New Video – Biology of Trees and Biblical Tree-burning (Or A Comparison of Biblical and Islamic Rules of War)

As-salaam alaikum. I uploaded a new video, summarizing the article "The Biology of Trees and the Phenomenon of Biblical Tree-burning - Educating a Christian Apologist", in which I embarrassed the vile Indian Christian Zozo Francisco (aka Hanuman). Check it out (and remember to subscribe if you haven't already)! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9_dNhL9DU0

The “Anointed One” Will Be “Cut-Off”: A Response to Ken Temple and The Christian Abuse of Daniel 9:26

The "Anointed One" Will Be "Cut-Off": A Response to Ken Temple and the Christian Abuse of Daniel 9:26 بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْم “After the sixty-two ‘sevens,’ the Anointed One will be put to death and will have nothing.” - Daniel 9:26             This article is a brief response to the Christian apologist Ken Temple’s appeal …

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Corruption of the Scriptures: Part I – Does Islam Confirm the Bible As a Scripture from God?

Corruption of the Scriptures: Part I - Does Islam Confirm the Bible As a Scripture from God?  By Quran and Bible Blog Contributor stewjo004 بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْم “...The devils inspire each other so that they can argue with you and if you follow them then you will be of those who equate others with …

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A further comment on Jesus the messiah, Isaiah 53, Psalm 22

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Christians point ‘to passages in the Bible that talked about one who suffered and was then vindicated, passages such as Isaiah 53 and Psalm 22. Jews, though, had a ready response: these passages are not talking about the messiah. And you can see by reading them for yourself, in fact the word messiah never occurs in them.

Whether or not you choose to understand these passages as referring to the messiah, even though they make no explicit reference to the messiah, is beside my point at this stage. My point here is that no Jew before Christianity was on the scene ever interpreted such passages as referring to the messiah. The messiah was to be a figure of great strength who overwhelmed the enemy and set up God’s kingdom; but Jesus was squashed by the enemy. For most Jews, this was decisive enough. Jesus wasn’t the messiah, more or less by…

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Cerbie’s Nightmare Continues…The Bible on Marriage

So Cerbie is apparently obsessed with the happy marriage between Muhammad (peace be upon him) and Aisha (may Allah be pleased with her).  This is despite the fact that he has presented no proof to the contrary, and keeps harping about the age difference, even though it has been proven time and again that this …

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Missing Books in the Bible

Missing Books in the Bible By Quran and Bible Blog Contributor stewjo004 بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمٰنِ الرَّحِيْم “God had taken a Covenant from the Children of Israel… But they broke their Covenant, so I cursed them and made their hearts hard. They changed the words from their original places and have forgotten a huge piece of …

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The destruction of the Midianites, according to Josephus – Revisiting Numbers 31:18

To continue further exposing Cerbie's lies in his attempts to cover up the brutality of Numbers 31, here is the 1st-century Jewish historian Josephus' account of the war against the Midianites, and the sparing of the virgins: "Now when the enemies were discomfited, the Hebrews spoiled their country, and took a great prey, and destroyed …

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Allan Ruhl and the Song of Songs

Allan Ruhl and the Song of Songs: A Case Study in Mental Gymnastics             The Catholic apologist Allan Ruhl has responded to my recent publication “Is Muhammad in the Song of Songs?  Responding to a Christian’s Objections”, but has offered a rather poor rebuttal.   In this follow-up article, I will discuss his failure to refute …

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