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CHALLENGE part 3, WHO IS GOD! the problem of translation in Middle Eastern religious thoughts

Reader comment on item: How the Cartoon Protests Harm Muslims [by Leading to a Separation of Civilizations]

Submitted by HARRAK (Canada), Feb 19, 2006 at 16:37

Dear participant in the issue of the Middle East,

One fellow participant called RPAIN wrote: "God's wrath will smite down the enemies of His children"..and that is commonly known of The children of Israel to be god`s children. I just take the chance here to drive your attention about the theory that say all CHRISTIANITY is based on an error of translation. They took Jesus who claimed he is the son of god and made a god to be the father ingnoring that that was a common way of portraying the son of the righteous people in the original language. Jesus even when they acused hi of saying he is the son of god, he told them that they should not blame him -the righteous clerics of that time- for sayying he is the son of god -out of modesty- while they themselves describe them selves as gods..(exact verse available in new testament, I will bring it upon request).

Conclusion: Yes god had 2 uses, one for the righteous man and the other one for the one god. Jesus therefore is Jew not a god as one of the children of god..-children of Israel-. I thought to share this theory with you that represents a challenge to some commentators..

My reply to Octavio Johanson who says I am not welcome in Europe. Listen, British passport is better than the the one of Sovlakipolos..so you may -also may not- not be welcome in England by the British general mood who obviously does not like pretty much the whole immigration movement including the eastern european prostitology and south european restology..


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