When your Evangelical preacher accidentally tweets in support of Tahajjud and Fajr prayers… If God can’t sleep, then what was Jesus doing in this passage? Jesus was inside the boat, sleeping with his head on a pillow. The followers went… Read More ›
Christ Church Cathedral put up the display at their lawn on Monument Circle overnight. It shows statues of Mary, Joseph and Jesus in a cage. “On our lawn tonight we placed The Holy Family…in #ICE detention,” the church wrote on… Read More ›
I’m not sure why they keep doing this to themselves. It’s amazing how most missionaries ignore the existence of Zechariach Chapters 12 to 14. A simple reading shows great violence toward unbelievers, including mass torture, genocide and forced worship.
An excellent clip from one of Br. Aqil’s debates: and God knows best.
Br. Wael Ibrahim recently had a debate in China with a Christian scholar. In this amazing clip he asks, “Where is the Gospel of Jesus the Christ” and gives a spectacular answer! Click here to watch the video on Facebook…. Read More ›
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 ›
R’ Yisroel C. Blumenthal: Educational Director at JudaismResources.com
Genesis 22 is the Biblical account of Abraham being tested in sacrificing his son. It begins: After these things God tested Abraham and said to him, “Abraham!” And he said, “Here I am.” 2 He said, “Take your son, your… Read More ›
Sheikh Imran Hossein and Dr. Shabir Ally on the period in the life of Jesus the Messiah (peace be upon him) : his entrance visit to Jerusalem and leading alleged crucifixion and his mission.
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 ›
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 ›
Did earliest Christians believe (alleged) crucifixion to be Indispensable? An account of the earliest biblical Christians who did not believe crucifixion to be imperative! Question Mark Introduction, Background and Premise Paul had made it indispensible for his followers… Read More ›
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 ›
How Were The People Before Crucifixion Saved? Enquiring the validity of Vicarious Atonement in pre-Jesus (p) era Question Mark Introduction Based on the teachings of the Old Testament it is extremely difficult to accept the Christian philosophy that sins before… Read More ›
Kaleef K. Karim and Younes Al Maghribi It is common among Christians that tend to think and believe that the trinity is all over in the Bible. They insist in the belief of the trinity of three co-equal, co-eternal Persons… Read More ›
Kaleef K. Karim In the four Gospels version of the crucifixion i.e., Matthew, Mark Luke and John, all four of them say that Jesus was nailed to a cross. But when we read the Acts of the Apostles it somehow… Read More ›
Some people might be shocked to find out what the Bible says about Jesus. Christian missionaries always say their religion is “Monotheistic” when reality it is the opposite. What we will examine is the word “Mastos.” Jesus has a Male/Female nature…. Read More ›
Paul “Bilal” Williams, Muslim blogger, bibliophile.
The trinitarian belief system which holds that Jesus was the real God Almighty who incarnated into a human body and thus taking on 100% human nature while retaining 100% divine substance, was and always the most notorious point at issue between Christianity and Islam. Amazing… Read More ›