Tag: Christianity

  • Some Critical Thoughts On His Death: Nabeel Qureshi (1983–2017)

    Some Critical Thoughts On His Death: Nabeel Qureshi (1983–2017)

    Nabeel Qureshi died at the age of 34 years old in 2017 from a “rare and deadly form of stomach cancer” on 16th September 2017 with mixed reactions.

  • Shaykh Khalid Yasin: Understanding Christianity In Five Minutes

    Shaykh Khalid Yasin: Understanding Christianity In Five Minutes

    Explore a thought-provoking discussion by Shaykh Khalid Yasin as he questions the legitimacy and historical accuracy of the New Testament writers. Dive into this riveting dialogue and form your own perspectives. Delve deeper into the world of Biblical criticism with Khalid Yasin.

  • The Apotheosis of Jesus of Nazareth

    The Apotheosis of Jesus of Nazareth

    A special “gift” for the Christian missionaries on occasion of Good Friday. I wish to show by an analysis of Wisdom Christology in Matthew’s gospel chapter 23, that the evangelist took the dramatic step of changing Jesus’ metaphysical status from creature to Creator by altering the Q tradition, and to reflect on the theological implications…

  • Saviour-gods Mutilated Throughout Antiquity

    Saviour-gods Mutilated Throughout Antiquity

    One of the big questions nobody has asked about Mel Gibson’s The Passion Of The Christ is this: If the crucifixion was a historic event and so central to the Christian Gospel, why is it that there is no evidence whatever of a man on a cross in Christian art and monuments for almost seven…

  • We cannot afford to maintain these ancient prejudices against Islam

    In the 12th century, Peter the Venerable, Abbot of Cluny, initiated a dialogue with the Islamic world. “I approach you not with arms, but with words,” he wrote to the Muslims whom he imagined reading his book, “not with force, but with reason, not with hatred, but with love.” Yet his treatise was entitled Summary…

  • Christianity: A Vision of the Future Without….

    Christianity: A Vision of the Future Without….

    The Christian missionaries and their allies have been calling for the destruction of Islam openly ever since the advent of the Internet. A cursory glance at these fanatical and bigoted websites will at once give the dilligent reader an idea of their genocidal tendencies against the Muslim Ummah, unfairly equating Islam with terrorism, and even…

  • “Quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi”: Why A Different Yardstick For Muslims?

    In the post-9/11 era the Western media are at the forefront of a highly orchestrated assault against Islam and its people. So, I am not too surprised with the Times Online piece trying to raise storm over some 13th century text that are taught at a Shi’ite religious school in London. The subject in question…

  • Refuting Misinterpretations: Homosexuality in the Context of Islamic Teachings

    In the usual vein of missionary tradition, the missionaries have made a rather pathetic attempt at “refuting” one of our articles which shows the Bible perversion in encouraging homosexuality. Previously, we have shown in another exposition how the so-called “apostle” from Tarsus had displayed some homosexual tendencies. In the later part of this article, we…

  • Arabic Bible “Calligraphy”: Expression of Art or Evidence for Deception?

    The Christian missionaries are well-known for their deception in order to spread their so-called “God-given” purpose to spread the Gospel to the world. This approach is not alien to the missionary agenda, for it is founded upon the very words of Paul, who laid down deception as the missionary approach. It is with this “mission”…

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