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As for what you call inconsistencies I said back in the early pages of the thread, sharia law was never mentioned in the quran. Commandments such as fasting, praying, and charity are not considered sharia they are considered requirements of faith. Sharia is a form of governance derived mostly from the sunnah of the Prophet which has been twisted shaken and turned countless times throughout history, which is why it's not solid. Why should I follow sharia, which is the alleged laws of God in governing the land when I've read the Qur'an numerous times and have never read anything about sharia. As you claim to as well, I'm 100% sure you never read anything about sharia.
Originally posted by My.mind.is.mine
reply to post by projectvxn
A surah and a chapter are the same thing. So no, you've posted complete Ayahs, but not complete Surahs...
Noun S: (n) shariah, shariah law, sharia, sharia law, Islamic law (the code of law derived from the Koran and from the teachings and example of Mohammed) "sharia is only applicable to Muslims"; "under Islamic law there is no separation of church and state"
Originally posted by Ellen15
Originally posted by Sky watcher
If you could read the book that was written before yours you would see that Jesus is a human form of God sent to us on earth because Humans can not look at God in his normal form. His face is as bright as the sun.
What year was the Bible written?
What year was the Quran written?