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Christian Jesus and Plagiarism

Reader comment on item: White House Nonchalance toward the Middle East
in response to reader comment: CHALLEGE 6W: Answering Lisa and more

Submitted by HARRAK (Canada), Apr 5, 2006 at 12:11

Hi Lisa,


1- Jesus was not illeterate why did the Jews refuse him as prophet!! why not following the people of his own skin and say he copied from the Torah? Jews make a good argument about that who changed their faith and abolished their law? How can you prove your Jesus did not commit plagiarism!!

2- Is the god you are talking about male or female! or non sexed like in Islam!

3- why the god you are talking about decided one time to change his ID from one the only god of Abraham and Moses to Three?? If you tell me he did so to grow up his children and teach them slowly, than what makes it impossible for him to change his ID again and present himself in Islam differently!

4- When Jesus bowed down to God, he was in the man status, right! why the christians do not bow down to god!! Knowing that there is no verse in the New T stating the abolition of this practice...

I think that that man Jesus of your versions was not very smart! he just created more problems than he solved and ended up on the cross and you blame it on the Jews. I think he just bothered every body at that time..(based on your Version of your Jesus).


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