Monday, 31 March 2014

Advice Received from a Muslim (Alexander)

This Muslim supplicated to Allah for Sam's children to get better and also wrote this:

Akhi, I heard in a radiosshow with James W, Sam was really upset that you mentioned his family in some blogposts. Maby it's better not to mention his children's names.

I think it's good advice from the brother. I have removed the posts mentioning Sam's and David's children by name. We pray their children and Sam's wife gets well soon, ameen. Allah is the One who can cure them.

Thanks to the brother for the advice.

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Anonymous said...

It's sad to see you running from Answering Muslims like this. Many were not really impressed by your stuff before, but now it has brought it to the attention of many others.

they are laughing at you and allah that you are running away from debate challenges, especially since you at first pretended you were challenging them...

Royal Son said...

Do you think it's ok for Sam's children that you insult their father week by week Yahya?

Anonymous said...

Forthcoming: a new series of articles

By Paul Williams on March 31, 2014 • ( 3 )

6477c66149315bbbed4fde5b2c3e0929I am currently undertaking research for a new series of articles that will (inshallah) provide Muslims who are interested with some academic information about Christianity, it’s origins, sacred texts and theology. Though I am not a scholar myself I do have access to much of the latest scholarly research by top mainstream academics.

My intention is to condense, simplify and draw out the salient points for a wider Muslim audience. Some of the topics I will cover have not (to my knowledge) been discussed before by Muslim researchers but may be of interest to dawah carriers and others who want a deeper understanding of the world’s most populous religion.

Drawing on specialist scholarship my first article will feature a detailed examination of Aramaic lexicology and how this can illuminate aspects of Jesus’ teaching and Christology. I will examine how the Nazarene’s Aramaic teaching underwent a radical transformation when it was transferred to a different Hellenistic milieu.