Why doesn’t God simply show himself to the people and declare every night- Islam is true, follow Muhammad?

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  1. I am laughing at this. How the author is himself confused and contradicting his own statements on Quran. He doesn’t know any Usul al tafseer, usual al Fiqh, usul al hadith, ilm sarf and nahv and the 18 uloom to understand Quran. These are the astray people who chose to walk on error and took the mutashabihat ayat’s of the Quran instead of the muhkamat. Allah said in the Quran that he makes the person go astray with the same ayah and with the same ayah he guides a person. But this man fails to understand because he doesn’t want truth to go into his throat and doesn’t know that there is a thing called niyyah which is already present in the very first and second chapter of Quran.

  2. Face_The_Truth says:



    Christians often claim that if we just return to the morality of the Bible, all will be well.

    This is ludicrous!

    Just one example is needed to show the folly of such a Christian claim.

    Consider Exodus 21:7-11:

    “If a man sells his daughter as a slave, she shall not be freed at the end of six years as the men are. If she does not please the man who bought her, then he shall let her be bought back again; but he has no power to sell her to foreigners, since he has wronged her by no longer wanting her after marrying her. And if he arranges an engagement between a Hebrew slave girl and his son, then he may no longer treat her as a slave girl, but must treat her as a daughter. If he himself marries her and then takes another wife, he may not reduce her food or clothing, or fail to sleep with her as his wife. If he fails in any of these three things, then she may leave freely without any payment.”

    Here in the “holy” book allegedly inspired by Christian God, we see that Christian God supports the idea that women are the property of men, that a man can sell his daughter into slavery, that the buyer can arrange a marriage for her, and that the man can take on additional wives.

    What do Christians say about this?

    Usually that the Old Testament doesn’t count.

    If that’s the case, then Christians should remove the Old Testament from their Bibles.

    But even that, Christians should not be allowed to get away with this charade — the God of the Old Testament is the same God that Christians worship.

    Christians are fond of saying that morality and what is right or wrong doesn’t change because God doesn’t change!

    Christians broadcast the idea that morality does not change over time and therefore claim, for example, that homosexuality cannot ever be accepted because it is clearly considered an abomination in the “Super Holy” Bible.

    Given that, then Christians should still be able to sell their daughters into slavery because Christian God doesn’t change, and it is STILL IN THE BIBLE.


  3. Face_The_Truth says:



    At the time the “Super Holy” Bible was created, most people viewed the earth as the center of the universe and that the sun, stars, planets, and moon revolved around its flat surface.

    Christianity is based on this world view, placing an emphasis on humans as the ultimate reason that the universe was created in the first place.

    Not only is Christianity earth-centered, but it was also limited to a few hundred square miles in its beginning and did not reach all areas of the earth until about 1500 years later.

    Further, Christianity is limited in its overall time scope to something less than 10,000 years.

    What we have since learned about the age and size of the universe has spectacularly dwarfed the Christian world view!

    Instead of 10,000 years old, the universe is 13,700,000,000 years old.

    Instead of the earth and a few objects orbiting around it, we have the earth, 4,500,000,000 years old, orbiting the sun, which is just one of over 100,000,000,000 stars in the Milky Way galaxy, which itself is only one of at least 200,000,000,000 galaxies in the observable universe.

    The idea that all of this was created so that Christian God could create and test human beings is absurd.

    If that was so, then:

    — Why did Christian God wait 9,200,000,000 years after creating the universe to construct the earth?

    — Why did Christian God wait 4,500,000,000 years after creating the earth to create human beings?

    — Why did Christian God wait 100,000 years after creating modern human beings before making any contact with them?

    — Why did Christian God allow 3,500 years to pass after the initial contact with humans was made before Christian God’s word had spread world-wide?

