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Is christianity or judaism mentioned in the bible?

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Submitted by Abu-Maryam (Netherlands), Apr 11, 2013 at 13:12

As a response to your issue: Is (the word/name) Jerusalem mentioned in the Quran?

So surely you are assuming from the answer to this question that Jerusalem belongs to the jews and not the Muslims. That's your whole point, is it not?

If that's our way of understanding, than I want to ask you something: Are the words "Christianity" and "Judaism" mentioned in the bible?

The answer is: NO, so we can conclude that they are not God's religion and self-made.

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Daniel Pipes replies:

Your logic makes no sense. Are you suggesting that Judaism belongs to Islam?

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