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Validity of Truth is Not Humanly Determinable if Source is Not Verifiable Beyond Human Understanding

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 12, 2022 at 18:22

One of the values, if not the more valuable aspect of these observations by Dhimmi No More is/are the comparative analyses in which in the Quran it cannot be determined how to respond to admonitions towards human behavior if the lesson to be learned cannot be understood for a proper response. It is that duality of a concept that the Quran introduces when attempting to bring some perception of a borrrowed concept from the Hebrew Scriptures, such as introducing a differing version of an 'angelic' appearance of Gabriel and claiming an adverse message than what Gabriel from the Hebrew Scriptures would be delivering. It is inconsistencies (variants) such as these (like the purpose of the separated bodies of water) that Dhimmi No More clarifies for this observer and it helps greatly when seeking Sovereign truth over human duplicity.

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