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Mulsims are Sinners

Reader comment on item: Muhammad Ali v. George W. Bush

Submitted by Aknad Abdulah (United States), Dec 17, 2005 at 11:20

The Bible, from the Torah (Old Testament) to the end says and shows plainly that all people, even God's chosen people, are sinners.

But muslims do not think they are sinners, hence, there is no repentance, and no salvation for them (unless they admit this which is the first step to salvation). There's no help for an alcoholic, or any other person addicted to sin, muslim or otherwise, unless and until they recognize their sin and call it what it is.

The Bible says "By their fruit ye shall know them". Sinners bring forth sinful fruits from an unrepented, sinful nature. Also known as "Denial" in pop psychology terms.

At least when Christians sin, they do not condone it, are sorry for it, recognize it as sin, and at the very leas, try to repent. They know they do indeed have a sinful nature, were born with it as we all were, and are humble enough to admit it.

Contrast that with the wicked self-righteousness of Muslims.

Even the "good" ones that I know, are so self-absorbed, prideful, and defensive of their own "righteousness", it's appalling.

Ali's self-praise and rejection of God the Creator and the Messiah, is blatantly apparent.

God's Word says: "Let another praise you, and not your own mouth". Yet, many foolish, ignorant Americans laud this man as some kind of example. He would be absolutely nothing in any other country, except, well, maybe a terrorist of some sort.

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