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Christianity, Jesus and the Bible

"In a shocking survey of Anglican bishops in London, it was found that more than half of England’s Anglican bishops say Christians are not obliged to believe that Jesus Christ was God, according to a survey published today. The poll of 31 of England’s 39 bishops shows that many of them think that Christ’s miracles, the virgin birth and the resurrection might not have happened exactly as described in the Bible. Only 11 of the bishops insisted that Christians must regard Christ as both God and man, while 19 said it was sufficient to regard Jesus as “God’s supreme agent”. One declined to give a definite opinion." The poll was carried out by London Weekend Television’s weekly religion show, Credo. 'DAILY NEWS' 25/6/84

Interviews, Debates on Christianity Faith

Top 10 reasons why the Trinity is invalid; Did Jesus really die for the sins of the world?; Top bible scholar leaves Christianity; Can God have a son?; Was Jesus crucified?; Does the bible misquote Jesus?; Is Jesus God?; Is Muhammed in the bible?; Amazing facts about the bible; Old bible proves the Quran is right; How the bible led me to Islam Continue

Top 10 reasons why Jesus is not God

Pauline Theology

“What Paul proclaimed as ‘Christianity’ was sheer heresy which could not be based on the Jewish or Essene faith, or on the teaching of Rabbi Jesus.  But, as Schonfield says, ‘The Pauline heresy became the foundatiion Continue

Christianity - Past and present

The question that one is obliged to ask is: Has Christianity remained in the state in which it was originally revealed by God to His servant and Messenger Jesus? In order to answer this question, it is necessary to bring Continue

The hidden truth in Barnabas

It was Paul himself who pointed out that if Jesus was neither crucified nor raised from the dead, then the bottom falls out of the Paulinian thesis: “And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your Continue

Religious Mysteries 101

Of all the Christian mysteries, none rank as highly as the concept of Christ's crucifixion and atoning sacrifice. In fact, Christians base their salvation on this one tenet of faith. And if it really happened, shouldn't we all? Continue

The origin of the New Testament

As presently constituted, the New Testament consists of 27 books, of which four are classified as gospels. Those books, which were not included within the New Testament canon, but which were once part and parcel of Continue

Top 10 reasons why the Trinity is invalid

 

Jesus' message and miracles

Why would Jesus give him the impossible solution of keeping the Law (as the Christian alleges) when an easier way was in the offing? Or did he not know what was going to happen, that he was to be crucified? Was there Continue

Jesus - The 'god' that never was

Numerous quotations from the Bible are given below to prove that Jesus neither shared the nature of God, nor is he in every way like God. He can, therefore, never be God. We have given the quotations from the Continue

The true message of Jesus Christ

In a shocking survey Of Anglican bishops in London: More than half of England’s Anglican bishops say Christians are not obliged to believe that Jesus Christ was God, according to a survey published today. The Continue

Judaism's holy book - the Talmud

"A rabbi debates God and defeats Him. God admits the rabbi won the debate, "If a man commits adultery with another man's wife both the adulterer and the adulteress must be put to death" "It is well for those whose children Continue

Jesus Christ - Through a muslim lens

Jesus of Nazareth is the most widely revered religious figure in the world. Not only is he central to Christianity, the largest religion in the world, he is also venerated throughout Islam, the world's second largest faith. Christ Continue

The Quran and Bible's misconceptions

Furthermore the scientific errors contained in the Bible - such as those describing man's first appearance on earth, which, as we have seen, may be deduced from the Genealogies that figure in Genesis are not to be Continue

Resurrection or resuscitation?

All the knowledge of the disciples regarding their Master was from hearsay. They had heard that their master was hanged on the Cross; they had heard that he had given up the Ghost; they had heard that he was dead Continue

The crucifixion - A question of identity

To millions of Christians raised with a Sunday School interpretation of Christianity, this article may come as something of a shock. However, for those Christians, the shocks are only just the beginning. Indeed, the Continue

What the Bible says about Muhammad?

If we look up any Bible which has a concordance or cross-references, the we will find in the marginal note where the words ‘the Prophet’, or ‘that Prophet’ occur in John 1:25, that these words refer to the prophecy of Continue

Mary the mother of Jesus

The Bible is unable to give us any details of Mary’s birth; however, the Quran informs us that the wife of Imran dedicated her unborn child to the service of God. Mary’s mother, the wife of Imran, was Hannah. She was the Continue

Is the Bible God's word?

How do we know that a book claimed to be from God is really the Book of God? One of the tests, out of many such tests, is that a Message emanating from an Omniscient Being must be consistent with itself. It ought to Continue

Who moved the stone?

Jesus saith unto her, Woman, why weepest thou? whom seekest thou? She, supposing him to be the gardener, saith unto him. Sir, if thou hast taken him hence, tell me where thou hast laid him, and I will take him away Continue

Who invented the Trinity?

While Paul of Tarsus, the man who could rightfully be considered the true founder of Christianity, did formulate many of its doctrines, that of the Trinity was not among them. He did, however, lay the groundwork for Continue

The Old Testament

"The Bible has noble poetry in it; and some clever fables; and some blood-drenched history; and a wealth of obscenity; and upwards of a thousand lies." (Mark Twain). Let's begin by putting "two of every sort (of animal) Continue

Crucifixion or cruci-fiction?

