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3 Responses to “What Our Conversations Tell Us”

  1. John Rankin says:

    Where in the Qur’an, the Sunna or the Shari’a
    is there any language of being made in the image of Allah?

    Yahweh Elohim, in the nature and essence of his Name in the Hebrew, is greater than space, time and number, thus he equals diversity in service to unity, and hence we find the predicate for community and checks and balances in the image-bearing human community, and accordingly, the liberty that serves life.

    Allah is defined by the human mathematics of the number one, having “no companions,” and thus he is unity without diversity, and in the social order this leads to no intrinsic checks and balances on human power, and hence, imposed conformity.

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  2. Josh Glaser says:

    Brilliant. Beautiful.

  3. john Chaffin says:

    Well put, Mike. Thanks

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