The debate "The quran does not change but sharia does cherrypicking possibly" was started by
November 14, 2016, 5:37 am.
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What is the interpretation of putting Jews and christians to the sword. How do we interpret the expansion of Islam under Muhammad. How do we interpret the expansion of islam under the Four Caliphs. The Caliphate in general should seem blasphemous; however, the founders of islam created them. If we look at these together, we see that lines explaining defensive conflicts are not straightforward. What was the moral justification of the expansion of islam by violent means?
theres only 1 interpretation. amything that anybody else says is fabrication. the quran even speaks on people who try to twist the meaning and create their own interpretations. the whole bullshit of there being different interpretations was first created by christians who were too weak to adhere to their holy scripture fully. thats why the quran spoke on these people but obviously a lot of people do still create their own interpretations for their own agenda.
You can defend a lot of things through the Qur'an depending on interpretation.
May you explain your point of view, but can you put emphasis on Sharia Law. Predominantly on how Sharia law changes, but the Quran stays the same and how that can possibly be due to cherry picking?
I'd say that all scripture is that way.....