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Reader comment on item: Friendless in the Middle East
in response to reader comment: Enlightenment of Prophetic Times

Submitted by slayhy (Canada), Jan 4, 2012 at 13:29

never different point of views should make enmity between people, coming to a common ground i and minimum understanding would be sufficient for people to get along.

the first common understanding is the belief that there is God - which we both believe

the second common undestanding is the belief that there are angels of God - which we both believe

the third common understanding is the belief in the books - which we believe in, except that you don't believe the Quran is God's words

The fourth common understanding is the belief in the prophets - which we believe in, except that you don't believe in Muhammad as a prophet of God and the final Messenger of God

The fifth common understanding is that Jesus is not God, but a great prophet of God - which we are not in agreement - I bleive in Jesus as a great prophet of God, you believe in Jesus as God and son of Godand Holy spirit in one.

The sixth common understanding is the believe in the judgment day and the life after - which we both believe in

Now we are in dsagreement in third , fourth and fifth - and all our previous discussion we concentrated on these tree points -

I have shown you that the Quran is a miracle that is full of miracles being scientific and numerical that prves it cannot be written by any person, s how about an illiterate person as Muhammad.

I have shown you that Muhammad was mentioned in previous books such as the Torah and te Gospel - also reading the life story of Muhammad shows his merits, his characte, attributes - I suggest that you read Ibn-Hisham book on the life of Muhammad.

I have shown you from the Bible that Jesus by his own admison denied being a God or son of God, he himself prostrated to God, he gave the promise of the Paraclete

the bible tells us how Jesus is not the sacrifice - the person on the cross said "Eli Eli, Lama Sabashtani" meaning "oh God, why have you forsaken me",a person who volunteered to sacrifice himself for humanity would not utter such words, the person on the cross who uttered such words is unbeliever

Lastly we all are believers in Jesus Christ, as we are believers in all Prophets of God, we make no difference between them. and as you said, those who torture and kll in christianity do not follow Jesus christ, similarly I say unto you that Those Muslims who do torture and killings are not following the words of God in te quran and Muhammad sayings - God said in the Quran who kill an innocent person (whatever he maybe) is liking killing humanity and who revive a person is like reviving humanity.

God bless


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