Wednesday, 2 December 2009

The Old Testament has No Trinitarian Concept

Farhan Qureshi points tothe issue of the Trinity not being a belief in the Old Testament. This is certainly a real stumbling block for the Trinitarian Church and thus must be given serious thought.

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Semper Paratus said...
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Yahya Snow said...

Paratus...

It is obvious the clip is from a debate; my intention was to promote the ideas of my friend (Qureshi)...sure, if people want to view the entire thing then they may do so.

I have noted many christians who are extremely selective in what they allow on their mediums...some of whom you know of

Also..do pass onthe article refuting the gay allegations levelled at Jesus to people who espouse those views...many thanks...we can see this as a common purpose.

I will be looking to conclude on John 1:19 soon...so do look out for that

Why is the forum so devoid of Muslim comment nowadays?

Semper Paratus said...
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Yahya Snow said...

No Paratus:)

My brother...I was referring to Wood's blog:)

Semper Paratus said...

Now that was cowardly. I am surprised to discover that you removed my posts. I didn't expect that from you.

Yahya Snow said...

Semper

Going by your logic...that would make Wood a coward too...he refuses to approve my comments and video responses

Are you willing to call him a coward?

I thought not...

In any case...I only removed your comments which contained links

If somebody wishes to view the whole debate then they may do so (see MuslimByChoice on YouTube)

I doubt you will respond to this comment

Happy New Year

Semper Paratus said...

Yahya,

You were banned by David for behavioral reasons. That is altogether different than what is going on here.

None of your remarks on AM that you made prior to being banned were deleted. You were only prevented from making future comments because of a history of slander and pretending that people were subject to your self-imposed strictures.

I have not violated any of your behvioral standards for commenting on this site. You simply deleted my comments because they provided people with an opportunity to watch the whole debate.

Even if you won't take the differences into account, how does appealing to what David has done, which you think was unjustified, provide a justifiable basis for you to censor me?

In any event, stay posted. I will do you one better than simply respond to this post.

Yahya Snow said...

I know you have not violated any standards on this site...indeed this site does not ban people

Careful censorship of links and blasphemy is the order of the day when it comes to this site

Wood can believe what he wishes...I will believe what makes academic and rational sense to me

There is no need to blow this out of proportion...Semper...

Think about it....does it really warrant a lengthy response...surely not

Peace

Semper Paratus said...

http://www.answeringmuslims.com/2010/01/open-debate-challenge-to-yahya-snow.html

retsamknup said...

"Careful censorship of links and blasphemy is the order of the day when it comes to this site"

You mean to say a between a Muslim and a Christian is considered blasmphemis when the Christian exposes the lies and deluded and illogic arguments of a weak Muslim apologist...

I thought you were better than that Yahya, but i guess with this mindset and failure to see truth and flasehood when it stares you in the face really does lead to these actions of "last resource defence by silencing the enemy"

I wonder how long until you delete this post....

Ahur Prince

Interested_Onlooker said...

"Careful censorship of links and blasphemy is the order of the day when it comes to this site"

Yahya, by that logic, there could be absolutely no dialogue between Muslims and Christians of any sort on this blog, as the basic affirmation of Christian faith is seen as blasphemy to Muslims, while the basic Muslim affirmation of faith is seen as blasphemy to Christians.

I can only conclude that you simply don't want your readers to see all the information nor all sides of the debate. This just reaffirms what I have seen of Muslims wanting a MONOlogue, not a dialogue.

Sad really. I wonder if you will accept the debate challenge?

Yahya Snow said...

@Interested Onlooker

Fine point about it becoming a monologue...I, too, have been wrestling with these points but my first loyalty is in not show-casing blasphemy

Now, I certainly do want a dialogue...this after all is a ministry to non-Muslims (mainly Christians)

As of yet I have not come up with a better method for achieving this dual purpose other than careful censorship....BUT allowing commenters to continue posting even if they are engaging in blasphemous behaviour...I have not banned anybody...I have no intention of doing so on here

Similar policies apply to my YouTube channel, which I encourage all to peruse and benefit from

Happy New Year my dear brother

Yahya Snow said...

To Semper and others concerning the debate proposal...

I have an exam tomorrow...I will provide my answer after the exam

I am pondering about it

Sorry for the delay
Peace

Semper Paratus said...

Okay, let me know what you decide.