From Atheism to Belief: A Journey to Islam in North America by Dr. Jeffrey Lang (Part 14/17,Q&A2)

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6 Responses to “From Atheism to Belief: A Journey to Islam in North America by Dr. Jeffrey Lang (Part 14/17,Q&A2)”

  1. By AYEMAQ on Nov 29, 2008 | Reply

    FOR JIFFBROWNS my …
    FOR JIFFBROWNS my friend ur just lost all may allah guide u thats all we can say ameen.

  2. By jeffbrown8 on Nov 29, 2008 | Reply

    so if Jeffrey Lang …
    so if Jeffrey Lang , according to his belief of the afterlife, has spoken half of his life about Isalm, will he be a big mouth in the afterlife? those were his deeds.. It’s sad that Mohammed was ignorant of the Pardon for all sins, and he ties eternal life to deeds and God’s mercy.Mohammed said that Jesus was never crucified..and then Mohammed drums up a conspiracy.Jeffrey Lang is a victim of Mohammed’s ignorant beliefs. No amount of deeds wipes away sin or a crime that must be paid for.

  3. By jeffbrown8 on Nov 29, 2008 | Reply

    Jeffrey Lang ties …
    Jeffrey Lang ties the belief of hellfire into his own made up belief of spiritual growth.
    Yet he denies the pardon for all sins, that happened 600 years before Mohammed came by– Mohammed being ignorant saying that our deeds will be the sole cause of our destiny– Jeffrey Lang doesn’t bring anything new– he surely doesn’t understand God’s grace given in Jesus- eternal life as a gift not deserved instead of a wage… it would have been better that Jeffrey Lang stayed an unbeliever

  4. By heidi1981work on Nov 29, 2008 | Reply

    God is just that …
    God is just that includes that no one inherits a sin of another. you are only responsible for your own actions.
    and God is merciful he forgives sins.
    how would God be just if he punishes us for something we didn’t do? how can God be forgiving if he doesn’t forgive our own sins?

  5. By Cappuccinodude on Nov 29, 2008 | Reply

    yup i guess revert …
    yup i guess revert would be the appropriate word.

  6. By asalamalikoom on Nov 29, 2008 | Reply

    One never converts …
    One never converts to Islam, but only returns to his or her original nature. Allah Akbar… Welcome back Dr Lang

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