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Authenticity of New testament part 2 (Harrak)

Reader comment on item: White House Nonchalance toward the Middle East
in response to reader comment: Historical bibles and some thoughts for my muslim friends

Submitted by Lisa (Canada), Apr 9, 2006 at 18:59

If you choose not to read part1 of my comments, or if you choose not to research to find out whether I am making lies or if you choose to just ignore the whole subject, I would really appreciate it that before you do that please answer the following two questions:

1. What is the motive behind corrupting the bibles, if you read the New testoment, you will find message of peace, love, mercy, goodness, etc, you will not see any kind of benefit for anyone to corrupt it simply because there is no benefit in the bibles for any one, what so ever. it doesn't say it is okay to steal, it doesn't say it is ok to commit adultery, it doesn't justify killing, on the contarry it provides very strict rules to those who wants to gain the eternal life with GOD almighty. It doesn't even promise heaven that has sex and pleasure, heaven in Christianity is to join almighty GOD, hell is be seperated from GOD.

2. Why would you think that early Christians who were tortured, thrown to lions, burned alive, thrown to boiled oil, crucified, killed for three hundred (300) years just to spread the word of peace, please tell me what is the motive for these people to corrupt the message of Christ, why would anyone give his/her life to death, leave wealth and good earthy life in order to follow the lord Jesus Christ would think or attempt to corrupt the bibles

I would understand it if someone cliams that the bibles are corrupted if the bibles provide wealth, power, sex to its followers, I would say that certain people re-wrote these bibles and corrupted them in order to gain power, wealth, sex, fun. However, Is there something like this in the New Testoment, please read for yourself Harrak and then decide, I will trust your judgment

Peace be with you

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