Well MUQ i always found the prophet PBUH to be to self-engrossed.<quoted text>
1. If there is any other scripture in the world that can match even the weakest of Hadith in authenticity and accuracy and cross checking please present it before us.
In Islam no one has power to pardon a wrong act done, except Allah.
So if any Muslim has done any wrong act or killed an innocent man, women or child, he or she has to give their account before Allah on the last day.
If there was no last day and life on this world was the end of everything, then what you say could be right , but it is not so my dear.
Honor of our prophet is of extreme importance to us, but we should not kill any innocent man or women or child defending it and should not damage some innocent man’ property.
2. The race here is not as we use in racism…..it is a race as a competition as to who is the quickest to do the good deed.
I use Abdullah Yousuf Ali’s translation with modern English to replace Thou, Thee etc and Using Allah in place of God.
Honour to him and not to allah.
Furthermore i learned that the old meaning of apostle used to be general.
A prophet is to further and teach what his god is about.
If moses is the keeper of the book of Allah, then how on earth could we end up in such a mess.
Some unfinished business. The Who's Allah thread went to hell.
Enough of the christianity bashing, since that is what it comes down to.
Jesus in the Koran is a kaleidoscope of different personalities derived mainly from the writings of early Christian heretics. His identity ranges from being a part of the Spirit of Allah and His word who is supported by the Holy Spirit to being merely a prophet not unlike Noah or Jonah. The former persona was reinforced by tales of Him speaking in the cradle, creating birds from mud as a child and raising the dead as well as running the Judgement Day. So Muslims have a wide range of personalities to choose from when defining Issa and the choice would be the one they think will serve their purpose.
So it seems they do not know who or what jesus is.
So was dr. Elsaie right in supposing that the veil overlayed judas.??
Nor did i get an answer of what surah and ayat make the story of Asma weak fiqh, and under what law-school.??
And the other question is how do they know what faith Adam had and what he tought his kids.??
And let's add 66: 11-13...is that a case of actual use of the plural and referring to a former trinitarian idea, thus christianity or even Elohyim (plural)or plural gods, since all prophets were meant for their own time and place.??
Following, why would they call themselves an abrahamic faith (they make the distinction in the quraan between themselves and the hanief of Abraham. maybe BMZ missed that)since that would not leave each prophet in his own time and season.?