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JOEL

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Jan 9, 2013
 
Gtown71 wrote:
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I had peace. A piece that passes all understanding.
So, what is the root mechanism of peace? How does it relate to terrestrial matter?

How does the peace of say the 18th plane of consciousness differ from the peace of the 12th plane? Any idea? Even that lunatic Jesus would not know the answer, understand?
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Jan 9, 2013
 
TANAKH VERSUS NT:

The NT should not be interpreted through the myopic lens of the Tanakh. Both preach quite different core philosophies. NT, in many critical parts, can be and should be evaluated in the light of the exalted monism taught by the Vedanta and Buddhism.
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Jan 9, 2013
 
However, the philosophy preached by the Vedanta, Buddhism and NT are limited and incomplete.
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#46781
Jan 9, 2013
 
El, YHVH, Allah, Krishna and Jesus are sectarian and limited beings.
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Who prophesied about Jesus? LOL.
Moses, David, Isaiah and Micah to name a few.
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Moses, David, Isaiah and Micah to name a few.
The observant Jews and Seaside Soon on this thread have disputed this claim and shown it to be wrong - The Christian claim is a case of deliberate and faulty translations/misinterpretation s. In my readings, too, I've not found any direct reference to either Jesus or Muhammad in the Tanakh or in any other scripture that pre-dates these bogus prophets.
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Jan 9, 2013
 
Poor Jesus came to save the world but he couldn't save himself. The world is in a bigger mess due to his advent. LOL.
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Jan 9, 2013
 
ROFL. (smiles)
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Jan 9, 2013
 
Bye, BONOBO.

(smiles)

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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Jan 9, 2013
 
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Moses, David, Isaiah and Micah to name a few.
yeah, right.

not.

Please stay in your own backyard
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Living aside the pseudo miracle of the milk... You started by saying which "swords" your prophet used against his enemies, but end up by telling the story of Muhammad feeding a foodless person named Abu Hurirah.
You went out the theme you started.
You did not read the opening statement before each story? That is the problem with you people.

Our prophet had "So many Swords" with him, the Sword of Steel was one of them, which he used rarely!!

Just wait, I will also provide instances where he did use the "Sword of Steel"!!

Just let me list so many cases where he could "kill" people without having to use his sword of steel!!
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Which “Sword” the Prophet Used against his enemies: Part-35

Enemies of Islam represent our prophet as a very cruel and blood thirsty man, who would kill his “opponents, enemies and any one who disagreed with him” at “the drop of hat” and all his adversaries would be “terrified” at the mere sight of him.

The picture is far from true, let us look at some incidents from the life of prophet, as what was “this sword which killed the enmity for ever”

The Case of : SUWAID BIN SAMIT OF MEDINA

SUWAID BIN SAMIT was a resident of Madina and was one of the recognized poet of the city. He was titled as “perfect” by people of his city and he was memorizing most of the Words of Wisdom of LUQMAN HAKEEM, well known wise man of ancient Arabia.

This incident dates when the prophet was in Makkah and was preaching there. Once SUWAID BIN SAMIT went to Makkah to perform ritual of HAJJ or UMRAH. People went out to meet him and greet him. Prophet also met him and told about his mission and that Allah has sent His revelation thru him.

“May be it is something like wisdom of LUQMAN” said SUWAID BIN SAMIT. Prophet asked him to recite some verses from that wisdom.

For a long time SUWAID BIN SAMIT kept on reciting and prophet went on listening. When he was finished, prophet told him that indeed this is very good, but what Prophet has, was Word of God and light and guidance for humankind.

SUWAID BIN SAMIT asked prophet what it was, Prophet recited some portion of Quran. He was very much impressed and said that “indeed it is a very good thing and incomparable”

After that he. Returned to Madina, but he was soon killed by some one in a local dispute. People say that he had become muslim, but did not declare his faith.

Such was SUWAID BIN SAMIT who was fatally injured by the “Sword of Quran and patience” which prophet wielded!

Source: Companions of Prophet: by Talib Hashmi
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JOEL wrote:
TANAKH VERSUS NT:
The NT should not be interpreted through the myopic lens of the Tanakh. Both preach quite different core philosophies. NT, in many critical parts, can be and should be evaluated in the light of the exalted monism taught by the Vedanta and Buddhism.
O Great false yogi, NT starts AFTER TANAKH is finished!! Do you not have even Basic Knowledge of Jewish and Christian Scriptures?

And you pass on your "judgments" on Jesus, Moses, Abraham and Noah!!
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pipsqueak.
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JOEL wrote:
Poor Jesus came to save the world but he couldn't save himself. The world is in a bigger mess due to his advent. LOL.
He could have easily saved Himself, if His only concern was what this world think, as you do.
I geuss your one of them who is still waiting for a messaiah of your own choosing?
Or perhaps since you know, not only many big words, but a whole lot of other usless info, then maybe you believe you are god?
You are only repeating what your Jewish ansestors said years ago -He saved others, let Him save Himself.
If I could have the power to save others, then "I " would be a cake walk.

