Originally Posted by knowcheeze
Sura 57=Allah is the hidden and manifest
he prayed to the Father
this is irrefutable and shows he is not Almighty God...not to mention Genesis 6:2 and Job 1:6 use the term Sons of God...not to mention the dead sea scrolls show that "Sons of God" was replaced by "Sons of ISreal"....cee thats why the religious text was corrupted...to hide "Sons of God" which completely blows the so called christians whole "Jesus is gods on begotten son" out of the water.....at sum point certain people claiming to be Jews, Christians and Muslims had to sweep under the rug the fact that the God of their scripture in his manifest form is a black man according to the text but om digressing
"Matthew 19:17 "Why do you ask me about what is good?" Jesus replied. "There is only One who is good. If you want to enter life, obey the commandments."
lol.......why do you ask ME about what is good....he is clearly making a separation beetween himself and God......
Yashua said PETER IS THE ROCK UPON my church shall be founded and Peter cut off the roman soldiers ear.....lol....sounds similar to Muhammad battling the MEccans with his sword
theres certain verses that irrefutiably prove the christian missionary wrong....learn them....its quite entertaining
uh, Yashua was The Sun/Son AND The Father. he prayed to gain k.o.s. [knowledge of self].
look, yes God is The Christ. God's begotten son is Abel, who then was David, who then was Yashua.
and there is no seperation of The Father from The Sun/Son.
and look, Christ [Gabriel] was closing on Simon Peter, who was Cain, by declaring that S.P. is the rock upon which The Christ would build his church. it's as in the rock that slew Abel, since S.P. denied Christ.
the profit Muhammad of the Qu'ran though, I identified him as Jacob/Jacub who became Israel. Simon Peter is a chump. his response to book of john verse 21:15/16 [phileo] was Phuck Philly, yo. David already said "I sit at a table amongst my enemies" in the book of psalms. reminded me of the scenario of the last supper. no cheese, this ain't to amuse...