The free proclamation of the gospel is illegal under islamic Sharia law

Egypt: Christian pastor arrested for preaching Christ to Muslims

Egypt courtA Christian pastor was arrested in Egypt on the charge of preaching Christ to Muslims.

On August 10, Arabic mediareported that Islam Dayf, chief prosecutor in al-Minya governorate, ordered the imprisonment of Methat A., 37, who serves as a pastor of a church in the area.

He is charged with preaching the Gospel and distributing Christian books to Muslims in violation of the law.

The Christian man is reportedly being held for four days pending an investigation into the charges.

A number of Muslim citizens reported Methat to Egyptian security, claiming that he was preaching Christianity to Muslims and giving out books, among them the New Testament.

Less than a month earlier, three Christian youth were arrested for “contempt of Islam” in Egypt when some Muslims claimed that the young men were handing out bags of dates to Muslims ending Ramadan fast that allegedly claimed “the teachings of Christ.”

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8 Responses to The free proclamation of the gospel is illegal under islamic Sharia law

  1. Is Sharia Veiling koranic Testimony?
    Surah al-Imran:187 stated, “And remember God took a Covenant from the People of the Book, to make it known and clear to mankind, and not to hide it . . .” (A.Y. Ali English Version). The reference expresses “People of the Book” is to Judaism and Christian religion possess the Holy Books. To be specific in Surah al-Maidah:15, the context it indicates to refer specific to People of the Gospel that is address to Christian. Mean the Church oblige to share the Gospel is no exemption it include the Muslim in the sense the Church fully obedience to the covenant mandated by the Lord Jesus Christ they need to listen or inquire any part of the Bible not well clear to Muslim in general (See Surah 10:94; 5:72). Because Muslim required to believe in the Bible! (See Surah 2:1-6, 136). The Qur’an warn those who rejected had awful consequence (Surah 4:150-152). Now if the Koranic testimony did not generally stated not to recognize the authenticity of the People of the Gospel and their Bible they partly rejected base on the tradition of Islamic sharia interpretation of man-made law after the Qur’an. According to their scripture itself that I notice use express pronoun term “some” bad and “some” faithful follower than universally apostate since the time of the Prophet of Islam revealed to him in several occasion of suras, for example in Surah al-Imran:78, we read: “There is among them a section who distort the Book with their tonques: (As they read) you would think it is a part of the Book, but it is no part of the Book; and they say, “That is from God: It is they who tell a lie against God, and (well) they know it!” Further evidence of Koranic judgment to the People of the Book (Jew & Christian) in verse 110, we read: “Ye are the best of Peoples, evolved for mankind, enjoining what is right, forbidding what is wrong, and believing in God. If only the People of the Book had faith, it were best for them: among them are some who have faith, but most of them are perverted transgressors.” How could Muslim miss to overlook the Koranic testimony if the proclamation of the Gospel is not limited within the religion of Islam as we read such this kind of message in Surah al-Baqarah:62, stated: “Those who believe (in the Qur’an), and those who follow the Jewish (scriptures), and the Christians and the Sabians, – any who believe in God and the Last Day, and work righteousness, shall have their reward with their Lord: on them shall be no fear, nor shall they grieve.” The parenthesis “in the Qur’an” is both not in original Arabic text (Cf. Surah 5:72) it probe that this context speak future not in past tense. We will deal this argument with Muslim in sequence.

  2. θ says:

    Moslems believe that the story of Jesus in Gospels is either irrational or a dupe.
    We believe it is impossible to the Jew in the first century to absolutely never appear on the Day of Atonement and Tabernacle where he must confess his sin and ask God’s forgiveness.

    Therefore, the contention between Pharisees and Jesus in the Gospel is really a great myth against the simple cultural reality. How could the Jew – who must annually (at least during three years of his ministry) come to confess his sins in the public places on the Day of Atonement and Tabernacle – be divine?
    Moses’ Law and Aaron’s rites are designed carefully to make it truly impossible for any Jew to claim his exception over other Jews, such as his sinless life and his divinity.

    Are the twelve never witnessing how his Rabbi has always come to repent on the Yom Kippur and inside the booth for three years? Is he just standing alone when every Jews are bowing down toward the temple?

