Earlier this week, James White debated Shabir Ally in London. As usual, James drew attention to the inconsistency of Muslim apologists. Shabir appeals to radical anti-supernaturalist scholars when he discusses the Bible, and yet he would never think of applying the standards of "orientalists" to the Qur'an. Amazingly, Shabir criticizes Christian debaters for the very inconsistency he is guilty of (and, thus, he is inconsistent in his condemnation of inconsistency). Even more amazing, Shabir defends his application of double standards (but would never accept such an absurd defense of double standards from Christians). One has to wonder: If one of Islam's top debaters acknowledges that he cannot attack Christianity without applying double standards, what does this say about his position?
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