Je·sus (jē′zəs)

Jesus was a good 1st century rabbi , a prophet, who after his death got enveloped into some of the then current speculative theological ideas and concepts present him as he God. 

The central problem is that the person Jesus became far more important to christians than did his message of repentance. His supposed role as  a warrior messiah or prophet who miraculously  at the hands of Israel’s enemies overshadowed by trinitarian idea about a dying and resurrected redeemer.

Even all of the scriptures (the Torah and the Gospel) show that the commandments taught by Moses are more important for people to follow (for Jews) than theology or miracles when it comes to knowing the biblical “truth.”

Even Gentiles are taught to observe the basics (Acts 15)

Daniel Boyarin: Jesus Kept Kosher

Quran Denies Crucifixion

Sirat al-Nabii (PBUH)

Dad, it’s me, you.


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45 Scientific/historical Mistakes by Skeptics Annotated Quran Refuted

Originally posted on Yahya Snow's Blog:

Article by Yahya Snow refuting the Skeptics Annotated Quran team (Skeptics Annotated Bible)
So the SkepticsAnnotatedBible group have produced a piece on the Quran (SkepticsAnnotatedQuran).

They put forward 45 scientific/historical issues they have with the Quran. They are very brief so this article will answer their issues as briefly as possible.

Generally much of their material is repetitive and the themes of their material are ignorance and ridicule. These answers show the sceptics were being unreasonable and even ignorant in bringing these forty five points up.

1.And He taught Adam all the names.”
Allah taught Adam all the names of the plants and animals, which must have taken a while since there are 1.7 million species that are known today, with probably another 10 million or so that are yet to be discovered. And this only includes those that are alive today. If extinct species are included (~99%), then…

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