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In the first link it reveals that "dhimmi no more" is poor in reasoning!

Reader comment on item: Is Allah God? - Continued
in response to reader comment: For Sohail (Rabina Yusahil Alihu) and Jesus in the Qur'an!

Submitted by Hassan Pierre (Philippines), Apr 17, 2007 at 09:46

"dhimmi no more" invited me to read HQ3:49 and 4:157-158 in which according to him proved that Jesus is both God and a rasul.

HQ3:49 says that Jesus authority in doing miracles is just in accordance of Allah's leave or permission which means Jesus power or authority is not actually his own but from Allah! The verse never says or proved that Jesus is God but only the contrary, that is Jesus is not God but a messenger of God! HQ4:157-158 just says that Allah saved Jesus from the plot of his enemies to kill him and the one being crucified was not Jesus but another person. Again it never says that Jesus is God. Poor reasoning indeed!

He even says that Jesus is both rasul and God. Is dhimmi no more ignorant of the fact that rasul means messenger of God? So how come a messenger of God be also God at the same time? dhimmi no more has two gods? one is the God who sent the rasul and the second god is the rasul himself who is sent by the first god????? Only pagans have more than one god, perhaps the religion of "dhmimi no more" is paganism....I do not have time to discuss with pagans!


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