Dr. Anis Shorrosh ARRESTED for arson

 The Proud Arab Evangelit who took on Sheikh Ahmed Deedat r.a. is in jail

is the Biblical Jesus Lucifer?

 JESUS EQUATES HIMSELF WITH LUCIFER!

by Ibn Anwar

I hope the title is not too offensive to my Christian readers. It is merely a reflection of the understanding that I have gathered from the verses which I shall present in this brief article. I wish the readers a pleasant journey ;).

I’m sure you have heard Christians argue for Jesus’ divinity in light of “Before Abraham was, I am” (John 8:58). What they do is that they try to link this statement purportedly uttered by Jesus to that uttered by God in Exodus 3:14, “God said to Moses,”I am who I am”. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I am’ has sent me to you.'” I do not wish to get into a discussion and exegesis of these two verses. That is not the purpose of this article. What I will do in this case is apply “I agree with you for the sake of argument”. So let’s agree for a moment(for the sake of argument) that Jesus is God because he used the words “I am” which God used, that is, he equated himself with God. That is the logic which the Trinitarians use. Let us now apply the same logic with the following:

John Fraiser M.Div Abandons Ship!!! Yet another Deleting Christian blogger!

Unveiling Blogger John Fraiser M.Div

  About 10 days ago a certain John Fraiser dropped by the blog and commented on three posts on Unveiling Christianity. I responded to all three to which he replied to only one. You may follow the discussion between John and me here. His comment was actually on this video but he posted it on the wrong post. I responded to that comment of his and he in turn replied with a rather lengthy reply which forced me to open a new post just for that. So on that new post I responded to each of the points he brought up. You may check out the discussion here. That response of mine was posted on the 29th of April, 2008. I waited for about 5 days from the said date with much anticipation for some feedback from Mr. John Fraiser, but to no avail. Finally, I decided to invite him to come back to Unveiling Christianity by commenting on his blog and inviting him back here to continue the discussion. You know what happened to my invitation? It was deleted! I said to myself, ” it’s okay, let’s give this guy the benefit of the doubt. Perhaps there’s been some technical hiccup”. So, in good will I posted yet another invitation today:

A serious Biblical difficulty

A Biblical Problem in the First Instance!

by Ibn Anwar

Muslim apologetics enjoy a good round with Christians on disproving the Bible’s authenticity as God’s word by pointing out the many different discrepancies the books of the Bible have. Little do they know that they’re going about it the wrong way. Little do they know that the Bible itself actually admits to its corruption. WHAT!?…I’m sure that’s how you Christians are reacting in your chairs right now. I wouldn’t blame you. Not many Christians are aware of this. I don’t wish to waste your time and beat around the bush. So here’s the admission :

Catholic Priest Slaps and Batters a helpless black woman in Church!!!

the Baptism

The Baptismal formula in the name of the Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Ghost VS Jesus which both are fabrications

by investigatechristianity

Christians today perform the baptism in the name of three entities which is:

In the name of the Father and in the name of the Son and in the name of the Holy Spirit, well known as The Trinity.

 

Did Paul really meet Jesus?

The Problem of Paul

by Sami Zaatari

In today’s court of law any information given by a person that is contradictory, and is also illogical, then this information is thrown out of the court and the speaker who gave the information is discredited and cannot be taken as a reliable person at all. We find this precisely to be the case with Paul, when Paul talks about his supposed meeting with Jesus, he contradicts himself and is also illogical. So we shall just quote the passages that bring into question the credibility of Paul supposedly meeting Jesus, and once we see the contradictory statements it will be safe to say that whole episode cannot be taken seriously, neither can the entire book of Acts and neither can Paul. So we now proceed to the verses: