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Reader comment on item: Stop the NYC Madrassa
in response to reader comment: Hi Abu Nawas

Submitted by Simon (United States), Aug 18, 2007 at 01:24

This is what he posts below and at times he challenges Christians and Shias to debate him Arabic or English. You can find below at http://www.mybeoble.com/forums/showthread.php?t=656

www.mybeople.com an Arabic site in the U.S

The Historicity of religion

Ok I will give an extensive thesis supporting the religion of Islam. I will be as academic as possible. So please forgive me for starting different threads.

Firstly I will discuss an essential formal condition for the truth of a religion. In other words it is part and parcel of the coherence of the religion. The accurate historicity to its founder has to be part and parcel of its tradition. A religion cannot be true if we cannot verify historical documents about it. Right?

No doubt this is not an issue of correspondence. This does not prove the religion but it eliminates one aspect of a possible incoherence or at least a possible issue historically.

I claim that Islam can vouch for the historical verification of its tradition. This is the Quran and the Sunnah

I will start with the Quran. Anyone interested?


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