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sohails arguments are false

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Submitted by yousif (Canada), Oct 17, 2006 at 19:32

Jesus listened to two possesed men and isnt God because god would have destroyed them?

so youre saying Jesus isnt the son of god because he would not give up on the two men even if they were possessed. i know in islam , anything that looks like evil must be killed , but in christianty we are Gods folk and God would never abandon us , even if we are possessed. Unlike mohammed where he just kills them and rapes their wives and daughters. ...

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