The Jews were in extreme haste to have Jesus done away with. Remember the midnight trial? Early in the morning, they dragged him to Pilate. From Pilate to Herod. From Herod back to Pilate. According to a bois Continue

Jesus and Mary in The Quran

Many men reached the level of perfection, but no woman reached such a level except Mary, the daughter of Imran and Asia, the wife of Pharaoh. “And Mary the daughter of 'Imran, who guarded her chastity; and We Continue

Jesus - And the upper room

But Jesus was no stranger to the house. He was like a member of the family of the disciple Jesus loved. He had no need to knock at bolted doors to terrify his timid flock. There were more ways than one of getting in. If there Continue

An historical account of Jesus Christ

Out of the four Gospels, Mark and John are silent about Jesus's birth, and Matthew only casually mentions it. Both Luke and Matthew contradict themselves by giving a human genealogy on the father's side to Continue

The Gospel of Barnabas

Both those who have a vested interest in attempting to 'prove' that the Gospel of Barnabas is a 'forgery' and those who simply want to be able to establish the truth of the matter, whatever it may be, are quick to point out Continue

Parallels between Islam and Christianity

Violence was unheard of, whether in the school or elsewhere. Divorce would have been cause for a social scandal, and I cannot remember even one nuclear family that was not intact. The church was the center of Continue

Polygamy in Judaism and Christianity

During the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther said, “I confess for my part that if a man wishes to marry two or more wives, I cannot forbid him for it does not contradict the Scripture.” He advised Philip of Hesse that he Continue

The Bible, The Quran and science

Once we begin to ask ourselves in an unbiased or unprejudiced way about the metaphysical lessons to be derived from some of today's knowledge, (for example our knowledge of the infinitely small or the problem of life) Continue

Who is Jehovah?

Astonishing as it may sound, it is an admitted fact that prior to the sixteenth century, the word “Jehovah,” was unheard of. Whenever the origin of this word appeared in its true Hebrew form in Jewish Scriptures, read Continue

Crucifixion on good Wed or on good Fri?

The Christians are already inventing a way out of this dilemma. They have now invented the ‘Good Wednesday’ theory. ‘The Plain Truth’ with its monthly free worldwide circulation of 6 million copies, is offering further Continue

Christianity is a 'mask' on Jesus' face

More and more people are now aware that the Christianity they know has little to do with the original teaching of Jesus. During the last two centuries the research of the historians has left little room for faith in the Christian Continue

Trinitarian Christianity in Europe

Despite the tremendous power which came to be wielded by the Trinitarian Roman Catholic and Protestant Churches in Europe, however, they could not quite stamp out belief in the Divine Unity amongst those who p Continue

Jesus, son of Mary

It was at the First Council of Nicea (325 AD) that Jesus was voted by the majority of the members to be divine rather than God’s Prophet and Messenger. The concept of the trinity was established by declaring Continue

Facts about Christianity

Isaiah 37 and 2 Kings 19 are identical word for word. Yet they have been attributed to two different authors, centuries apart, whom the Christians claim have been inspired by God. Who is copying whom? Who is steal Continue

The genealogy of Jesus

Of the four Gospel writers, God “inspired” only two of them to record the genealogy of His “son.” To make it easy for you to compare the “fathers and grandfathers” of Jesus Christ in both the “inspired” lists, I have Continue

Jesus Christ in Islam

Thus Jesus defended his mother from the grave calumny and innuendoes of her enemies. This is the very first miracle attributed to Jesus in the Quran that, he spoke as an infant from his mother’s arms. Contrast this Continue

Contradictions in the Bible

God good to all, or just a few? The Lord is good to all: and his tender mercies are over all his works. (Psa 145:9) And I will dash them one against another, even the fathers and the sons together, saith the Lord: I will not Continue

Who made-up the Trinity?

The most that the Paulinian Church could hope to achieve was the systematic and complete suppression of all the Judeo-Christian writings which clearly and unequivocally affirmed the Oneness of God as well as conf Continue

What was the sign of Jonah?

What was the "sign" (miracle) of Jonah? We have to go to the "Book of Jonah" in the Old Testament to find out. God commanded Jonah to go to Nineveh and warn the Ninevites to repent from their "evil ways, and Continue

Jesus - The 'son' of God

The human mind can't help reasoning that since the 'begotten son' of an African will look like an African, and that of a China man as a Chinese, and that of an Indian like an Indian: so the begotten son of God aught Continue

Barnabas and the early Christians

Much that was known about Barnabas and the early Christians has been lost. It is this policy of the Trinitarians which probably indicates why any reference to Barnabas during Jesus's mission is strangely missing from the Continue

Jesus freaks

Now, that assertion requires an explanation, and it goes like this: To begin with, both Christianity and Islam consider Jesus to have been a prophet of their religion. However, whereas Jesus' teachings have been lost Continue

The origin of crucifixion

Contrary to common belief, Jesus was not nailed to the cross, but bound, if at all, like the other two. In the light of the knowledge available, we must regard the 'Doubting Thomas' episode as a flagrant 'gospel fabrication', Continue