1) Spiritual rewards will be the same in paradise as they are now for good Muslims.

Qur'an 2:25 And give good news to those who believe and do good deeds, that for them are Gardens in which rivers flow. Whenever they are given a portion of the fruit thereof, they will say: This is what was given to us before; and they are given the like of it. And for them therein are pure companions and therein they will abide.

Conclusion: The good news for Muslims is that they will have gardens instead of deserts.


2) Allah loves big spenders since they keep the economy going.

Qur'an 3:132-133 And hasten to forgiveness from your Lord and a Garden, as wide as the heavens and the earth; it is prepared for those who keep their duty: Those who spend in ease as well as in adversity and those who restrain their anger and pardon men. And Allah loves the doers of good to others.

Conclusion: Big spenders are keeping their Islamic duty and will be in paradise.


3) Muslims must keep their duty to Islam in order to be in paradise.

Qur'an 13:35 A parable of the Garden which is promised to those who keep their duty: Therein flow rivers. Its fruits are perpetual and its plenty. Such is the end for those who keep their duty; and the end for the disbelievers is the Fire.

Conclusion: Muslims don't need a Savior since they save themselves through good deeds.


4) Muslims will have additional heavens to acquire through duty to Islam.

Qur'an 39:20 But those who keep their duty to their Lord, for them are high places, above them higher places, built for them, wherein rivers flow. It is the promise of Allah. Allah fails not in His promise.

Conclusion: Eternal progression is a pagan element used by Muhammad for evangelizing.


5) Muslims doing good deeds will be entertained in paradise.

Qur'an 32:19 As for those who believe and do good deeds, for them are Gardens, a refuge - an entertainment for what they did.

Conclusion: Muslims will be self-centered in paradise as they are entertained.


6) Muslims will each have a couch and all the fruit that they can eat in paradise.

Qur'an 36:55-57 Surely the owners of the Garden are on that day in a happy occupation. They and their wives are in shades, reclining on raised couches. They have fruits therein, and they have whatever they desire.

Conclusion: The Muslim paradise will resemble a pagan orgy under shade trees.


7) Muslim men who keep their duty to Islam will have young women in paradise.

Qur'an 78:31-34 Surely for those who keep their duty is achievement, Gardens and vineyards, and youthful companions, equals in age, and a pure cup.

Qur'an footnote: Kawaib is the plural of Kaib, which when applied to a girl, means youthful or one nearing maturity.

Conclusion: The Muslim paradise will resemble a pagan orgy in gardens and the Qur'an is the word of lustful false prophet and not Scripture.