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Conundrum to Quandary - When Humanity Finally Learns the Truth - Before it's Too Late

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 22, 2021 at 20:00

Islam has been around for centuries. Islamism is its latest form. Does this mean that if Shiite and Sunni practicing adherents cannot agree which is its latest version to be practiced, does it need another reformation?
Is this why some wait for the al-Madhi to make that determination?
Christianity, the destination of some Muslims that have found that now believing in the Savior appears to be a course in life that shows the love of God is a better way to eternal life does not need that determination of Islamism's destructive path like that of the Liverpool bomber.
It it has always been that way, in the way of Christ; the way the Savior spoke of for roughly two thousand years. It solves the quandary of choosing, not a religion, but eternity as presented by choosing to accept and believing in Christ, the Savior.

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