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GOD does not forgive idolatry, but He forgives lesser offenses for whomever He wills. Anyone who sets up idols beside GOD, has forged a horrendous offense. 4:48

GOD does not forgive idol worship (if maintained until death), and He forgives lesser offenses for whomever He wills. Anyone who idolizes any idol beside GOD has strayed far astray. 4:116

Corruption in Islam, Christianity & Judaism

Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have been corrupted beyond recognition. more >>

Idolatry among those who claim to worship God alone

The Quran commands us to worship God alone (39:35). We worship God alone by more >>


The Quran, informs us that Jesus was a human messenger of God whose sole mission was to deliver God's message; he never possessed any power, and is now dead. Those who consider Jesus to be God, or Son of God, or part of a trinity are "pagans." Outstanding Christian scholars have reached these same conclusions more >>

Book of James from the New Testament and the Quran

The following comparison will show that the word of God as written in the book of JAMES is the same word of God as written in the QURAN, and that both scriptures support the worship of God alone.
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