السبت، 13 أكتوبر، 2012

▣ The Original Sin is an essential truth of the Christian faith.


▣ The Original Sin is an essential truth of the Christian faith.
to be a christian you have to believe in the original sin because if there is not original sin Jesus death become in vain

The Original sin says that all men are implicated i
n Adam's sin, as St. Paul affirms:

By one man's disobedience many (that is, all men) were made sinners
[Romans 5:18]

sin came into the world through one man and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because all men sinned. [Rom 5:12]


⇛ ⇛ The Original Sin Theory contradicts the human mind

● Due to the human justice, The innocent shouldn't punished instead of the guilty.
But, due to the Original Sin, Adam's linage bear their father's sin and Jesus crucified instead of the guilty.
it is never happened in the human legislation history, that a son was imprisoned or punished regarding a crime which had been committed by his grandfather; it is unimaginable issue in the human judicial courts. So, if this is unaccepted legally in the human court law, how could it be accepted in the Heaven law by the Original Sin Concept?

⇛ ⇛ The Original Sin Theory contradicts the Old Testament

◔ The soul that sinneth, it shall die. The son shall not bear the iniquity of the father, neither shall the father bear the iniquity of the son: the righteousness of the righteous shall be upon him, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon him.
[Ezekiel 18:20]

◔ But if the wicked will turn from all his sins that he hath committed, and keep all my statutes, and do that which is lawful and right, he shall surely live, he shall not die.
[Ezekiel 18:21]

◔ If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land." [2 Chronicles 7:14]

◔ The fathers shall not be put to death for the children, or the children be put to death for the fathers, but every man shall die for his own sin [2 Chronicles 25:4]

◔ But every one shall die for his own iniquity [Jeremiah 31 : 30]

◔ The fathers shall not be put to death for the children, neither shall the children be put to death for the fathers: every man shall be put to death for his own sin.
[Deut. 24 : 16]


⇛ ⇛ The Original Sin Theory contradicts the New Testament

◕ for he maketh his sun to rise on the evil and on the good [Matthew 5 : 45]

◕ Jesus said unto them, Suffer the little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God [Mark10 : 14]

⇛ ⇛ The Original Sin Theory contradicts the Quran

◎ And whoever does evil or wrongs His own soul but afterwards seeks Allah's forgiveness, He will find Allah Oft-forgiving, Most Merciful [Quran 4: 110]

◎ and no bearer of burdens shall bear the burden of another [Quran 6 : 164]

◎ Every soul will be (held) In pledge for its deeds. [Quran 74 : 38]

◎ Whoever works righteousness benefits His own soul; Whoever works evil, it is against His own soul: nor is Thy Lord ever unjust to His servants [Quran 41 : 46]

◎ Allah is never unjust even of the weight of an atom [Quran 4 : 40]
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Saint Paul


Saint Paul the author of the majority of the books of the New Testament . Already declares that he has lied and given false information.


☛ Romans (3:7) "For if the truth of God has more abounded through my lie unto his glory; why am I still judged as a sinner?"

[for if the truth of God has spread because of my LIES - then why i am being judged as sinner]

☑ Atheist Finds Islam Through Fasting Ramadan


☑ Atheist Finds Islam Through Fasting Ramadan


When I first come to Bahrain, I was hoping to discover the customs of the Middle East.

This turned out to be a very difficult thing as people who come to the gulf discover very early on.

You find yourself surrounded by many foreigners of many different nationalities and faiths. They are all here to work, to achieve things for themselves and this is not what we expect to come for, this is not the culture that we are expecting to find.

So, for sometime Islam is obscured or masked from people that come to the Gulf. So, for a long time I didn’t discover anything about Islam. I heard the Adhan and I thought this is very beautiful, I asked what these words mean and people told me, but even so, this was just information. This is almost like tourism.

Ramadan in Turkey

It was in fact 10 years later after I traveled from Bahrain to Sharjah to Dubai and then to Turkey where I discovered something different. That’s not to say that Islam is better or greater in Turkey, not at all. In fact, sadly, Islam is suppressed in Turkey in many ways.

I discovered after my arrival in Turkey that there were so many wonderful things to find out about that country. Of course it has a great Islamic history and this is what struck me visually straight away. I immediately discovered beautiful Islamic architecture from the Ottoman period. It was only after sometime in Turkey that I started to get to know the people in Turkey very well.

