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The Concept of God

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Submitted by Kelvan Kam Kay Ven (United States), Sep 27, 2006 at 16:25

I sincerely do not believe in the concept of god from abrahamic religion and god would never force human or any sentient being to choose sudden patterns to appreciates or venerate him (i should say it not him). Islam represent the worst concept of god than the other two abrahamic faith (judaism and christianity) given that it requires invididuals to conduct sudden rituals in daily life and worst of all it is incompatible with modernization, democracy or human rights where there's no separation of mosque and state.

The principles of spirituality from quran does not came from Muhammad alone but from the former traditions or culture (i.e. paganism, judaism, Jewish mystic principle qabala,the teaching of jesus or gnosticism, Christian Gospel, taoism and other eastern philosophy) before the existence of islam and Muhammad as Muhammad himself imitate the former faith for his own lust and power. The concept of god from islam is nothing more than another conpiracy of Muhammad and his followers.

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