Tawhid, Tawheed Is No Where To Be Found In The Quran Or Hadith?
Kaleef K. Karim It is often said by Muslims and non-Muslims that the doctrine of Trinity is nowhere to be found in the Bible. This fact is further supported also by some well respected Christian and non-Christian academics, that the word trinity nor the trinity formula (doctrine) is anywhere explicitly mentioned in the Bible. We have… Read More ›
Sam Shamoun And Matt Slick’s Heretical Beliefs Outed By Anthony Rogers
As expected, Anthony Rogers is now in damage control. Last night I posted an article indicating that most Christian polemicists do not care about their theology, using their very own words. In that article, I included a discussion with Anthony where he declared that a specific belief contradicted Christian orthodoxy. I immediately pointed out that… Read More ›
Debate Review: “What Was The True Faith of Jesus’ Disciples?” – Br. Ijaz Ahmad vs Rev. Steven Martins
I review a debate entitled “What Was The True Faith of Jesus’ Disciples?” The debaters Br. Ijaz Ahmad of Calling Christians Rev. Steven Martins of Nicene International Ministries Canada. I did the bulk of the review a while ago but never managed to finish it in the detail I would have liked but never got… Read More ›
‘Son of God’ Meaning for Jesus Christ
It is often asserted by Christian trinitarians when the words ‘Son of God’ is used for Jesus in the New Testament, then that proves he is God himself. Trinitarians hold to the belief that the declaration that Jesus is the ‘Son of God’, means he is God the Son, a member of the Trinity. However,… Read More ›
Trinity: Mary Worshipped As A God?
Kaleef K. Karim It is common among Christian missionaries to say, “the Quran got the trinity wrong.” Hence, they assume that the trinity that is mentioned in the Quran speaks of Mary as part of the Christian trinity. What they do not perceive is that nowhere in the Quranic verses they cite, does it indicate Mary… Read More ›
Trinity: Examining Authenticity Of Matthew 28:19
Recently, I (Kaleef K. Karim) and Br. Younes Al Maghribi wrote an article on Matthew 28: 19 and we provided a massive amount of evidence that the verse in question, “Father the son and Holy Spirit” is not genuine but was added by the Church Fathers to form their Trinitarian belief. We had feedback from… 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 ›
Trinity: The Truth About Matthew 28:19 & 1 John 5:7
Kaleef K. Karim & 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 in the One God is the true faith. Many very well-known Bible Scholars do not think… Read More ›
Isaiah 9:6 Messiah God?
Kaleef K. Karim Isaiah 9:6 is one of the most favourite verse Christians love to bring-up for the deity of Jesus. According to Christian trinitarians, they believe Isaiah 9:6, without doubt proves that the person that is mentioned is Divine and is “Yahweh in Flesh.” We have to take a look and see what does… Read More ›
Isaiah 7:14, Immanuel: Prophecy of Jesus?
Kaleef K. Karim Isaiah 7:13-16 is a passage which is quoted by Trinitarians a lot, they use it as evidence that it is a Prophecy of Jesus coming and that the child named (Immanuel) in the verse is “Divine.” Is the name “Immanuel” really a Prophecy of Jesus and is the child Divine? We shall… Read More ›