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Offline Mohammad Shoumik Saad

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Re: ALL religions are derived from ancient Egyptian sun worship
« Reply #15 on: October 29, 2016, 11:10:37 PM »
As salamu 'alaikum all muslims,

Isa Aleyhisalam was not born in the winter, he was born in the summer/spring, which I can prove using the bible/or the Qur'an...

Not intending to pose a challenge bro adnaanshaikh195, but I find this extremely amazing - can u really prove it using the Qur'an?




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Re: ALL religions are derived from ancient Egyptian sun worship
« Reply #16 on: October 30, 2016, 02:31:18 AM »
I haven't checked the Qur'an yet but here is proof he wasn't born on the 25th as they made it seem.

According to the Catholic Encyclopedia:

“Concerning the date of Christ’s birth the Gospels give no help; upon their data contradictory arguments are based. The census would have been impossible in winter: a whole population could not then be put in motion. Again, in winter it must have been; then only field labour was suspended. But Rome was not thus considerate. Authorities moreover differ as to whether shepherds could or would keep flocks exposed during the nights of the rainy season.”   http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03724b.htm

More sources:


https://www.ucg.org/the-good-news/biblical-evidence-shows-jesus-christ-wasnt-born-on-dec-25

http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/biblical-topics/new-testament/how-december-25-became-christmas/


When King Constantine converted to Christianity in the fourth century, he had quite a challenge ahead of him with regard to converting an empire full of pagans.  It was therefore decided to celebrate the birth of Jesus on a date that was already sacred according to pagan traditions. So as a compromise with paganism and in an attempt to give the pagan holidays Christian significance, it was simply decided that the birthday of the Sun God would also be the birthday of the Son of God. The Catholic Encyclopedia quotes an early Christian with saying, "O, how wonderfully acted Providence that on that day on which that Sun was born.... Christ should be born".


Also, to relate Islam to paganism behaviour makes me greatly question the intellect of the atheist who made this post. As an ex-atheist myself, you usually try to rationalise with the given empirical evidence in an objective fashion.

Would it make sense to to generalise all of Africa in the same bucket as having the same culture and morals? Is Egypt,Morocco and Algeria 100% identical to Swaziland, Ghana South Africa?

Seems to me like this buffoon chose atheism as a "feel good" route to not have to worry about life's hard questions. In addition, if he truly were one. He wouldn't be wasting his time on a muslim blog. Could it be Depression? Generalised Anxiety Disorder? Your rationale for disputing against Islam makes me feel like you're intimidated by it so you're going out of your way to slander it. Worst of all you could be a Christian since your idiotic claim is not usually up to-par with an atheist academic's standard.

The fact that you even have to go as far as proudly labeling yourself as an atheist proves to me you could also be suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder and Identity problems with no sense of self. The arrogance, self-righteousness, and derogatory language employed to describe those who do not ascribe to their worldview are all signs of total lack of introspection. This may very well be a defense mechanism, because once one engages in such self-questioning, doubts will follow. It is in certainty that fundamentalists find solace. On a personal note.   

Explain the emergence of consciousness out of cosmology.
Explain the evolution of human language.
Explain where has objective morality sprouted out of.
Explain why the universe isn't static as previously thought by your atheist academics and is actually finite with a beginning which will eventually come to an end?


Don't even bother answering them because the same "Atheist academics" we watched who eventually turn agnostic cannot even answer them. But rather, give terrible explanations. Myself, As a person keen on science, you Darwin wanna-bees make me giggle lol. None of you have even stepped into a science lab nor have read any research papers. New Atheists have constructed an intellectual scene for themselves that excludes everyone but New Atheists, which has made them into a “full-throated cult.”  New Atheism and fundamentalism present us with two totalities: closed, one dimensional, and incommensurable systems of thought, neither capable of persuading the other nor anyone else not already party to their assumptions,

Good day, gentlemen.

 

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