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6. The Trinity: According to the Quran (Surah 5:116, 5:73-75) the Christians believe in "three Gods" - Father, Mother, and Son.

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Submitted by ayman (India), Mar 17, 2011 at 08:41

This shows the influence of heretical 'Christian' sects in central Arabia at the time of Muhammad. In contrast, Christianity ha

don is totally mistaken,i will suggest some method =answers (with proof) get from quran itself(read once more),if notime then

or see(download video) the debate with mm akbar(in malayalam) or zakir naik(in english) with well known scholars . visit

www.irf.net

www.nicheoftruth.org et

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