Most believers in the tenacity of the New Testament would tell you the answer is absolutely “no”, but there is reason to disagree once one takes a look at the manuscript evidence. Today we’ll be taking a look at Mark… Read More ›
Response to DontConvert2Islam – Does Islam Affirm the Bible?
An informative response on the misuse of a specific hadith: and God knows best.
The Historicity of the New Testament – Dr. Robert Price & Br. Ijaz Ahmad
A quick half an hour conversation between Dr. Robert M. Price and myself on the Historicity of the New Testament, this includes social formation, mythmaking, ipssisima vox, NTTC, and more! Facebook Mirror: Click Here and God knows best.
James White: Sam Shamoun Ignorant About Bible And CBGM
An interesting video to say the least, though I do think it is unfair to expect someone of Sam’s background to understand the Science of Textual Criticism at any competent level.
Finding Muhammad (peace be upon him) in the Bible by Dr. Ali Ataie
An excellent lecture by Dr. Ali Ataie!
Biblical Misknowledge by DCCI?
DCCI – Defend Christ, Critique Islam is a Christian missionary group that engages in interfaith debates primarily with Muslims (if its name wasn’t a giveaway in the first place!). One of the more notable trends seems to be a lack… Read More ›
Bible Passages on a Quranic Manuscript?
Given the discovery of the palimpsest text that is now up for auction at Christie’s, it should be pointed out that one of the primary reasons we do not find much manuscripts like this is because Muslims aren’t allowed to… Read More ›
Dr. Bart Ehrman on the Qur’an in 2018
Br. Sabbagh recently had the opportunity to sit with Dr. Ehrman, have a meal and a quick interview, in this brief clip he speaks on the Qur’an and as to why he cannot accept Christianity and the New Testament. YouTube… Read More ›
Introduction to the New Testament (Part 1) with Br. Ijaz Ahmad
I recently did a quick 15 minute introduction to the New Testament that seems to have benefited quite a few folks, here’s the video: and God knows best!
How Many Verses Say God is Three?
Popular Muslim apologist, Br. Aqil Onque (otherwise known as Radush Shubuhaat) asks a very simple question. You can find the post here, publicly on Facebook. What do you think?
A Bible for Slaves
A unique part of history, a terrifying part of history that shows how the Bible was used to justify slavery. It’s entitled, “Parts of the Holy Bible selected for use of the Negro Slaves in the British West-India Islands”. Shocking… Read More ›
God: The Exalted One or the Humiliated One
An excellent clip from one of Br. Aqil’s debates: and God knows best.
The Criterion of Embarrassment and the Women of Luke
The Criterion of Embarrassment is an oft-used historical tool by those who seek to authenticate and validate the New Testament Gospels insofar as they are understood as historical literature. However, a thoughtful review of this historical tool in light of… Read More ›
Is Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) mentioned by the name in the Bible?
Those who follow the Messenger, the unlettered prophet, whom they find written in what they have of the Torah and the Gospel… [Al A’raaf 157] It comes to my attention, initially brought by brother Abdullah (hafidzahullah) in his comment thread… Read More ›
A Few Brief Words on N.T. Wright’s: The Resurrection of the Son of God
A Guest Article by Andrew Livingston If there are any people out there more often and more confidently quoted by Christian apologists and their fans than N.T. Wright, there can’t be all that many of them.  And there is… Read More ›
Textual Criticism Versus Evangelical Beliefs
There has been a trend of late where evangelical apologists are trying to normalize the use of textual criticism in their understanding of the New Testament. This however, leaves them in an untenable position trying to balance the divergence of… Read More ›
Variants Don’t Affect Beliefs Except When They Do
I’ve previously posted on the issue of how just one letter can create a theological conundrum in the New Testament. On Christmas Day Dr. James White of Alpha and Omega Ministries also posted a variant that affects the beliefs of… Read More ›
The Changes to the First Words in the New Testament
Last month I published a paper on how the very first words in the New Testament evolved over time. It was entitled, “The Inscriptio of the Gospel Attributed to Matthew.” Today we have produced a 2 minute video that simplifies… Read More ›
The Inscriptio of the Gospel Attributed to Matthew
For many Christians the authorial identity behind the first Gospel (as per the Augustinian order), commonly attributed to Matthew usually appears to be a matter of little or no concern. This is in part due to the inscriptio of the… Read More ›
A Rejoinder to Samuel Green
This was a one one-line response by Reverend Samuel Green to one of Tovia Singer’s arguments against the idea Genesis 22 is a foreshadowing or prophecy of the Messiah being crucified. Rev. Green partially quotes point 3 (he only cites… Read More ›
The Problem of the Thief and the Crucifixion
Introduction In perhaps what is one of the most perplexing passages of the New Testament, we find a story during the alleged crucifixion of Jesus the Christ that challenges the very core of commonly held Christian beliefs about Christ and… Read More ›
Bible says Canaanites were wiped out by Israelites but scientists just found their descendants living in Lebanon
It is a command that led the leading atheist Richard Dawkins to claim that the God of the Old Testament was “a vindictive, bloodthirsty ethnic cleanser … a genocidal … megalomaniacal, sadomasochistic, capriciously malevolent bully”. For God had ordered the… Read More ›
McLatchie argues that Acts is “trinitarian”
Dale Tuggy shows how McLatchie attempt to read his evangelical tradition into the New Testament text as fallacious and if consistently applied would lead to silly interpretations. Read the whole devastating critique of McLatchie reasoning at Professor Dale Tuggy’s Trinities blog …
Bible Sanctions Prepubescent Child Marriages
Kaleef K. Karim Numbers 31:18 does sanction child marriage. Let’s now examine the verse: “Now therefore kill every male among the little ones (taph), and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the female… Read More ›
Does Christianity Really Necessitate Ransom For Salvation?
Does Christianity really necessitate ransom for salvation? A comparative examination of vicarious atonement and repentance in biblical light Question Mark Prelude In the recent past Muslim Apologist and Speaker, Paul Williams engaged in a debate regarding the concept… Read More ›
Ordinary Church Service Where Everybody Gets Whipped
Just an Ordinary Church Service Where Everybody Gets Whipped A whole congregation line up, one by one, Christians get lashed by a Priest. Watch the video: Source: Kenyans.co.ke “When the missionaries came to Africa they had the Bible and we had… Read More ›
How Paul’s Personal Problem Became Corner Stone Of Christianity!
How Paul’s personal problem became Corner Stone of Christianity! “when the commandment came, sin sprang to life, and I died. And the commandment which was meant to bring life, in my case brought death.” – Paul Question Mark Introduction God revealed Laws… Read More ›
Rape And Forced Marriage In Deuteronomy 21:10-14
Kaleef K. Karim The answer to the above is that, Yahweh does not condemn rape. It actually encourages/allows rape-forced marriage. The passage below mentioned is thrown around by evangelists, according to them this passage gave captives a right, they were… Read More ›
The Engineering Behind Jesus’ (p) Title As “Lamb Of God”
Examining the Engineering behind Jesus’ (p) title as “Lamb of God” Question Mark Introduction We have been arguing on good grounds that gospels elicit internal evidences – in fact, hard evidences – which alludes that its verses have… Read More ›