Have you, as a Christian , learned of Islam and if so, was it from the true Muslims?
There is only one lesson to learn about Islam: 9-11-2001. That lesson is that all Muslims are godless murdering bigots whose lies and hate are all straight out of hell.
Until you bigots repent of your evils, that is where all of you suicide bombing genocidal fools get to burn.
That is ALL we need to know, and that is where the facts all end.
I do know that Muslims have a wholehearted belief in God. And you and I have that in common. I mean this with no disrespect, as a Muslim , have you learned of the Book of God? From one that knows that lying and the worship of idols are wrong, that God is one, and that he is no part of a Trinity and his book says that.
As a true Christian I have learned the Bible. I have no need to learn anything about the false terrorist "religion" of Islam, as I have no need to learn anythying about any other brand of satanism. The Bible teaches that anyone who is not a true Christian is a satanist, and anything that is not Biblical is of satan.
We can all see how true this is with this latest Mooslim here, trying to spread lies and confusion.
Repent, you dirty Mooslim! Accept the Lord Jesus and be Saved! Or burn in Hell for eternity!
Bigots like Cooper, TR, and Physicalist are gonna find out real quick what hell is like.
Since 9/11 there has been several comprehensive studies and videos produced about Muslims and Islam. No, I did not learn from a Muslim. Since it is a part of a Muslim's duty to lie to infedels, that sort of discourages me from listening to a Muslim. History has some interesting revelations about Mohamed. I think the one true God is The God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob. The true God is A tri-un God.
Good reply, brother Arron!
Indeed, Islam is the worship of satan. Mooslims call satan "Allah" and pledge their allegiance to him. By their fruits that we know them.
I don't, but I have friends who are Muslims. Like us, they are devoted as well to their God named Allah. From a broader standpoint, I think it is just the words that make distinctions.
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