on March 8, 2014 :
I was a bit disappointed by this pamphlet. The author had the opportunity to point out some of the many horrors and falsehoods of Islam, yet instead the author focused on what he perceives to be "theological errors" (my phrase: not his). The result is an occult superstitious harangue about how the writer's version of Christianity is better than Islam--- though any and all Islam Supremacist would make the exact same complaints about Christianity.
For example, the author complained that Islam teaches that the Hebrew Testament has been perverted by redaction. But that's an observed fact, not disputed by anyone intelligent and educated. But worse, the author failed to point out that the Christian Testament has been redacted many thousands of times also.
For another example, the Koran is known to be the compilation of teachings attributed to Mohammed, long after his death. The writer noted that fact as if it detracts from legitimacy of the Koran. But the Christian Testament is known to be the compilation of teachings attributed to Jesus and Saul of Tarsus, long after their deaths (if Jesus existed at all: nobody knows for sure).
Pot to Kettle: "You're black!"
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