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Remain doubtful. There is no absolute truth - and even that might not even be true
originally posted by: wizdumb1986
a reply to: gps777
Damn I actually really liked the film
So it's all a lie?!
originally posted by: Cancerwarrior
a reply to: Zcustosmorum
They'll have a job beating the Zionists and right wing Christian lunatics
Right, because it is the Christians going around condoning sex slavery, beatings, beheadings, destroying archeaology and terrorist attacks. Oh wait, no it isn't.....
Millions of Christians live in the middle east, so why is it that every time you hear of a terrorist attack, they are always followers of Mohammed?
originally posted by: Miracula2
originally posted by: yuppa
a reply to: Miracula2
The OT parts of th e bible were written before Jesus so...... you arent totally correct.
From a Trinitarian point of view that all three are One god, then the Old Testament words of God were inspired by One and the same.
Second, the Word says that if a man's words come to pass then he is a prophet. Doesn't matter if his prophecies relate to predictions of curses or blessings related to the conduct of a people a prophet is counseling. So, the Fatima prediction that Mohammed uttered in regards to his daughter passing after him are indeed prophecy.
If Jesus required a prophet to be speaking about a peoples conduct, obedience versus disobedience, then Jesus would have required a prophet to prophecy only in regards to obedience or disobedience of Gods people, not the successful prophesying of death of a prophets family members.