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Paul Not Chosen

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in response to reader comment: Tablighee nonsense

Submitted by Submitter (Malaysia), Aug 14, 2013 at 22:11

Paul spread a doctrine that Jesus had a rather 'special' Father. In Jewish scipture, We knew Isaiah and David adressed God as Father . But, never Isaiah and David attained status of God Sons.

So the doctrine spread by Paul that Jesus had a 'special' Father is not of truth. Please read Surah Al-Ikhlas particularly verses 3 & 4.

http://beta.quran.com/112/3-4

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