The content of the so-called "Gospel of Barnabas" is so wildly contradictory to all the other books of the New Testament scriptures that it is thoroughly rejected from the canon of scripture.
It is supposed to originate in the 16th or 17th centuries and appears to borrow from Dante (1265-1321).
This work clearly contradicts the New Testament ...
The last book of the Bible was written before the end of the first century.
Muhammad died in 632 (the seventh century) but the Qur’an and Hadiths were not written till later.
The Gospel of Barnabas was not written until at least the fifteenth century.
The author of the Gospel of Barnabas could not have been the biblical Barnabas.
Here is a ...
Nowhere in the Bible will you read of any prophecy about Jesus appearing to Muslims in dreams and visions. Perhaps that’s because Islam (and Muslims) did not exist till the 7th century. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam#History
The first-hand evidence you provided of Jesus appearing to Muslims in dreams and visions is overwhelming and undeniable. There ...
The obvious one is the conversion of Saul of Tarsus, as he set forth on the road to Damascus to persecute Christians. He was interrupted by a vision in which Jesus reprimanded him, and ended up becoming one of Christianity's greatest missionaries and defenders under the new name of Paul.
This is something I argue every few months.
I wish he didn't do it.
👉Isaiah 65:5 and Isaiah 29:21
BUT ... Here is my input on it.
Motive is the first attribute required for any validity in the accusation.
We can't tell John Paul's action or motive by the picture.
But we do know what John Paul's characteristic response to Islam.
So that ...
Is there any Scriptural support for claims about Jesus appearing to Muslims in dreams and visions?
Just as Lesley mentioned in her excellent response that ”nowhere in the Bible will you read of any prophecy about Jesus appearing to Muslims in dreams and visions. Perhaps that’s because Islam (and Muslims) did not exist till the 7th century.”
Nevertheless the ...
Ayin and Aleph are silent vowels, just because the hebrew word akbar starts with an ʿayin (ע), not an alif (א) that doesn't mean that the sound could be akbar, just like for example the word אלוהים which starts with Aleph, however the aleph is silent and the pronunciation is Elohim and not Alohim like one of the muslins friends is commenting
Is Adult Breastfeeding allowed in Christianity like in Islam?
Biblically speaking, the Sacred Scriptures are silent on this subject matter.
Whether or not specific denominations may allow it or not, it occasionally happens. Christianity and the Bible aren't really interested in prohibiting such specific sexual acts, within marriage as this. What matters is ...
Islam is based on Arianism and originated from Arian's teachings according to the Qur'an and tradition. Nowhere in the Qur'an affirms that Jesus was the son of god. However, it calls Jesus the son of Mary. This is in conformance with Bahira's Arianism teachings. Indeed, Bahira was the teacher and guide to young Muhammad. Then, the Jews intervened in two ...