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Irrational Beliefs

Reader comment on item: [The American Muslim Council:] 'Mainstream' Muslims?
in response to reader comment: there i sno big difference between islam and christian

Submitted by Aaron (United States), Aug 3, 2010 at 08:38

Noufel,

Your belief that "Jesus did not die" is irrational in light of the overwhelming evidence:

  • The Old Testament prophets testified to Jesus' death and burial.

  • Jesus testified to His death on multiple occasions.

  • We have eyewitnesses to the death of Jesus on the cross.

  • We know of people who participated in the burial of Jesus' dead body.

  • Even non-Christian sources wrote that Jesus died (e.g. Josephus and Tacitus).

The law/Torah requires that a matter be established by two or three witnesses (Deuteronomy 17:6-7). The testimonies of Jesus, Old Testament prophets, Jesus' followers, non-Christian historians, etc. is true, legal and believable compared to the testimony of Muhammad (or the Qur'an), which was written nearly six hundred years after the event.

Regards,

Aaron

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