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Changing Islam

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Submitted by JIMJFOX (Australia), Mar 30, 2014 at 10:43

"Islam exists in history and changes over time"

The Qur'an's "claim" to be for all times is more than just a claim. It is a statement that reflects the universality of the Qur'an's message and its relevance to all people in all times and places.

... Anyway, a radically altered Islam would refute most of the Koran and would no longer be Islam. The real problem was spelt out in "The pathology of an Islamic mind" by Barbara J Stock, possibly the best analysis of the problems confronting the free world.

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