Filmed yesterday in London
In the Jesus said… post below patrobin makes some very astute points and asks three very good questions. So good in fact that I want to make a separate post for them. Enjoy..
Death can come anytime. It doesn’t matter if you’re healthy or wealthy, you’ll have to go when it’s time. You can’t challenge or avoid it: | Wherever you may be, death will overtake you, even if you are in high… Read More ›
“Surely Allah upholds the heavens and the earth lest they come to naught…” (Surah Fatir 35:41) Today’ Independent reports: Our universe shouldn’t exist, scientists say. The most elite scientists in the world are still struggling to find why exactly our universe didn’t… Read More ›
Brother Paul Williams berdebat dengan seorang Missionari Kristian mengenai bukti Triniti di dalam Bible.
this is very good
Ard A. Louis is a Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of Oxford, where he leads an interdisciplinary research group studying problems on the border between chemistry, physics and biology, and is also director of graduate studies in theoretical… Read More ›
Look at how Francis throws the Catholic tradition under the bus in light of “new understanding of Christian truth.” God in the Bible and St Thomas Aquinas would disagree. But this pope knows better. The Jesuit Review reports Pope Francis… 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 ›
Filmed yesterday at Speakers Corner. I want to stress that I have had a haircut since then 😦
By DANIEL HAQIQATJOU In order to explain the Sharia to your Christian neighbor, simply ask this series of questions: Do you believe in God? If so, do you believe that God loves humanity? If so, do you believe that God… Read More ›
One can often hear some Muslims puzzle over why in Islam Jews, Christians, Sikhs and others, aren’t considered believers (mu’minun); given that they all profess faith in One God and love of Him. Ibn al-Qayyim explains why not every person… Read More ›