Posts Tagged ‘crucifixion’

Psalm 22

Is the crucifixion of Jesus predicted in Psalms 22? by Ibn Anwar, BHsc (Hons)      Most Christians believe that Psalm 22 is a prophesy that was fulfilled by Jesus Christ at Calvary when he was allegedly crucified at the behest of the Roman prefect Pontius Pilate. The reason why Christians think that Psalm 22 foretells […]

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 […]

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 […]

Jesus denies the crucifixion!

Jesus himself explicitly denies the crucifixion Crucifixion Series(Part 2) by Ibn Anwar In this exposition we shall witness an account from the lips of Jesus himself that clearly discards his alleged crucifixion. We will prove from Jesus’ own words that he could not have possibly suffered at the hands of his enemies. Let us begin […]

A critical study of Isaiah 53

Is Isaiah 53 a prophecy concerning Jesus and his alleged crucifixion? Crucifixion Series(Part 1) by Ibn Anwar   Isaiah 53 is considered almost universally by Christians as a prophecy concerning the crucifixion of Jesus. They base their claim on verses applied to Jesus in the New Testament such as Matthew 8:17 that are taken from […]

Did Jesus die according to Islam?

A “Qadiyani” Pastor by Ibn Anwar    On Wednesday, 16 Jan 2008 10:32:41 -0800 (PST) I received an e-mail from someone by the name “Israeli Christian Evangelist”. The person asked if I would like to comment on an article he forwarded to me. The following is the e-mail I received :