We’re happy to announce the debate between Ijaz Ahmed and Rev. Steven has been published online. The topic, “What is the True Faith of Jesus’ Disciples?,” featured a lot of discussion on the early Christology of the proto-orthodox Christian tradition.
MDI recently took part in a debate all the way in Trinidad and Tobago, with the topic of the discussion on whether Islam or Christianity is the path to salvation. Representing MDI was Ijaz Ahmed, with his debating colleague Reverend Steven. The following debate version is the raw version with no editing.
Debate Release: Which is the True Path for Salvation? Islam or Christianity – Br. Ijaz vs Rev. Steven
We’re happy to announce that the second event of E&AM’s Rev. Steven’s debate series with myself, Br. Ijaz has been published. We’d like to thank Rev. Steven for the recording, which he provided in a very quick and efficient manner. The first debate’s recording will be procured this week and will be published soon. E&AM… Read More ›
In this post we’ll be examining some of the reasons that Christians assert that we should worship Jesus Christ as our Lord and Saviour. Missionaries and Evangelists usually promote these arguments to the layman in the Muslim community and while there is a bulk of resources out there (for example, see our numerous links) that… Read More ›
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 ›
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 ›
It might come as a surprise to many, but several of Christianity’s main creeds and doctrines are in fact not biblical, in other words the main source of refutation comes from the Bible itself. Many Christian apologists often like to argue that Muslims reject most of the key central doctrines of Christianity because of the… Read More ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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 ›
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:
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).
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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 ›
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 ›
According to the Bible God cannot be tempted: When tempted, no one should say, “God is tempting me.” For God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does he tempt anyone (James 13:1) Jesus however according to the gospels was tempted, and more problematic is that he was tempted by none other than the devil: Then… Read More ›
MDI speaker Shadid Lewis debates Christian apologist C.L. Edwards on whether the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is foretold in the Bible?
Christian apologists constantly claim that Jesus’ mission was foretold in the Old Testament. Things like the messiah coming and dying the sins of mankind, and then resurrecting after three days, was all prophesized by the prophets of old. There is a big problem with this however, and it is a problem that Christian apologists have… Read More ›
Christian missionaries claim that the four gospels are four separate eyewitness accounts of what took place during Jesus’ lifetime, written by those who witnessed what happened, and afterwards decided to write and record the events of Jesus’ life. When we read the opening of the Gospel of Luke however we stumble across a problem to… Read More ›
As Muslims it grows tiring to hear Islamophobes claiming that ISIS, or the Islamic State, are actually good Muslims simply following the teachings of the Quran, and the example of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). This argument is particularly being used by certain Christian speakers, and so we have decided to turn the tables to show… Read More ›
According to the Quran Jesus (pbuh) performed several miracles: [And mention] when the angels said, “O Mary, indeed Allah gives you good tidings of a word from Him, whose name will be the Messiah, Jesus, the son of Mary – distinguished in this world and the Hereafter and among those brought near [to Allah ]…. Read More ›