knowledge is power. Are you aware that the Koran, Torah, and Holy Bible are virtually identical up to the New Testament? including: The story of Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Noah's Ark, Abraham, Issac, Elijah, King David and Jacob, and Israel ect. ect. ect; Also, are you aware of the violence which ensued as a result of separate beliefs during the foundation of the United States as well as the violence which occurred in England due to the separate beliefs of Protestants, Catholics, and Quakers? The only thing that varies between the Koran, Torah, and Holy Bible is in the name in which God is called by. The explanation for the variation in God's name could be as simple as a language barrier,or, if you speak to any educated Christian preacher of any faith, they will tell you that nobody knows the true name of God as somebody some where along the line in re-writing the Holy Bible has taken that out. The Koran also recognizes much of the New Testament and has many identical stories concerning Jesus Christ. The only difference is the Koran recognizes Jesus as a prophet and it also recognizes another prophet who came after Jesus name Muhammad where as the Holy Bible recognizes Jesus as the son of God. The Torah does not make reference to Jesus at all, that comes from the Jewish religion. As for myself, I have a deep faith in God, however, I claim no religion, because I find that all religions share one common acronym, which I believe to be vanity and that is WAR-We Are Right, even though the Koran, The Torah, and the Holy Bible all 3 teach that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, this is not at all strictly a new testament teaching, and if you do not believe me, please feel free to read through the book of Ecclesiastes. I believe that all 3 are the word of God, however, over the past 2000+years that translations and words may have gotten mixed up! And that the main important thing is to have a personal relationship with God yourself, regardless as to the name in which you choose to call him by, read his word, according to the word that you were taught to read, even though some other idiot probably changed parts of it, do unto others as yea would have them do unto you, and recognize that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, including you! Can I get an Amen? BTW, did you know Amen means So Be it! That is why we say it at the end of a prayer!