Monthly Archives: January 2011

Mr. Timothy Winter’s illustration of the supposedly superior ethic of Islamic forgiveness.

Over at http://www.bloggingtheology.wordpress.com  I have been debating with the blog owner about the means of obtaining forgiveness in the religion of Islam. After a while he replied with the following illustration, which he claims is proof of the superior ethic of … Continue reading

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Leviticus 17 v 11 and Jews for Judaism, part 2

The link to the Jews for Judaism article is here: http://www.jewsforjudaism.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=171:leviticus-1711&catid=72:scriptural-studies&Itemid=507 The next claims in the J for J article I would like to address are the following: 1. Blood is an effective means of atonement but by no means … Continue reading

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Is the Ummah divided over the place of blood sacrifice in Islamic rituals?

I was visiting the website submission.org lately and noticed that there was an article in response to a muslim visitor who was of the opinion that Abraham was behaving correctly as he prepared to sacrifice his son in response to … Continue reading

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Leviticus 17 v 11 and Jews for Judaism, part 1

At the Jews for Judaism web site is a long article which can be accessed through the following link: http://www.jewsforjudaism.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=171:leviticus-1711&catid=72:scriptural-studies&Itemid=507 As this is a long article I will address it in steps. This post will address his claims down to … Continue reading

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