Discussion in 'Religion & Philosophy' started by Moshty, Sep 28, 2019.
You think god told the Jews to wear them so they'd get lice?
I prefer secure sites that can't be edited by anyone.
Unless you're smart enough to follow the references.
Not the original. The story of Abraham in the Quran is hundreds of years AFTER the Scriptures in the Old Testament. God doesn't change his Word. The Quran is a fraud.
Smart people don't use unsecure sites that can be edited by anyone.
God loves all of his creations including lice.
Muslims accept Abraham as the Father of both the Arabs and the Jews.
Abraham was not a Jew, nor a Christian, nor a Muslim.
I know, and that's true. However, that doesn't make Islam an "Abrahamic religion".
Abraham was the first Jew. He made a Covenant with God.
Most ethnologists and historians agree that the Jews are descendants of one of the Arab tribes that broke off. I believe they are mentioned as a separate grouping in very old Egyptian references but am not entirely sure of that
AFAIK of Allah he was one of several gods who were worshipped at Mecca before Muhammad came along and he was the patron of Muhammad's family. Muhammad appropriated most of the stories in the OT as part of his campaign to make Allah the only God. Islam is therefore an "Abrahamic" religion but only peripherally in comparison to Jews and Christians.
My own feeling about religious garb is that the only acceptable kind is being Sky Clad. One should stand before their Creator as he made them and nothing should come between a man and his God . This is one of several reasons I no longer attend my Parish's services.
Nope. The tribe of Judah did not yet exist.
Men may consider Abraham to be the first Jew, but that does not make it so.
Adam and Noah also made covenants with God.
The Covenants God made with Adam and Noah were about redemption and judgment. The covenant with Abraham was about a Nation. Of course there was no tribe of Judah. You can't have a tribe of Judah without a Nation of Jews first.
Unless of course, the bible story is largely made up since it was written neither by a prophet nor a messenger.
Unless they're smart enough to follow the references..
Wrong Genesis was written by Moses. You're out of your league here, pal.
If you say so, but the Hebrews were not called Jews until after the dispersion of the ten lost tribes.
References that can be put there by anyone.
Whatever. Abraham was the first Hebrew, Jew, whatever you want to call him.
I don't see your source as credible. The author seems to be promoting an anti-Islam narrative focused on our fears of some kind of Muslim conquest. The claims made are based on cherry-picked examples taken out of historical context while ignoring examples that contradict the author's conclusions. His attempts to separate Islam from the trinity of "Abrahamic" beliefs is more of a justification for going to war with Muslims.
And can be checked out by anyone. The comments on the pages are interpretations of the writers based on the sources linked. It pays to check out the sources.
Bertrand Russell tells a story about a nun who wore a bath rove while bathing. When asked why she did this as no one was present in the bath room, the nun replied:
"But you forget the good God."
Russell comments: apparently this nun thought of God as a Peeping Tom who can easily see through bath room walls but is foiled by a bath robe.
LOLOL.. I never said it had anything to do with Muhammed. Where did you come up with that?
Of course it's anti zi
Now you're trolling.
No.. You're just mistaken. There is no mention of Muhammed in the Bible and no mention of Jesus in the Old Testament.
Abraham was NOT a Jew.. He was a "friend of God".
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