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More predictable, sanctimonious hyperbole from Oliver...

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued
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Submitted by zzazzeefrazze (United States), Apr 26, 2008 at 00:32

"Regardless of the reasoning, one must consider the prospect that the setting aside of the commands of YHVH to undermine the claims of an opponent is a very dangerous proposition. Just think about it."

That's your argument, Oliver, not mine. You can believe that all you want. Sources please? I cited many respectable scholarly sources and references, the vast majority are written by by non-Muslims who are experts in their fields, that refer to historical sources and physical evidence. All you've given me is incessant scripture quoting and a few dictionary cut and pasted dictionary paragraphs. Why don't you try reading the references I provided, or better yet, meet an actual Arabic-speaking Christian for a change?

Despite all your attempts to deny or mitigate it, given the above comment, I'll stand by my claim that you really do think that Arabic speaking Christians are blaspheming, don't you Oliver? Therefore, I think it's safe to conclude that you're not at all concerned for Arabic -speaking Christians in any possible respect except for what you deem to be their adherence to what you think of as "theological correctness". Have a nice life!


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