Monthly Archives: April 2020

Moses wrote about Jesus the Messiah

This article claims that John 5:46 is wrong and that Jesus did not say it and that Moses did not write about the coming Messiah Jesus. Yet Jesus Himself said that Moses DID write and predict Him. John 5:46 If … Continue reading

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The Qur’an misunderstands the Trinity

“Does the Qur’an misunderstand the Trinity?   [Analysis of Sūrat al-ikhlāṣ] (Surah 112) Surah 112 (Al-Ikhlas =  الاخلاص ، “The Purity”) does not show knowledge or understanding of the Trinity nor the eternal Sonship of Christ, nor the Deity of Christ, … Continue reading


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Day of Atonement to Isaiah 53 to Jesus

The Day of Atonement (Yom Kippur = יום כפר ) of Leviticus 16 is an amazing parallel to the sacrifice of Jesus Christ!  Jesus also fulfilled the Passover the Sacrifice, and the New Testament teaches just that.  (John 1:29; 1 … Continue reading

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More Substitutionary atonement in Islamic sources For more see: Why did Allah substitute an innocent ram in the place of Abraham’s son? Islam could not get rid of the concept of substitutionary atonement.

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Refutation of Bart Ehrman

Refutation of Bart Ehrman’s charge that the Gospel of John contradicts the Synoptics on the matter of the day of the crucifixion of Christ. Key Historical background truths that help us understand the issue:  The Jews started counting when a … Continue reading

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