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Honesty is the best policy, Hind Samy. Good luck and goodbye.

Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
in response to reader comment: A challenge to all non Muslims and then I will bid you farewell.

Submitted by JustMe (United States), Apr 3, 2006 at 01:23

I am amazed that someone who touts how well versed and educated and well travelled they are has come up with the answer to our creation as the Big Bang Theory. This explains why I got no response except for a web address when I asked what your belief was to the beginning of our world. I have also decided it is a waste of time to try to respond to all your quotations from Qur'an. Why would I listen to a book that preaches the Big Bang Theory? I also know what the Bible says at the very end about adding anything to it. Revelation 22:18-19 And I solemnly declare to everyone who hears the prophetic words of this book: If anyone adds anything to what is written here, God will add to that person the plagues described in this book. And if anyone removes any of the words of this prophetic book, God will remove that person's share in the tree of life and in the holy city that are described in this book. So I really am not going to listen to the writings of a man who murdered Jews and desperately needed to come up with a different religion than theirs-- voila'-- the Qur'an.

Another point which Sword so adeptly pointed out is that you simply lie when you are trying to make your points. I have a couple more to add to his list (and these are just from your last post): One thing, I never said Jesus was not a human. I agree that he was a prophet, but not JUST a prophet. He is the Son of God, the Messiah. You said, "JustMe, you believe that Jesus is not human, that he is not like us in any way yes?" I'm sorry, Hind Samy, but NO-- you just made that up. So there's no reason to go on about that, but that lack of honesty really impairs your credibility.

The next thing is that you start quoting the Bible (John14:30) to support your belief that Mohammed is the 'prince of this world'. That's hilarious. You said, "Who is the "prince of the world"? Could it be Mohamed (pbuh)?" Well, I hate to tell you but you just called your own prophet Satan. There are two other times in John where Satan is referenced as the 'prince of this world' and they are speaking about him being cast out, etc. Those verses are John 12:31 and John 16:11. I find it hard to believe that you didn't know this seeing as you say you have read the Bible. So, once again, you are trying to mislead anyone reading your post who wouldn't have known this. But to be honest, I'm pretty sure Sword, Danish/American, Mandy and Sidda are probably educated enough to know this. So in parting, I will tell you good luck and keep searching honestly for the truth, Hind.

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