Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Ali Ataie Corrects the Pope's Mistakes on Islam

Ali Ataie is one of, if not my favourite Muslim apologist. I always find his material to be both educational and quite entertaining too. He is one of few Muslims who have a strong grasp of the Bible and Biblical studies.

Here he is correcting the Pope!

Whether you are Catholic or not, I invite you to convert to Islam:


Anonymous said...

just asking:
1.when and where did the pope made the comment?

2.the actual quote from tertulian is:

Crucifixus est Dei Filius, non pudet, quia pudendum est;
et mortuus est Dei Filius, prorsus credibile est, quia ineptum est;
et sepultus resurrexit, certum est, quia impossibile.
— (De Carne Christi V, 4)

"The Son of God was crucified: there is no shame, because it is shameful.
And the Son of God died: it is wholly credible, because it is unsuitable.
And, buried, He rose again: it is certain, because impossible."

where did he got "i believe in the trinity because it is absurd from"

thanks for clearing.

Radical Moderate said...

At the end he says "He (Mohamed) brought the catholic churches philosophy and theological system. Doesn't make a lot of sense"

So Mohamed brought the Marium dogma's, Purgatory, Indulgences, and a slew of other obscenities.

I think I can finally agree with a Muslim. Yah that does not make a lot of sense.

Anonymous said...

actually, islamic philosophy was heavily influenced by aristotelian philosophy. thomas aquinas was also an aristotelian in a way. he used a lot arabic sources because through them aristotelian texts were being transfered to latin.

Anonymous said...

Ali ataie is good