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The Final Discovery: The Final Choice.

Reader comment on item: Obama's Pretend Counterterrorism Policy
in response to reader comment: There will always be something new to discover under the sun

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Oct 31, 2011 at 15:16

"It is good that you acknowledge that people who (sic) wrote the books."

Yet in so acknowledging the human scribes, one must also acknowledge their spiritual guide; for no human could have dreamt the supernatural aspects of the Holy Bible; and without that supernatural insight, no one is able to discern what the Holy Bible has for each individual, as you have so ably demonstrated.

You focus on the Quran; for that is what you have determined you must do, as each adherent of the Quran are taught to do. Be that as it may. Yet, as it is admitted that you are more qualified to bring your perspective on the Quran to bear, in the adverse, you are not so nearly qualified to bring anything Biblical to the table for you have not been taught the Holy Bible from a faith perspective, a definitive disadvantage.

Scrutiny of the Quran means one thing to a believer of the Quran; a true follower of Jesus Christ must go to the record before the Quran, to the Hebrew Holy Scriptures to discern the things of Jesus Christ. A follower of the Quran MUST be taught to believe error in things before the Quran or the Quran must be declared suspect.

I am sure which words are of the LORD and which are not: the Holy Bible provides the means to make that discernment. Every word that proceeds out of the mouth of the LORD is to be returned to Him in His truth.

1. Again, missed are the circumstances of why Lot and his daughters were not consumed as was the wife. Read the account again, from the point where Abraham was visited prior to the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah.


3. Which is more wicked: honor due to the WORD of the LORD; or the words of men?

4. This should be self explanatory-who was telling Abraham "thine only son?' Further, since the time Abraham predated Islam by centuries, it highly doubtful (and no human proof can be produced beyond a reasonable doubt) that Abram from Ur, likely of Chaldean lineage and not Arabic, was Muslim-this is from Islamic ideology and not even from the Quran.

5. The Bible is not about ethics. Only humans try to concern themselves about ethical human behavior.

6. Almighty God can only lead to ethical behavior those who follow His WORD. Otherwise it is just human ethics, always open to compromise.

7. It never said He NEEDED rest; but that He did rest. One does not need to make anything more out of it that what it says.

8. This only proves the unbelief of the people of the Quran; for there is no proof of Abraham ever going to Mecca.

9. Proof of insertion is still missing.

10. Again, proof of unbelief.

11. Again, proof of unbelief.

While there will always be something for mankind to discover, the reality is that all that Almighty God has done was already done by the power of His WORD; discovery is the means by which His truth is revealed, but the mysteries of His WORD revealed only when faith is exchanged with Him through Jesus Christ.


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