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Quran has an amazing system

October 27, 2016

Added by Paarsurrey .
Author :paarsurrey
Like the universe has a system in it, likewise Quran has a system in it. One cannot create the universe, similarly one cannot create the system Quran has for the ethical, moral and spiritual issues of humanity. it has claims as well as the reasons in it, impossible for a human to do it. Muhammad or any other person could not have authored Quran. it is authored by G-d whatever the proper name of Him in any language that a people speak. Regards

The Creator God does exist; no doubt about it

March 14, 2014

I wrote following post on uncleE’s blog; the viewers could comment here even if they differ with me.
“Is there a God?”

“How can we know if God exists? Do philosophical arguments help?”

MAR 14, 2014 @ 19:58:50

“Without reasons, we should be agnostic, with no strong belief either way. ”

I think I don’t agree with you.

I believe in One-True-God very naturally; like I believe in the existence of my parents or like I believe in the existence of my own self. I don’t need any other reason to believe in Him.

This is the start of belief in the One-True-God; there are/could be more or higher stages to this belief; but if one is Agnostic or Atheist; then he has to provide me the reasons and arguments that “the One-True-God does not exist”. I will see the flaws in their reasons and arguments.

Quran: verses in the context must be referred for clear understanding

February 1, 2014

I have written comment on the “Random thoughts” blog at the topic “Knowing the mind of god”

paarsurrey says:
February 2, 2014 at 02:41

Ron: Jan 30, 7:38 am
Quote,“In another part of the Qur’an, we read:
*{Certainly, Allah has cursed the unbelievers and prepared for them a blazing fire to dwell therein forever, they shall find neither protector nor helper. On the day when their faces are turned about in the fire, they shall say, “Would that we had obeyed Allah and obeyed the Messenger!”}* (Al-Ahzab 33: 64-66)” Unquote

Paarsurrey wrote:

Here again you have understood the verse incorrectly; the non-believers in general have not been addressed. The Jews and other non-Muslims in Medina who were under a treaty with the Muslims not to have any links with the Meccans as they were under war with the Muslims; they were addressed in these verses specifically.

[33:61] If the hypocrites, and those in whose heart is a disease, and those who cause agitation in the city, desist not, We shall surely give thee authority over them; then they will not dwell therein as thy neighbours, save for a little while.
[33:62] Then they will be accursed. Wherever they are found, they will be seized, and cut into pieces.
[33:63] Such has been the way of Allah in the case of those who passed away before, and thou wilt never find a change in the way of Allah.
[33:64] Men ask thee concerning the Hour. Say, ‘The knowledge of it is with Allah alone.’ And what will make thee know that the Hour may be nigh?
[33:65] Allah has surely cursed the disbelievers, and has prepared for them a burning fire,

Those who did not accept Islam/Quran/Muhammad with logical reasons; they are not addressed in these verses.

Hope the verses are now clear to you


My Surrender To God

July 24, 2013

Paarsurrey says:
I don’t find any post in this blog. Did I miss something? Please



paarsurrey · July 24, 2013 – 6:38 pm · 

I appreciate you came back from an Atheist to a Theist and that you have as you have expressed unequivocally in absolute certainty for him.
What is your best post/article about Atheism? Is your belief with strong reasons or reasonable arguments?



I decided to start this Blog simple because I realize that I need guidance and fellowship in this process. This is about my surrender to God, and figuring out what his plan is for my life…How can I be of use to him? How can I get past life and all the crap that goes along with it. How do I learn to see beyond the physical and into the spiritual? 

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What evidences are there for the Quran?

May 17, 2011

Oneman89 wrote:

Sorry, my forum question was written late last night, and I was tired. But I guess my question is why do you follow the Quran? What evidences are there for its validity? I’m just curious. Please comment back soon. Thanks friend

Paarsurrey says:

Hi friend Oneman89

Sorry, I never observed that somebody has asked me a question; today I first time observed it and answered it forth with.

Unlike other Revealed books of other religions that have been changed over time; Quran is ever fresh, it has following feature not found in other Revealed books:

1. It is authored by the Creator-God.
2. It has claims with reasons. It provides the reason part for its commandments.
3. It is a book of systems; its verses are elaborated by the verses in the context; so it repudiates itself if wrong meanings are ascribed to it.
4. It is for everybody; literate or illiterate, ordinary or the genius or the People of the West as also for the people of the East.
5. It is not a theoreticians’ book, it is a practical guidance for the humans in ethical, moral and spiritual matters; there is not a single teaching in this book which has not been acted upon by its founder and the followers of his time.
6. Its meaning has also been secured by great people found in every century.
7. It is not a mythical book; while it does not claim to be a text book of science, it supports sciences if understood correctly.
8. It is peaceful and peace promoting.
9. It confirms truth in the revealed books of other religions as also their founders to be truthful persons in the origin.
10. It has no contradictions in it.

These are some of the features summarized here.

These features are the evidences of Quran being useful, truthful and also that it has been authored by the Creator-God.

This also explains as to why I follow Quran.

Thanks for asking the question.

“Who is the ultimate authority on the Bible?”