Do you believe in any god? Or is your faith and trust in evolution, which takes even greater faith to believe in?

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MUQ wrote:
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You did not read the opening statement before each story? That is the problem with you people.
Our prophet had "So many Swords" with him, the Sword of Steel was one of them, which he used rarely!!
Just wait, I will also provide instances where he did use the "Sword of Steel"!!
Just let me list so many cases where he could "kill" people without having to use his sword of steel!!
Yes I read the opening statement before each post. That of yesterday said this:

Which “Sword” the Prophet Used against his enemies: Part-34

Enemies of Islam represent our prophet as a very cruel and blood thirsty man, who would kill his “opponents, enemies and any one who disagreed with him” at “the drop of hat” and all his adversaries would be “terrified” at the mere sight of him.
The picture is far from true, let us look at some incidents from the life of prophet, as what was “this sword which killed the enmity for ever”

The Case of : ABU HURIRAH AND PEOPLE OF SUFFAH"

Abu Hurirah in no way was enemy or an opponent of your prophet. Thus you went off topic.

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MUQ wrote:
Which “Sword” the Prophet Used against his enemies: Part-35
Enemies of Islam represent our prophet as a very cruel and blood thirsty man, who would kill his “opponents, enemies and any one who disagreed with him” at “the drop of hat” and all his adversaries would be “terrified” at the mere sight of him.
The picture is far from true, let us look at some incidents from the life of prophet, as what was “this sword which killed the enmity for ever”
The Case of : SUWAID BIN SAMIT OF MEDINA
SUWAID BIN SAMIT was a resident of Madina and was one of the recognized poet of the city. He was titled as “perfect” by people of his city and he was memorizing most of the Words of Wisdom of LUQMAN HAKEEM, well known wise man of ancient Arabia.
This incident dates when the prophet was in Makkah and was preaching there. Once SUWAID BIN SAMIT went to Makkah to perform ritual of HAJJ or UMRAH. People went out to meet him and greet him. Prophet also met him and told about his mission and that Allah has sent His revelation thru him.
“May be it is something like wisdom of LUQMAN” said SUWAID BIN SAMIT. Prophet asked him to recite some verses from that wisdom.
For a long time SUWAID BIN SAMIT kept on reciting and prophet went on listening. When he was finished, prophet told him that indeed this is very good, but what Prophet has, was Word of God and light and guidance for humankind.
SUWAID BIN SAMIT asked prophet what it was, Prophet recited some portion of Quran. He was very much impressed and said that “indeed it is a very good thing and incomparable”
After that he. Returned to Madina, but he was soon killed by some one in a local dispute. People say that he had become muslim, but did not declare his faith.
Such was SUWAID BIN SAMIT who was fatally injured by the “Sword of Quran and patience” which prophet wielded!
Source: Companions of Prophet: by Talib Hashmi
Also here the title talk about enemies and so is the intro, but the whole topic talk about a poet who was not hostile at all to Muhammad.

Furthermore this story appear as a fabrication.

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Do you believe in any god? Or is your faith and trust in evolution, which takes even greater faith to believe in?
Pet peeve of mine. It hardly takes faith to follow the evidence. Stick to the topics you know best, and leave science to those that actually understand it.
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Pet peeve of mine. It hardly takes faith to follow the evidence. Stick to the topics you know best, and leave science to those that actually understand it.
I will be the first to say I'm no scientist, but not sure what evidence they have that proves anything.
Lucy was and is a lie, yet still in the museums and books, and the only basic thing of evolution to ever be seen is when you take two different animals of the same kind and breed them, you get a variation of that kind of animal.
Perhaps you can educate me?

I do know 100%, that I was awaken one night by "a force ",and after yeilding to this force, my life was forever changed. Not sure if evolution can exolain that or not. Even if the cursing, drinking, lying, and other stuff went away, I could've been told, that I had my mind clear of all things, and that's the reason I didn't need those anymore, but still didn't explain why, for the first time in my life, I had a strong desire to read the bible, pray, and watch preaching for many hours at a time.
To also find others like me -who was not raised up in religion, yet they to had a great change, and they to give the credit to Jesus Christ.

Before that night, I didn't really know how all was created. I now fully believe God.
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Jan 10, 2013
 
Isn't it funny that ho-mo people have hom-o thoughts? and gay people act gay? I thought it's kinda funny because a f-ag has fa-ggity thoughts all day. They just can't stop being a qu-eer? Wow. Go figure!

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