Then it was Ramadan, something that I witnessed many times before in the Gulf, but something I just let it pass me by just as most westerners do. Just an annoyance, an inability to get a cup of tea during the day. In Turkey, I felt something different. I felt some sense of something else. I soon noticed that the people who were fasting in Ramadan were the people who already I decided that I like. There was an obvious correlation between the best of the people and the people who fast it. These proved to be the best of the Muslims and I was attracted to them so I joined them.

I did what it seemed to be a strange thing. I started to fast in Ramadan even though I wasn’t a Muslim and I found it very pleasing in many ways, quite challenging in other ways, but very pleasing.

I enjoyed the fast, I enjoyed especially the few moments before the Adhan of Al-Maghrib (sunset prayer) and waiting quietly with people who were fasting all day, working quite through the day because in Turkey there were no allowances made for Ramadan in the work. So people are fasting completely from the beginning of the day until dusk and they are working all the time. I did this also and this is difficult but alhamdulellah I succeeded. I was impressed with this. It gave me a sense of achievement and it inspired me to do more studying.


Around this time somebody gave me my first Quran, it was a Yusuf Ali translation and I was able to read it in the English and to understand something. I was amazed when I read it because there was nothing strange in this book. I expected it to be full of… I don’t know… eastern mysticism or whatever nonsense you like to think as a westerner can imagine. There was nothing odd in it. In fact what I discovered was it wasn’t like the Bible.

I’ve never been able to understand the Bible. The Bible seemed to me to be full of contradictions, peculiar stories that didn’t seem to adapt and things which didn’t seem to be conveying the message of Christ. The message of Jesus didn’t seem to come through in the Bible except in some parts. Later I came to study this closely and now I understand why, but this is not the subject now. The point was that the Quran made a complete sense.

So I read it and I also read the biography of the Rassul, the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and this inspired me also. This was very interesting because this was a great man in history, so this was facts, something I can relate to as a westerner interested in logic.


I followed this and I continued to follow it but still nobody was doing serious da`wah to me, nobody was trying to convince me that I should change my ways in any other way. So I became what you can call ‘an abstract scholar of Islam”. I could have taken a qualification in Islamic studies! But this is of no real value if you don’t intend to do something with it, and sadly I didn’t.


After I returned from Turkey to Dubai, by Allah, I found myself working for some very excellent people and the person who was my boss became one of my great friends. In the evening after work we would discuss while we go out for dinner, maybe a little bit during the office also. He would help me study the right things and talk to the right people and tried to answer some of my questions in the best way he could.

But still he could see that all my objections were all to do with logic, all these questions about customs and practices, all these things that were born out of my secular upbringing. I’ve never been really Christian, I’ve just been an agnostic. I continued to ask him questions and not every question he could necessarily answer himself.

Fortunately, after at least a year some men came to him, some European Muslim businessmen who were trying to start a big project. Their project was the great desire to introduce the Islamic Gold Dinar as the currency of the Muslims. This seemed like, and even now, an awfully big desire and a huge goal. He brought this to me and said

“Hey, you are a finance man, what do you think of this?” These are some European Muslims who are trying to bring a practical aspect of Islam. Their idea is you can’t pay the zakah unless there is a gold dinar to pay it with. So you only have four pillars of Islam and you must find the other one through proper means.

So he asked me “What do you think of this idea?”.

Of course I learnt all about Islam and what was meant by these pillars and I said

“Rubbish, it can’t be done, there’s no way that they can overcome the international financial system and this will fail”.

He said “Well, why don’t you come and tell them this?”

I think I was in a bad mood and said “Yes sure, I’ll tell them”.

He took us out and I met these men.

They were Spanish and Germans who spoke English very well. They were very educated, very wise and great scholars who reverted to Islam like 10 or 20 years before and their knowledge was very great. These men are still doing great da`wah all over the world. So we discussed, we went on to this restaurant and we talked over and over.

We started with that dinner and I asked my questions and for the first time I started to get answers I couldn’t challenge. They were not only answering my questions from a religious point of view, but they were also answering them from a point of view of logic and only scientific sense that I thought I had with my objections and all my arguments about these points of religion and philosophy.

It was a Wednesday night in the middle of the week and at 1:00 am they said to me

“So, do you have any more questions?”

ِAnd I said “No… I don’t, I ran out of questions”

So they said “Now what, you are going to embrace Islam?”

