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Answers for your comment ...contadictions in the bible

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in response to reader comment: contadictions in the bible are a reality

Submitted by Roopesh (United States), Feb 28, 2015 at 06:41

Dear Ezaj,

1. Your first question is difference of genealogy of Jesus in luke and mathew.

Ans:Mathew traces the genealogy of Jesus from joseph's genealogy and luke traces from mary's geneaology.that is why it look like contradiction.

2. Your second question is where Jesus said that he is GOD.

Ans: I know that the BIBLE was forbidden for muslims...If possible read John 10:30-33 in BIBLE there jews tried to stone jesus because he said that father(god) and he is one.

3. Your third question is Trinity

Ans: most of the muslims think that christians are believing in three different gods.But the concept of christianity is different. they believing that the three are three qualities of GOD.for example Moses saw the god in the form of FIRE. Fire has three qualities one form of fire (the god), two light (Jesus)and three heat( holy spirit). Christians believe there qualities in their GOD as trinity. Fire(GOD) you cannot touch. but you can feel light(jesus)(John 8:12) and heat (holy spirit) ..if holy spirit is in your heart it will burn you always to keep you clean spiritually.

Hope I answered your questions...Thank you


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