Archive for the ‘Christianity’ Category

The New Testament Greek manuscripts

Greek New Testament manuscripts vs. Arabic Qur’an and hadith manuscripts by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) Many Christian apologists argue that the Qur’an and hadith are historically unreliable. It is claimed that this is due to the scarcity of early manuscript evidence for either Qur’an or hadith. The latter is claimed to be far more unreliable […]

Isaiah prophecises Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.

Isaiah 21:7 and the camel rider by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) Some Christians (not all) cite Isaiah 21:7 as an example of a prophecy concerning Jesus. Jesus is said to have rode into Jerusalem on a donkey as mentioned in John 12:14 and elsewhere in the other gospels.  Tying that with Isaiah 21:7 which mentions […]

A Critique on the Crucifixion

Difficulties, Contradictions and Problems in the Crucifixion tale by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) “…but they killed him not, nor crucified him…”(Qur’an 4:157) Jesus’ Crucifixion is the bedrock of mainstream Christianity. It is such an important foundation in Christianity that even sects that have departed from “Orthodoxy” such as Unitarianism and the Jehovah’s Witness have retained […]

Biblical Christian Taqiyyah

Christians lie to promote their religion by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) The activity of Christians promoting their faith through deceit all over the world is not something new to Muslims. We are well aware of the sly tactics employed by Evangelical and Christian missionaries in delivering the message of Christianity to the unbelievers. We know […]

Biblical errancy in Mark 1

Mark 1:2 undermines the integrity of the Bible.

Unveiling Polycarp

A dialogue between Ibn Anwar and Polycarp I am not quite sure who Mr. Polycarp is, but it does seem fairly certain that he is a Christian apologist. He first appeared on Unveiling-Chrisianity on the Trinity Challenge post where he simply posted a reference, that is,  Matthew 28:19 in answer to Ibn Sa’ad’s challenge to produce […]

Whose canon is divinely inspired?

  Multitude of Christian canons by Ibn Anwar     The word canon comes from the Greek kanna which accoding to Prof. Bleddyn J. Roberts means ” ‘reed’ or ‘cane’; which gives the idea of a measuring-rod, and it was first used in this sense when Athanasius applied it to the books of the NT.” [1] In the […]