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Reader comment on item: Pope Benedict XVI and the Koran
in response to reader comment: The Pope needs to bring Catholicism into the modern age too.

Submitted by Lisa (Canada), Jan 21, 2006 at 01:28

All what I am asking is not to make fake stories about your "fake" conversion and about Nun story that can never be true. If you want to debate I would expect that at least you be honest and say that you are a Muslim and were born as a Muslim, has never been a Christian because these kinds of arguments never come from Christians.

The big difference between the Bibles and Quran is that the bibles were written by several of people, in various languages and various places, and yet they are all support each other. The holy men who wrote the bibles were among thousands of witnesses to Jesus life, teachings, crucifixion and resurrection. The witness of the Quran is a man who claimed that he received a message from GOD this man called Muhammad, who neither his acts or his life can be an honest witness on words form almighty GOD. have you ever read the bible?

Before accusing the authenticity of the bibles, please research through history, or maybe research about the Dead Sea scrolls that were found in 1948

All existing bibles in all languages talk about the same message, all Christians are united in their believe that Jesus is the living GOD

Please ask yourself, why would Christians change the bibles, those who were persecuted, tortured, thrown to lions, burned alive for 300 years before the Roman Empire made Christianity as the religion of state?

Neither Christ nor the apostles had any earthy benefit from believing in Christianity on the contrary, their believe caused them grief, pain and death, unlike Muhammad and his followers who gained power, wealth, sex, etc from being Muslims


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