“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: Muhammad
In the past three articles, I have discussed how Muslims unwittingly deify Muhammad. Some readers may be tired of this line of discussion, but it is so important, I felt it necessary to expose how the Hadith discuss Muhammad, and … Continue reading
The worship of Muhammad comes into focus in some unusual places. Consider the Islamic law regarding the image of Muhammad himself. Islamic law forbids that any representation of Muhammad be drawn, painted, or otherwise shown. Yet where does this prohibition … Continue reading
In the previous article, it was noted that the fundamental Islamic creed requires belief in Muhammad. Becoming a Muslim requires an explicit statement to show confidence in Muhammad as a prophet. Additionally, it was shown how the Qur’an mandates obedience … Continue reading