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Are You Still A Muslim?

If you discount the 250-odd verses of the Koran (out of some 6000) that justify holy war, it certainly makes you a more thoughtful, tolerant person.

But does it still make you a Muslim?

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What beats me is the idea of a Muslim denouncing fellow Muslim authors as "deluded authors that lied in order to deceive"; and then trying to ridicule their own Prophet Jesus in the idea that they are getting back at Christians! I wonder why no Muslim has called the attention of their Muslim brother to that misanthrope behaviour.

What is the "right way" to set forth questions - especially the ones that some of your Muslim brethren have set theirs forth?

The same rule should apply across board; and I welcome that. I think that is something I have tried to maintain, so far as to ignore the petty "tit-for-tat" games by babs and still offer my questions. I haven't seen any answers yet to those questions.

Christians have also been confident in discussing Christianity.

I hope that same response could be applied to Muslims who have other agenda on their minds when they ask their questions about Jesus Christ and Christianity?

It is the element of sincerity that is seriously lacking in so many Muslim posts; that is why they have often called everyone else "ignorant fools" without even checking out the previous entries!

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some Questions do not  really merit an answer .tell me  if you guys call him  names all the time, how do you expect me to answer  to you, without further provocation?

no one said it is a crime, but the way you guys go about ur questioning is not the right way.

If half the queries  are done with less name calling and taunts, then a whole lot of muslims will reply  to you guys. there are lots of muslims here but some avoid this religion board because of the way you guys go on.

Muslims are also bold  to talk about Islam provided , it goes the right way.

if you were the ask me about Muhammad (saw) and you did so with all sincerity.

i will answer you. But if you do so with malicious comments, i'll simply ignore that and carry on .

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the funny thing is that islam more and more begins to look like a religion for automated robots who lack the ability to reason for themselves and make informed choices. That is what clearly delineates it from christianity. You can be preached to as a child by your parents but at the end of the day, the choice to follow Christ is your to make.

Have you ever stopped to ask why you were told as a kid to ignore those who raise questions about the prophet? Is it a crime to study more closely the life of the one person that holds the keys to the lives of millions in this life and in the hereafter?

Have you ever wondered why Christians are bold to talk about their saviour and Lord while muslims either cower in painful silence or react violently anytime their prophet is mentioned?

What really does it mean that you should "say exactly what you should say" when you are questioned about islam? Are there specified answers for certain questions that you must give?

Why can you reply when it comes to islam but forced to maintain silence on the part of mohammed? Is it possible to separate mohammed from islam? Have you ever wondered if there is something to hide siince you are bound by a code of silence when it comes to your prophet neither are you allowed to see what he looked like?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to think outside the box and not merely following the crowd?

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yep am muslim and incha Allah my grandchildrens will be too.

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@ Mukina2

What are you giving up? It's not like you've been trying to help us see the "truth" from your point of view. all you've done is use childish attempts at lame humor to dribble your way out of tricky situations that should prick a normal individual with the slightest ability to reason.

What we say is not directly aimed at you. You are absolutely free to remain a muslim, the same Jesus Christ said; let him that is wicked be wicked still. Eternal life is a thing of choice.

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@ mukina:

i mean no offence, but exactly why would you still remain a muslim even with the 200 and something verses discounted?

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[quote][/quote]i am still a muslim and will remain one till i die

Jesus arrested saul on his way to Damacus in Acts of the apostle,thats the way he will arrest you,its just a matter of time

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@olutomiwa

It is better to die as a muslim that a pastor,Pope or evangelist

@Gwaine

Please keep counting and storing for future reference

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