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    (Original post by Calmness)
    If you understood Christian and Jewish theology you would understand that the actual commandments, not the Ten commandments which are eternal (Read Psalm 111:7-8) were made specifically at a time when the people around the Israelites, the Babylonians, Egyptians, etc were corrupt and committing all sorts of nonsense and the laws he laid down specifically for the Jews for a specific point in time, not eternal, just to distinguish the Jews for the children of the devil, read Malachi 4:4
    which we as Christians are no longer under. Read Galatians 3:10-13 and Galatians 5:10-18
    The Egyptions and all were around 3000 BC whilst the human race is over 100,000 years old. Between Noah and the OT, these people had no savior.

    (Original post by Calmness)
    Yes, that pain was a result of God's judgment on Eve which was caused by her disobedience.
    Kinda messed how every woman has to go through this "punishment" though.

    (Original post by Calmness)
    How can you use Muhammed(MHRIH) inventing verses and dying the way allah said he would if he did as a reason it's divine?

    1 contradiction + 1 fact =/= Truth.

    1 fact + Another fact =/= Truth

    It's not about the Qur'an being divine, it's just a strange, strange coincidence.
    I wasn't. I was just saying you're walking on a dodgy slope. Don't see the point of you pointing out "strange coincidence".

    (Original post by Calmness)
    Forget about Ibn Kathir for a second. The commentary is irrelevant.
    No because usage of the verse fails since it's clearly not about the poison.

    (Original post by Calmness)
    A strong Christian theologian, I'm not going to put down his name before you claim he's a racist liar like all you muslims do.
    Lol David Wood?
    The battle of Khaybar took place (where the Jewish woman was from) in the year 628 whilst the prophet died in 632. 4 year difference.

    (Original post by Calmness)
    Well who knows? Maybe all the money he pilfered from other tribes allowed him to buy fruits that improved his immune system, the fact that other followers of Muhammed died because they trusted that nothing the false prophet will eat can kill them, oh how wrong they were.
    Lol "fruits" that kept him going for 16 months (really four years). Pointless speculation mate.


    (Original post by Calmness)
    You were the one that brought up if he killed her or not, not me. I have no business with what he did to the woman afterwards. Knowing False prophet muhammed he probably raped her first, then ordered her to die, but that's irrelevant.
    I was pointing out the unreliability of the quote you originally posted. With all these insults I'm wondering whether you really are a follower of Jesus. Does "Love thy neighbour" and "Forgive your enemies" mean nothing to you? Lol. Keep it up.

    (Original post by Calmness)
    So where does it say that Muhammed died from a sudden fever in that article, compared to how I showed you a hadith from Bukari where it was narrated that he died from the aliment of the lamb?
    I'm surprised you missed it:
    "A few months after the farewell pilgrimage, Muhammad fell ill and suffered for several days with fever, head pain, and weakness.[190] He died on Monday, 8 June 632..."
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    Radiohead should go away. Overrated.
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    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    The Egyptions and all were around 3000 BC whilst the human race is over 100,000 years old. Between Noah and the OT, these people had no savior.
    Rubbish as we are talking about Jewish scriptures here and according to Jewish writings, scholars and historians, the world is around only 6,000 years old and not a million as you believe it to be.

    Also here is a link of proof about how People from Adam's family including Adam himself were old enough to see Noah and his own Children, so they would just tell them stories of the Garden of eden and pass the story down from generation to generation, same goes for Noah's family to Abrah

    http://www.blogos.org/thetakeaway/kn...re-abraham.php

    Clearly you don't know what you're talking about.
    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    Kinda messed how every woman has to go through this "punishment" though.
    Blame eve and not God, as it was Eve who willingly disobeyed and ate of the fruit.

    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    I wasn't. I was just saying you're walking on a dodgy slope. Don't see the point of you pointing out "strange coincidence".
    I'm pointing out that the Qur'an can't be divine if Muhammed invented verses from it, it was probably a demon talking to him all along that promised to kill him the way he would if he invented anything. Far from divine.
    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    No because usage of the verse fails since it's clearly not about the poison.
    The commentary of the verse doesn't matter here, I'm just showing you Qur'anic scriptures predicting muhammed's death

    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    Lol David Wood?
    The battle of Khaybar took place (where the Jewish woman was from) in the year 628 whilst the prophet died in 632. 4 year difference.
    Nope, wasn't David wood, but keep trying as you're getting warmer.
    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    Lol "fruits" that kept him going for 16 months (really four years). Pointless speculation mate.
    The pain was excrutiating and very very painful as he complained about it at every chance, what a disgraceful way to die. Hardly what I would call "Kept him going"

    He was suffering till he died.

    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    I was pointing out the unreliability of the quote you originally posted. With all these insults I'm wondering whether you really are a follower of Jesus. Does "Love thy neighbour" and "Forgive your enemies" mean nothing to you? Lol. Keep it up.
    Unreliability of which quote? And oh please, I have No love for false prophets, none at all, so enough with the smears and the dribbling.
    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    I'm surprised you missed it:
    "A few months after the farewell pilgrimage, Muhammad fell ill and suffered for several days with fever, head pain, and weakness.[190] He died on Monday, 8 June 632..."

    So?

    All that states is that he fell ill before he died. The Hadith's provided show that he was complaining about it till he died and even one said that he DIED from it.

    Let me ask you, if a person with terminal cancer, falls ill through Malaria before they are dead, would you call the Malaria, the disease that killed him or the cancer?

    Exactly, so stop defending the indefensible. Muhammed died from the lamb.
 
 
 
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