Wednesday, October 20, 2010 10:04:04 AM
Well the owl WAS funny, and I might have been wrong about dax's precise argument (Or was it Angi`s? I`ll be the first to admit it`s gone beyond semantics at this point..) but having read significant portions of the Quaran, I`ve come across several passages detailing exactly the same events as those described in the bible (thought in a slightly different way), and they always seem to hold God as the same deity, over the same people - Adam and Eve, the Jews in their exodus from Egypt, you name it. In addition, it codifies a particular dogma regarding the sacrilege of putting "other gods beside God," including the Virgin Mary and even Jesus himself (as you must know).
Based on their wording (which I can`t recall at the moment) it seemed to imply that they only took this to be sacrilege because they held this SAME GOD to be sacrosanct in the first place. So maybe you were right. Or was it Angillion?
Tuesday, October 19, 2010 8:18:56 PM
Forget you Angi, you keep up the insults, but fail entirely to address John 14.6. I know more about Christianity than you can imagine, m-kay? However, not actually being a Christian, I usually don't worry much about it. It`s a "strawman" to point out your arguement is ENTIRELY semantic? Wow you sure is smrt Angi! Hun-yuk! If all three words for "God" actually mean "God" then they MUST refer to the SAME ENTITY! It`s... no it`s just to stupid for words Angi. Over and OWL.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010 3:30:58 PM
Jesus didn't "have a vision" he IS GOD. Well, 1/3 of God, who is indivisible, um, or something. NO VISIONS involved! Except Mary and John the Baptist`s mom had visions... ugh!
3 religions 3 different Gods-dammit! Why you trolling Angilion?
I suspect you`re trolling, because the level of ignorance of Christianity that you`re showing is remarkably high even for a Christian.
Try, for example, Matthew 3. Jesus didn`t start preaching until after he received the vision after being baptised by John.
It`s hard to tell whether you`re trolling or just being a theist, but it`s easy to tell that you`re wrong and you know very little about any of the religions you`re talking about, including the one you follow.