What could I say? I could only say “Yes”.

So they invited me to come to their house on the following Friday, two days later. I came to the house well-prepared. They gave me some last lessons and advices, things I needed to know about salah, making wudu/ghusl, and we went to the grand mosque of Jumeirah where I said my shahada.

I immediately got a thousand big brothers who were hugging me and were delighted. I’ve never seen so many happy faces, never, not in my birthday party, not in a Christian gathering and not in any other gathering, so many pleased people and they were all pleased for me.

So that’s my story. I hope it didn’t bored you too much. I think I still have just one thing to say. Those of you who were born Muslims, alhamdulellah, you were blessed and I just hope you would treasure it and treat it as you should as a gift that you were given at birth, something very wonderful.


If you are a revert like me then congratulations also, alhamdulellah, always alhamdulellah. I hope your story was something wonderful for you whether it was a sudden discovery or a slower torturous argumentative path like mine, whatever it was I hope it had brought you to the right path.

If you are not a Muslim, then I have something else to say to you. Look at me now; some ugly old man but I’m very happy, happier than I’ve ever been and more satisfied than I’ve ever been. All the doubts and fears, all the desires and longing for wrong stupid material things that belong to this life, no matter what I collected, after 70,80 or 90 years if I’m lucky I would have to give them all up. I swapped that for something permanent.

I’m not going to lecture you, if you don’t want to listen to it you don’t have to listen, just see what I have on my face, I’m happy, you could be happy too, this is something you should consider, I hope you will.
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⇛ Refuting The so called Jesus' divinity proofs. [Full]


⇛ Refuting The so called Jesus' divinity proofs. [Full]

◕ Because he is the Son of God.

⇨ Many are termed as son of God in the Bible.
Adam [Luke 3:38] & Solomon [1 Chronicles 28:6] & Moses [Exodus 4:22] & Ephraim [Jeremiah 31:9] and many 
others.

◕ Because he is the "begotten son".
⇨ David also was the begotten son of God [Psalms 2:7I]

◕ Because he was the Son of God with Capital "S"
⇨The Semitic languages (Arabic, Aramaic, Hebrew) don't use capital and lower-case lettering.

◕ Because he performed miracles.

⇨Jesus can not do any miracles without permission of God.
By myself I can do nothing [John 5:30]

⇨ God did the Miracles through Jesus.
Men of Israel, listen to this: Jesus of Nazareth was a man accredited by God to you by miracles, wonders and signs, Which God Did among you Through Him, as you yourselves know.” [Acts 2:22]

⇨ Jesus Miracles was not unique.
Elijah and Elisha brought the dead back to life.
[1 Kings 17:20-23] [2 Kings 4:30-36] [2 Kings 13:20-22]
Moses created a live snake from a wooden stick. [Exodus 4:2-4]
Elisha cured the Blind and he even blinded a whole army. [2 Kings 6:15-24]
Elisha healed leprosy. [2 Kings 5:10-14]
Elisha fed hundreds of people with few loafs of bread. [2 Kings 4:42-44]


◕ Because he was called 'Lord'.

⇨ In the Bible we find that this was a common practice with many others besides Jesus. Abraham [Genesis 18:12] Esau [Genesis 32:4] Joseph [Genesis 44:20] David [1 Samuel 25:24]

◕ Because he was the Christ (Messiah)

⇨ Messiah means the anointed one which refers to a Man chosen by God and to be a leader and a future King. The Messiah is not considered to be God or a Son of God [Exodus 29:7 & I Kings 1:39 & II Kings 9:3 & Isaiah 11:2 ]
[Shabbat Shalom, "Interview: Rabbi Harvey H. Spivak," April/1997: 5]

◕ Because he was called a mighty God in [Isaiah 9:6]

⇨ The word for "Almighty" is applied exclusively to God in the OT is the Hebrew word "Shadday" but the word used in this verse is e not "Shadday" (Almighty God) but rather "Gibbowr" (mighty God) which is translated as; warrior, tyrant:-champion, chief, excel, giant, man, mighty (man, one), strong (man), valiant man [Hebrew and Chaldee Dictionary by James Strong]

⇨ The word translated as "God" here is the Hebrew word "El" which in addition to it's use to refer to God Almighty in the Bible is also used to refer to mighty men & demons & angels & to idols.

