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Imaginary sin concept doesn't fit to life on earth

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Submitted by Nuray (Germany), Oct 14, 2006 at 14:01

You wrote that "Him decided instead to come down to earth as human form and take away our punishment."

Imaginary sin concept is worthless. It doesn't fit to life on earth. Why should I be punished from the crime I never committed. We Muslims believe that we are responsible from our free actions on earth. We Muslim didn't kill our messenger and invent a story saying he died for us. He lived long enough to show us how to live as God, Allah wishes.

Why do you pay attention to the sin committed by Adam and Eve? How about your sins on earth?

Nuray

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