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21st May '16 3:33:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* Nowhere in TheQuran does it state that martyrs will get 72 virgins. The concept actually comes from a ''Hadith'' (a story concerning the life of Muhammad), this particular hadith is not considered credible by almost all Muslims. Furthermore, the Hadith does not mention that martyrs get 72 virgins, it says that ''everyone'' in paradise will be served by 72 houri (angelic servants).

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* Nowhere in TheQuran Literature/TheQuran does it state that martyrs will get 72 virgins. The concept actually comes from a ''Hadith'' (a story concerning the life of Muhammad), this particular hadith is not considered credible by almost all Muslims. Furthermore, the Hadith does not mention that martyrs get 72 virgins, it says that ''everyone'' in paradise will be served by 72 houri (angelic servants).
19th Apr '16 2:58:39 PM VicGeorge2011
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** On that same subject, nowhere does the Bible say, “It is better to cast your seed in the belly of a whore than spill it on the ground.” This is most likely ascertained from both the account of Onan and the subsequent intimate encounter of Judah with his daughter-in-law Tamar, who only ''disguised herself as a harlot'' so that she could conceive seed when Judah held back his remaining son Shelah from marrying her.

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** On that same subject, nowhere does the Bible say, “It is better to cast your seed in the belly of a whore than spill it on the ground.” This is most likely ascertained from both the account of Onan and the subsequent intimate encounter of Judah with his daughter-in-law Tamar, who only ''disguised herself as a harlot'' so that she could conceive seed from him when Judah held back his remaining son Shelah from marrying her.
19th Apr '16 6:15:23 AM VicGeorge2011
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** On that same subject, nowhere does the Bible say, “It is better to cast your seed in the belly of a whore than spill it on the ground.”

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** On that same subject, nowhere does the Bible say, “It is better to cast your seed in the belly of a whore than spill it on the ground.” This is most likely ascertained from both the account of Onan and the subsequent intimate encounter of Judah with his daughter-in-law Tamar, who only ''disguised herself as a harlot'' so that she could conceive seed when Judah held back his remaining son Shelah from marrying her.
8th Apr '16 9:09:31 AM VicGeorge2011
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** The closest thing is the Modern English Version translation: “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.”

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** The closest thing is the Modern English Version translation: “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.” And in the modern version of the Geneva Bible: "Let him that is among you without sin, cast the first stone at her."
3rd Apr '16 3:46:25 PM VicGeorge2011
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** On that same subject, nowhere does the Bible say, “It is better to cast your seed in the belly of a whore than spill it on the ground.”
4th Feb '16 8:09:21 AM thekeyofe
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* In ''{{Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof}}'', Tevye is constantly misquoting The Good Book, and in one scene he gets called on it by the Rabbi's son.

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* In ''{{Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof}}'', ''[[Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof Fiddler On The Roof]]'', Tevye is constantly misquoting The Good Book, and in one scene he gets called on it by the Rabbi's son.
4th Feb '16 8:08:23 AM thekeyofe
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* He also didn't say "I am the way, the truth and the light." It's "life". John 14:6.

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* He also didn't say "I am the way, the truth and the light." It's "life". It says "life" instead of "light." John 14:6.




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* In ''{{Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof}}'', Tevye is constantly misquoting The Good Book, and in one scene he gets called on it by the Rabbi's son.
-->'''Tevye:''' Okay, it doesn't that ''exactly'' but somewhere it says something about a chicken! Good Sabbath!
24th Dec '15 7:24:07 AM VicGeorge2011
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** The closest thing is the Modern English Version translation: “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.”
3rd Dec '15 12:21:12 AM nngnna
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** The snake is simply a snake, and is not identified as the devil. (Ironically it's the ''Qur'an's'' version of the story, not the Bible's, which explicitly identifies the tempter as Satan--though it ''doesn't'' say anything about him being a snake at the time.)
The closest the Bible gets to claiming the serpent (Hebrew has only one word for snake/serpent) in the garden was Satan is when he is called "that ancient serpent" in Revelation 12:9, from the New Testament not the Old.

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** The snake is simply a snake, and is not identified as the devil. (Ironically it's the ''Qur'an's'' version of the story, not the Bible's, which explicitly identifies the tempter as Satan--though it ''doesn't'' say anything about him being a snake at the time.)
) The closest the Bible gets to claiming the serpent (Hebrew has only one word for snake/serpent) in the garden was Satan is when he is called "that ancient serpent" in Revelation 12:9, from the New Testament not the Old.
3rd Dec '15 12:20:47 AM nngnna
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** The snake is simply a snake, and is not identified as the devil. (Ironically it's the ''Qur'an's'' version of the story, not the Bible's, which explicitly identifies the tempter as Satan--though it ''doesn't'' say anything about him being a snake at the time.)The closest the Bible gets to claiming the serpent (Hebrew has only one word for snake/serpent) in the garden was Satan is when he is called "that ancient serpent" in Revelation 12:9, from the New Testament not the Old.

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** The snake is simply a snake, and is not identified as the devil. (Ironically it's the ''Qur'an's'' version of the story, not the Bible's, which explicitly identifies the tempter as Satan--though it ''doesn't'' say anything about him being a snake at the time.)The )
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closest the Bible gets to claiming the serpent (Hebrew has only one word for snake/serpent) in the garden was Satan is when he is called "that ancient serpent" in Revelation 12:9, from the New Testament not the Old.
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