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Can God change his Mind?

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Submitted by Nuray (Germany), Oct 14, 2006 at 14:45

Christians invented trinity. There is no way that they can accept that Allah is God. It is contradictory their man-made trinity concept. How will convince themselves that God changed his mind and sent another messenger to Arabs after Jesus? Hopeless. Why? God can have human form, die for humans but can't change his mind. Why because he is God. Qountless question, never be answered properly.

Thanks to being Muslim, no need to make mind busy with worthless discussions about God.

Nuray

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