These questions all presuppose that such laws actually exist in the Bible, and so we would like to ask our Muslim friends...
where in the entire Bible of both Old and New Testaments does Yahweh God ever say:
1) the Messiah will not be proven to be God unless He first claims that, "I am God. Worship Me?"
2) His followers are not His followers if He does not first call them by a certain name?
3) His Book is not His Book unless He has first given it a name?
4) the noun referring to the practice of following Him must also be named by Him?
5) the Triune Godhead does not exist unless God first names it in His Book as "The Trinity?"
We have shown many times that Yahweh never sent Muhammad and that therefore there is no connection between his claims in the Quran and God's truth in the Bible. And so the Muslim's only option now is to show us where we can find these alleged commands in our Bible. Only then will they become in any way binding on us or the Jews.
In short, just because Allah names things in his Quran doesn't mean the same rule applies to Jews and Christians. "He named it and you claim it" just won't work here.
So where are these "laws" in the Bible, Muslims?
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