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  • Sirat al-Mustaqim and John 14:6

    There is a common polemic by the half-naked man worshippers that the phrase “sirat al-mustaqim” (“the straight path”) in Sura’ al-Fatihah refers to John 14:6. How this silly notion got transposed and spread itself is something beyond my ken and certainly a most ridiculous understanding that only the stupidest of the stupid will fall for. After all, if a phrase is taken out of context, it can certainly almost always be made to support or be taken to mean anything. Logically, to make the assumption that the Qur’an support Christian doctrines is nonsensical, since there are various other passages in the Holy Book that denounces the Trinity, the worship of Jesus and the notion that God has even begotten a Son! The Qur’an is unequivocal in the denunciation.

    Because the Bible does not support the doctrine of original sin, the doctrine of trinity or even the reincarnation of a demi-god, they had to use extraneous evidence in order to perpetuate their paganism. In other words, to appeal to a Book that they do not believe in the first place in order to assert their doctrine is, to me at least, a sign of bankruptcy. But anyway, for those who think that Jesus, peace be upon him, is being referred to by the phrase “sirat al-mustaqim”, I am happy to proclaim that this is certainly a mistaken belief and has been dealt with here.

    The conclusions of the article in question also applies here as well.

    01 Jan

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