"I have said, Ye (the Jews) are gods; and all of you are children of the most High" [Psalms 82:6]
"And the LORD said unto Moses, See, I have made thee a god to Pharaoh"
[Exodus 7:1]
as well as "the god of this world (the Devil) hath blinded the minds of them which believe not." [2 Corinthians 4:4]

◕ Because he said "I am" and that he was before Abraham in [John 8:58]

⇨ In [Exodus 3:4] prophet Moses used this exact same term (I am) to refer to himself "And when the LORD saw that he turned aside to see, God called unto him out of the midst of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses. And he said, Here I am."

⇨ Prophet Solomon said in [Proverbs 8:23-27]
“Ages ago I was set up at the first, before the beginning of the earth. When there were no depths I was brought forth, when there were no springs abounding with water, Before the mountains had been shaped, before the hills, I was brought forth; before he had made the earth with its fields, or the first of the dust of the world When he established the heavens, I was there.”

⇨ In Qur'an God informed that man existed in the spiritual form before the creation of the physical world. “When your Lord gathered all of Adam’s descendants [before creation] and made them bear witness for themselves, saying: ‘Am I not your Lord?’ They all replied: Yes indeed, we bear witness. [That was] so you could not say on the Day of Judgement: ‘We were unaware of this.’ ” [7:172]

⇨ The context of [John 8:54-58] Jesus was talking about God’s knowledge of His prophets, which predates the creation of this world.

◕ Because He was worshiped.

⇨ The word "Worship" in English carries a double meaning. The one most popular among most people is "to pray to." It also means "to respect," "to reverence," or "to adore" [Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, tenth edition]

⇨ In the "New English Bible" translation we find the same word translated as
"bowed to the ground" & "fell at his feet" & "falling prostrate before him"

⇨ In the "The Complete Bible Translation" we find it translate the same word as
"they threw themselves down and did homage to him" & "fell down before him" & "and they went up to him and clasped his feed and bowed to the ground before him" & "bowed down before him"

⇨ In the Bible we find that this was a common practice with many others besides Jesus as a sign of respect.

"And when Abigail saw David, she hasted, and lighted off the ass, and fell before David on her face, and bowed herself to the ground, And fell at his feet, and said, Upon me, my lord, [upon] me [let this] iniquity [be]: and let thine handmaid, I pray thee, speak in thine audience, and hear the words of thine handmaid." [1 Samuel 25:23-24]

"Then she went in, and fell at his (Elisha's) feet, and bowed herself to the ground, and took up her son, and went out." [2 Kings 4:37]
also see [Genesis 50:18] and [2 Samuel 19:18]

◕ Because he forgave sins.

⇨ If Christianity believes that forgiving sins is a sign of divinity then what about the many millions of people in the Christian clergy who over the last 2000 years have publicly accepted people's "confessions" and "forgiven" their sins?

◕ Because he said "I am the Alpha and the Omega" [Revelation 1:11]

⇨ This "Alpha and Omega, the first and the last " was inserted by the trinitirians to support their claim about Jesus' divinity but their attempt met a big failure after exposing their fabrication as this sentence does not even exist in the original text.

⇨ The original text as in NIV & NASV & RSV & NRSV & NC says:
□ saying, "Write what you see in a book and send it to the seven churches, to Ephesus and to Smyrna and to Per'gamum and to Thyati'ra and to Sardis and to Philadelphia and to La-odice'a." [Revelation 1:11]
So this verse was deleted from the Bible and does not exist in the "Holy Bible".

◕ Because he said "...baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost" [Matthew 28:19]

⇨ This verse does not indicate that the three names mentioned are "co-equal" in their status.

⇨ This part of the verse is quite clearly an addition to Biblical text - that is, not the actual words of Jesus - as can be seen by two factors:

1- Baptism in the early Church, as discussed by Paul in his letters, was done only in the name of Jesus.
2- The "Great Commission" found in the first gospel written, that of Mark, bears no mention of Father, Son and/or Holy Ghost [see Mark 16:15]


◕ Because he and the father are one [John 10:30]

⇨ What Jesus meant by the word one (hen) becomes clear from his prayer concerning the apostles: "That they may be one [hen], just as we are one [hen]" (John 17:22) which means that they should be united in agreement with one another as he (Jesus) is always united in agreement with God, as stated:
"I [Jesus] always do the things that are pleasing to Him [God]" (John 8:29).
There is thus no implication that Jesus and God, or the twelve apostles are to be considered as of one essence.

