Abu Barza reported that Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) sent a person to a tribe amongst the tribes of Arabia. They reviled him and beat him. He came to Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) and narrated to him (the story of atrocities perpetrated upon him by the people of the tribe). Thereupon he (the Holy Prophet) said:
If you were to come to the people of ‘Oman, they would have neither reviled you nor beaten you.
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10 responses to “Genesis chapter 3 separates Islam and Christianity.”
I do find it interesting that you object to the same Bible your god, your prophet, and your Qur’an declare the inspired Word of God. Perhaps we could dialogue on this and clear up some misconceptions?
On your blog you have stated things such as:
“There are only two things we do with terrorists, and neither negotiating nor diplomacy are on that list! Either sneak missionaries and Bibles into their country in an effort to bring down the Islamic Republic from the inside, or hit them with overwhelming force. Ignoring them will not work, that is how we lost the twin towers on 9-11. Diplomacy will not work, I direct you back to their stated mission. We can either subvert them or send them to Allah. That strikes me as being rather a bit uncomplicated.”
You do not seem like some one interested in learning. You are revealed. May Allah (swt) guide you to the truth.
You misunderstand me. I’m very interested in learning, so much so that I’ve dedicated years of my life to studying Islam, Judaism, Mormonism, and various other belief systems. What I’ve learned from that study has only served to strengthen and deepen my faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.
To address the post you quoted, that was a rant about the words used by a government spokesman regarding the relationship between the US and the Taliban. If you read that far and went no further, then you missed the posts that weren’t rants, but rather detailed analyses of the theological positions related to Islam, Judaism, Mormonism, etc. Based on this, I might venture to suggest that I’m not the one who isn’t interested in learning. May the Holy Spirit open your heart and mind to Jesus Christ, the Way, the Truth, and the Life.
I’ll let the readers be the judge based upon your statements. Not once did you interact with any material on the post. You simply wanted to divert -which is a tactic you militant Christians use to divert from the topic at hand.
If you want to know about the Qur’an position on the previous revelation there was a post up that you could have commented there, but opted not to.
At least I will assume you are a conservative, that is one saving grace. Praise be to Allah.
Yes, Jesus is the way, but Allah is the goal! Take good care of yourself!
My choice of words in my initial comment were intended to be a general commentary on the whole post. If you take exception to my decision to take that route, I don’t know what else to tell you. I was attempting to keep my comment short for time and space. That is also why I left the option of dialogue open, so that we may take the time to go into further detail and hash things out. If that is not something you desire, I completely understand. If you’re interested, I am more than willing to discuss things further. I may be “militant”, but I’m also a gentleman. Your call.
It is not my call. You are the one who came to me and commented on this site. You claim that you have studied Islam. So your objectives are either one of two things. . 1) “hash things out” means to debate. Which I do not get caught up in constant back and forth online. With Christians, Atheist or Muslims from other schools. My articles are up on the Christianity. You may take a look at them. Or the So I say this to you. If you are truly at peace with your theology and your faith than I say unto you , “Go in peace.” However, if you are interested to learn more about Islam I would encourage you to go to your local Masjid (Mosque). Would you be interested in having a meal with Muslims? Going to a mosque and observing how they pray?
To hash things out means to discuss, to learn, and if necessary, to debate. I’m interested in all of that. I may take the time to read your posts on Christianity. At the same time, I encourage you to visit my site and do the same for me. Fair is fair.
With all due respect you came to me. I did not seek you out. I have no interest to visit your site. So there is no “fair is fair.” I am not seeking. I am at peace. Al hamdulillah. Again I would encourage you to visit a local masjid (mosque) and interact with Muslims directly, have a meal with them. Stay safe. Peace be unto you.
Suit yourself. May the Lord bless you with understanding and may He open your eyes.
“For indeed it is not the eyes that are blinded; it is rather the hearts in the breasts that are rendered blind.” ( Quran 22:46)