In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, The Merciful

I learned of Islam while in highschool back in the 1970's... I was raised as a Christian in the Baptist faith, went to church religiously, even studied the catholic creed.. thought I wanted to be a nun (ha ha). I just could not find the rationale and peace in Christianity.. many questions were never answered.. just told to be afraid of hell.. Christ would redeem us.. always questioned.. why was Jesus crucified and no one else??? why was Jesus / god white?? how can three be one and the same?? questioned the trinity?? I was first attracted to a Muslim sister I saw on the train at 16 years old.. she had an aura that was beautiful.. made a promise to myself that one day I wanted to be like her.. only Allah knew what would have become of me.. He was merciful.. I am Muslim now 22 years. al hamdu lilah


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Quran's STUNNING Divine Miracles: [1]

Allah Almighty also promised in several Divine Prophecies that He will show the Glorious Quran's Miracles to mankind:

1-  The root letters for "message" and all of its derivatives occur 513 times throughout the Glorious Quran.  Yet, all Praise and Glory are due to Allah Almighty Alone, the Prophets' and Messengers' actual names (Muhammad, Moses, Noah, Abraham, Lot etc....) were also all mentioned 513 times in the Glorious Quran.  The detailed breakdown of all of this is thoroughly listed here.  This Miracle is covered in 100s (hundreds) of Noble Verses.

2-  Allah Almighty said that Prophet Noah lived for 950 years.  Yet, all Praise and Glory are due to Allah Almighty Alone, the entire Noble Surah (chapter Noah) is exactly written in 950 Letters.  You can thoroughly see the accurate count in the scanned images.

Coincidence?  See 1,000s of examples [1].  Quran's Stunning Numerical & Scientific Miracles.

Islam also thoroughly rejects as man-made lies the Trinity and Crucifixion [2].  Jesus was also thoroughly called
slave of GOD [1] in both the OT and NT.