Tag: Trinity

April 30, 2011 Off

Top 10 reasons why Trinity is not valid

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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.

April 14, 2011 Off

Christ in Islam book

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‘Christ in Islam’ by Ahmed Deedat not only covers the respect and status of Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) in Islam but also goes on to show that how Islamic version of life of Jesus is much more rational and based upon proofs and evidences.

April 12, 2011 Off

Who moved the stone

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WHO MOVED THE STONE? or who ROLLED away thestone? (Mark 16:3) is a question which has worried theologians for the past two thousand years. Mr Frank Morison, a prominent Bible scholar, tried to nail down this ghost(s) in a book bearing the same title as this tract. Between 1930 and 1975 his book has gone through ELEVEN editions. Through all his 192 pages of conjectures he failed to answer, “WHO MOVED THE STONE?” (Faber and Faber, London). Ahmed Deedat in this 16 pages book analysis the most famous answers to this question.

April 12, 2011 Off

God that never was

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This book (17 pages) logically and rationally analysis the concept of god as presented by Christianity.

April 12, 2011 Off

UBHaqa The instrument of Light

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This book has been written, after extensive research, by a man who was a Christian for 65 years and it is aimed at directing its readers through a path that will lead them to the belief in the One God who created the heavens and the earth, a God without mysteries. It is specially directed at those people who wish to know about Islam. A MUST READ FOR THOSE WHO ARE STRIVING FOR KNOWLEDGE ON THESE TOPICS.

April 7, 2011 Off

Fundamentals of Tawheed

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Tawheed, or Oneness of God, is the core of Islamic faith. It is common knowledge that is the pillar of Islam that is most precisely expressed in the formula “La Ilaha Illallah” (There is no god but Allah) which states that there is only one true God and he alone deserves to be worshiped. This seemingly simple formula forms the dividing line between Eeman (true belief in God) and Kufr (disbelief) according to the tenents of Islam. Because of this belief the Islamic concept of God is considered to be unitarian and Islam is counted among world’s monotheistic religions along with Judaism and Christianity. Yet according to the Islamic unitarian concept Christianity is classified as polytheism and Judaism is considered a subtle form of idolatry. Thus the principle of tawhid is profound and needs clarification even among Muslims.

February 6, 2011 Off

Jesus Vs Paul

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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.

November 5, 2010 Off

The concept of God in Islam

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There are many religions and spiritual institutions that say they believe in One God. Even many polytheistic religions do not entirely claim to believe in multiple gods. Amidst these claims of Monotheism by one and all, people usually misinterpret Islam as ‘just another’ religion that believes in ‘One God’.

However, a real look into Islamic concept of God makes one realize the degree to which a Islam believes in this Oneness of God, and how it is so very different and distinctly pure from all others that claim to believe in one God.

September 25, 2010 Off

An Introduction to Islamic Monotheism

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There are two Arabic words that are important to know for a discussion of Islamic monotheism. These are tawhid and shirk. Tawhid means “declaring God is one”, while shirk means “associating partners with God”. Thus tawhid is monotheism while shirk is to negate this by associating godly powers to others apart from God.

The Islamic scholars have defined three aspects to tawhid, each of which has several types of shirkthat negate it. Each of these will be discussed in turn.

July 19, 2010 Off

Does the Bible ever say, “Jesus is God”?

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The basic concept of Jesus being God is believed to be derived from Bible. However the concept of Jesus not being God could also be taken out from the same Bible. In fact things become very clear when both the claims are seen together, as done by Dr Jearld Dirks, who graduated from the Divinity school from Harvard University and is a former minister (deacon) of the United Methodist Church, in his talk on ‘Is Jesus God?’.