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Christianity vs. Islam - reforming Christianity

Reader comment on item: Can Islam Be Reformed?
in response to reader comment: Islam Does Not Replace Christianity: There is No Synthesis for its Reformation

Submitted by Guardian of Deen (United Arab Emirates), Jul 11, 2013 at 03:35

The Holy Quran is the main and major source of ruling in Islam

It is the WORD of God All-Mighty, no one has the right to change what is in there EXCEPT the LORD Himself

Unlike the Jews and the Christians who did change their scriptures, the Muslims are unlikely to do the same for the sake of the west eyes, or to please people. Our first priority is to please God alone.

All previous doctrines such as Christianity and Judaism Shari'a Laws preached the same values as the Muslim Shari'a Laws at one time; Jews and Christians have changed their doctrine, manipulated with it.

Christianity was not founded by Jesus, it was found by Paul who never saw Jesus.

He killed the Apostles of Jesus and burned their books and kept his only as the true source of reference for all Christian.

It is not Jesus who found Christianity as it was not Moses who found Judaism.

That is why you will find a huge difference between the Judo-Christian doctrine and the Muslim doctrine nowadays.

Christianity should be reformed before it is too late to abide with the LORD's original commandments

Please read the book "What did Jesus Really Say"

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