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Political Correct Theology

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued

Submitted by Caesar Arevalo (United States), Sep 30, 2006 at 20:56

From a theological point of view, after comparing the the nature of God taught in the Quran and the Bible, it is evident that the Allah is not YWYH. The issue is not if etemiologically both words come from the same semitic root. the issue is if the god that Muslims worship is the same God that Christians and Jews worship. The answer to this question is no.

Muslims believe and worship a god that is completely different from the God revealed in the Bible. Allah is not the merciful god that Muslims say it is. The muslim god, Allah, commands Muslims not to take as friends Christians and Jews. Allah rewards more to those who fight and kill "infidels" in the name of Allah than those Muslims who stay at home enjoying their family life. Allah has a paradise with 72 virgins waiting the arrival of Muslims who are killled by blowing up themselves in Israel, Irak, Afghanistan, to enjoy with them endless sexual encounters.

It is clear that there is a big contradiction between what the Quran teaches about Allah and what the Bible teaches about Yaweh. In the Bible Israel is the chosen people of God. In the bible God has promissed Abraham that Israel will be the promise land for him and his posterity. In the bible, there is not indication about 72 virgins waiting to Jews if they are killled or commit suicide in the name of Yaweh. Even more, in the Bible the messianic prophecies are interpreted by Christians as pointing out to Jesus.

How is possible that the Pope can say that Muslims worship the only and true god when this Allah call Jews monkeys? The pope is preaching politically correct theology instead Christian theology.


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