Posts tagged ‘allah is unknowable and incomprehensible’

Revolutionary Abolitionist Movement

Notice what Paul says. He warns the way the average person will be during these last days. It’s not a pretty picture and we are seeing it throughout many areas of the USA. People are being absolutely vicious. I watched a video of a man trying to help an older man who was carrying the American flag. The rioters were already trying to harm the older man when the younger man came to his aid. The crowd of rioters immediately turned on the younger man and went after him. He tripped and hit his head on the pavement and went unconscious. Immediately, a young male hauled off and kicked him in the head as he lay in the street. I learned later the man died. This has happened repeatedly throughout the USA in many cities. Just look at Paul’s description of people! They are acting more like demons than people. They are blood thirsty and completely centered on what they want. Hate fills their hearts.

Continue Reading June 3, 2020 at 12:28 PM 9 comments

Facts on Islam – Part One

Islam is a religion founded by Muhammad. In Islam, Allah is not knowable, nor can he cannot be understood. In Christianity, God is knowable (to a certain extent) and lives within authentic Christians, who speak to Him in prayer, and who come to know Him through His printed Word, the Bible. Muslims believe that the Christian claim that we can know God at all is a “metaphysical impossibility.” In the Islamic faith, Muslims do not believe that Allah has revealed himself at all. They believe rather that Allah has made his will known (mashi’at). Allah’s will is known and understood through Islamic law, so every Muslim does Allah’s will by upholding Islamic law. This is in stark contrasts to Chrisianity, which speaks of knowing God through relationship with Him (cf. John 14:17, 20, 23; 17:3; Ephesians 1:17; 1 John 2:3-4; 4:7-8).

Continue Reading September 8, 2010 at 2:36 PM


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