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    08 May '15 17:42
    still false, still not a shred of proof, still a story about god's (in islam he is called allah) genocide of a ton of people.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_in_Islam

    a few differences, though. islam's noah got tired with preaching to the sinners and asked god to kill them all. at least HE tried to reform the asholes. bible's noah was pretty lazy ( or god was) as he went straight to impossible boat building
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    08 May '15 18:09
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    still false, still not a shred of proof, still a story about god's (in islam he is called allah) genocide of a ton of people.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_in_Islam

    a few differences, though. islam's noah got tired with preaching to the sinners and asked god to kill them all. at least HE tried to reform the asholes. bible's noah was pretty lazy ( or god was) as he went straight to impossible boat building
    You forgot to say, 'Peace be upon them".
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    08 May '15 18:121 edit
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    still false, still not a shred of proof, still a story about god's (in islam he is called allah) genocide of a ton of people.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_in_Islam

    a few differences, though. islam's noah got tired with preaching to the sinners and asked god to kill them all. at least HE tried to reform the asholes. bible's noah was pretty lazy ( or god was) as he went straight to impossible boat building
    If Noah was not a preacher about God in the Bible then WHY does it say Noah was a herald of righteousness?

    "And did not spare the ancient world but guarded Noah, a herald of righteousness ..." (2 Pet 2:5)


    A Herald -
    n.noun

    A person who carries or proclaims important news; a messenger.

    One that gives a sign or indication of something to come; a harbinger.

    The crocus is a herald of spring.

    An official whose specialty is heraldry.

    An official formerly charged with making royal proclamations and bearing messages of state between sovereigns.

    An official who formerly made proclamations and conveyed challenges at a tournament.



    In the borrowed words of John Silber president of Boston University in the 70s "I wish some of you would shut up and learn something."
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    08 May '15 18:13
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    still false, still not a shred of proof, still a story about god's (in islam he is called allah) genocide of a ton of people.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_in_Islam

    a few differences, though. islam's noah got tired with preaching to the sinners and asked god to kill them all. at least HE tried to reform the asholes. bible's noah was pretty lazy ( or god was) as he went straight to impossible boat building
    Well that REALLY blows Bill Cosby's Noah skit.
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    08 May '15 18:21
    For the record, I have no idea what the Muslim version of Noah is.

    Does it differ from the Christian/Jewish text?
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    08 May '15 18:23
    Originally posted by whodey
    For the record, I have no idea what the Muslim version of Noah is.

    Does it differ from the Christian/Jewish text?
    AND, was his name there Noah also? Noahmohad?
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    08 May '15 18:23
    Originally posted by whodey
    For the record, I have no idea what the Muslim version of Noah is.

    Does it differ from the Christian/Jewish text?
    Its liberal. Forget about it.
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    08 May '15 18:24
    Originally posted by sonship
    Its liberal. Forget about it.
    Rumor has it the towns people were drawing silly cartoons of Noah, thus promting him to want them all dead.
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    08 May '15 18:26
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    still false, still not a shred of proof, still a story about god's (in islam he is called allah) genocide of a ton of people.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah_in_Islam

    a few differences, though. islam's noah got tired with preaching to the sinners and asked god to kill them all. at least HE tried to reform the asholes. bible's noah was pretty lazy ( or god was) as he went straight to impossible boat building
    According to the Wiki piece, the Islam Noah DID build an Ark.
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    08 May '15 18:362 edits
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    According to the Wiki piece, the Islam Noah DID build an Ark.
    Mo usually throws in some bizzare contradictions to the Bibilcal text.

    An example is about Jesus. According to the book of Mo, Jesus went to the cross and then Allah replaced him with some other poor sap to die in his stead.

    I'm sure Mo tinkered with the story in some way like that.
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    08 May '15 19:58
    Originally posted by sonship
    If Noah was not a preacher about God in the Bible then WHY does it say Noah was a herald of righteousness?

    [b]"And did not spare the ancient world but guarded Noah, a herald of righteousness ..." (2 Pet 2:5)


    A Herald - [quote] n.noun

    A person who carries or proclaims important news; a messenger.

    One that gives a s ...[text shortened]... of Boston University in the 70s "I wish some of you would shut up and learn something." [/b]
    oh, peter and his retcons. so cute
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    08 May '15 20:00
    Originally posted by whodey
    Mo usually throws in some bizzare contradictions to the Bibilcal text.

    An example is about Jesus. According to the book of Mo, Jesus went to the cross and then Allah replaced him with some other poor sap to die in his stead.

    I'm sure Mo tinkered with the story in some way like that.
    It's just as valid a tale as the bible one. I like the the one I read in a book called 'Jesus lived in India"

    In this scenario JC didn't die on the cross, but his buddies paid off the guards at the cross, and they cut him down, in very bad shape for sure but lathered him up with healing herbs (that IS in the bible) the idea being you wouldn't cover a body with Aloe and such if the dude was still alive. So three days later, he recovered well enough to get his act together and make a great comeback where the rest of the tribe didn't know about the bribes that got him off the cross WAY early, and JC, knowing it would not be kosher for him to be discovered by the Romans, hit the Silk Road and founded a few monasteries along the way (which the founders were never found) and he made his way to Kashmir in India/Pakistan and there is a grave there with half moon marks on hands and feet but we (western archaeologists) cannot get access because of the fighting going on in Kashmir, unsafe for ANYONE there. So his grave may actually be there. The only bad news about that is the one person who did look at the grave and took pictures said any bones inside would probably have corroded to dust long ago because of the water clearly around the stone casket.

    That story makes MUCH more sense to me since NOBODY has ever done the resurrection deal since then and the whole story makes a LOT more sense in that light.

    Among other things, it makes the Islam account of JC more correct than the Jewish/Christian one.
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    09 May '15 21:091 edit
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    It's just as valid a tale as the bible one. I like the the one I read in a book called 'Jesus lived in India"

    In this scenario JC didn't die on the cross, but his buddies paid off the guards at the cross, and they cut him down, in very bad shape for sure but lathered him up with healing herbs (that IS in the bible) the idea being you wouldn't cover a bod ...[text shortened]... Among other things, it makes the Islam account of JC more correct than the Jewish/Christian one.
    You like the fairy tell that begins long, long ago, about billions of years in the past in a place far, far away a dot exploded and made a Big Bang, and stars and and planets and moons began appearing. And as things began cooling more and more over billions of years water and ice appeared. Then a planet with water that was in just the right place and of the right size with the right size moon at the right distance and with the right size sun in the right place became just right for small living organisms to pop into existence and evolve over a long, long time to produce more and more complex creatures until a monkey changed to a man and became the atheists of today.
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