eBook Category Archive: RELIGIONS

Status of Jesus in Islaam by Shaykh Dr Rabee’ ibn Haadee al Madkhalee

Muhammed (PBUH) The Natural Successor To Christ (PBUH)

Successions are of many kinds like the birthright of the “first-born” as in Jewish law. Or the ascending of the eldest son or daughter to the kingly throne. Or by election, to select a candidate by the vote of the majority. Or Theologically, an appointment by Divine Decree of God’s chosen Messengers. Like the call …

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The Truth About Jesus (PBUH)

The controversy about the personality of Jesus Christ is the major difference between Islam and Christianity. This difference keeps the followers of the two religions apart. Muslims look at Jesus Christ as a great Prophet of God and love and respect him as much as they love and respect Abraham, Moses and Muhammad. Christians on …

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Before Nicea: The Early Followers Of Prophet Jesus (PBUH)

This booklet is intended for those who seek to know the original belief of the people that followed the teachings of Jesus, peace be upon him. It is an honest look at the evidence that qualified scholars have provided. This work also wants to move away from relying on the bible and blindly quoting from …

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Scriptures Of Christianity And Islam: A Basic Comparison

Christians and Muslims who learn something of one another’s religion find that a crucial issue is the nature of Jesus. The majority of Christians deify Jesus while Muslims say that he was no more than a prophet of God, a faultless human being. The doctrine of the Trinity avows that three distinct co-equals are God. …

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Jesus The Messiah

Islam is the submission to the Creator of the heavens and earth by performing righteous deeds and avoiding prohibitive actions. A person who submits his will to the will of Allah is therefore a Muslim: “Whoever submits his whole self to Allah, and is a doer of good, has grasped indeed the most trustworthy hand-hold: …

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Islam’s Revival of Jesus’ Teachings

Every individual is born into a religious environment that is not in accordance with his/her choice; a child is raised to follow the religion or ideology of his/her family, society or culture. Even as a new-born, he/she is assigned either the religion of his/her family or the ideology of the state; in some countries, the …

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Islam And Christianity

Islam accepts all the Prophets and believes in the Divine origin of the great religions of the world. It is, therefore, with feelings of profound reverence and love for both Jesus and Muhammad for the religions which they preached that the author of this book has attempted a comparative study of Christianity and Islam. If …

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101 Contradictions in the Bible

101 Contradictions In The Bible: A factual book listing 101 contradictions in the Bible.

.::First 10 Contradictions::.

1.Who incited David to count the fighting men of Israel?

(a) God did (2 Samuel 24: 1) (b) Satan did (I Chronicles 2 1:1)

2.In that count how many fighting men were found in …

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The Da Vinci Code: A Jewish Perspective

This book asserts there has been a massive conspiracy covering up the true story of the origins of Christianity. Is there any truth to this claim? And what does all this have to do with Judaism? In this eye-opening booklet, Rabbi Michael Skobac unravels fact from fiction and shows that indeed, there is a story …

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Warfare in the Qur’an

This book written by a scholar of military strategy and ethics for a general audience in an endeavour to demonstrate that the world’s second largest religion (only Christianity has more adherents) includes at its core a set of scriptures that contains a clear and very ethical framework for understanding war and guiding the behaviour of …

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History of the Cross: The Pagan Origin and Idolatrous Adoption and Worship of the Image

In this, his only published work, devout Christian HENRY DANA WARD (1797-1884) exposes how the symbol of the cross, a pagan invention, has come to dominate Christianity, replacing a belief in the gospel with the worship of an idol. Christ’s true cross, his suffering, was supplanted ages ago by the picture of the cross as …

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What Happened In 70 AD? A Study In Bible Prophecy

This booklet introduces a view of Bible prophecy which many have found helpful in their Bible study. It answers some tough questions which have always bothered students of the . Bible. It provides a CONSISTENT position which easily refutes false doctrines; makes the book of Revelation easier to understand; identifies when miraculous gifts ceased; and …

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Sudan the Christian Design

A Study of the Missionary Factor in Sudan’s cultural and Political Integration: 1843-1986. This study comprises six chapters. The first and second deal with the entry of Christianity into Africa in four historical phases. The first being the diffusion of Christianity after the raising of Jesus by his Lord unto Himself. The Coptic Orthodox Church …

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The Problem of the Trinity

It is the thesis of this paper that there is no viable route between modalism and tritheism for a Trinity defined in the ways that theologians have attempted. There is no internally consistent way of defining or explaining a Trinity which does not result in shipwreck either on the ‘Scylla’ of modalism or in the …

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God’ed? The Case for Islam as the Completion of Revelation

Meticulously researched, God’ed? The Case for Islam as the Completion of Revelation challenges the most stalwart of theologians. Religious scholar and medical doctor Laurence B. Brown concludes MisGod’ed, his exposé of the shortcomings of Judeo-Christian theology, with God’ed?, which examines the Islamic claim of Muhammad as the foretold final messenger, and the revelation he transmitted, …

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This book addresses from a Biblical perspective the most This book addresses from a Biblical perspective the most prevailing, costly and destructive habit of our society, the drinking of alcoholic beverages. The study begins in Chapter 1 with a look at the drinking problem in America today and Christian’s responsibility towards it. The drinking of …

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Jewish Answers to Christian Missionaries

Book of Daniel has been a popular item in the portfolio of Christian missionaries. The passage that is commonly extracted from this chapter as an example of a “fulfilled messianic prophecy” is Daniel 9:24-27 because, according to most Christian translations, it contains two direct references to “the Messiah” (Daniel 9:25-26). Using mistranslations and mathematical hocus-pocus, …

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Is Jesus God? The Bible says No!

This book affirms from the Bible that Jesus Christ is not God but a human.

Biblical Inaccuracy and John 3:16

An analysis of the famous biblical verse “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.”

Part 1: The reliability of the Gospel of John.

Part 2: Statements of Bible scholars on the authenticity and preservation of …

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Christian Scholars Recognize Contradictions in the Bible

A look at what some of the leading Christian Scholars have said about the authenticity of the Bible. Some examples of the interpolations in the Bible, as mentioned by Christian scholars. Evidence of contradictions found by Christian Scholars from the narrations of the alleged authors of the New Testament. Christian scriptures “corrected” by Orthodox Christians. …

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Mary in Islam

The first of a three-part article discussing the Islamic concept of Mary:

Part 1: Her childhood.

Part 2: Her annunciation.

Part 3: The birth of Jesus, and the importance and respect Islam pays to Mary, the mother of Jesus.

Muhammad (SAW) A Messenger From The Arabian Peninsula

MOHAMMAD (Peace Be Upon Him) A Messenger From The Arabian Peninsula. The author writes: I have decided to begin with the prophecy that is called for in the book of Deuteronomy {18: 18} It is in my opinion, and the opinion of many others, the clearest prophecy in the Holy Bible, vis-à-vis the Messenger of …

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Muhammad (SAW) In The Torah And Gospel

Islam commands Muslims to love and believe in all Messengers and Prophets, for they were the best of mankind. Islam clarifies that disbelieving in one of them is tantamount to disbelief in all of them. When a Muslim believes in Muhammad (PBUH) but disbelieves in Jesus (PBUH) he is not considered a Muslim, even if …

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