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Was 3-6 hours enough time for Jesus to die on the cross?

Some Muslims, particularly the Ahmadiyya, argue that 3-6 hours on the cross was not enough time for Jesus to die.  Years ago an article in the Journal of the American Medical Association examined this very idea and came to the conclusion that such a conclusion appears “to be at odds with modern medical knowledge.” Jesus’ death […]

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(Video) Five Reasons I Am Not A Muslim

Five Reasons I am not a Muslim: #1 History; #2 Muhammad’s Immorality; #3 The Quran and Hadith; #4 Muhammad’s proposed curse; #5 Jesus is alive.

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Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and The Gospel of Barnabas

Was Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, founder of Ahmadiyya Islam, a prophet from God? This video looks at his comments in “Jesus in India” about the crucifixion and the Gospel of Barnabas and gives two simple reasons why Mirza Ghulam Ahmad cannot be a true prophet.

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Jesus in India

Some Muslims (e.g. the Ahmidiyya sect) argue that Jesus did not die on the cross but only swooned. Jesus then went to India where He was known as Yuz Asaf (“leader of the healed”) and died at the age of 120. This post contains the documentary, “Jesus in Kashmir” which purportedly gives proof that Jesus’ tomb is in India.

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Banning the Ahmadiyya from Indonesia

Ahmadiyya Islam and Mirza Ghulam AhmedAhmadiyya Islam was founded in 1889 by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908).  It is controversial in Muslim circles , and many Muslims believe it is heretical (like Mormonism is considered in Christian circles).  In fact, some Muslims persecute the Ahmadiyya because of the Ahmadiyah’s refusal to acknowledge Muhammad as Islam’s last prophet. Khatim […]

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