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The Holy Spirit

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in response to reader comment: 1.8 Million Christians converting to Islam because they actually believe in it makes me laugh, but 1.8 million converting because money issues, pressure, social climbing, promotions, threats, to divorce ,to marry several women….etc. makes more sense.

Submitted by william assad (United States), Mar 2, 2010 at 13:30

In the Koran The Holy Spirit appeared to Mary as a man. Gabriel in Islam is the Holy Sprit. The Spirit and angels lined in front of El-lah in ranks.

God in Islam has no spirit. Jesus according to the Koran was created like Adam. Why God needs another Adam. The New Adam never sinned. He is the Saviior The Multi God of Muhammad.

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