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I do love Adam and Eve as I do love Jesus and Mary

March 15, 2009

I Posted the following comment on the blog: EVANGELIST BILLY BOLITHO, on the link:
“Who is responsible?”

Paarsurrey says:


Jesus’ death on the Cross has no bearing or relevance with the sins of a person. Adam sinned or made some mistake; he repented, asked forgiveness from Allah, and he resolved not to commit the same mistakes again. Allah forgave him and was please with him again. Adam became as complete and perfect of a man as he was before making the mistake, in my opinion.

That was a great experience of Adam; and sons of Adam followed him in this of his example, in my opinion.

Jesus declared voluntarily that he was Son of Adam, having no father, it is acceptable. This way Jesus humbly declared that his way was the way of Adam. To err is human; so being a humble man Jesus perhaps knew that he was apt to make mistakes. So Jesus resolved to follow Adam’s example to ask forgiveness from Allah, in my opinion.

All perfect men called Messengers do the same things; however, more wise amongst them ask forgiveness from Allah for the mistakes not yet done by them; so that they are forgiven beforehand by Allah. One such perfect man is Muhammad; with this wisdom Muhammad was endowed with the title Khatamun Nabiyyeen or the Seal of the Prophets Messengers, in my opinion.

Now the wise persons should have to follow Muhammad; asking forgiveness from Allah for the sins and mistakes one has not yet committed. This is the impression one should get from this Seal of Prophets to become in the image of Allah; not physically but in attributes within the spheres of humanity, in my opinion.

I love Jesus and Mary as I do love Adam and Eve.


I am an Ahamdi peaceful Muslim

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All sins are forgivable – Established by Moses, Jesus and Muhammad

June 17, 2008


June 17, 2008 at 8:26 am

Ahmadi, thanks for your comments again. Could you look back over my post and answer the questions that I posed you?

June 17, 2008 at 9:56 am

Quote from your Post:
One initial question for you though – you used the phrase “imaginary sins” in your post – do you propose that there is no such thing as sin?

Hi Victor, my friend!


I don’t mean that there are/were no sins.


In my opinion the sins are forgiven by GodAllahYHWH when a sinner repents over his mistakes, asks forgiveness from GodAllahYHWH and resolves not to do it again. If God forgives the sins then it is as if no sins were committed altogether.

This is established from OTBible, Moses and Jesus. Quran also spports it and confirms it:


[39:54] Say, ‘O My servants who have sinned against their souls, despair not of the mercy of Allah, surely, Allah forgives all sins. Verily, He is Most forgiving, Ever Merciful;
[39:55] ‘And turn to your Lord, and submit yourselves to Him, before there comes unto you the punishment; for then you shall not be helped;
[39:56] And follow the best Teaching that has been revealed to you from your Lord, before the punishment comes upon you suddenly, while you perceive not.’
[39:57] Lest a soul should say, ‘O woe is me in that I neglected my duty in respect of Allah! Surely, I was among the scoffers.’


It was Paul who invented his theological philosophy on imaginary sins; which has nothing to do with OTBible or Moses, Jesus ,Quran and Muhammad.


I love Jesus, Mary and Muhammad.




I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim