1. Standard memberRJHinds
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    The Quran acknowledges a six-part Creation period (32:4, 50:38) and Biblical Sabbath as seventh-day (yaum as-Sabt: 2:65, 4:47, 154, 7:163, 16:124), but Allah's mounting the throne after Creation is taken in contradistinction to Elohim's concluding and resting from his labors, and so Muslims replace Sabbath rest with jumu'ah . Also known as "Friday prayer", jumu'ah is a congregational prayer (salat) held every Friday (the Day of Assembly), just after midday, in place of the otherwise daily dhuhr prayer; it commemorates the creation of Adam on the sixth day. The Quran states: "When the call is proclaimed to prayer on Friday, hasten earnestly to the Remembrance of Allah, and leave off business: That is best for you if ye but knew" (62:9). The next verse ("When the prayer is ended, then disperse in the land ..."šŸ˜‰ leads many Muslims not to consider Friday a rest day, as in Indonesia; but many Arab countries, such as the United Arab Emirates, do consider Friday a rest day, and others, like Pakistan, half a rest day (after Friday prayer is over). Attendance is strictly incumbent upon all free adult males who are legal residents of the locality.
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    Christians changed the Sabbath too...
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    28 Mar '12 18:041 edit
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Christians changed the Sabbath too...
    It is not as simple as Christians changing the Sabbath. That never really happened.
    However, there are some that believe the Roman Catholic Church changed the
    Sabbath to Sunday, but this was actually a meeting together in honor of Christ
    appearing to the disciples after the resurrection and because it became difficult
    to publicly observe Saturday as the Sabbath because of persecution by the
    Roman government. Private observance of the Saturday Sabbath rest continued
    for a long time before gradually fading away. Addition information can be obtained
    on the web, for example:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabbath_in_Christianity
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    28 Mar '12 21:00
    Originally posted by AThousandYoung
    Christians changed the Sabbath too...
    The Sabbath is a feature of the Mosaic Law, christians are no longer under the Mosaic
    Law and those that practice a Sabbath observance are generally blissfully unaware of
    this fact and many other Biblical teachings.
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    28 Mar '12 23:022 edits
    Muhammad really did change the Sabbath for Muslims to a different TIME with a different
    CALENDAR using the Quran (Koran) and the religion of Islam as the authority.
    Allah's mounting the throne after Creation is taken in contradistinction to Elohim's
    concluding and resting from his labors, and so Muslims replace Sabbath rest with
    jumu'ah, allso known as "Friday prayer".

    Elohim is the Hebrew name for God. Allah is the Arabic name for God. One is God.
    The other is a so-called or counterfeit god of this world.
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    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    The Sabbath is a feature of the Mosaic Law, christians are no longer under the Mosaic
    Law and those that practice a Sabbath observance are generally blissfully unaware of
    this fact and many other Biblical teachings.
    You mean like who Jesus is?
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    Originally posted by RJHinds
    The Quran acknowledges a six-part Creation period (32:4, 50:38) and Biblical Sabbath as seventh-day (yaum as-Sabt: 2:65, 4:47, 154, 7:163, 16:124), but Allah's mounting the throne after Creation is taken in contradistinction to Elohim's concluding and resting from his labors, and so Muslims replace Sabbath rest with jumu'ah . Also known as "Friday prayer", j ...[text shortened]... strictly incumbent upon all free adult males who are legal residents of the locality.
    I am curious. What question do you have that you would like to discuss in this forum? You post these "facts" all the time and rarely pick a point or ask a question in regards to it. I'm not understanding what you want people to do with this. You are saying the Muslim sabbath is Friday. So what? December 25th isn't Jesus' birthday. We can go tit for tat with facts and stats all day. That isn't discussing anything. It is merely two guys stating the obvious.

