Monthly Archives: September 2013

In Islam, there is a lack of the holiness/justice of God, and a lack of the fullness of the love of God, since it denies the atonement of Christ

James White explains the gospel, in one of his debates with Sammy Zaatari.   ( I cannot figure out which debate this was from. It does not look like the 2 that I know about that are on the internet) … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Islam | 34 Comments

Response to Shabir Ally and Paul Bilal Williams on the incarnation and atonement

Paul Bilal Williams has a video up of Shabir Ally questioning the doctrine of the incarnation and atonement and the Christian/ Biblical teaching that Christ, as the sinless Son of God, could die for our sins and forgive us.  [Paul … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Crucifixion of Jesus Christ, Islam, The doctrine of the Trinity | 2 Comments

The Result of a man-made religion with no love in God’s essence, no atonement, no concept of the Fatherhood of God

“In Islam, there is no fatherhood of God and no purpose of redemption  to soften the doctrine of the decrees.”  Samuel Zwemer, The Moslem Doctrine of God, page 100. (see link to Zwemer’s book) * by “decrees”, Zwemer is meaning Allah’s … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Islam | 105 Comments

Evolution vs. God

Posted in Apologetics, Evolution and Creation | 1 Comment

The Prosperity Gospel is not the Gospel of Jesus Christ

The Prosperity Gospel or otherwise known as The Word of Faith movement Name it Claim it theology Health and Wealth Gospel – that God wants all believers to be rich and always healthy and never sick and that you should … Continue reading

Posted in Word of Faith heresies

No Muslim can deal with Mark 10:23-27

Muslims such as Paul Bilal Williams and Shabir Ally love to quote Mark 10:17-22, but they always leave out verses 23-27; and they cannot deal with the context of the passage and verses 23-27, since those verses provide the solution … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Islam, Justification, Muslims, Paul Bilal Williams | 9 Comments