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Biblical Accounts - Being Readied for Examination

Reader comment on item: Obama's Pretend Counterterrorism Policy
in response to reader comment: the difference between Quranic accounts and biblical accounts

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Dec 12, 2011 at 16:58

To quote you, "the Quran is always accurate and never fails to bring the truth……," except when it repudiates the truth about Jesus Christ.

Then you try to use completed Old Testament to make an argument of truth?

You would do better to try examining why Israel is here and the Hyxos are not.

You would do better to try examining why, after the Temple mount was over taken by the Israeli army in 1967, that the waqf were given control as accorded by the Holy Bible.

But let us put this in the original context of this particular forum. The United States is in a dilemma as to how to deal with the Middle East. Dispensing with the inaccurate arguments of the 'Palsetinian' cause, explain the inconsistencies of your contention of the 'end time' scenario which sounds more like the rhetoric of the Iranian president than the American Chief Executive; and how it all fits with the Isaiah imperative of prophetic fulfillment. It is no longer a future event scenario; we have entered into its fulfillment.


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