    These thoughts are best summed up by a quote from Richard Feynman:

    “It doesn’t seem to me that this fantastically marvelous universe, this tremendous range of time and space and different kinds of animals, and all the different planets, and all these atoms with all their motions, and so on, all this complicated thing can merely be a stage so that [Christian] God can watch human beings struggle for good and evil — which is the view that [Christian] religion has.

    The stage is too big for the drama.”


  4. Lizzie says:

    God has every intention of replying to islam. In three and a half years the end of times will arrive and then Islam will be addressed and removed forever. The Clock is ticking ever louder and muslims do not realise the price they will pay for their murders,tortures,bombs,persecutions and other thefts and deceptions. Decent people of all faiths will pass through the last day but from my understanding few adult muslims will make it. Remember satan will rise up in the last days and his religion of Islam is doing just that with acts of extreme barabarity and evil. Judgement is coming.

  5. Face_The_Truth says:



    As mentioned, almost all of the eyewitnesses of Jesus’s ministry were dead by the time of the gospel writings, either of natural causes or as a result of the Jewish-Roman war that began in AD 66.

    The band of Jewish followers of Jesus, led by his brother James, no longer existed.

    The only Christians remaining were the Romans and other gentiles who were followers of Paul’s concept of Christianity.

    Consequently, the gospels are told in a manner consistent with Paul’s theology and also with an anti-Jewish, pro-Roman bias.

    One of the best examples of this bias is the exoneration of Pontius Pilate and the condemnation of the Jews for Jesus’s death (Matthew 27:24), a fabrication of the first order (and one that has had tragic consequences for Jewish people for the past two millennia).

    Another is the story of the Roman centurion who was allegedly commended by Jesus for having more faith than anybody else in Israel (Matthew 8:5-13).


  6. Truth Seeker says:


  7. Steve says:


    “Anyways if we ask our Lord and Saviour Jesus to guide us, He surely does respond, irrespective of our current or prior belief system..” Except to the billions of people who are not aware of the existence of your God – which is the point made in this article.

  8. Ron says:

    I believe in this forum Phoenix is very good at logic and philosophy and so I would leave it to him to answer your points.
    Anyways if we ask our Lord and Saviour Jesus to guide us, He surely does respond, irrespective of our current or prior belief system..

  9. Face_The_Truth says:



    Biblical historians are quite clear on this matter — Early Christians, notably Jesus, Paul, the disciples, and other followers were all convinced that the end of times was near and that an earthly kingdom presided over by Jesus would be established within the lifetime of some people who were then currently alive.

    The “Super Holy” Bible claims that Jesus made the following comment:

    Matthew 16:28
    “Truly I tell you, some who are standing here will not taste death before they see the Son of Man coming in his kingdom.”

    Jesus also advised against going to court against someone who steals from you and also told people not to store up stocks or reserves for the future!

    Clearly, Jesus thought the end was very near!

    Likewise, Paul advised followers not to marry and that the end time was near!

    In this scripture Paul obviously believes that some of the people Paul is talking to will still be alive at the second coming.

    I Thessalonians 4: 16-18
    “For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trumpet of God; and the dead in Christ shall rise first. Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, and thus we shall always be with the Lord. Therefore comfort one another with these words.”

    The obvious fact is that the second coming was NOT forthcoming at that time, or even close to being near.

    The nearly 2000-year delay is a strong piece of evidence that Christianity is a failed religion!

    The following quote from Dr. Stephen L. Harris, Professor Emeritus of Humanities and Religious Studies at California State University — Sacramento, completes this point with a devastating argument.

    Remember that Jesus was a Jew who had no intention to deviate from the Hebrew scriptures: ‘Jesus did not accomplish what Israel’s prophets said the Messiah was commissioned to do: Jesus did not deliver the covenant people from their Gentile enemies, reassemble those scattered in the Diaspora, restore the Davidic kingdom, or establish universal peace (cf.Isa. 9:6–7; 11:7–12:16, etc.).

    Instead of freeing Jews from oppressors and thereby fulfilling God’s ancient promises — for land, nationhood, kingship, and blessing — Jesus died a “shameful” death, defeated by the very political powers the Messiah was prophesied to overcome.

