Archive for the ‘Christianity’ Category

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 … Read the rest

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 … Read the rest

Treatment of women in the Bible

 The amazing Biblical treatment of women

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)

   Christian missionaries often accuse Islam of mistreating women. They claim that the Qur’an and the Sunnah teach that women are inferior and that this particular sex is oppressed by … Read the rest

Teachings of Jesus that are not taught in your church

The teachings of Jesus and the Bible(s) that are not taught in your church

Why don’t Christians teach these things?

by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)


   Google ‘Jesus is the prince of peace’ and millions of websites will appear on the … Read the rest

The sin that defeats Jesus

The ‘ultimate’ sacrifice?

by Ibn Anwar

According to Christians the sacrifice that Jesus allegedly made on the cross at calvary is the ultimate sacrifice that absolves all sins. So for example we read the following declaration from a Christian based … Read the rest

Best compilation of Christian charity and good will

  Possibly one of the best compilations of Christian goodness and love on the net

by Ibn Anwar

“The greater the sin, the greater the redemption.”

The following is a compilation of articles that I have written on beautiful Christian behaviour. … Read the rest

Jesus is no saviour

 According to the Old Testament Jesus cannot be a saviour

by Ibn Anwar

   According to Christians Jesus is a prince. He is the prince of peace. In the New Testament we read again and again that Jesus is called ‘the … Read the rest