Apostate Dale Tuggy attempted to critique Bnonn's argument (comment #'s 3, 5) on:
Naturally, Dale tries to formulate a dilemma using his standard tactics. Recasting the issue in terms favorable to his anti-Trinitarianism.
However, for purposes of Bnonn's syllogism, it isn't necessary to get technical. Rather, it's sufficient to say that:
i) Muslims don't view Jesus as divine in the same sense that Scripture views Jesus as divine
ii) Muslims don't worship Jesus in the same way that Scripture commends worship of Jesus
Indeed, (i) & (ii) are understated.
Of course, Tuggy rejects the Christian interpretation of Biblical Christology, but Tuggy's interpretation was never the standard of comparison for Bnonn's syllogism.