Tag: Christianity

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The Crucifixion Of Jesus In Light Of Science

Kaleef K. Karim Professor Thomas H.Huxley makes an interesting argument in relation to the New Testament’s portrayal of the crucifixion. He strongly argues that Jesus Christ may very well have survived the crucifixion, for him being removed while still living in the tomb, taken out either on the Friday or Saturday night by Joseph of… Read More ›

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Crucifixion or Crucifiction: What Did 1st Century Christians Believe?

Kaleef K. Karim It has puzzled scholars for many years why the Quran in very strong words says that Jesus (p) was not crucified: “And because of their saying: We slew the Messiah, Jesus son of Mary, Allah’s messenger – they slew him not nor crucified him, but it appeared so unto them; and lo!… Read More ›

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Christian Apologetics (And Its Problems) In Miniature

Andrew Livingston I have a challenge for my readers. I want you to get on Youtube right now and find any random formal interfaith debate about Jesus. Or at least any debate about his alleged divinity or resurrection—the two most important topics. Feel free to stray as far from the top results of your search… Read More ›

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Did Jesus Have A Wife? A Look Into The Gospel Of John

Kaleef K. Karim Over the years the idea of Jesus having a relationship with a woman by the name of Mary Magdalene has been a controversial subject which newspapers have written about, and Christian scholars have hotly debated over and tried to refute. As mentioned, a debate has taken place over the years whether Jesus was… Read More ›

Churches Were Protected In Early Period Of Islam?

A series of claims have been for the past few years that the early Muslims destroyed Churches and other places of worship. Scholar Arthur Stanley Tritton shows from Muslim and non-Muslim sources that this is not true. The early Muslims gave protection for their churches, and also protected Christian lives, as long as they paid… Read More ›

The Life Of Priests, Rabbis, And Monks Are Inviolable

Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT – Unveiling-Christianity.net We are living in a horrifying age where not a single week goes by without the world being forced to witness dastardly criminals perpetrate the most heinous of crimes against unarmed civilians in the name of some cause or the other. Some hours ago, yet another atrocity, that… Read More ›

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Prophet Muhammed On Priests, And The Sad Incident In Normandy (Rouen)

Another day, more innocent lives are taken by extremist savages. I really don’t know how to respond to the dreadful murders that has took place in Kabul, Iraq, Munich and now in a church in Rouen, in northern France. Few days ago was the mass murder of nine innocent souls in Munich, Germany. It was… Read More ›

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German Interior Minister, ‘Evidence That Shooter Converted To Christianity’

The narrative that was pushed for the past 24 hours that the Munich shooter being falsely portrayed as an Iranian “Muslim/Jihadi terrorist”, shouting “Allahu Akbar”, based on a pseudo and unverified story, contradicts all the evidence that has come to light from the German authorities. The Police see an “obvious link” between Friday’s killings and… Read More ›

VIDEO: The Muslim View Of The Crucifixion – (Part 1)

In this podcast Abu Ayoub interviews Adnan Rashid and asks about the Muslim view of the Crucifixion, and how Muslims are to present their arguments when debating Christians. Br. Adnan Rashid has studied in depth about various Religions which helps him present a unique perspective on this topic. Watch the video here: Source: Muslim Apologetics Podcast

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Holy Ground: Jews And Christians Expelled From Arabia?

Holy Ground: Jews And Christians Expelled From Arabia? We wrote not long ago on the Hadith where it is presumed by some that Prophet Muhammad (p) and Umar Ibn al-Khattab wanted to ‘expel all Christians and Jews from Arabia’, as a result of their beliefs. In the article we showed that this was a wrong… Read More ›

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