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Our dear Esq is quoting a corrupted book to prove a point! Go figure!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Feb 4, 2011 at 08:16

I wrote

>But wait; "If Allah creates this creation then who really created Allah"? So who really created your Allah?"

For the readers our dear Esq whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam and who is good at "cut and paste" jobs but can he write one or two sentences on his own? and he was unable to provide us with evidence that 'millions were killed during the Arain heresy right ?

Oh the Aristotelian problem? as you shall see he has no clue about what I'm talking about after all if his Allah had no clue about it why should we except that our dear Esq to have an answer

So who really created your Allah our dear esq the wannabe Arab?

>Instead of wasting time on your poisonous and hateful nonsense

Let me see your Arabian Allah says that this life is about al-qada' wa al-qadr right mr Einstein? then I can only blame Allah for what you call my "poisonous and hateful nonsense" right our dear esq whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by islam? If so how can we get in touch with Allah and may be we can do lunch (oh and order the ham and bacon for me and do not panic I will talk as your Allah does not know any urdu as he is an Arab) and you can ask Allah to "un-poison" and "un-hate" my nonsense deal?

You are a hypocrite

>I'd rather address more interesting and stimulating question that you have raised above about Allah (God).

Oh really? then Allah is really the God? Then I have a few questions for you

1. Is there a God or Gods? hard and solid evidence

2. Who is this God or Gods? Is he Allah, Jesus, Ra', Amon, Ganesh, Rama etc..? Hard and solid evidence

3. And if there is indeed a God called Allah then who really created Allah? hard and solid evidence

4. Are there angels? hard and solid evidence

5. Is there an angel called gabriel? hard and solid evidence

6. Was there an Arabian warlord and caravan raider called Muhammad aka Ahmad aka Qutham aka Abul Qasim? Hard and solid evidence

7. Did this Muahmmad have a little chat with an angel called gabriel who was "revealing" to him a book of ignorance on behalf of an Allah? hard and solid evidence!

8. Oh Allah spoke to me too and I have a book for you and if you can believe that there is really an Allah who spoke to an Arabian warlord and caravan raider then you should also believe my claim right ?

This is what Aristotle was all about and it is beyond tablighees like you and is beyond your so called prophet

>Who created God? It is an age-old question that has plagued all those who like to think about the big questions. Having grown up as an agnostic non-Christian,

One word: Delusions

>it provided me with a potential reason why there might not be any god. Various religions tend to solve the problem in different ways. The LDS church (Mormonism) says that the God (Elohim) to whom we are accountable had a father god, then grew up on a planet as a man, and progressed to become a god himself. Many other religions have claimed that gods beget other gods. Of course the problem with this idea is how did the first god get here? This problem of infinite regression invalidates such religions. Christianity claims that God has always existed. Is this idea even possible? Does science address such issues?

Gobbeldygook

>Christianity answers the question of who created God in the very first verse of the very first book, Genesis:In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth (Genesis 1:1)his verse tells us that God was acting before time when He created the universe. Many other verses from the New Testament tells us that God was acting before time began, and so, He created time, along with the other dimensions of our universe:No, we speak of God's secret wisdom, a wisdom that has been hidden and that God destined for our glory before time began. (1 Corinthians 2:7)This grace was given us in Christ Jesus before the beginning of time (2 Timothy 1:9)The hope of eternal life, which God... promised before the beginning of time (Titus 1:2)To the only God our Savior, through Jesus Christ our Lord, be glory, majesty, dominion and authority, before all time and now and forever. Amen. (Jude 1:25)

why do you quote the Bible after all your Arabian Allah says that al-injiil wa al-tawra kutubun maharrafa right? So why do you quote a kitab muharraf to prove a point you tell us!

For the readers a kitab muharraf is a corrupted book so why would our dear esq quote a corrupted book to prove a point? unless he is ignorant or poorly educated or desperate to prove his bogus claims

>The idea that God created time, along with the physical universe, is not just some wacky modern Christian interpretation of the Bible. Justin Martyr, a second century Christian apologist, in his Hortatory Address to the Greeks, said that Plato got the idea that time was created along with the universe from Moses:

Gobbledygook

For the readers notice that our dear esq is provding us with a little cut and paste job after he googled "Greeks, Aristotle" et voila, garbage in is garbage out

Oh there will be more

I urge you to abandon islam and be free again and get a grip on reality

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