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  • #76
    Originally posted by Apple7 View Post
    The 'Power of God' is The Third Person of The Trinity.
    Muslims believe that God is One God. The Jews gave us the idea that God is all-powerful and singular.

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    • #77
      Originally posted by glorydaz View Post
      You find it humorous to accuse Jesus Christ of sin?

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      • #78
        Originally posted by aikido7 View Post
        Is that a yes?


        Maybe I misunderstood you?


        Which one do you choose?

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        • #79
          Originally posted by aikido7 View Post
          Muslims believe that God is One God. The Jews gave us the idea that God is all-powerful and singular.
          Moses was Trinitarian.

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          • #80
            I found out in 2001 that over 90 percent of Muslims disapproved of the attacks, while only 7 percent approved.
            And the 90-plus percent disapproved on religious grounds—that is, because of Islam.

            Most of the others approved on political grounds because of things like resentment of colonial powers in their land.

            Like Christians, Muslims felt uncomfortable when rocket and machine gun bases were built on the property of churches.

            The U.S. knew this early on and Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld ordered the bases near Mecca were to be destroyed. If I remember right, the story was a small article on the last page of the NYT.

            George Bush’s order to let Muslims escape from America a day after 9/11. At the time, all U.S. aircraft were forbidden to fly.

            Few people I talked to knew about the Gallup survey and the escape plot by our president.

            Strange, huh?

            That’s about when I decided to read the Qu’ran.
            I’m glad I did.
            I was waaay ahead of the terror fables mentioned by the news media.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by glorydaz View Post
              Is that a yes?


              Maybe I misunderstood you?


              Which one do you choose?
              I am amused by the arrogance and ignorance of your question.

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              • #82
                Originally posted by aikido7 View Post
                I found out in 2001 that over 90 percent of Muslims disapproved of the attacks, while only 7 percent approved.
                7% of 1.8 Billion is still 126 million.

                No small number...

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by aikido7 View Post
                  I am amused by the arrogance and ignorance of your question.

                  Ah, so it's arrogant and ignorant to ask why you accuse our Lord Jesus Christ of sin.

                  You're looking to be a bit of a ninny, aren't you?
                  2 Corinthians 5:21 For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him.

                  The baptizer did not wash away Jesus' sin.

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by aikido7 View Post
                    Muslims believe that God is One God. The Jews gave us the idea that God is all-powerful and singular.

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                    • #85
                      I have to disagree. If there is anything in the Bible from Noah where he says “I am a Trinitarian,” then I have to say I don’t understand what you are trying to do.
                      It seems to me you are taking a modern concept and then trying to retro-fit it back in an ancient culture.

                      There are many, many metaphors for God named in the Bible. He is a rock, a fire, a storm, an old woman giving birth, a spring in the desert, an eagle, a potter, a mountain and scores of other terms.

                      But I must say that Moses was not a theologian. He did not know the word, which was invented by Christian theologians centuries after Moses died.

                      Moses did not “believe” in God.
                      He knew God.

                      Even the Ten Commandments said nothing about a triune God.

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by glorydaz View Post
                        It would be great if we could go back to high school and NOT fall asleep in history class!

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by aikido7 View Post
                          It would be great if we could go back to high school and NOT fall asleep in history class!
                          Well, you can't go back, and you're stuck here being asked a question you can't seem to answer. You shouldn't make claims that can't be proven from the Scripture. Else you are merely sounding brass....which is really quite annoying.

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by aikido7 View Post
                            I found out in 2001 that over 90 percent of Muslims disapproved of the attacks, while only 7 percent approved.
                            And the 90-plus percent disapproved on religious grounds—that is, because of Islam.

                            Most of the others approved on political grounds because of things like resentment of colonial powers in their land.

                            Like Christians, Muslims felt uncomfortable when rocket and machine gun bases were built on the property of churches.

                            The U.S. knew this early on and Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld ordered the bases near Mecca were to be destroyed. If I remember right, the story was a small article on the last page of the NYT.

                            George Bush’s order to let Muslims escape from America a day after 9/11. At the time, all U.S. aircraft were forbidden to fly.

                            Few people I talked to knew about the Gallup survey and the escape plot by our president.

                            Strange, huh?

                            That’s about when I decided to read the Qu’ran.
                            I’m glad I did.
                            I was waaay ahead of the terror fables mentioned by the news media.
                            Do you realize just what 7% of 2 Billion 140,000,000 people who believe in the bad side of ISLAM (if it has a good side). That is roughly 1/2 the size of the U.S. No good can come to any nation with only a part of that number of variants.(terrorist)

                            Blade

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by Apple7 View Post
                              7% of 1.8 Billion is still 126 million.

                              No small number...
                              Be afraid.

                              Hitler showed films of Jews as a horde of rats running down the street between movies at the theater.
                              Japanese soldiers were depicted as buck-tooth, glasses-wearing savages in Army recruitment posters.
                              Christian militias in Africa that slaughtered innocent Muslim families were well-known during the last decade.

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                              • #90
                                Originally posted by Bladerunner View Post
                                Do you realize just what 7% of 2 Billion 140,000,000 people who believe in the bad side of ISLAM (if it has a good side). That is roughly 1/2 the size of the U.S. No good can come to any nation with only a part of that number of variants.(terrorist)

                                Blade
                                Muslims were the first to help raise money for two Jewish cemeteries that were destroyed by hate crimes in both St. Louis and Philadelphia. Using two online sites, the Muslim raised about $60,000 in a matter of hours.

                                After 9/11, hundreds of Iranians in Tehran took to the street with lighted candles in support of America.

                                Of all religions, it is Islam that gives the most to charity.

                                "When Donald Trump believes a terrorist attack by Muslim extremists has taken place, he rarely hesitates before speaking out about it — often regardless of whether authorities have even begun to investigate what actually took place. But when it comes to anti-Muslim hate crimes, Trump’s reactions are often halfhearted, delayed, or nonexistent."

                                https://www.vox.com/world/2017/6/6/1...terror-twitter

                                Follow the leader. He says he’s a “stable genius."

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