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I Would Like A Muslim's Point Of View

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Posted by Chris Duncan on September 18, 2002 20:22:04 UTC

(1)Can you tell me where in the Quran that these terrorists(I would like someone to name three predominately Muslim countries that treat women as equals to men...or share any of our(predominately non-Muslim countries) moral codes on how the government treats women) get the passages(whatever you call them) so mixed up or misinterpreted to such a point that they do what they do?

(2)You, or your brother of the Muslim faith, once posted that the Torah was the Old Testament, and the Quran is the New Testament. Why do you not have your Old and New Testaments together in the same book? Isn't that like throwing away the parts you don't like?

(3)If your Quran is the New Testament, then what is our New Testament? Are you implying that our New Testament is wrong or somewhere fundamentally incorrect?

(4)If you do believe that the Christian New Testament is wrong, does that mean you think Christians go to hell?

(5)Is it literally meant when the phrase "70 virgins in paradise"?

I would seriously like that, but Jesus taught us not to let materialistic things control us(I am not saying that I have followed that very well) and #5 sounds pretty materialistic...

Warm Regards,


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