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Is Allah and Christian's god the same?

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in response to reader comment: The Islamic Allah and Christian God are not the Same

Submitted by Salim B Man (Malaysia), Jan 27, 2010 at 21:33

Thank you for your article on the above. I truly appreciate it even though you did not cast good light on Islam (that is not important). More important is we agree we did not worship the same god.

In quran, it says Jesus the son of Mary both eat and drink. Why quran mention such a trivial thing? It's because like it being repeated over an over again in quran, we shall think. Thinking about this you would agree that after eating and drinking you have to pass motion. You then leave your crap and your DNA behind. DNA is not know 1,400 years ago. Now, there is a code in your DNA that will make you grow old and eventually die. Nothing can change that. Now, Jesus being a son would surely inherit the father's DNA. Both contain DEATH code. No wonder some people in the west think their god is dead!. I believe that too. 2000 years is long time. If you did not die yet, you get pretty weak already.

Allah did not beget a son nor begotten.

Thank you again for agreeing we are not worshiping the same god.

Best regards,
SALIM

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