Is the Vigil of the Feast of All Saints really a mere redressing of a pagan festival?
Readers will know all about the trenchant criticism leveled at Muslims when we cite respected mainstream Bible scholars like Professor Bart Ehrman. Christian polemicist Sam Shamoun and others accuse us of hypocrisy and double standards. But lo and behold Sam… Read More ›
Imam Ibn al-Qayyim was a prominent Muslim jurist during Islam’s Golden Age. He also composed poetry. Among his more famous works was a poem entitled A’obbad al-Maseeh Fi Naqd al-Nasraniyyah (O Christ-Worshipers! In Answering Christianity). This Poem is well-known in… Read More ›
On this day in 1553, the condemned heretic Michael Servetus was burned at the stake in Geneva, largely thanks to the efforts of theologian and Protestant reformer John Calvin. Though he remains popular and influential today, Calvin’s involvement in this… Read More ›
Christians have always had much more in common with Jews and Muslims than they’ve ever had with secularists, including segregation and dress codes for worship. It was mandated in the 1917 Code of Canon Law. Canon 1262 states: 1. It… Read More ›
Brother Paul Williams berdebat dengan seorang Missionari Kristian mengenai bukti Triniti di dalam Bible.
Did Ravi Zacharias threaten suicide (in writing, no less!) to cover up an online affair he was having with a married woman? It looks like it, and he does not deny it in his lengthy court filing.
Recently, a video was published demonstrating that Jonathan McLatchie plagiarised from Sam Shamoun’s online article in his debate with Br. Yusuf Ismail. When I first noticed this, I produced a written document citing the times he had done so in… Read More ›
Several days ago I published a quick review demonstrating that most of McLatchie’s time was spent reading from the Bible (20 of 30 minutes) during his debate with Br. Yusuf Ismail. Yet of those remaining 10 minutes it has been… Read More ›
Asghar Bukhari, on his FB, writes about his experience with a Nigerian experience: I met a Nigerian Christian today. Well somehow [the] conversation turns to Jews backing israel. He starts telling me the Bible says God supports Jews against their… Read More ›
“scholarship since the 19th century…Trinitarianism can only be found in the NT if the reader…puts it there.”
Isaac Newton was a fierce critic of the Trinitarian corruption of Christianity: A review by A.N. Wilson John Calvin believed that human nature was a ‘permanent factory of idols’; the mind conceived them, and the hand gave them birth. Isaac… Read More ›