    Also, the

    Other unique traits of Jesus:
    . never calls God his Father nor he calls his mother Mother of God.
    . never claiming himself a God, or the Son of God, or a Gentile’s Prophet, but rather the Prophet sent by God for the people of the Book.
    . never ends the chain of Prophets with himself, but rather he was promising the coming of the praised – Ahmad – to Christians instead of Holy Ghost.
    . never teaches the sin-offering or sacrifice without immolation in the flame of fire.
    . never talks about his death by crucifixion outside the city, let alone his resurrection, but he may promise his ascension.

  3. θ says:

    Also, by comparing Jesus’ wandering life as one poor fellow without pillow to sleep, we have to think normally that the story of Gospel that mentions the obeisance and the use of the word “Lord” (instead of Rabbi) of the twelve toward Jesus is likely a legend or invention. Jesus is not the king or the rich man.
    Jews in that time are not a typical cultist folks, they must think ten times to bow down toward a poor wandering person.

  4. θ says:

    Another comprehension fallacy in the life of Jesus is, why does James (a brother of Jesus) not write or author the Gospel but just write the epistle instead? Why epistle? James must have a much better knowledge of Jesus’ actions.

  5. θ says:

    Beside Jewish cultures (Moses’ annual rites), Jewish background (of the twelve), and sibling of Jesus (James who just wrote epistle rather than Gospel), there’s an other literary flaw over the common narrative of Jesus’ life in the Gospel. That is, his miracle never truly shows a real power of “creatio ex-nihilo” (creating a thing out of nothing) to the doubtful crowds. He just changes the water to other substance of the wine, he duplicates the fried fishes and the breads, he gives the blind an eyesight, he cast a legion of devils from inside to outside of the body, et cetera.

    In Qur’an the miracle of Jesus is much powerful than that in the Bible, he changes the substance of the mud and clay to the flesh of living birds, and one Prophet to the Arabian (Salih the Prophet) creates the camel out of nothing, Q.54 v.27, Q.91 v.13 , Q.26 v.155 , Q.17 v.59, Q.11 v.64, Q.7 v.73.

  6. madmanna says:

    “Other unique traits of Jesus:
    . never calls God his Father nor he calls his mother Mother of God.
    . never claiming himself a God, or the Son of God, or a Gentile’s Prophet, but rather the Prophet sent by God for the people of the Book.
    . never ends the chain of Prophets with himself, but rather he was promising the coming of the praised – Ahmad – to Christians instead of Holy Ghost.
    . never teaches the sin-offering or sacrifice without immolation in the flame of fire.
    . never talks about his death by crucifixion outside the city, let alone his resurrection, but he may promise his ascension.”

    Stop lying like the fornicating and adulterous prophet that you worship. Fornicating with his sex slaves and stealing other men’s wives to commit adultery and fornicate with them.

  7. madmanna says:

    “Are the twelve never witnessing how his Rabbi has always come to repent on the Yom Kippur and inside the booth for three years? Is he just standing alone when every Jews are bowing down toward the temple?”

    Jesus never repented. He said he was sinless so he never took part in the day of atonement. He never offered any sacrifice for sin.

    John 8 v 44 Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.

    These words apply to you and your prophet. Read them carefully so you know why you are going to hell to join to join your prophet.

    John 8 v 45 And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not.

    Jesus said: John 8 v 46 Which of you convinceth me of sin?

    And if I say the truth, why do ye not believe me? 47He that is of God heareth God’s words: ye therefore hear them not, because ye are not of God.

  8. θ says:

    “madmanna says: Jesus never repented. He said he was sinless so he never took part in the day of atonement. He never offered any sacrifice for sin.
    Jesus said: John 8 v 46 Which of you convinceth me of sin?”

    Where is the consistency? Missing just one Tanachic yearly feasts is equal to entire sin of violating all commandments.
    Since Jesus is bound to perform John’s baptism in Jordan river, also he is obliged to come and repent in the temple on the Day of Atonement and in the booth on the day of Tabernacle.

    Christians have the great difficulty and obvious theological problem of making one simple plausible explanation why Jesus is baptised by John but never comes to repent on the Day of Atonement and Tabernacle.

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