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Examining Pagan Sources On Jesus Crucifixion, Genuine or Hearsay?

Kaleef K. Karim Christian apologists are in a habit of using any source for the crucifixion of Jesus, even if an author did not refer to Jesus by his name, somehow they would mingle, spice their arguments up that the author(s) must have referred to Jesus. They don’t care whether a passage is a forgery… Read More ›

Bible: Does Numbers 31:18 Sanction Pre-Pubescent Marriages (Child Marriage)?

The answer for the above is yes! Numbers 31:18 does sanction child marriage. Let’s now examine the verse: Related articles: Bible: Child Marriage in Ancient Israelite times Age of Consent in European & American History 12 year old Mary’s marriage to 90 year old Joseph the carpenter   Webster’s Bible Translation Numbers 31:17-18 Now therefore… Read More ›

Does Deuteronomy 21:10-14 condemn rape or does it sanction rape-forced marriage?

The answer to the above is that, Yahweh does not condemn rape, but actually encourages/allows rape-forced marriage. The above passage mentioned is thrown around by Evangelists, according to them this passage gave captives a right, they were not allowed to be mistreated i.e., they were not allowed to be raped. However it is evident from… Read More ›

Did earliest Christians believe (alleged) crucifixion to be indispensible?

Did earliest Christians believe (alleged) crucifixion to be indispensible? 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 that Jesus’ (peace be upon him) alleged crucifixion is the corner stone of Christianity. According… 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 of the Old Testament (OT) so that its followers could live a successful life in… 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 of Sin and Salvation in Islam and Christianity. Because the debate was very successful this… Read More ›

Examining Jewish Sources On Jesus Crucifixion, Genuine Or Forgery?

Kaleef K. Karim J.R: ‘Josephus work is a huge volume. It consists of twenty books. What is strange, many pages are devoted to irrelevant leaders. Nearly forty chapters are devoted to the life of one king alone. Yet Jesus who was the greatest man, a person who was foretold thousands of times by the Prophets,… Read More ›

Examining 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 been penned to meet biased theological agendas; as such on one hand where the gospels… Read More ›

Did Jesus (p) abolish Jewish Kosher?

Did Jesus (p) abolish Jewish Kosher? Question Mark Introduction   It is highly probable that the Christian next-door is into an all-inclusive dietary practice. S/he would not be scrupulous with the foods being consumed as Jew (or a Muslim) would be. It is almost considered lawful to consume food items which are prohibited in the… Read More ›

Does the Bible Teach child Abuse, ‘Beat him with a rod?’

In this article we are going to examine Bible passages which encourage child abuse and other things that are related to the topic. The Biblical Book of Proverbs contains many passages which approve of beating a child with a rod. The book of Proverbs is not the only place in the Bible where it encourages… Read More ›