Reshaping the Crescent responds to the belief that biblical Scriptures were "given" by Allah. Walter Tessensohn delves into the Quran, revealing that all the quotations in the Quran about the Torah, the Prophets, the Psalms, and the Gospel are incorrect and that the Quran is illogical. It has neither a beginning nor an end. Allah, who is the modern iteration of the ancient moon god, has no plan. He claims that he has created man weak, impatient, imperfect, and mortal. The Bibles says that man was created in the image of God and that he became mortal by sin. So the rescue plan of God is about beating death by condemning sin in the body of Christ. And in Christ God can reveal his image in man. Allah would have created man as an inferior and mortal being. Man would live a senseless life, and at the end he must die. Reshaping the Crescent proves that the Quran confirms that Allah is the moon god Hubal. Muhammad perfected the religion of Hubal, the moon god of the Arabs, and turned it into Islam. The Arabs were not allowed to use the Hubal arrows anymore, but the sign of the crescent moon, the symbol of Hubal, remains and his residence, the Kaaba. Educate yourself on the distinctions between Islam and Christianity. Discover through the words of the Bible and the Quran who God and Allah each say they are and learn the evolution of Allah in history in this fascinating book.
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|Size: ||1.1 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2013|
|ISBN: ||9781629022482 (DRM-EPUB)|
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