Monthly Archives: January 2014

History is on our side on the Crucifixion and death of Jesus

More interaction with Paul Bilal Williams, the apostate Christian turned Muslim at his blog. Note:  I removed the links to Paul B. Williams old web-site because he deleted the whole web-site a while back and now there seems to be … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Crucifixion of Jesus Christ, History, Islam, Paul Bilal Williams | 14 Comments

Who has history on it’s side? Christianity or Islam?

Dr. White noticed this at Paul Williams blog and commented: “Secondly, I was recently sent this notification and found it fascinating. It was accompanied with the snide remark from Paul Williams, the apostate convert to Islam who pretends to be … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Crucifixion of Jesus Christ, History, Islam

God’s purposes in suffering – Joni Eareckson Tada

Joni Eareckson Tada is a beautiful example of “power made manifest in weakness” ( see 2 Corinthians 12:7-10) 7 Because of the surpassing greatness of the revelations, for this reason, to keep me from exalting myself, there was given me a thorn in … Continue reading

Posted in Sanctification/Holy living, Spiritual growth, Suffering and God's Sovereignty, Theology of God, Word of Faith heresies | 1 Comment

Responding to Muslim’s abuse of Matthew 15:24 and 10:5-6

Muslims abuse these two passages – Matthew 15:24 and 10:5-6 to try and somehow show that Jesus was only sent for Israel and, then, they try to make an argument that somehow Muhammad was a message for all the nations … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Historical reliability of the Bible, Islam, missions, Other cultures, Sin in Islam | 7 Comments

Why does God allow evil and suffering? John MacArthur I would encourage everyone who sees this to listen carefully and stop and look up all the verses that he cites in the Bible.  Work through this slowly.  I provide a lot of the outline below and intersperse my … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Suffering and God's Sovereignty, Theology of God | 18 Comments

Sahih صحیح (correct, right, genuine) Hadith in Al Bukhari on the government control of the textual history of the Qur’an

Narrated Zaid bin Thabit: Abu Bakr As-Siddiq sent for me when the people! of Yamama had been killed (i.e., a number of the Prophet’s Companions who fought against Musailama). (I went to him) and found ‘Umar bin Al-Khattab sitting with … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Islam, Muslims, Textual History of the Qur'an, Uthman Recension | Tagged | 11 Comments

Islam and Original Sin (Part 1)

Islam does not accept the doctrine of original inherited sin as in the Bible (Genesis 6:5; 8:21; Psalm 51:4-5; Psalm 58:3; Romans 5:12) and in Christian theology developed by Augustine, Luther, Calvin, and the Protestant and Reformed churches.   They … Continue reading

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The surprising final message of the British TV show “The Prisoner” (1967-1968)

The cool intro music theme, and ending theme is the first video.  This TV show fascinated me when I saw it as a young person.  It was so mysterious and cool and yet so weird and different; it left me … Continue reading

Posted in Original sin

The doctrine of the Trinity – “Trinitas Unitas” & “Unitas Trinitas”

“Trinitas Unitas” (Latin) = “three in One” = “three persons in One God” and “Unitas Trinitas” = One God in three persons”. (from the Athanasian Creed, developed in the west though the Latin theology of Tertullian and Augustine. more below) … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, The doctrine of the Trinity | 21 Comments

The cultural tendency of the Muslim world to cover up their sins

Paul Williams wrote: (at his old blog, no longer available)  (quoting Hamza Yusuf) “We must remember that if a person has done wrong his spiritual path is not severed. There is recourse. One seeks repentance with God. One should not confess or … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, Islam, Repentance, Sin in Islam, Spiritual growth | Tagged , , | 3 Comments