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The ‘Human Jesus Documentary’ produced by Christian Unitarian scholar , Dr Anthony Buzzard

August 16, 2015

The theological documentary ‘the Human Jesus’, was produced by Unitarian Christians of the Restoration Fellowship, filmed by Mark Dockery, and edited by Paul Millunzi, and tries to bring the difficult theological understanding about the nature of Jesus held by most Trinitarian Christians, down to earth. The video challenges the doctrines of the Trinity, and the belief that… Read More ›

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Jewish Rabbi rebuts Christianity’s claim that Jesus’ Sacrificial Blood was needed for Atonement of sin

Originally posted on Outreach Judaism Missionaries claim that the blood sacrificial system is man’s only hope for atonement; they insist that there can be no forgiveness of sin without the shedding of blood. They maintain that the Bible sets forth only blood atonement to expiate sin. Evangelical Christians assert that for the past nineteen centuries,… Read More ›

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Debate: ‘Is Jesus the God-Man?’ (Shadid Lewis debates Matt Slick)

On 16th April 2015, in Atlanta, USA, MDI USA’s Shadid Lewis debated renowned Christian apologist, Matt Slick, the President and Founder of the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry, on the time honoured classical subject between Muslims and Christians: ‘Is Jesus the God-Man?’. The ‘God-Man’ concept is a Christian concept that attempts to reconcile Jesus ‘as… Read More ›

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Debate: ‘Crucifixion: Truth or Fiction?’ (Shadid Lewis vs Tony Costa)

On the 13th June 2015, MDI USA’s Shadid Lewis participated in two debates against Christian apologist Tony Costa, hosted at the University of Michigan, Dearborn, USA. The first debate was ‘Crucifixion: Truth or Fiction?’ and the second debate was on ‘The Quran: Word of God or Man?’ Shadid Lewis performed some of his best work yet, meeting the challenge of… Read More ›


Only Christian prayers allowed says local American politician

The Charlotte Observer A Lincoln County commissioner says non-Christian prayer is not welcome in government meetings that he is a part of and that he plans on keeping it that way. Lincoln County Board of Commissioners Chairman Carrol Mitchem told WBTV that any prayer from a “minority religion” would not be heard before county meetings… Read More ›

Jesus may not have died on the cross, Christian scholar claims

Christianity declining in the United States

Perhaps American Christian Islamophobes who love spending most of their time bashing Islam, should start concentrating on their own faith and getting the message of their faith out there? Pew Research Center The Christian share of the U.S. population is declining, while the number of U.S. adults who do not identify with any organized religion… Read More ›

Jesus may not have died on the cross, Christian scholar claims

Study shows large number of Christians are leaving the faith

Perhaps it may be team for some Christian apologists-speakers-organisations who spend the majority of their time demonising both Islam and Muslims, stick to teaching and speaking about their own faith? Business Insider An extensive study done by the Pew Research Center has yielded some fascinating information regarding the trajectory of world religions over the next four decades. … Read More ›

Jesus may not have died on the cross, Christian scholar claims

Pro-Ukraine rebels want to form a ‘Christian Taliban’ movement

Al jazeera Vitaly Chornly looked ominous as he stared across the room dressed all in black, his long jet-black beard contrasting sharply against his pale features. He sat up straight, crossed his legs, folded both hands on one knee, and began to explain the need for a 13th century crusade against Russia. Chornly, a former… Read More ›


Is the Trinity mentioned in Genesis 1:1?

Trinitarians like to claim that the Trinity is taught from the very first verse of the Bible, Genesis Chapter one verse one which says: In the beginning God (ELOHIM) created the heaven and the earth. Trinitarians assert that word Elohim indicates plurality, and by this it indicates a Trinity, a plural of persons. The common… Read More ›

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Debate: Who was Jesus? Zakir Hussain vs Richard Lucas

This debate happened between MDI speaker, Zakir Hussain and Richard Lucas of the SOLAS Centre for Public Christianity. Debate: Who was Jesus? Zakir Hussain vs Richard Lucas Venue: Elim Church,Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Date: 19th January 2015


Debate: Islam or Christianity, which is the one true religion? Zakir Hussain vs Richard Lucas

This debate happened between MDI speaker, Zakir Hussain and Richard Lucas of the SOLAS Centre for Public Christianity. The event wasn’t filmed, so the video below only contains the recorded audio, together with pictures to delineate who’s speaking at any one time. Debate: Islam or Christianity, which is the one true religion? Zakir Hussain vs… Read More ›


Are the Gospels like the Hadiths?

