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sijo, India - wrote on 12/23/2004 4:32:22 AM
Comment:I read your 10 points. I respect Islam but rejected its teachings. You wrote that Lord Jesus was created like Adam. But you forgot that in the case of Adam, God has no other way as Adam was the first human being on earth. But what about Lord Jesus. If God needed ONLY a prophet, He could simply create Jesus as any other man and could reveal Injil to Him as He had done to Moses and David. But God SENT Jesus with a divine birth. Why? Like that, I have refutations against each and every line in quran. Do you know the pre-islamic titles of allah? It was a pagan arabian moon god worshipped by pagan arabs in pre-islamic arabia. As regarding Allah in Arabic Bible, you must understand the exegesis of Holy Bible and how translations have been made. Please don't beat around the bush.
Lord Jesus is ALIVE ....
"Prophet" Muhammed is DEAD and may he rest in Christ's peace ...
MARANATHA, LORD JESUS come fast. We sinned multitudes are eagerly waiting for your glorious return.
Alhaji Ibrahim Lawal, Abuja, Nigeria - wrote on 12/21/2004 6:06:04 AM
Comment:this piece is not only very educative but highly expository and enlightening. It is hoped that both Islamic and Christian fundamentalist and hypercritics would have been more educated and enlightened by this piece. Jazakum LLah Hairan and merry Ed-El-Kabir in advance
rick, toronto - wrote on 3/1/2004 8:17:20 PM
Comment:As a Christian, I become more interested in islam as time went on. When my friend told me about the Quran and hadiths, she pointed out how much Prophet Muhammad loves Jesus and that Jesus is given exquisite titles. End result. I now worship one God, and I love Muhammad because he brought the final message and he loves and glorifies Jesus. No Christian can take acception to anything in the Quran. For Jesus is honored and revered throught this noble book. Glory be unto God.
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I beg of you good that lies in this night and good that follows it, and I seek refuge in You from the evil that lies in this night and from the evil of that which follows it. My Rubb! I seek refuge in You from lethargy and the misery of old age. O Allah! I seek Your Protection from the torment of Hell-fire and the punishment of the grave.