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Reader comment on item: Churches in Saudi Arabia?
in response to reader comment: Churches

Submitted by Viking Woman (Kuwait), May 9, 2008 at 13:57

I think you have misunderstood some of my comments. Let me clarify. If the Pope and the Cardinals were to accept the Quran, there would be some serious debate regarding the crucifixion of Jesus.

If Jesus was not crucified, then how could his mother (as well as many others) be a witness to this?

Secondly, can you please show me where it says in the Quran that Judas died on the cross? I have never seen his name recorded, rather the ayah states that it was someone other than Jesus.

As for the following comments regarding Christian women marrying Muslim men:

"And they are respected" "'It should be a privilege to the Christian woman to Marry a respectful Muslim man."

Try to learn some humility, and back these statements with facts. I have been clear on my position on the Churches not allowing these marriages based on Biblical scripture. My opinion is based on facts, not hearsay.


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