    It seems to me that your posting style lately has changed. It has gone from open-ended questions (with a hint of ignorance), to pulpit style preaching with no wish to have a discussion (much like Dasa). Is there something we should know?
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    29 Mar '12 01:141 edit
    Originally posted by josephw
    You mean like who Jesus is?
    yeah it would include who is Jesus for clearly, you have no idea who Jesus was nor
    what he taught, and to prove it, you were asked on numerous occasions to tell us, what
    his main teaching, the Kingdom of God is and guess what, you couldn't do it, strange
    that you claim to know who Jesus is but cannot state what he taught,


    neeeeeeext! these are not the droids were looking for, move along!
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    29 Mar '12 03:29
    Originally posted by RJHinds

    Elohim is the Hebrew name for God. Allah is the Arabic name for God. One is God.
    The other is a so-called or counterfeit god of this world.
    Biblical and Middle Eastern scholars agree that allah is the Arabic word that shares the same ancestral root as the biblical Aramaic* Elah or Alaha and Hebrew Eloah, which is the singular of Elohim, a generic word for God used throughout the Old Testament.

    In Hebrew, Arabic, and Aramaic, the word for God is all the same.

    And all versions are used by Christians, depending upon their own languages.

    Mr. Hinds, your argument confuses language with religion.

    *Aramaic was the common language of Jesus' time and arguably the language that Jesus spoke during his teachings, while Hebrew was the language reserved for the temple as it had been outlawed during Babylonian captivity.
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    Originally posted by hakima
    Biblical and Middle Eastern scholars agree that allah is the Arabic word that shares the same ancestral root as the biblical Aramaic* Elah or Alaha and Hebrew Eloah, which is the singular of Elohim, a generic word for God used throughout the Old Testament.

    In Hebrew, Arabic, and Aramaic, the word for God is all the same.

    And all versions are used by ...[text shortened]... w was the language reserved for the temple as it had been outlawed during Babylonian captivity.
    ronnie isn't very big on facts and figures.
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    29 Mar '12 04:58
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    The Quran acknowledges a six-part Creation period (32:4, 50:38) and Biblical Sabbath as seventh-day (yaum as-Sabt: 2:65, 4:47, 154, 7:163, 16:124), but Allah's mounting the throne after Creation is taken in contradistinction to Elohim's concluding and resting from his labors, and so Muslims replace Sabbath rest with jumu'ah . Also known as "Friday prayer", j ...[text shortened]... strictly incumbent upon all free adult males who are legal residents of the locality.
    No spelling or grammar mistakes!

    At least post your source plagiarist!
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    29 Mar '12 05:331 edit
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    No spelling or grammar mistakes!

    At least post your source plagiarist!
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabbath

    Scroll down to the paragraph with the title "Islamic rest day".
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    29 Mar '12 05:44
    Originally posted by usmc7257
    I am curious. What question do you have that you would like to discuss in this forum? You post these "facts" all the time and rarely pick a point or ask a question in regards to it. I'm not understanding what you want people to do with this. You are saying the Muslim sabbath is Friday. So what? December 25th isn't Jesus' birthday. We can go tit for tat with ...[text shortened]... ing with no wish to have a discussion (much like Dasa). Is there something we should know?
    You should know that Islam is the AntiChrist religion referred to by the whore who
    rides the beast in the Revelation vision of things to come in the end times before
    the Kingdom of God and His Christ is established on the Earth.
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    29 Mar '12 05:471 edit
    Originally posted by VoidSpirit
    ronnie isn't very big on facts and figures.
    That's right, because man's facts and figures are sometimes wrong. But God's facts
    and figures are never wrong. HalleluYah !!! šŸ˜
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    29 Mar '12 06:02
    Originally posted by hakima
    Biblical and Middle Eastern scholars agree that allah is the Arabic word that shares the same ancestral root as the biblical Aramaic* Elah or Alaha and Hebrew Eloah, which is the singular of Elohim, a generic word for God used throughout the Old Testament.

    In Hebrew, Arabic, and Aramaic, the word for God is all the same.

    And all versions are used by ...[text shortened]... w was the language reserved for the temple as it had been outlawed during Babylonian captivity.
    How refreshing, Wise Sister;

    Brother is perfectly well and good by now I reckon;

    Best regards from Athens, Greece
    šŸ˜µ
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