Tag: theology

Now we know why the Gospels are “according to so-and-so”!

  Now we know why the Gospels are “according to so-and-so”!   Documenting why the Gospels are called “according to so-and-so”       Question Mark     Introduction       Hardly any one disputes that the most fundamental doctrine in Christianity is the alleged crucifixion of Jesus (peace be upon him). And as… 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 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 ›

How Were People Before Crucifixion Saved?

How Were 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 Jesus (peace be upon him) were forgiven in lieu of his future alleged death and resurrection…. Read More ›

1 Timothy 3:16 Did God become manifest in flesh?

King James Bible (Cambridge Ed.) 1 Timothy 3: 16 And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory. Although the above verse reads as “God was manifest in flesh”,… Read More ›