But the Quran is from man, not God
Submitted by David Ross (Australia), Jan 6, 2007 at 03:01
Sorry to tell you this un-drain, but what the Quran says does not matter a scrap.
It came from the loins of Mohammed, who used it to prop up his own lust for territory, women and power.
You disagree ? My goodness, you have been brainwashed haven't you.
I've studied the life of Mohammed from the original sources and the Quran and Hadith, and I assure you the last thing we need worry about is some obscure quotation you make here.
Surah 33:50 basically says "You mohammed can have any woman who presents herself to you"
It says 'wed', but knowing full well that Mohammed practiced Nikah Muta' (temporary marriage) we all know that could be a ONE NIGHT STAND... so..here he is, claiming 'divine revelation' for "You can have as many women as you like and don't worry, one night is ooook"
Now..you might like to disagree with me ? OK :) fine I will (if I need to) prove this reality beyond any doubt, and you will be confronted with the fact that you have been lied to by your Imams, by your culture and by your religion.
I urge you to repent of your sin, and accept the Lord Jesus Christ. Son of God, as your Saviour and receive the forgiveness which only comes through Him "There is no other name under heaven by which we must be saved" (Acts 4:12)
Jesus.. prophet ? sure..and Son of God.. God the Son.. Raised the dead, healed the sick, calmed the storm, etc... mohammed ? yep.. ur right. nothing other than a few lucky coincidences. This Jesus who raised the dead said "I am THE way, and the truth and the life, NO MAN (including you) comes to the Father but by me" John 14:6
So, in Gods name, repent.. turn, run flee from Islam and its darkness
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