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Monotheism and poor theology

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in response to reader comment: Dimmi keep it up

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 27, 2013 at 08:45

Our dear Av is not very happy that I proved to him that Islam is a pagan religion now I will go after the bogus Islamic tawheed

Christians or Hindus or Buddists. Though these communiteis practice polythems in various form I do not believe that their scriptures promote polytheiss

Here is a very short primer:

1. In Hinduism you will find the very profound doctrine of "Vedanta Dharma" or the way of the truth and that your truth is what you see and not what others see which means that if you believe that there is a God and only one god then this is your truth and if you believe that there is no God then there is no God and if you believe that there are many Gods then there are many Gods after all how could you or I prove that there is a God or Gods? You cannot Hint: I challenge you to prove to me that there is an Allah!

But you know what? This is why Hinduism and its theology are much more profound than Islam and its poor theology

2. The rule of a God or Gods is marginal at best in Buddhism and it is you that make or break and that you can only blame yourself for suffering and indeed very prfound and logical thinking. Islam? Allah tells you that he plans every thing then he has his little Islamic bordello called al-Janna with their 72 virgins and boys of heaven and his little silly hell but Muhammad was a poor theologian because this means that this life has no meaning after all Allah pre-plans every thing right?

3. There is no doubt that Christianity is a monotheistic religion and all it takes is to read Mark 12:29 Hear O Israel The Lord our God is the one and only Lord

Oh the Trinity? It is not any different from اقانيم الله in Islam after all how can Allah be a مكار and صادق unless we have more than one Allah

4. As for Judaism: The Jews never claimed that their ethnic God is the God of anyone else and they were saying as in the Shi'ma that the God of Israel is one. But Muhammad was a poor theologian and he did not realize that the smart Jewish Rabbis knew very well that Muhammad (in regard to his monotheism) had to deal with the profound Aristotelian problem which is: If Allah created this creation then who created Allah and yes it made it to al-Tabari's exegesis of Q112 read it and have a laugh because the Jewish Rabbis proved that Muhammad was indeed a poor theologian and thet islamic monotheism can be proven to be no more than poor theology that can be defeated with ease by Greek logic

I really feel sorry for you because you are trying to spread the religion of the Arabs only when the Arabs do not like you and regard you as a big time kafir

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