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For Tim and "raising the dead" and Jesus in the Qur'an!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Nov 17, 2006 at 07:33

My dear Tim the book of your Allah says in aya Q3;49

"the usual Islamic blah....blah....blah then "wa abra' al-akma wa al-abras" this means: "I (Jesus) heal the blind, and the leper"

This could mean that:

1. Jesus was a good doctor, so was he?

2. Or Jesus is indeed God as only a God could cure such problems at such time 2000 years ago.

3. Or Muahmmad was a poor theologian and did not know what he was talking about

So which one is it my dear Tim?

Then the aya says "wa ahya al-mawta" or:

1.wa means "and"

2. ahya means "I raise"

3. al-mawta means "the dead"

Or: "and I (Jesus) raise the dead"!

You must agree with me that this means;

1. That Jesus is indeed God as only a God can raise the dead.

2. Or Muhammad was clueless in matters of logic

So I must conclude that the Qur'an indeed say that jesus is God!

So how do we explain this bizarre and poor theology of Muhammad?

Stay tuned for more.

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