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Was Mohammad a true prophet of God? Does the Bible Predict Mohammad? by Vladimir Susic

Part 1: Is Mohammad a true prophet of God? While our Muslim friends would certainly answer "Yes",we as Christians, are to "test the spirits" (1 John 4:1) and not to take any theological claim,or any claim in general without evidence. Even tho we know historically that much of what we know about Mohammad's life are latter opinions from eight and ninth century,contained in the "Hadith",transmited by "Isnad",or,chains of narration,non written chains of narration that is,one [...]

By |2020-03-16T10:26:48+02:00Jul 1st, 2016|Islam, Muhammad|2 Comments

“Ten Ways the Bible Disproves the Trinity” refuted by Vladimir Susic.

Hello everyone,today we will be dealing with an article from the "MANY PROPHETS ONE MESSAGE" site that focussed on 10 points that seemingly disproofs the Trinity! Here is the actual link: ten ways the Bible refutes the Trinity 1. "God Does not change": First point our muslim friends make is that God does not change,so thus they make an argument,that in a deductive form would look something like this: 1.God does not change 2.God would change [...]

By |2020-03-16T12:35:06+02:00May 4th, 2016|Islam, Monotheism, Quran, Trinity, Unitarianism|2 Comments

What Indeed Was the Sign of Jonah? by John Gilchrist

According to both the Bible and the Qur'an, Jesus Christ performed many mighty miracles during his brief three-year ministry in the land of Israel. Many of the Jews were led to believe in him when they saw such signs and wonders being performed. The Jewish leaders, however, refused to believe in him and although his miracles were widely known they often pressed him hard to perform signs or, indeed, even give them a sign from [...]

Siege of the Prophets: Muhammad Jesus and Moses? Pastor Rudolph Boshoff.

This is a follow on from an earlier article I published that asked the question: "Is Muhammad the Prophet mentioned in Deuteronomy 18?" This article will give only 10 reasons why it couldn't have been Muhammad! I would like to keep it short and direct so that you the reader can peruse it for yourself! Muhammad Jesus and Moses?  Can we deem these three figures on the same level? I honestly do not think so, [...]

By |2021-01-08T09:39:31+02:00Mar 22nd, 2016|Christology, Islam, Muhammad|0 Comments

My take on Yahya Snow’s “South African Christian-Muslim Apologetics Review of Yusuf Bux and Rudolph Boshoff (Ad Lucem)”.

Original Commentary can be viewed here: “Rudolph Boshoff's opening salvo included the old love argument” Response: Mr Snow is right, I did include the argument of love. Before we even get to the “love argument” I think it is fair to reply that the structure that I followed was the following: The Trinitarian Worldview. Reasons given for rejecting the doctrine of the Trinity. Reasons given for accepting the doctrine of the Trinity. Evaluating divine transcendence and [...]

By |2020-03-21T11:18:22+02:00Feb 19th, 2016|Islam|0 Comments

Our approach to Islam: Charity or Militancy? by John Gilchrist.

OUR APPROACH TO ISLAM: THE CHRISTIAN ALTERNATIVE: TOLERANCE AND RESPECT. "And I will show you a still more excellent way ... Love is patient and kind".1 Corinthians 13.1,4  The Jihad option was perhaps the Church's first real response to Islam. After the initial expansion of Islam during the first hundred and fifty years after Muhammad's death, when Muslim armies marched across North Africa and into Spain, conquering most of the Middle East and parts of [...]

By |2020-03-21T11:22:18+02:00Feb 1st, 2016|Allah, Islam, Yahweh|5 Comments

A sober review of Reza Aslan’s “Zealot:the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth” by Pastor Rudolph Boshoff

Currently, on the New York NR1#, the bestseller list is Reza Aslan's "Zealot: the life and times of Jesus of Nazareth". In this article I would like to look at seven of Aslan’s points and weigh its validity: 1. Jesus was a violent revolutionary Many scholars have argued that Jesus was a political figure. After all, he was crucified by Rome, and crucifixion was at the time punishment for political offenses. But these scholars often [...]

By |2020-03-16T16:03:20+02:00Sep 10th, 2015|Islam|0 Comments

The Bible compared to other religious texts by Winfred Corduan.

Once again, I wish to underscore that a survey of all the writings for which inspiration has been claimed at one time or another is not possible. In the preceding argument, I tried to show that one is not necessary either. Further, one could even question that such a survey is desirable for reasons other than the quest for knowledge, once it has been established that there is one exclusively inspired Scripture. Still, we can [...]

A Systematic synopsis of Molana Ahmed Pandor’s “The concept of God’s mercy in Islam and Christianity” by Pastor Rudolph Boshoff

Mr Pandor’s book can be downloaded for free from the I.P.C.I. website. Mr Molana Pandor asked early in the book that we“Please read the entire book, not just mere browsing or else the essence of the books systematic sequence will be lost”[1]. Respectfully, I have endeavoured to do that and my response to Mr Pandor will be systematic and sequential from the first page to the last page of his book. If there are overlapping points I will refer [...]

By |2020-03-16T16:37:58+02:00Jul 20th, 2015|Christology, Islam, Sin and Salvation, Trinity, Yahweh|Comments Off on A Systematic synopsis of Molana Ahmed Pandor’s “The concept of God’s mercy in Islam and Christianity” by Pastor Rudolph Boshoff

Was the Bible corrupted? Muslim scholars agree it was not! by Pastor Rudolph Boshoff

Interesting that some Muslim scholars agree that corruption of the text was rather the way the Christians interpreted the text rather than the text itself that was corrupted? They say: "the charge of corruption of the Biblical texts makes no sense at all. It would not have been possible for Jews and Christians everywhere to agree on changing the text. Even if those in Arabia had done it, the difference between their book and those [...]

By |2021-08-15T01:35:55+02:00Jul 12th, 2014|Islam, New Testament Reliability|0 Comments
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