According to Qur’ān Jews and Christians will go to heaven

Islam is a world religion made up of proud Muslims, the norm is to boast in the fact that you’re “born into” a Muslim family. The other is people who “reverted” and took their shahada confessing in Allah and his messenger Muhammad which is tantamount to shirk (associating partners with Allah).

Last but not least they boast in numbers claiming Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, not to mention there are thousands of Muslims leaving Islam. The truth is Islam is not growing by conversion but by birth rate. Muslim men can have multiple wives (upwards of 4 at a time) and will have multiple children raising them as Muslims.

Surah Ali ‘Imran 3:19

In the Qur’ān we’re told the only religion that will be accepted is Islam, this is found in Surah Ali ‘Imran. The truth tells us a different story, there’s a contradiction verse 2:62 says Christians, Jews and Sabaeans[1] will go to heaven. Notice the words in the present tense “those who are” is a continual state.

Surah Al-Baqarah 2:62

If Christians, Jews and Sabaeans will also go to heaven then how can Islam be the true religion? This proves that Allah not only accepts Islam but also accepts Christianity, Judaism and Sabaeans who worshipped “spiritual entities”. The next verse solidifies the contradiction, not only does Allah accept 3 different groups of people saying they will go to heaven.

Verse 3:85 says any other belief will be rejected that is not Islam. Is this the kind of god Muslims worship a god who contradicts himself over and over again? The truth is Allah doesn’t exist this is all the made-up stories of Muhammad who contradicted himself time and time again.

Surah Ali ‘Imran 3:85

The true God Yahweh never contradicts Himself, this is one way how we can distinguish between Yahweh and Allah. You be the judge for yourself read the verses and come to your own conclusion.

Conclusion

How can these verses co-exist? Certain verses say the only religion is Islam yet Allah accepts Christians, Jews and Sabaeans; these are 3 groups who don’t believe in Allah nor his silly prophet who can’t even keep his story straight. All of the errors in the Qur’ān prove it’s not a book from god. Muslims we are calling you to come to the true God Jesus Christ the real God of Muhammad the false prophet.

I’d like to hear from Muslims on how they rectify this error in the Qur’ān.

Footnotes

[1] In a note on the port of Muhamrah (‘ Proceedings,’ 1891, p. 297), I see a remark on the Sabwans, and the expression of a desire for some information, For readers who will content themselves with some little information on the subject, the following extracts from my note-book may be of interest, and for those who wish to study the subject further, I attach a bibliography. Mir Abdul Latif Khin Shushtar?, a Persian author who wrote at the end of last century, says as follows in his ‘Tohfat ul ’Alem’: “Some unbelievers called Sab’ah live at Shushtar. Their religion is considered to be a mixture of the Christian and Jewish faiths. They are not the planet-worshippers mentioned in the Gor’an, for they do not worship the stars. They also are not idolaters, and are neither Christians nor Jews. One of their customs is to go every morning into the river up to their waist, look towards the sun and pray, wash themselves, and then go away. Most of these people are goldsmiths, and some are clever agriculturists, One of my relatives frequently conversed with them, and asked them questions as to their faith. They said that their prophet was John, the son of Zacharias, and that Jesus, the son of Mary, had been one of his principal disciples, One man gave out that Ibrahim Khalil Ullah (Abraham) was a son of John’s maternal aunt, and that he brought up and educated John, My relative questioned these people many times and wrote down everything they said, but their statements varied every time. This religion exists only in Khizistan, and not in any other part of Persia. Houtum-Schindler, A. (1891). Notes on the Sabæans. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and Monthly Record of Geography, 13(11), 663–669. https://doi.org/10.2307/1800947

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