Do you really know your Bible?
|Below are booklets written by the greatest Bible scholar that ever lived. Ahmed Deedat knew the different Bible (from Arabic to Zulu) versions by heart and challenged the Pope for a worldwide TV debate 3 times and each time the offer was turned down for the reasons you will see below. Deedat writings also influenced Bible revisers to correct previous Bible errors and discrepancies|
|Is The Bible God's Word?|
|50 000 Errors in the Bible|
|The word Allah in the Bible|
|Christ in Islam|
|Crucifixion or Cruci-Fiction?|
|Resurrection or Resuscitation?|
|The "GOD" That Never WAS|
|What Was The Sign of Jonah?|
|Who Moved The Stone?|
| WHO WROTE THE BIBLE? |
Jewish Rabbi admits Islam is the oldest religion
Devout Jews know the Truth as revealed by God to all his prophets and messengers from Adam to Mohamed. The last revealed Book of God, the Quran informs us that all prophets and messengers were Muslims (i.e they all submitted to the Will of God) As you will see this revelation is not new but was in the Jewish Books all along. (i.e. A group of people known as bani Noah - Children of Noah- were called Muslims, Muslima
"And indeed We sent Noah to his people and he said O my people! Worship God! You have no other god but Him." (Quran 23:23) and (Quran 11:25-27)
Let's consult the oldest Manuscripts that survived
the early Christian Book-burning Frenzy
God or Allah?
In Semitic Languages 'Allah' was pronounced "Elah" "Eloh" "Eloi" "Eli" "Ala" etc...
'Let's Call God Allah'
FOX and Friends discuss the suggestion by a Dutch bishop
that Christians should start calling God 'Allah'
Lets call GOD "ALLAH" because that's what Adam called him...
A Jew explains why Allah is the one and only God A must see!
The legendary video in which a Jew rebuffs the claim of evangelicals, newly edited and now in annotations! Even Jesus said Allah. According to an Aramaic dictionary, ( http://www.peshitta.org/lexicon/ ) the word for God in Aramaic (The language which Jesus spoke) is "Aalah", which is the exact same thing as the Arabic "Allah" since in English there are many ways to spell a foreign word (Example you can spell the Muhammad's name in 27 ways, including Muhammad and Mohamed). Just visit the link and type "God" if you don't believe me, then scroll down to "Pronunciation" So Christians, if your god Jesus said "Allah", it means the Muslims are using the correct word for the creator!
The word Allah is better than the word God and is purer since God can be pluralised (gods) and genderised (goddess), the word Allah is more suitable for being HIS name because it CANNOT be genderised nor pluralised (in Arabic) since it is genderless and single, an example in English would be the planet Mars, it is genderless (you cannot say Marsa or whatever it would be if it could be genderised) and it is unpluralisable (you cannot say Marses), it simply wouldn't make sense to genderise or pluralise this planet, the same goes for Allah (الله) in Arabic, so in essence IT IS SUPERIOR to the word God.
Let's not forget that Arab Christians, and Jews (as is the case in this video below) say Allah, and have been saying it before there were even any western Christians! Jesus said Allah too, so if you consider yourself a serious Christian you should follow Jesus not Paul, the Jewish hijacker of Jesus original message. Nonetheless all of these are Semitic words, so as far as I am concerned, any Semitic word for God is acceptable, but why use a European word for Allah when not a single prophet used a European word? Also, did you notice something? All of these words for Allah begin with either EL or AL, this is because in proto-Semitic (an ancient language which all Semitic languages, such as Arabic and Hebrew, evolved from) the word for God was AL or EL, Abraham PBUH spoke proto-Semitic and he called God "El shaddai", "El" here meaning God and "shaddai" meaning mountain, so basically he called God "God of the mountain". The Semetic languages evolved in a way that they retain the word AL/EL at the beginning of the word, but there is an additional "lah" in Arabic and an additional "lohim" in Hebrew, I hope this clarifies.
Allahu akbar! The Lord be magnified! (Ps.35:27; 48:1; 147:5).
I begin in the name of God, the Beneficent, the Merciful. (Ps.148:8).
All praise is God's (Ps.9:1)
Lord of the Worlds (Ps.90:2; 10:16).
The Beneficent, the Merciful (Ps.25:6).
The Master of the Day of Judgement (Ps.50:6).
Thee alone do we worship, of Thee alone do we seek help (Ps.30:8).
Guide us on the right path (Ps.27:11; 25:4). The path of those upon whom Thou hast bestowed Thy bounties (Ps.31:19). Not the path of those on whom fell Thy wrath nor of those gone astray (Ps.28:3)
Glory to God in the highest and praise to Him! (Luke 2:14). etc...
A brief glimpse at the "Trinity" by Ahmad Deedat
(Bible sources only)
Did Jesus ever said "I AM GOD"?
Jesus NEVER said that "I AM GOD" or "WORSHIP ME"
"Is Jesus the Only Son of God"?
Christian Idea of the 'Holy Ghost'
Please refer to Is The Bible God's Word? for more explanations
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