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Read The Scriptures Objectively

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on August 21, 2001 20:17:29 UTC

You see one should read the scriptures objectively (if I may recommend this), in light of the Love of God (our creator), and not just subjectively in light of man's own self-condemnation through greed and envy. For Example deductive reasoning and additional research leads one to see that Jesus addressed the Pharisees, not because they did not know the laws of God, or because they were evil beings, but because they had lost the way to apply the law(s) or commandments of God in every day life and they had lost the true direction of the original Pharisee who seek God because he or she knew there was only one God! This is the purpose of a messenger sent by God: namely, to re-establish the direction to those who have lost the way to God. Jesus rebuked not the Human Pharisee (for he loved them as he would his own neighbor) but the actions or inactions of the Human Pharisee.

Allah willing, I will soon send you some references. I try to read my scriptures such that the end result will be good for the sons of Adam.

As ever humble


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