The purpose of this blog is to (1) reach out to Muslims who are stuck in the cult of Islam, to show them that only through Jesus Christ can they have salvation. As Jesus Himself said there’s no other way to heaven except through Himself (John 14:6). And (2) to inform Christians on how to respond to the Muslim claims against Christianity as there are unfortunately many Christians who are ignorant of the teachings of Islam.
This video shows such an intercation between a Christian woman and the Abdoools of Madinah Van who had to gang up on a woman. But they don’t dare to debate a Christian who has knowledge of what their Qur’an teaches. You can view the weak attempt from Medinah Van here and see how we destroy their silly arguments against the Bible.
Was Jesus Sent To Israel Only?
“He was not sent to the whole mankind”Christian Religious Studies Teacher Learns About The Bible And Islam Part 1
Muslims typically claim that Jesus was only sent to Israel, this is not true. If they knew the context of scripture they wouldn’t make this mistake. Christ was sent to Israel first and then the Gentiles. He came to bring salvation to the entire world not only Israel, the following verses prove this point.
The Gospel of John chapter 3 verse 15 says that anyone (whosoever) believes in Jesus Christ will have eternal life. If language is how we are to communicate then the word whosoever (πᾶς) means exactly what it means anyone regardless if they are a Jew or Gentile.
If we parsed πᾶς so that we know how the word functions in John 3:15 we’d get:
After parsing the word we know the subject (Nominative) is personal in Number (Singular) meaning anyone willing to trust in Christ can come to Him for salvation. It’s personal, between you and your Creator.
The following verse 1 John 4:9 explains that God sent the Lord Jesus into the world (κόσμον) for us that we would live through Christ. The world doesn’t encompass the Jews only, in fact, the Jews are a very small minority when compared to all the other nations in the world.
Jesus came for all mankind including Muslims who are willing to place their faith in the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Only those who do so will make it to heaven, the others who deceive and reject the salvation Jesus offers will find themselves in grave trouble on the day of judgement. As they will face Jesus as their judge, not their Saviour.
We then have the teachings of Paul in which the Abdoool on the video claimed apostle Paul taught contrary to Jesus Christ. Here we have in 2 Corinthians 5:19 Paul said Christ was reconciling the world to Himself. This is in line with the 2 verses above.
To reconcile (καταλλάσσων) is to bring onto Himself, and that’s what Christ did at the cross of Calvary, He was atoning for the sins of the world. That’s the wonderful message that He gave Himself for the sins of the world (1 John 2:2).
Once again Paul who taught the same as the Messiah said Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners (ἁμαρτωλοὺς). Muslims are sinners, and so is Muhammad, unfortunately their prophet is suffering in hell for rejecting the salvation only Jesus can provide.
Let’s continue demolishing the lies of the Dawah Van, as we see Christ came for the whole world not only Israel as the Abdoool said.
The truth was “for” Jesus?
“We believe that Jesus He was upon the truth, the Way the truth and the Life was for Jesus”Christian Religious Studies Teacher Learns About The Bible And Islam Part 1
The Lord Jesus Christ was the one who brought not “a” truth but the Truth, He is that truth! In John 14:6 Christ authoritatively declared this to those who were around.
It’s wonderful that we have the New Testament in the original language and if you’re capable of reading Greek would know that the word ἡ ἀλήθεια has the article which means The Truth. If Jesus Christ is the source of all truth then this would be a claim of deity as only God is absolute truth. We find in the Qur’an that Allah is called the truth, this is not looking good for the Muslims.
If we take the words of Jesus Christ with what the Qur’an is saying this means Jesus claimed to be Allah, but we already know that Allah of the Qur’an doesn’t exist. If we take a look at the Arabic text and review the nouns used in this verse we’d see.
The accusative word l-laha is an accusative noun pointing to Allah and the nominative masculine word l-ḥaqu is the subject of the verse. The same as in John 14:6 Jesus is the subject of the verse ὁ Ἰησοῦς (nominative masculine). What in the world are the mutah boys of Dawah Van going to do with this one?
Clearly, the Qur’an says objectively states God is the truth and Jesus in the Bible (John 14:6) which was written hundreds of years before the Qur’an says Jesus Christ is The Truth. This destroys the Islamic claim in which Muslims reject Jesus as God.
The Comforter is Muhammad?
“If I don’t go the comforter will not come and when the comforter comes He’ll mention of me He’ll tell you many things to come and we believe that comforter is prophet Muhammad”Christian Religious Studies Teacher Learns About The Bible And Islam Part 1
This claim from Abdoools is beyond silly when they claim Muhammad is the comforter they are essentially saying Muhammad is their god. In the same chapter in which Christ says He’s The Truth an attribute only God possesses. Now He tells us who the Comforter, the Holy Spirit is.
