Some friends and I got to talking about the Ground Zero mosque in New York and I mentioned that I'm against it because Muslims flew the planes into the towers for Allah, and that Muslims always build mosques on the sites they conquer. My other friend said that that's because they were following a different version of the Koran, the one that tells Muslims to kill infidels. I'm confused because isn't there only one Koran? And even if there are two, there are still several other books that Muslims consider holy that tell them to kill too.
Are there really two versions of the Koran?
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1
In the event of darkness, depression, sadness, or loneliness, your Bible can be used as a flotation device.