Archive for the ‘Sin and Salvation’ Category

Does Allah repent?

Allah repents? Really? By Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT Muslim apologists would sometimes use the argument that the Biblical depiction of God is often anthropomorphic and unbefitting of His Majesty. Therefore the Bible is wrong and theologically inappropriate. One such instance occurs in Genesis 6:6 which reads, “And it repented the LORD that he had […]

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 […]

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 […]

Life after Death: The Islamic Perspective

Life after death: The Islamic perspective by Ibn Anwar Death comes to us all. If there is one fact that no human being in human history can deny is that every man since the dawn of creation is absolutely subject to death. The Holy Qur’an emphatically reminds us of this inescapable truth in Surah al-Ankabut(29), […]

Blood or no blood?

Forgiveness comes without blood by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons) What exactly is the  cause behind the fascination with blood sucking vampires in the western culture that has given rise to a plethora of vampire themed movies like Twilight and the like? Christianity is the predominant religion in the west. It spends so much time talking […]

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 missionary website, “The life of the sinner was under the sentence of death until Christ […]

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 Son of Man’. In fact, that expression is mentioned for Jesus over 83 times throughout […]