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The wrong teaching of Trinity in the quran

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Submitted by Don (India), Nov 7, 2005 at 04:45

Alas! Finally the muslims have found the evidence for the corruption of the Holy Bible. It is None other than Issac Newton! To mention Issac Newton, religious and a believer as an evidence of the Holy Bible shows how muslims are desperate and would go to any lengths and conspiracy theories to malign the Holy Scriptures.

But why mention Newton after all? why would muslims give credit the idea of a person who believes the Bible as a word of God and who confesses Christ as the Messiah? Doesn't that make him "kaffir" according to the Islamic beliefs? But muslims like to discard all of belief of his and try to go along with his idea of Trinity. Though Newton is thought to be doubting the Trinity, this issue of his is smeard without enough evidence and is surrounded by the conspiracy theories if the die-hard Christian bashers of lefties and athiests who are trying to gain ground in all the life and academic spheres of the West. For the athiests and liberals the idea of the great scientist as Issac Newton to be a Bible believer and a Christian is a hard pill to swallow. But why go to Newton there are still many people who have a doubt on the Trinity?

According to muslims Muhammad has come to clear all the corruption and wrong belief of the Christians and Jews. What does the quran has to say about the Trinity?

According to the Quran (Surah 5:116, 5:73-75) the Christians believe in "three Gods" - Father, Mother, and Son. In contrast, Christianity has always distinctly stated that the Trinity is the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This shows the influence of heretical 'Christian' sects in central Arabia at the time of Muhammad. Nowhere in the Bible is the Trinity mentioned as Father, Son and Mother!!

This is the reason Muhammad didn't believe in the Trinity. He thought that we Christians believe Mary to be the ‘wife' of God (God forbid) and they got a son called Jesus!!..what a funny thoght is this... Just like they way he thought we Christians believe man is created in the physical image of God. Muhammad is reported to have said "If Allah has son, surely I would be the first one to worship him". He was thinking of ‘son' as delivering baby! This just shows that the quran is just written by the mind of Muhammad and not God.

Muhammad didn't understand what it means to be called ‘the Son of God'. It is just a title given to Jesus to show how he is close to God and how beloved he is my God just as an earthly father loves his son. Surely all of us if we become upright in all our ways and try to be as holy as possible we can all be called sons/Daughters of God. Little did Muhammad realize that, he too can be called the son of God if he was holy and pure in his life, which unfortunately he was not. Muhammad didn't understand the deep religious and theological meaning of what it means to be called the son/daughter of God. He always thought that son means only delivering baby through a wife!

The author of the quan has miserably failed to understand the deep religious meaning of the Trinity and has corrupted it as Father Mother and Son. This is the reason muslims try to criticize the Trinity by what Newton or King Henry VIII or Princess Diana said…..Does the quran has an answer to everything in the world as what muslims say?

Quran doesn't have an answer to everything in this world and the teaching of the trinity in the quran is another example of how corrupted the quran is and how it was written by muhammed's mind not Gabriel or God.

I challenge any quran worshipping muslims like Mr/s Nuray to show me in the Bible where it says we Christians worship Trinity as Father, Mother and Son as what the quran says.

Best Wishes,
Don.
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