Notice in the same verse Christ identifies who the Comforter is saying He’s the Holy Ghost who the Father will send in the name of Jesus Christ (“my name”). Do Muslims believe Muhammad came in the name of Jesus Christ? No they do not, but they do believe Allah sent him (John 14:6). Additionally, in Islam Muslims claim the “holy spirit” is Jibril.
If the Comforter is another name for the Holy Spirit how can Muhammad be the comforter? Let’s prove this nonsense and get them busted. According to one of their trusted websites, Islamqa here’s what they say about Muhammad being supposedly found in the Bible.
These two verses  indicate that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) is mentioned in the Torah and the Gospel (the Bible), no matter how much the Jews and Christians claim that he is not, for the word of Allaah is the best and most truthful of words.Is the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) Mentioned in the Bible?
They then quoted a few verses from the Bible for the proof of Muhammad’s existence in the Bible one of those being the Gospel of John 16:6-8, 12-13. These same verses refute the claim of Muhammad being the comforter as the comforter is sent by Jesus Christ notice the words “I will send him unto you”.
But in Islam Muhammad is sent by Allah, how can Abdoool reconcile this other than admitting Jesus Christ is Allah. They also claim Muhammad is “the Spirit of truth” the problem is the Spirit of truth is going to glorify Jesus. Again notice the words “He shall glorify me” in verse 14 this is Jesus speaking.
Unless they’d like to admit Muhammad is sent by Jesus and will glorify Jesus Christ there’s no getting around these verses.
Jesus Never Mentioned He’s the Son of God?
“he never in a single entirety of the Bible He never called Himself the Son of God.”Christian Religious Studies Teacher Learns About The Bible And Islam Part 1
This is not looking good for the guys at Dawah Van, in the video, the Abdoool said Jesus never called Himself the Son of God. The term Son of God was mostly used by others declaring that Christ is the Son of God, and Jesus Christ never rejected this He always accepted this title. Here we have Christ referring to Himself as the Son of God in John 5:24-26.
The Lord Jesus is the one speaking in this passage, notice the personal pronouns “I”, and “my”, went as far to say those who are dead would hear Jesus’ voice and come out of the graves. This can only mean that Christ by the power of His word/speech can bring people back from the dead. This is a claim of deity as there is no one else who can do this.
Again Jesus in speaking to the blind man, He gave him sight mentioned if the blind name believed on Christ as the Son of God. This was after the Pharisees banned the no longer blind man from worshipping in the temple.
We easily demolish Muslim arguments here on this blog, they don’t stand a chance against God’s true word the Bible. Here’s the nail in the coffin of the Dawah Van mutah boys, in John 10:36 there’s a great discourse between the religious rulers and Jesus Christ.
In John 10:30 Jesus made this statement which caused the Jews to have a meltdown saying “I and my Father are one.” The reaction from the Jews says it all as they picked up stones to kill Jesus as they knew He was claiming equality with God the Father, that’s why they said He’s making Himself God.
Jesus said that His anything the Father can do Jesus Christ can do, in plain terms anything God can do Jesus can do because He’s God. Notice the Jews accused Christ of blasphemy and Jesus said how can that be because He (Jesus) said He’s the Son of God. So why are Dawah Abdoools lying when they said Jesus never said He’s the Son of God? That’s because Islam teaches you can lie.
Here we back up our claims with proof but if you notice as you watch their video they jump over important points. They love to quote John 17:3 which actually proves once again Jesus is God because this verse is saying that Jesus along with the Father is the one true God. It’s a conjunction bringing the two objects of the verse together (ἀληθινὸν θεὸν καὶ ὃν ἀπέστειλας Ἰησοῦν Χριστόν). I’ve bolded the καὶ which is the conjunctive word and both θεὸν and Ἰησοῦν Χριστόν are in the accusative singular.
 al-Saff 61:6, al-A’raaf 7:157
 (10:31-9) The evangelist continues to stress that Jesus is God’s Son. w. 31-3, first in v. 33 the Jews indicate blasphemy as the reason why they want to stone Jesus (cf. Lev 24:16). As in 8:59 it is an attempt to kill him without official trial. In the synoptic tradition Jesus is accused of blasphemy when he forgives sins (Mk 2:5-7 Par), and when he speaks of the coming Son of Man seated at the right hand of the Power (Mk 14:62— 4 par.). Probably all propositions that questioned God’s uniqueness were considered as blasphemy in Jesus’ time (cf. 5:18). Ironically the Jews speak the truth: for the evangelist Jesus is in a certain sense ‘God’. ‘Good’ is used in 2:10 of the wine, and in 10:11,14 in reference to the shepherd. The good shepherd is sent by the Father, and therefore his work exhibits the Father’s goodness (cf. v. 25). w. 34-6, Jesus uses an argument afortiori: if the Scripture refers to those who received the word of God as ‘gods’, the one whom God has sanctified cannot blaspheme when he says that he is God’s Son. Barton, J., & Muddiman, J. (Eds.). (2013). The oxford bible commentary. Oxford University Press, Incorporated.