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    Re: Good news, I suppose...

    I guess we need to start putting some work in to reclaim our spot.

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    Re: Good news, I suppose...

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePaganMafia View Post
    I guess we need to start putting some work in to reclaim our spot.
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    Re: Good news, I suppose...

    Makes sense, Muslims are almost Atheists anyways. Muslims, just like Atheists, believe there is no god














    except Allah.
    Do they not, then, ponder about the Qur‘an? Had it been from someone other than Allah, they would have found in it much discrepancy. [4:82]

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    Yeh,yeh D,I Saw that little bottom note. Is Allah the same as Jehovah(sp) is a name for the Hebrews? Lot of god names out there....Kali,and Shiva,and what ever the name is for whatever the Scientology people might use for a god name.

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    Re: Good news, I suppose...

    Allah is the Arabic word for God. Arab speaking Christians and Jews use it. For example, Christians say Jesus the son of Allah, in Arabic. If you open an Arabic Old Testament, the very first verse reads, In the beginning Allah created the heavens and the earth.

    I'm no science man nor historian, but as far as I know I don't think Jesus spoke English, he probably used a word very similar to Allah when speaking about God in his native tongue, as far as I know he referred to God as Eloh.
    Do they not, then, ponder about the Qur‘an? Had it been from someone other than Allah, they would have found in it much discrepancy. [4:82]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dumuzi View Post
    I'm no science man nor historian, but as far as I know I don't think Jesus spoke English, he probably used a word very similar to Allah when speaking about God in his native tongue, as far as I know he referred to God as Eloh.
    I thought this was interesting so I looked up the Aramaic word for "God." It's close to Eloh, but more like Alaha, or Al-Ilah. I'm not a philologist, but those pretty close to Allah to me. In Hebrew, it becomes Elohin.

    My Christian daughter has a Allah tatoo (the word "Allah," that is).
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