Monthly Archives: December 2010

The centripetal servitude of Islam

If we draw a circle with the Muslim male representatively at it’s centre all the lines of servitude radiate inwardly to him from any point within the circle. All those within the circle mediate their salvation through him by giving him honour and servitude. In this way … Continue reading

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The parables of the kingdom and Islam, the 10 virgins

Matthew 25 KJV, as always: 1.Then shall the kingdom of heaven be likened unto ten virgins, which took their lamps, and went forth to meet the bridegroom. 2.And five of them were wise, and five were foolish. 3.They that were … Continue reading

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My responses to answering common questions on salvation that Christians pose to Muslims

Whatever is in quotation marks or bold type is the Muslim writer’s statement. 1) Islam teaches that Allah’s will is arbitrary. He can forgive whomever He wills according to the Qur’an. If Allah can forgive you without punishing you, how … Continue reading

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Blog exchanges on the theme of sacrifice

From the Koran it is clear that Mohammed did not see any need for himself to approach God through the use of bloody sacrifice as was the custom of the Jews based on the Old Testament. He thought he could … Continue reading

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