Laylat al Baraat Laylat al Baraat (meaning "Night of Privilege"; also called Mid-Sha'ban) begins the evening April 8, 2020. Laylat al Baraat is a holiday preparing for Ramadan. The Encyclopaedia of the Qur’an states that some Muslims consider Laylat al...Read the rest of the post... Topic: Islamic Calendar, muslim calendar, ramadan, ليلة البارات
Mubahala - Muhammad's Meeting with the Christians of Najrān Toward the end of Muhammad's life, Christians and Muslims did not see eye to eye with one another about Jesus. In one of the earliest chapter in the history of Muslim-Christian...Read the rest of the post...
The Synoptic Problem is not a good reason to reject Jesus' death on the cross for sin, His resurrection, or the Christian Scriptures The New Testament Gospels contain witness and testimony to the person and work of Jesus. Three of...Read the rest of the post... Topic: eyewitness testimony, synoptic gospels
Do you remember when you and every other soul testified to Allah on the Day of Alastu? Muslims deny the eyewitness accounts of the gospels concerning Jesus' death on the cross, burial and resurrection from the dead. In addition, Islamic...Read the rest of the post... Topic: alastu
Ramadan Ramadan begins on the evening of Thursday April 23, 2020. A greeting during this time of year is "Ramadan Kareem" (Arabic: رمضان كريم) which a Muslim friend tells me means something like "Munificent Ramadan." At this time Muslims commemorate...Read the rest of the post... Topic: kareem, muslim calendar, ramadan, رمضان