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The Qur’an before the Qur’an by Rudolph Boshoff

(15-Minute read). Keith Small wrote that any religion professing to be the sole foundation of truth should never shy away from any form of scrutiny. He wrote; “Many people of all faiths and no faith have come to realize that religious tradition cannot be followed blindly. If a religion is to commend itself in this age, it must be open to the hardest and best questions put to it. We no longer live in a [...]

By |2020-05-20T08:03:43+02:00Apr 21st, 2020|Holy Books, Islam, Muhammad, Quran|1 Comment

3 Things every Christian should know about the Qur’an by Rudolph Boshoff

(5-Minute Read). The Qur'an is the Holy Scripture of the Muslim People with a vast influence communicating a quality of Allah (sifa) expressing His will. The Prophet Muhammad is said to be the sole guide through whom Allah delivered this holy book via the angel Jibreel (جبريل "Gabriel"). Christians should note that this book supersedes the Christian Scriptures in the estimation of every Muslim, and is the “furqān” (الفرقان‎, "The Criterion") to these people. To [...]

By |2020-03-13T14:45:36+02:00Jan 3rd, 2020|Holy Books, Quran|0 Comments

Original Sin in Christianity and Islam: A Christian perspective by Pastor Rudolph Boshoff

(Average: 15 minute read). A definition of Sin: Sin! The mechanism the world use to indulge itself in acts of selfishness. Scripture reminds us ‘all have sinned’[1] because ‘’each one is tempted when by his own evil desires he is lured away and enticed. Then after desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin.”[2]We dabble with Sin every single day! David said, “Surely I was sinful at birth, sinful from the time my mother conceived [...]

By |2020-03-21T11:11:42+02:00Sep 17th, 2018|Islam, Quran, Sin and Salvation|0 Comments

The Mind and Spirit of the Book of Allah by John Gilchrist.

1. ALLAH – THE CENTRAL THEME OF THE QUR'AN THE FOCAL POINT: "THERE IS NO GOD BUT ALLAH" If it were to be asked what convicted Muhammad more than anything else that he was called to be the last of God's prophets it could be said that his initial visions on Mount Hira were sufficient to persuade him that everything that "came" to him thereafter, whether by exoteric experience or inner inspiration, had a supernatural [...]

By |2020-03-14T09:03:08+02:00Mar 30th, 2018|Allah, Quran|0 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|0 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 [...]

Biblical preservation in light of the Qur’an by Pastor Rudolph Boshoff

"the words of the Lord are flawless, like silver purified in a crucible like gold refined seven times". (Psalm 12:6). More and more these days I find Theistic friends that are not from a Christian orientation use the prevalent view from secular scholarship predicting that the Bible books were corrupted and partially lost. Now earlier I have written on the trustworthiness of the text "The bible: now vs then"  but in this article I would like [...]

By |2020-03-16T16:10:00+02:00Aug 31st, 2015|New Testament Reliability, Quran|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 [...]