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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 28, 2006 at 07:37

Our dear al-haqq 3aish oh I forgot that the great islamic theolgian of Islam Truth Lives does not know any Arabic! urdu maybe?

Well, it seems that Allah or is it Abul Qasim I mean Muhammad (aka Ahmad and Qutham! Why does Muhammad have so many names?) were poor theologians as the Qur'an says that Jesus is a prophet but it also says that he is God. Confused theology? Do not blame me. You can only blame muhammad and his Allah.

The author(s) of the Qur'an claim(s) that the Jews believe that 3Uzair is the son of God (sic) and for this read Q9:30 and I'm sure that you will agree with me (and I'm sure that our dear Tim the "Jew" would also agree) that this is a false accusation. Now in the next sentence the author(s) of the Qur'an states that the Christians claim that Jesus is the son of God (more later) and that Allah regards this as being false.

Well if you and I have no reason to believe the accusation against the Jews (they regard 3Uzair as the son of God) and if the author(s) of the Qur'an made a mistake here there is no reason for me to believe that the author is correct here that Jesus is not the son of God. So I must conclude that jesus could very well be the son of God! Do you really understand what i just wrote? And do you know what is tafkeer 3aqli? Oh I forgot that you know no Arabic.

I care less if Jesus is the son of God or not what I'm here for is to expose the confused theology of Islam. A religion that is full of hate and without silly polemics there would be no Islam.

Does it ever make you wonder why do non-Muslims have great respect for let us say the Buddha but no respect for Muhammad or for Islam? Why is that?

But to add insult to injury: could you define the Trinity for me our dear Truth Lives the theologian?

Stay tuned for more. And you did ask for it.


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