“In the sphere of religion, as in other spheres, the things about which men are agreed are apt to be the things that are least worth holding; the really important things are the things about which men will fight.”
–J. Greshon Machen
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Tag Archives: hijra
In the inaugural article of this blog, the hijra was contrasted with the cross. In a subsequent article, the behavior of Ali ibn Abi Talib was examined in light of how it inadvertently preaches the very aspect of the gospel … Continue reading
In this blog’s inaugural article, I discussed the antithetical nature of the hijra and the cross. There are many such cases where doctrines and beliefs of Islam and Christianity are total opposites. While many of the articles forthcoming will highlight … Continue reading