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So seldom do we find a true statement such as this coming from the religious folk. Yes racism certain has a strong foothold in the Torah, along with murder, torture, rape, deception, etc. Guess what the ugly children of this evil spawn which are known as Christianity and Islam just keep on giving undue harm to humanity and spit out continued delusions, hatred and suffering.
At least some are not delusional on some of the points of the hate texts aka: the unholy evil Torah, Bible and Quran. The vestige of ink, profiteer of imaginary fiends, couple with reality fleeing individuals equals human made Abrahamic (which one) God’s evil and hell on earth.
Welcome to hell hmmmmmmm. heaven. SUCKERS. At some point I just what to say hey dumbass read the damn books and you might realize they are all trash………Literally.
In the name of one branch of Abrahamic Religion: Bring forth RACISM…..
So let us continue with the review of this book looking at what some scholars point out. In the third chapter, Claude Gilliott writes that the “so-called Informants of the Prophet ultimately begs the question of a qur’an (“lectionary”) or of the qur’an before the Qur’an (al-qur’an), or rather versions or stages of the Qur’an qua text” in how the Quran was first formulated. Now in this chapter, Gilliot and other scholars are convinced that the Qur’an is at least the partial work of a group or community for various reasons.
In this chapter it provides different verses and analyzes the structure and translations. Based on how some of the Quran texts were written they summarized that the “language of the informant(s) was not Arabic, “good Arabic” or a foreign language.” This indicates that the informants were not Arabians but were Christians of Aramaic origin. Gilliott provides numerous places within the text, based upon structure, language and interpretation to lend support to such an argument.
Gilliott also looks at least two versions of Ibn Ishaq concerning the informants of Muhammd where it is stated that Muhammad “often sat on Merwa before the booth (mabia) of a young Christian who was named Djebr and taught Muhammad much of what he revealed.” The next verse is that of Tabari who says through his chain of tradents. states, “The messenger of God of sat, according to what has been transmitted to me, on the hill of Marwawith a young Christian servant whose name was Jabr. He was a slave of the banu al-Hadrami, and the people used to say. By God, much of what Muhammad teaches comes merely from Jabr the Christian, the servant of the banu al-Hadrami.” In another version from abd Allah b. Kathir this is repeated again on Muhammad being taught by a Christian. Still this chapter continues to discuss several more informants and other areas of influence.
So next Gilliott and scholars look at the following: asatir al-awwalin, which is a phrase used in the Qur’an that is normally translated as the “fairy tale,” “stories,” or “fables”, of the elders and this expression appears NINE times in the Qur’an. Quite interesting actually, the chapter continues to go on to tell that Muhammad was taught from books of previous communities.
Gilliott and others concluded that the people of Quraysh reported that the Quran did not sound particularly new to them meaning they had heard it before. So, this begs another question that if this tribe makes such statements would that lend to the belief that sections of the Quran where a piecemeal of works later redacted and changed to a point of agreement of Islamic scholars and which later was codified? I have left out quite a bit from this chapter as I think if it peaks your curiosity then you will do some research and make your own assessment. Again, I will leave it here for a while for all to ponder the possibilities of this chapter’s implications.
Okay, I have decided I have put up enough about Jesus for now. However, I think this installment of why Jesus was created is best explained here:
Part 1 (just over 9 minutes):
Part 2 (right at 10 minutes):
Part 3 (just over 7 minutes):
So if you have never heard of the differing gospels, the struggle to find a way to sell the church, a continued pagan tradition, and the astrological reasons why they had the gods then I hope this has enlightened you just a little more.
May you go in the way of humanity.
How many times have we heard that family values are eroding in the world and that we need to return to those Abrahamic holy books to bring back those good old-fashioned values? I mean after all the Bible and the Quran are the best sources of how to treat family, friends and acquaintances (aka: the other), right? So here is just a small dose of those family values that pious men and women can follow.
Now after reading those great old-fashioned values, I am sure you will be running out to test them in your family life.