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Did you read the book our dear Drunkard

Reader comment on item: Uncovering Early Islam
in response to reader comment: How about Holland?

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), May 20, 2012 at 07:27

Our dear the Drunkard did you read the book? let me guess you did not right?

Unfortunately, Spencer's a priori Christian apologetic stance makes his other books hard going. His attempts to promote Christianity as the 'real' Religion of Peace undermine any attempt to help Mohammedans to progress towards a rejection of the tribal violence in the Koran and Hadith


While it is fine, indeed necessary, to point out that (MOST) Jews and Christians do not act on the nastier parts of their scripture, we have to admit that this change only came about by the erosion of scriptural authority in general. 'Good' Muslims, as well as 'good' Christians and Jews, need to show HOW they choose what to accept from their traditions, not just that they don't hunt witches, stone adulterers of kill people for picking up sticks on Sabbath.

What does this have to do with his book? so you tell did Muhammad exist and if so then provide us with the evidence but first read the book



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