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The Qur'an Is The Last Testament

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on September 18, 2002 23:59:47 UTC

(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?
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My Reply:
All the books were little books revealed as man was seeking answers to questions that it had lost from his memory bank. The Qur'an Is the Last Testament, The Bible is the New Testament, and the Torah is part of the Old Testament. These books were separately revealed and they should have remained as separate books in a library of books. The binding of the books together is of the doing of the more contemporary theologians etc.

I hope this helps.

With love and much understanding,
Jisbond

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