Is Allah God?

The following video is the analysis of a man who apparently tries to prove why God can be a Man. Quote:

Muslims are always attacking the principal that God cannot become a man. They say, however, that God is omnipotent and can do anything. Yet by saying he cannot become a man, they take away his omnipotence, which is an internal contradiction. I think we need to stop telling God what he can or cannot do, imposing our own criteria on him. God’s word tells me that my God, Yahweh, became a man many times throughout the Bible, proving he was big enough to do so. Maybe the Allah of the Qur’an is not big, or omnipotent enough to become a man. If that is what you think, then come on home to a bigger God, Yahweh, who did become a man right at the beginning, walking and talking with Adam and Eve, in the Garden of Eden, and most recently as Jesus Christ!

So watch what this man preaches:

Bollocks. Watch what this other man, Peter, asks, “If Christianity is true, why is Islam growing?”:

[Youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZEDWLbIEKs]

More Bollocks. Foolishness. I’m tired of this pointless reversing. Keep it straight, don’t make believing in The One critically complicated.

The man from the first Video, Jay Smith explains this posts title:

Malarky, without solid logic. Watch the following:

This Jay Smith guy is intresting. He has a number of videos that argue his *ahem* points, I would like to really discuss them, but time is a valuble asset I’m missing….studies brothers and sisters, I’m sorry I haven’t been posting anything. I’ll try to keep up. Jazakallahu Khair.

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