Monthly Archives: January 2012

Did Mohammed lose faith in the predestinating power of Allah? He moulded Sharia law in it’s final form to overide the freedom of Allah to predestinate the religious belief of men.

If I understand rightly when Mohammed was preaching in Mecca he proclaimed to pagans, Christians and Jews alike the sovereignty of Allah over the will of man in the sphere of religious belief.  In other words Mohammed proclaimed that Allah … Continue reading

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An essential attribute of the Father is his Fatherhood to the Son, of the Son his Sonship to the Father.

“For the Father loveth the Son, and sheweth him all things that himself doeth: and he will shew him greater works than these, that ye may marvel.” “While he yet spake, behold, a bright cloud overshadowed them: and behold a … Continue reading

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Is God a What and three Whos ? I don’t think so.

Not according to Shedd, quoted from William G.T. Shedd, Dogmatic Theology, p. 239-240: “It  must be noted that divine self-consciousness is not a fourth consciousness additional to the three hypostatic consciousnesses, but is the resultant of these three. The three … Continue reading

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Immediately after the prophet Mohammed’s death Allah goes to great lengths to prove his own non-existence.

When Mohammed died he left no son to succeed him. He did not appoint a successor. He gave no instructions as to who should be the Caliph after him. A wise ruler would have dealt with the matter to prevent … Continue reading

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Why are the prophets of Islam supposed to be sinless and why debate about the incarnation?

I watched the recent debate between Dr. White and Abdullah Kunde which was fairly interesting but I have to conclude more or less pointless. At debates like this the reality comes to the surface that Christians and Muslims believe in … Continue reading

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