Posts Tagged ‘commandment’


March 24, 2014

paarsurrey says:
March 24, 2014 at 7:45 pm

@ unfonfirmedabsolutes

Hi friend

Yes; we got evolved from animals in millions of years on the commandment of One-True-God when He said the words “to be”; and the process of our being got started. When humans got the characteristics that were destined for us in the words “to be”; our God conversed with the most righteous person (of the time) among us called “Adam”.

Now there is no going back to the animal kingdom:

[17:71] Indeed, We have honored the children of Adam, and carried them by land and sea, and given them of good things and exalted them far above many of those whom We have created.
[17:72] Remember the day when We shall summon every people with their Leader. Then whoso shall be given his book in his right hand — such will read their book, and they will not be wronged a whit.

Thanks and regards

Quran here comes to the rescue of the Bible

January 12, 2014

Dan Wilkinson has written a post on Patheos blog on January 9, 2014 titled “Creationist Ken Ham versus the Truth”;The post could be viewed by the viewers of Paarsurrey blog at the following link:

I have contributed many comments on the post; some of them have already been published in my blog “paarsurrey” together with the comments of those who have commented on my comments; yet more are given below for the benefit of the viewers of this blog:

paarsurrey @ Dan Wilkinson:

@ Dan Wilkinson; he says in the main article, and I quote from him:

“They’re leaving the church because by essentially demonizing everyone who doesn’t agree with you, you’ve made believing in Young Earth Creationism* more important than Jesus’ explicit commandment to love God and neighbor.” and the sign (*) has been elaborated in the end:

“*The belief, born of a literal interpretation of the creation narrative in Genesis, that God created the world in six 24-hour days only 6,000 years ago.”

Here Quran comes to the rescue of Bible:

[32:6] He will plan the Divine Ordinance from the heaven unto
the earth, then shall it go up to Him in a day the duration of which is a
thousand years according to what you reckon.…
[70:5] The angels and the Spirit ascend to Him in a day the measure
of which is fifty thousand years.…

A day is a period; its duration would change as the subject changes.

False Prophets are always killed in terms of Torah

January 31, 2010

manfred wrote:

But the prophet, who being corrupted with pride, shall speak in my name things that I did not command him to say, or in the name of strange gods, shall be slain. Deuteronomy 18:20

This verse of the Torah tells us that false prophets should be killed. It is an instruction, not an explanation on how to recognize false prophets.

Paarsurrey says:

Hi friends

It is not an optional thing; it is a commandment that must be followed.Please read Deuteronomy again; it is a must .
The false Prophets have always been killed, otherwise the verse becomes meaningless. It is for this that we maintain that Jesus was not killed on the Cross; the Creator-God Allah YHWH planned things in such a way that Jesus survived against all odds; and finally he made good his escape to India.


Please quote the verses from the Torah and the reason from Torah verses where explanation has been provided to recognize false prophets from the truthful ones; you won’t find any, in my opinion, except the one I have already mentioned that false Prophets are killed.

Catholics Protestants to take it seriously; no derision or ridiculing like the un-natural Atheists Agnostics, please.

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in Quran.