Some Christian apologists when trying to describe the Gospels to the Muslims, claim that the Gospels are much like the Hadiths, in that the Gospels were written-collected by men, and are based on the sayings-teachings of Jesus just as the Hadiths are with the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon them both). Now indeed there are… Read More ›

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Boy who claimed to have seen Jesus in heaven after he died admits he made it all up

Not a surprise really, but nonetheless many Christian activists were using his story as proof of the truth behind Christianity, and not his story only, but other similar ones of people who claim to have died and then gone to heaven or seen the Christian version of events in the afterlife. What’s very interesting as… Read More ›


Russell Brand on Christmas: Worshiping Christ or Products?

Should be neither, but he does make a good point of how the Christmas holidays meant to commemorate Jesus’ (supposed and obviously not) birthday has been turned into something else: Shopping and providing a big boost to high end stores, in effect Christmas has become a great marketing tool to woo shoppers. Raw Story Russell… Read More ›


Finding the Jesus of Islam in early Christianity

MuslimMatters In the early days of Islam, a few companions of the Prophet were fleeing persecution in Mecca and sought refuge in Abyssinia. The Christian ruler of the land, Ashama, demanded the companions to read aloud from their scripture and, when one of them recited from the sura of Mary, Ashama and his court were… Read More ›


Muslims reject the Trinity because they do understand it

Certain Christian apologists these days like to claim that Muslims don’t properly understand or grasp the Trinity, and it is because of this that Muslims therefore reject the Trinity. So in other words if Muslims properly comprehended what the Trinity actually is, and what it isn’t, then Muslims wouldn’t really have a problem with the… Read More ›


Missionary myths refuted: Jesus was a pacifist (3)

It has become fairly common to hear Christian apologists tout Jesus as some sort of peaceful pacifist, a man that was against using the sword, and a man who simply preached by using words. Jesus was then ultimately put to death for his preaching by the authorities, a death to which Jesus did not resist,… Read More ›


(2) Missionary myths refuted: Does the biblical God love everybody?

One common claim made by missionaries while they often preach, is that the biblical God loves everybody. This claim is sort of an emotional argument that’s utilized to try and entice people towards their message. The problem with this claim though is that it’s false, anyone who reads the Bible will see that the biblical… Read More ›


Abrogation in the Bible

Christian apologists often try to cast doubt on Islam because of the issue of abrogation. In this article we will turn the tables on Christian apologists, by bringing up abrogation taking part in the Bible. Bear in mind, Christian apologists try to argue against the Quran because of abrogation, therefore if they are consistent and… Read More ›


God’s changing nature, another problem for the Trinity

According to the Bible, God does not change: I the Lord do not change. So you, the descendants of Jacob, are not destroyed. (Malachi 3:6) Essentially God’s nature is forever the same, he isn’t changing over time, so for example God’s nature is to always be perfect, God is always all-knowing and so on, he… Read More ›

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Debate Video: Is Jesus Christ God Almighty the Most High?

MDI speaker in the USA, Shadid Lewis debates Dr. James White, of Alpha and Omega Ministries in a debate discussing the nature of Jesus, and whether Jesus was God incarnate in the flesh. Part one: Part two:

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Video: ISIS, Islam, and Jesus (The Meeting House Interview with MDI’s Sadat Anwar)

The MDI Team invites you to watch the pithy, and brilliantly articulate interview of Sadat Anwar (of MDI Canada) with Pastor Bruxy Cavey of The Meeting House (Anabaptist Church, Oakville, Ontario, Canada) on the topic of ISIS, Islam, and Jesus (November 9th, 2014).





Were the disciples ignorant about Isaiah 53?

Isaiah 53 has become well known for its use by Christian apologists in trying to prove the foretelling about Jesus’ death, most specifically the following passages: Who hath believed our report? and to whom is the arm of the LORD revealed? For he shall grow up before him as a tender plant, and as a… Read More ›

Public debate: What does the Bible say is the nature of the Messiah? (Man or God?)

MDI speaker Shadid Lewis debates Christian apologist C.L. Edwards on the topic of what the Messiah is. Muslim and Christians believes Jesus (Isa [a.s.]) to be the Messiah, but Christians believe Jesus is also God. So the question is, where do Christians get that idea from, is it from the Bible, or their own doctrines… Read More ›


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