May 23, 2010

Hi my friends

The Bible does not have an internal system of mentioning claims and reasons in it; this is a weakness of the Bible; it cannot guide its followers; they say it is inspired by the Spirit; but it has hardly any spirit in it; may be with the time its spirit has become already dead, for sure. In fact, therefore, the Church and its followers have to artificially and continuously resuscitate Bible by injecting claims and reasons into it.

They have not realized but it is another fact that all the lasting and truthful teachings of Bible have been preserved by the Creator- God Allah YHWH with utmost security in Quran inclusive of the necessary claims and reasons; hence the Christians are advised to thankfully make full use of Quran. Quran is the ultimate authority on Bible in this sense.


I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

I would like everybody who writes on to enlighten about his previous ‎and present faith/religion; it would help to understand in a number of ways their opinions, ‎perspectives and visions

July 10, 2009

‎• 4. paarsurrey Says:
July 5th, 2009 at 9:44 pm ‎

Hi friends

I understand that this forum is of the ex-Muslims. May I request the following friends ‎who ‎have posted into this thread as to what was their denomination when they choose to ‎leave ‎Islam? Please also mention as to what religion/denomination they joined when they ‎left ‎Islam.

‎1.‎ Shafee al-Zindig ‎
‎2.‎ proudkafir
‎3.‎ Raisin Head ‎

This is only an optional question out of curiousity; no compulsion to answer.‎

‎• 5. Raisin Head Says:
July 5th, 2009 at 11:11 pm ‎
To the Admadi Muslim

I was never a muslim, I read the crap and it said kill non-muslims and no way would I kill ‎anyone. Next, it called my people, blacks, ugly nappy headed pug nosed slaves or abeeds. ‎You must be kidding if you think I would read such evil and join it. Why did you. I love ‎all people aS GOD CREATED ALL OF US AND aRABS ARE NO BETTER THAN ‎anyone else. They stink like anyone else.‎

‎• 9. Shafee al-Zindig Says:
July 6th, 2009 at 9:42 am ‎

To satisfy your curiosity and to silence those who would falsely claim that we are all ‎Jews pretending to be ex-Muslims.‎

I was born to a Hanafi Sunni family going back many generations. As I grew older and ‎wiser after many years of study of all points of view, I realized that Islam was not for me.‎

I am content to remain a freethinker and see no need to exchange one mind-numbing ‎addictive drug such as Islam for any other. It is like giving up cocaine and taking up ‎heroin. Why would anybody be that foolish?‎

‎• 10. ibrahim Says:
July 6th, 2009 at 4:34 pm ‎

I was born in a Sunni Ahle Hadith family of Kashmir. I was a practicing Muslim till ‎about 3 years back. Being from an Ahle Hadith family, I was particularly unhappy with ‎blasphemers including Ahmedis, Agha Khanis, Dawoodi Bohras, and I considered all of ‎them fuel for hell fire.

Thanks to FFI and my own intelligence, I got out of this cult called Islam. It took me ‎almost 3 years to get over my fear of hell fire as this was the last connecting link between ‎Islam and me.

23. paarsurrey Says:
July 10th, 2009 at 10:57 pm

I thank brothers and friends in humanity here in these forums; who write here and who were Muslim ‎previously and changed their religion. Following have answered my query and I thank ‎them in this connection:‎
Raisin Head, Shafee al-Zindig ,Ibrahim, ‎

Our friend proudkafir has opted not to enlighten us about his previous faith or his present ‎religion. I thank him also.‎

I would like everybody who writes here to enlighten us about his previous and present ‎faith/religion; it helps to understand in a number of ways their opinions, perspectives and ‎visions, if they talk rationally and logically with good intellectual arguments.‎

All human beings are but a family; love for all, hatred for none.‎


I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

Is it not essential that God’s word should be straightforward for the text as to claims and full of rational and logical reasons stated there in the context, if God is full of Wisdom?

May 21, 2009

Maaark says:

Do you take truth seriously? Does Allah judge people who speak things not true? If I say bad things about Mohamed Muslims will kill me.

But Allah of Christians is more strong because I do not kill for Allah I believe He will judge. But if you tell lies about Jesus or Paul don’t you fear judgment of Allah? You should be responsible to check if these things are true before you say them.

I do not say things about Mohamed (bless him) because I do not know and have not read Koran.

I can only speak of Jesus who I know. If you have sincere questions about Bible you can ask.

But I tell you one thing that Paul could not change books not written by him. That is why several authors wrote New Testament. Paul only wrote part. He has no power to change other parts. Speak the truth not lies.

Paarsurrey says:
Hi friend maaark

You seem to be angry, perhaps. I think we may continue our discussion in peace. I respect your faith.

Please don’t mind, it is just a discussion to reach the truth.

Now just think about my viewpoint. I would have never known about Jesus and Mary and the Word of God Allah YHWH revealed on them; till I was first introduced about them by Quran.

Quran told me about them and I was filled with love and respect about them. This was more so because Quran gives rational and logical reasons also which convince one to the core of one’s heart.

