Another reminder about the lecture on Saturday: Jesus – God or Prophet.

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Categories: Bible, Christianity, Daw'ah

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  1. LOL, again with the half of what Christians believe. The answer to your topic is YES. and MORE.

    He is a real Human-being, Prophet, King, High Priest and yes he is God. Its not one or the other its all of the above and more.

    But you can’t do that, no Muslim can or will.

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  2. you are a theologian? could you please inform us about your credentials?

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  3. Wouldn’t than make you unjust by posting and advertising the false claim that you are a theologian? shouldn’t you post a disclaimer?

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  4. May Allah Al Hayy Al Qayyeum bless your work.

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  5. You espect people to scroll down and read all the comments before finding out that you have no credentials in the field of theology (when you initial post say you do)?

    seems you are not very sincere in this matter.

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  6. Lol, I’m not the one posing as a theologian, advertising it on twitter and internet, when infact i have no credentials at all in the field or in what field whatsoever. This is not the type of behaviour you espect to see from a middle age man.

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    • theologian (ˌθɪəˈləʊdʒɪən)
      n
      (Theology) a person versed in or engaged in the study of theology, esp Christian theology
      Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers

      So I guess I am a theologian after all!

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  7. Lol, now who needs a life. Continue your believe that you are a theologian. THE funny and ironic thing is that you praise Ali altaie for stating hè has a PhD and don”t debate “amateures”. Not realising that you are onze posing as a theologian. Gotta love THE irony.

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  8. That happens when english is your third language. But i believe that even you can grasp my point. Nice ad hominem tho. Regards from someone with actuel credentials in the field of theology.

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