Very Important. Nowadays we find a lot of youngsters using such phrases when you point something to them.[See full post]
Trinity was never taught by any of the prophets, not even Jesus (pbuh). A careful study of the current day bible has led even many of the bishops and priests today to denounce this concept. But the average Christian is still made to believe in it by local Churches.
In this episode, Dr.Laurence Brown explains top 10 such reasons why Trinity is not valid; neither by study of Bible nor by history.[See full post]
On one side is Jesus Christ (pbuh) giving the true message of God. On the other hand is Paul, claiming to be continuing Jesus’ job. But did Paul really continue it? Or did he bring into Christianity what Jesus himself opposed throughout his stay on earth. In this episode of The Deen Show, Dr. Brown explains some of the primary differences between the taproot of the message of Jesus and the Pauline Doctrine; and shows how the modern day Church is Pauline in nature and far too away from the message of Jesus Christ.[See full post]
The Arabic word hadeeth basically means ‘an item of news, conversation, a tale, a story or a report,’ whether historical or legendary, true or false, relating to the present or the past. However with respect to Islam, it is synonymous to whatever statements, acts, approvals, physical or character descriptions that are attributable to the Prophet (PBUH) along with his biography before or after the beginning of his prophethood.[See full post]
In this lecture, Naved Aziz counter-argues on some of the allegations and misinterpretations of people who reject the need of Sunnah or deny the authenticity of Hadiths.[See full post]