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Dhimmi no more's "perceived bias", zzazzefrazzee?

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued
in response to reader comment: Sorry dhimmi, but your "agreement" with me here is only partly true.

Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Apr 26, 2008 at 21:46

Dhimmi no more wrote -

"Yes all of the so called holy books, and the Qur'an included, were written by human beings. But the Qur'an is for sure the strangest of them all."

You replied -

"The only reason you state that is your own perceived bias. Any individual capable of more impartial judgement can find convulted inconsistancies in all of these scripture, not just the Qur'an."

1. First off, "dhimmi no more"s knowledge of Arabic, the language that the Qur'an was first written, is very extensive. You cannot hold a candle to it.

2. Secondly, she gave very good examples to support her point.

Both of these (1. and 2.) are NOT examples of "perceived bias".

She comments on the structure of the Qur'an itself. Not "interpretations" that are possible "inconsistancies".

When you find the time, zzazzefrazzee, try comparing the structure, ie., the very language of the Qur'an (original) with that of the Bible.

I think you will find, as dhimmi no more states, the Qur'an is the "strangest of them all."


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