Archive for the ‘Bible’ Category

Aaron sacrificed to Satan?

The sacrifice made to Satan by Aaron as “divinely” ordained by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) Would Christians be surprised to learn that the Bible depicts Aaron as being commanded by God to give something valuable to Satan? In fact, in this article I will contend that there is enough to show that it was not […]

Is Jesus God because of 1 Timothy 3:16?

Does 1 Timothy 3:16 say Jesus is God?

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)

“1 Timothy 3:16″ speaks of a personal manifestation of God – God in the second person was manifested” (The Impeccable Christ) [1]

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Jesus was hungry

Was Jesus really hungry? Was it just a parable? What was it? by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) Before we delve into the topic proper we should briefly establish the relevant framework upon which the whole discussion will be built so as to get better clarity. For a long time Biblical scholars have noticed distinct similarities […]

Matthew 11:11

Rivalry between the early followers of John the Baptist and Jesus Christ by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)     According to several reputed scholars  there was rivalry between the early followers of John the Baptist and Jesus. Matthew 11:11 is one passage that contains a clue to the tension that existed between the followers of Jesus […]

To avoid hell avoid women

An examination of Revelation 14:4 by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) The first Muslim apologist to mention this verse as an argument against Christianity was Shabir Ally in a debate that he had with Sam Shamoun. In the debate the former cited the eminent theologian Prof. William Barclay after Sam Shamoun charged him with misrepresenting the […]

Psalms 22

Is the crucifixion of Jesus predicted in Psalms 22? by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)      Most Christians believe that Psalms 22 is a prophesy that was fulfilled by Jesus Christ at Calvary when he was allegedly crucified at the behest of the Roman prefect Pontius Pilate. The reason why Christians think that Psalms 22 foretells […]

Authorship of the Torah

Was it really Moses? by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) For centuries it was taken for granted within both conservative and orthodox Christian and Jewish circles that the first five books of the Old Testament were authored by Moses. Today, that attitude and belief has not changed in evangelist and conservative circles. The late evangelist Gleason […]