Later some Christian friends presented me with full Bible, OT + NT, so I read them also from cover to cover, both the Catholic version and the Protestant version.

This reading confirmed many things which Quran had stated; but there were things in the Bible, I could not agree with. Bible could not present any rational and logical arguments with the text for the things which differed with Quran.

My love of Jesus and Mary did not allow me to accept things in the Bible which were against Jesus’ and Mary’s character and for which Bible could not present any rational and logical reasons, itself, if it was from God Allah YHWH.

I am not against Paul or the gospel writers; but for love of Jesus and Mary, I cannot accept if they write things which are not meaningful.

So the only solution is dialogue and discussion.

Thanks for your offering me to ask questions if I like.

My question is: is it not essential that God’s word should be straightforward for the text as to claims and full of rational and logical reasons stated there in the context, if God is full of Wisdom?

Please forgive me if I said anything which hurt your feelings unknowingly; I had however no intention doing it to you.

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in Quran.


I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

The living Word of God, Quran, answers all the valid queries itself, as to the claims and also to the reasons

May 12, 2009

~The usual context of Quran consists of five preceding and five following verses

brooksrobinson says:

k…Why would Muhammad tell me to turn to the Gospels to learn about Jesus and verify the truthfulness of Muhammad?

paarsurrey says:

Hi friend brookrobisnon

I respect you and your faith also.

Thank you for putting an intelligent question. Would you please elaborate as to where Muhammad did tell you to do so? Would you please quote the reference, if you are referencing from Quran? Please note that the Quran answers the relevant questions in the usual context along with the text.

The usual context consists of five preceding and five following verses; that make total eleven verses to be referred to. Please therefore quote the eleven verses of the chapter of Quran from where your query originated.

I will be waiting anxiously for your response and then we would proceed further. Please do as expeditiously as possible. May be you yourself get your answer from the living Word of God, Quran, if you read the eleven verses intently, you are questioning.

I am not a scholar , just an ordinary man in the stree, but I would try to help you solve your query.

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in Quran; not the tainted Bible authored by the clever Paul and his associates, the sinful scribes who pretended to write the gospels.


I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

The Highest Catholic Clergy terms spoon feeding to the Bible as an act of purifying Bible with reason. Is it purification with reason or interpolation of meanings? One wonders!

May 10, 2009


Catholicism is one amongst the most mythical religions on the globe; yet one wonders the Highest Catholic Priest has the heart to say, please access the link:,8599,1897119,00.html

Pope Benedict’s Latest Take on Islam

“Faith is in fact necessary in a world in which reason alone can become a form of extremism.” “When human reason humbly allows itself to be purified by faith… it is strengthened to resist presumption and reach beyond its own limitations.” I think with this he was perhaps hinting toward the Atheists and the Agnostics who are also called sometimes as Secularists or Humanists.

The Catholics are quitting Church, rather fleeing it to join Atheism Agnosticism, one may like to access in this connection the link:, also reproduced in the CathNewsUSA :

He further added: “Christians describe God, among other ways, as creative Reason, which orders and guides the world,” the Pope said. “Muslims worship God, the Creator of Heaven and Earth, who has spoken to humanity.” The Pope seems to still believe that this distinction — between Christian faith that is “purified” by human reason, and Muslim faith that is simply received from God.

Paarsurrey says:

The Highest Catholic Clergy is a dignitary; and our faith enjoins us to respect dignitaries of all faiths/religions. As an individual he is entitled to free thinking and opinion; and I respect his faith.

So the Catholic faith as incorporated in the Catholic Bible is purified by reason, as he claims, yet it is completely lacking of any reasons, at least I could not find any reasonable, rational, and logical reasons for any theological assertions/expressions made or claimed in it. Kindly correct me if I have misunderstood anything he said.

I would like any Catholics friends viewing this post to present the basic creeds of Catholicism quoting straightforward claims to the essential creeds as also the reasons given, very much there in the context put plainly without their own spoon feeding, which the Clergy might have expressed as purification of the text of the Bible or perhaps a sort of an effort of an interpolation of meaning in the text and the context, yet the world is made to believe that it is very much there or it is a part of the same; while truly speaking it is neither implicitly nor explicitly there.

We Muslims and this humble Ahmadi peaceful Muslim servant in particular, would welcome such a fruitful effort by any Catholic friend who loves the Bible and his faith.

This would afford us to have a comparative study of Catholicism with other faiths for our guidance and would be useful in bridging gaps and understanding between the faiths and denominations.

I may add here that Quran, as I humbly find it, is the most pristine and secure Word of God on the face of this globe. Quran is the Word of God and the Universe is the Work of God. One who finds systematic Laws, generated from Wisdom in the Work of All-Wise the Creator, which appeal to reason of a person; he would find the similar wisdom incorporated in the verses of Quran right there in the usual context with the text. The usual context is, as I find it, of five verses preceding and five verses following.

I think it is opportune time for the Catholics to take benefit from it. They are most welcome here, in this blog, to express them in a reasonable way.

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in Quran not the mythical ones presented by sinful Paul and the sinful scribes.


I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

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