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Why is there Old and new testament?

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in response to reader comment: Allah may be the arabic word for "god", but Allah is not the same God as Yahweh

Submitted by David (United Kingdom), Mar 26, 2017 at 17:09

Well, I tried to understand from your theory what the meaning of God or Allah. But you confused yourself by creating two separate Gods as if we are humans but some of us are more Godish or allahish than the others. God is God in what ever language you say it, and English was not the language of the Bible, therefore you have to dig deep and support your argument against Muslims or non Christians or as you call them Mohammed followers.

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