At Blogging Theology, the brainwashed Trinitarian apologist Ken Temple is struggling to explain how his worship of Jesus (peace be upon him) is any different from the Hindu worship of their “gods”, such as Krishna. Temple has tried to wiggle his way out of the uncomfortable conundrum by going off on tangents, such as how Christianity is supposedly “monotheistic” while Hinduism is polytheistic. He has also tried to deny the existence of Krishna as a historical person, as well as denouncing the Hindu gods as “cartoons”. But the problem for him is that none of these excuses refutes the main issue, which is that both Christians and Hindus worship flesh-and-blood people (whether real or imagined). Like Jesus (peace be upon him), Krishna is depicted as a man (albeit, usually a blue man). Both were miraculously born, and both died. Whatever his feelings about Hinduism as a false religion (which, of course, it is), it does NOT change the fact that his fellow Christians have one thing in common with Hindus: they all engage in man-worship, which is nothing more than idolatry and paganism.
Besides, even if Krishna was not a historical person (whether he was or wasn’t is not the issue), Temple’s troubles do not disappear. History is full of undeniable examples of historical figures who were worshipped as “gods”. One need not look further than the Roman emperors or the Egyptian pharaohs. Another good example is Mahavira, who is worshiped by followers of Jainism. He is even referred to as “Lord Mahavira”, just as Christians refer to Jesus as “Lord Jesus”. Yet another example is Sai Baba, who is worshiped by many Hindus (and even many Indian so-called “Muslims”). All of this is paganism, so how is Christian worship of Jesus (peace be upon him) any different. These acts of devotion are inspired by Satan, and are nothing more than sickening idolatry, and Temple’s failure to refute this is further proof that Christianity is a false religion which will lead it’s followers to the fires of hell. Consequently, Ken Temple has been honored with his rightful place on the Quran and Bible Blog’s “Missionary Wall of Shame“.
Repent, oh you Christians! Come to Islam and worship the One True God, Allah (Glorified and Exalted be He), who is not a man, but the Creator of all that exists.