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The human Jesus VS the god-man Jesus

Jesus was a human being By Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT It is an axiomatic truth that Jesus was a human being. Despite believing in the divinity of Jesus, Trinitarian dogma dictates that Jesus was indeed one hundred percent human being and in that it corroborates Islam’s insistence on Jesus’ humanity. One does not need […]

Sun Day: How Christianity hijacked a pagan holiday

Christ’s birth or pagan holiday? by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons.), MCollT In discussing the “sources” of Islam, uncouth Christian apologists attack the faith by accusing it of having pagan roots. For example, they argue that the many rituals of Islam in Hajj (the pilgrimage) are built on older pagan rituals that the early Muslims adopted […]

As Jesus was not Omniscient, he should not be regarded as God

As Jesus was not Omniscient, he should not be regarded as God by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons.), MCollT Mark 13:32 (and Matthew 24:36) remains a huge conundrum for Trinitarians as it clearly negates Omniscience– an essential attribute of deity –in the person of Jesus. The text reads as follows: “But concerning that day or that […]

Where was the Trinity in the first century?

The Trinity as Post-Biblical Doctrine: Jesus, the disciples and first century Christ followers did not know the Trinity by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT The period of the Enlightenment saw great theological dissent among the Christian intellectuals of Europe. Great minds like John Milton and Isaac Newton, who were the intellectual giants of their time, […]

The Trinity Confounds the Mind

The Trinity is Confusing by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT A charge that is often levelled against the Trinity by Muslims is that the doctrine is way too complicated and is, in fact, very confusing. Because it is too confusing to behold, Muslims contend that the doctrine cannot possibly originate from God and must therefore […]

The Christian Concept of Salvation Falsifies the Trinity

Major Problems with the Christian Concept of Salvation: The Trinity becomes muddled in Christian Soteriology by Ibn Anwar, BHsc. (Hons), MCollT The concept of vicarious atonement is fundamental to mainstream Christianity. It is postulated that salvation is only acquirable through the acceptance of the death of Jesus on the cross as a divinely instituted sacrifice. […]

Sin did not enter the world through Adam

Who was the first sinner?: Lucifer’s Forgotten Legacy by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons), MCollT Contrary to popular belief, Adam should not be held responsible for the introduction of sin into this world. To that effect, Paul was wrong to claim that it was Adam’s fault that sin came to earth. He mistakenly writes,“When Adam sinned, […]