefore the God of Abraham cannot be the god described in the Quran, no matter what spin you try to put on it. If they were truly coming from the same source, they would not contradict each other. A "new messenger and new book" that totally contradict the first "messenger" who was God's only Son could not be from God. You are sorely deceived, but you will not see this unless you are born again. You are in my prayers, and I love you, as irrational as that may sound. By the way, I think Bush and most other American Christians are total frauds, but I love them just the same.

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