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Sorry, liberals. There's only 1 interpretation of Islam — Muhammad's

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 Malevolent    2,924

Brave one this..


This guy made an in-depth study of the contradictions within the teachings of Mohammed https://www.amazon.com/Questioning-Islam-Questions-Answers-Religion-ebook/dp/B00LBQ32SE 



Can Islam withstand critical scrutiny?

Many questions are currently being asked about the place of Islam in the modern world. Among these questions the most important one of all sometimes gets lost: Is Islam true? 

With his new book author Peter Townsend invites you to accompany him on a journey through the foundational texts of the Muslim religion. In the process the truth-claims of Islam will be respectfully, honestly and impartially evaluated. Along the way the following questions will be asked: 

Can the traditional Islamic historical accounts be trusted? 

Is the Qur'an a 'Perfect Book, Perfectly Preserved'? 

Was Muhammad indeed a 'Beautiful Pattern of Conduct'? 

The answers to these questions will not be sought from modern commentaries on Islam. InsteadQuestioning Islam goes straight to the classic sources of Islam namely the Qur'an, hadiths (traditions) and biographies of Muhammad. 

Questioning Islam is not an attempt to promote any other belief system or ideology. Its focus is simply on asking the hard questions about Islam that are all too often ignored or swept under the carpet. 

Simply put, if you have ever wondered whether the truth-claims of Islam can withstand critical scrutiny then this book is for you!



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 Malevolent    2,924

The infiltration into society is astounding...Even into the Christian church it seems....



The General Assembly of Presbyterian Church, USA (PCUSA) meets biennially in even-numbered years. It consists of commissioners elected by each of its 172 presbyteries. The GA is full of activities: sessions on hundreds of items of business, committee meetings, an exhibit hall, daily worship services, and mission tours sponsored by the Committee on Local Arrangements.

This year, PCUSA’s 222nd General Assembly was held on June 18-25, in Portland, Oregon.

Rachael Lee reports for Christianity Daily that General Assembly’s opening plenary session began with a Muslim, Wajidi Said of the Portland Muslim Community, offering a prayer to Allah, which had been arranged by the PCUSA’s Ecumenical and Interfaith ministry staff.

After reciting a chant in Arabic, Said said:

“Allah bless us and bless our families and bless our Lord. Lead us on the straight path – the path of all the prophets: Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad. Peace be upon them all, Amen.” <snip>


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