◕ Because he was sinless.

⇨ There is no correlation between being sinless and being divine. Christians build the premise but it’s a false premise as God cannot be subjected to SIN standards so saying that Jesus was sinless is a proof of his humanity not a proof of divinity.

⇨ Jesus did not consider himself to be perfect neither, and this comes from the Gospel of Matthew chapter 19 which reads:
And, behold, one came and said unto him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life? And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? [there is] none good but one, [that is], God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments. (18-19)

◕ Because he said "He that hath seen me hath seen the father."
⇨ The context:
"Philip saith unto him, Lord, shew us the Father, and it sufficeth us. Jesus saith unto him, Have I been so long time with you, and yet hast thou not known me, Philip? he that hath seen me hath seen the Father; and how sayest thou then, Shew us the Father?" [John 14:8-9]

⇨ Philip wanted to see God with his own eyes, but this is impossible since no one can ever do ever do that. The Bible says:
"No man hath seen God at any time" [John 1:18]
"No man hath seen God at any time" [1 John 4:12]
So Jesus simply told him that his own actions and miracles should be a sufficient proof of the existence of God without God having to physically come down and let himself be seen every time someone is doubtful.

◕ Because he said "I am the way, the truth and the life" [John 14:6]
⇨ Every prophet is "the way and the truth and the life" for his nation in his time.

◕ Because he was filled with the Holy Ghost
⇨ So was John the Baptist [Luke 1:15] also Barnabas [Acts 11:24].



◕ Because he was called “MY LORD AND MY GOD” [John 20:28]
⇨ The Context "Then he (Jesus) said to Thomas, 'Reach here your finger, and see my hands, and reach here your hand, and put it into my side; and be not unbelieving, but believing.' Thomas answered and said to him, 'My Lord and my God!'"

⇨ The last phrase "My Lord and my God!" was not an answer as there is no question but it was an outburst by Thomas, having seen something inexplicable and baffling. Just like that anyone who says "O' my God!" when he sees something totally bizarre.



◕ Because Jews tried to stone him for claiming to be God [John 10:29-33]

⇨ He actually was not claiming to be God but the Jews were to indict him "by hook or by crook" regardless of what he said. They may have considered him a false Messiah. Jesus’ answer was revealing he told them that you are called gods also just as like him [John 10:34]. In [Ps. 82:6] humans are called gods, allegorically, Moses was sent as “ God “ to the Pharaoh [Exo. 7:1].

◕ Because he is the Word in [John 1:1]
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God."

⇨ The text does not read "In the beginning was Jesus". John did not write the word Jesus in his original manuscript. If he had meant that, he could have simply used the name Jesus.

⇨ The literal translation reads:
In the beginning was the 'spoken word, command',
and the 'spoken word, command' was with God,
and the 'spoken word, command' was Divine. [John 1:1]

⇨ If we continued reading [John 1:2 & 3] it says:
It was in the beginning with God. All things came into being through it and without it not one thing came into being.

⇨ The word it refers to the command of God not to anything else this will become very clear if you read [Psalms 33:6 & 9]:
“By the word of the LORD were the heavens made; and all the host of them by the breath of his mouth ..... For He SPAKE, and it was done; He commanded, and it stood fast.”



By Ahmed
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Questions for Christians :)


Questions for Christians :)

How many Cats in the Picture ??
How many Gods in the Picture ??
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Anglican bishops declare that Jesus is not God.


Anglican bishops declare that Jesus is not God.


In the British newspaper the "Daily News" 25/6/84
under the heading "Shock survey of Anglican Bishops"

We read

"More than half of England's Anglican Bishops say that Christians are not obliged to believe that Jesus Christ was God, according to a survey published today. The pole of 31 of England's 39 bishops shows that many of them think that Christ's miracles, the virgin birth and the resurrection might not have happened exactly as described in the Bible. Only 11 of the bishops insisted that Christians must regard Christ as both God and man, while 19 said it was sufficient to regard Jesus as 'God's supreme agent'"

This is exactly what Jesus himself testified to in the Bible:

"And this is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and
Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent." [John 17:3]

“Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me." [John 14:1]

"Why do you call me good?" Jesus answered. "No one is good--except God alone. [Mark 10:18]

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