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Interesting How Islam - Trying to Hide Christianity - Becomes Its Best Evidence

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 23, 2021 at 11:49

The perennial question: let's start with: is there a God? Actually, this question is the final permutation of the scripted query: did God really say? This beginning exchange began the tragedy of humanity, attempting to redefine existence after being stripped of an eternal destiny for rebellion, spent the first thousand years of history finding out how life in ignorance of God ended with the first near extinction event; the flood. Debates of this are epochal and trivial, the evidences of such being found in archeological/paleotological and written records: only the interpretations vary dependent on where the tyrranosaurs' bones are found.
Recognition of a Deity was recalled out on the plains where ziggurats are found laying in destitute condition near the region of what is today, Iraq/Iran, formerly Persia of Biblical recognition. Now this region is the center of the contention of not whether there is a God (that being the athiests' contention of an argument already lost); but whose God is God and how the Truth of that is being prepared for final fulfillments.
Islam's best shot at the attempts to get confirmation of the Quranic thesis has already been through the analysis and based on current observations (such as demonstrated here in Dr. Pipes forum), something is missing as the theology that purports to support the adulation at the Kaaba does not provide all the answers.
Thus, we read of those who attempt to leace Islam, some finding answers in the Gospel of the Savior; others still searching, but wavering as to whether they should have left Islam.
The Gospel of Jesus Christ remains the result of a record going back to that question: if there is a God, where is the proof: and Yeshua, Jesus Christ, provided that proof: He exists. If, as many suppose, He did not, then where did this discussion get its beginning from two thousand years ago. One can walk from the Damascus Gate to Golgotha, the place of the cross; and no one can find the true grave (it remains empty) any longer. The record now points to the place of His return, where the 'Palestinian' contention is being directed, the Temple Mount. But remember, the Temple site is Israel's touchstone, not Islam's nor Christianity's. Both the current Christian community and the communities of Islamic believers, Muslim and former Muslim/Christian believers alike, will be witness to that return just as the Tanakh has dictated. Then the mixture of joy of the redemption and later judgement for rebellion to belief will be made plain.
Thanks Dr. Pipes; for Sharing this with Dinesh; Baruch HaShem Adonai.

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