When God said, I will have mercy and not sacrifice, that was bad news for Islam because God is saying that all rituals and rites involved in worship do not in and of themselves make atonement. The Muslim believes he is stacking up credit in the form of piety to make atonement for his past sins but in reality he is just deceiving himself

What God is really saying here is that religious rites or rituals cannot make atonement for past sins. No matter how many times a Muslim kills an animal or performs a religious ritual it does not make atonement for any of his past sins and it is not a meritorious act in itself that puts God in our debt in any way at all. Muslims believe that they are acts of piety that merit a reward from their god Allah. When will Muslims wake up to this fact instead of pretending that their rituals make atonement for their past sins.

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4 Responses to When God said, I will have mercy and not sacrifice, that was bad news for Islam because God is saying that all rituals and rites involved in worship do not in and of themselves make atonement. The Muslim believes he is stacking up credit in the form of piety to make atonement for his past sins but in reality he is just deceiving himself

  1. Faiz says:

    Lol, yak, yak, yak. Madman, you’re deceiving yourself. Your lying spirit feeds you lies.

    Religious rituals are commanded by God. Therefore, to perform them is to obey God. But of course, that is only one way to get closer to God. Doing good works, like feeding the poor and taking care of orphans, is another way. But lest we forget, our salvation comes from Allah’s mercy. Faith in Allah will save us.

    If God said that He desires mercy and not sacrifice, it’s a devastating refutation of the Christian religion. Hahaha! But leave it to the madman to try and twist the meaning. Christianity requires sacrifice for atonement. Islam does not. Guess which religion is debunked? 😉

    When will brainwashed buffoons like the madman open their eyes and realize they’ve been duped?

  2. Faiz says:

    Here is a Jewish scholar who completely refutes the nonsensical and utterly bankrupt system of atonement in Christianity:

  3. Anonymous says:

    Really a typical of Trinitarian amateurish error.
    Nowhere do God and Jesus indicate that God will not anymore want the “good works” for atonement. Only “sacrifice” is dismissed and mentioned for negation particularly there. That’s it.
    It is just a silly non-sequitur, red-herring, even as beating a dead horse to claim that God throws out the good works from way of atonement.

  4. θ says:

    Satan has blinded the mind, eyes and heart the Trinitarians so that they can’t see or read a simple word for the dismissal or negation there, that is “sacrifice”, not the rite nor good works.

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