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  1. If Jesus wanted to say that the law will never be changed he would not have added the phrase at the end: “till all be fulfilled”.

    He would have stopped at the word law:

    “For verily I say unto you, Till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one tittle shall in no wise pass from the law”.

    By adding the words “till all be fulfilled” he was actually declaring the opposite to your interpretation, i.e. he was saying that the parts of the law will change but only after “all is fulfilled”.

    The phrase “till heaven and earth pass” is a way of saying that no change can take place without certain things happening first.

    So I would say your whole interpretation is built on an erroneous premise.

    Of course there is much more about this presentation that just doesn’t add up in my view.

  2. Islam scraps the Sabbath, does away with the Royal Law, dispenses with the teaching of the Good Samaritan and the Golden Rule and teaches the opposite of what Jesus teaches in the Sermon on the Mount with respect to how we should treat our ideological enemies and non-believers.

    In addition to this it adds on a load of superstitious pagan baggage.

    In view of all this you then have the audacity to claim that it is nearer to the teachings of Jesus than the apostle Paul.

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