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JustMe: Dead Sea Scrolls & The Holy Trinity

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Submitted by Sword of Islam (United Kingdom), Mar 18, 2006 at 00:54

One major argument that seriously undermines the legitimacy of The Qu'ran is the fact that Muslim scholars generally teach that Muhammad was given The Message by God because the Christians and Jews had corrupted and altered the original 'messages' that he had sent them.

However, the historical fact that the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered 50 years ago proves the both the The Old Testament (Torah) and The New Testament (Gospels) were not altered in any way!

Furthermore, Muhammad claimed that his coming was foretold in The Bible but this is blatantly untrue as the sources that they quote are always carefully 'edited' quotes from The Bible that actually refer to the Holy Ghost. More lies.

But don't get sucked into a debate on the Holy Trinity. It's too difficult to explain in this kind of environment and they seem to believe that our God is limited by the laws of physics. If the interest was sincere why wouldn't they Google it?

Keep up the good work!


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