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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: Adib Farakish.. they themselves are not sure about their religion

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Mar 28, 2006 at 17:06

You know what the defense of that inconsistency will be? It was the screwed up Christian Bible that got it wrong. Now talk about arrogance. That pretty much covers anything we could possibly point out to them where the Qur'an differs, even very significant differences like this one. There are four warning signs of false prophets: (1) They may appear to live according to religious principles, but they do not speak God's message; (2) They water down God's message to make it more acceptable; (3) They encourage their listeners, often subtly, to disobey God; (4) They tend to be arrogant and self-serving, appealing to the desires of their audience instead of being true to God's Word. Just an observation to ponder.

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