Luke and Matthew know nothing of Jesus’ pre-existence or his divine incarnation. In fact both gospels suggest the son of God was *created* in the womb of Mary.
Here are quotations from three eminent Christian scholars – all personally believers in the Trinity – but honest enough to put the facts of the gospels before dogma. They are agreed that the gospels of Luke and Matthew know nothing… Read More ›
by Paul Martin July 12, 2017 Can Muslims know God? Can atheists? Jews? Are only “born again” Christians part of the Body of Christ? Recently on Facebook, I got into this not so cozy little conversation on these questions. My… Read More ›
‘This is it, the final segment to the Paul Williams show. In this segment, Paul tells us why Muhammad (upon whom be peace) is the prophet and messenger of God!’
In a tweet today Dr Michael Bird innocently lets slip a truth about Christian worship I have often discussed in conversations with Christians, namely that they worship a man, a created being. Christians usually (and illogically) deny they do this… Read More ›
Filmed at London Central Mosque.
[Nota Bene: I hope (time permitting and God willing) to do a series of entries for this blog on the subject of the plausibility of Christian doctrine in light of “natural revelation” (i.e. what can be inferred from observing creation)…. Read More ›
At Speakers Corner yesterday I had a fascinating and enjoyable inter-faith dialogue with Joseph Cohen, the leader of the Israel Advocacy Movement in London.
Paul Williams talks about the nonsense Christian preachers spew to the few behind the pew. Good thing we’re Muslims, Phew!
Paul Williams continues on from the last episode; the topic of conversation shifts to the early Christian monotheism and how today it is anything but monotheistic. Featuring Hussain Thomas.
Jason Thomas starts with the idea of the Holy Ghost in Islam and Paul Williams compares Dante’s Divine Comedy with the early Church understanding of hell/purgatory and then contrasts this with the Islamic variant!
Where did Jesus say “I am God, worship me”? Did Jesus imply that he’s God himself? article by Dale Tuggy David Wood, a convicted criminal turned polemicist against Islam, suffered a crushing rebuttal of his argument that Jesus implied he… Read More ›
Forum of LGBT Christians was held in Chisinau, under the slogan “Nothing can separate us from the love of God”. Islam teaches that we submit to our Lord; He does not submit to us! God is always there for us, but… Read More ›
The existence of God is proven by existence. The existence of existence is proven by the one for whom it exists.
An excellent overview of this pressing question
Jonathan Brown is the Alwaleed bin Talal Chair of Islamic Civilization in the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, and he is the Director of the Alwaleed bin Talal Center for Muslim Christian Understanding.
Is this a powerful, state-of-the-art biblical argument for the Trinity? reblogged from Trinities Some would say that Reformed apologist Dr. James White, director of Alpha and Omega Ministries, is the best contemporary debater on behalf of traditional catholic views on… Read More ›
Published on Apr 24, 2017 by Dale Tuggy, Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York, where he teaches courses in analytic theology, philosophy of religion, religious studies, and the history of philosophy. http://trinities.org/blog/podcast-180… Dealing with this inconsistent triad… Read More ›