    Indeed, the Hebrew prophets did not foresee that Israel’s savior would be executed as a common criminal by Gentiles, making Jesus’ crucifixion a “stumbling block” to scripturally literate Jews. (1 Cor.1:23)’

    The fact that Jesus was wrong about the end of the world is good news to all of us alive today because otherwise we would not have been born.


  10. Steve says:


    “Even I used to think of the same logic and changed my view when I was given the following example.
    If you make a doll(robot) programmed to answer you “ I love you” whatever you do to it or say to it.
    Can you then infer that the doll loves me always.? No?
    It was not the free will answer of the doll.
    For free will to exist there always has to be choice of the opposites (ie contraries) and not even a boolean choice.
    May Jesus reveal himself to you even as you sincerely search for him.”

    Several points
    1) “Free will” is completely irrelevant to this argument.
    2) Even in a world where determinism or pre-determinism isn’t true a omniscient God will still know the future. (Which would include all “freely willed” decisions/choices of human beings).
    3)An all loving God who wants all humans to have a relationship with him will only bring those humans who want a relationship with him into existence and not those who do not want to know him or are not even aware of his existence. (I,e those who don’t believe in the existence of any God or those who believe in the existence of other gods).
    3)So either one of these possibilities are true.
    A)God doesn’t exist.
    B)God is not omniscient (which also means he is not omnipotent).
    C)God is evil or indifferent or incompetent.

    “For free will to exist there always has to be choice of the opposites (ie contraries) and not even a boolean choice.” If I offer you two cups one with a harmless drink and another containing a lethal poison I know which one you will choose. My knowledge doesn’t violate your “free will”. (And people that don’t believe in your God are not even in the position of making a decision. Just like someone who doesn’t believe their drink contains a lethal poison cannot take the option not to drink – since they don’t know their drink is in fact poisoned).

  11. Ron says:

    Even I used to think of the same logic and changed my view when I was given the following example.
    If you make a doll(robot) programmed to answer you “ I love you” whatever you do to it or say to it.
    Can you then infer that the doll loves me always.? No?
    It was not the free will answer of the doll.
    For free will to exist there always has to be choice of the opposites (ie contraries) and not even a boolean choice.
    May Jesus reveal himself to you even as you sincerely search for him.

  12. Steve says:

    An omnipotent and omniscient God could simply have only brought people who believe in him into existence and not the people who will go to hell (“free will” or not is irrevalant to this and there is no free will escape clause here.)

    No religious person has any (logical) answer to this this.

  13. Richard says:

    Huh – just pick and choose verses – deliberately misunderstand them – and then use them to support a view which you had already long before you ever saw those verses.

    At that point it was only the disciples – not jews in general – who were being given the key to the code. IF you actually read the whole chapter then that is quite clear – but you of course have to obscure that point – because it undermines your thesis.

  14. Face_The_Truth says:



    The following scripture is from Mark 4:11-12:


    “And he said unto them, Unto you it is given to know the mystery of the kingdom of God: but unto them that are without, all these things are done in parables: That seeing they may see, and not perceive; and hearing they may hear, and not understand; lest at any time they should be converted, and their sins should be forgiven them.”


    This is one of the surviving scriptures that reveal the real, historical Jesus.

    The reason that it is considered a genuine quote, or at least the general idea of what Jesus preached, is that it is contrary to the finished product of Christian theology — that all people can be saved.

    Some of what Jesus allegedly said after resurrecting (in scriptures that are likely forgeries), to go to all nations and preach the word, directly contradicts what is being said here.

    What is revealed by this scripture is that Jesus’s ministry was targeted only to the Jews.

    That is why Jesus preached only to the Jews and used language, idioms, and parables to confuse the non-Jews who might be overhearing Jesus’s message.

    Jesus had no intention to bring his message of salvation to the Gentiles, who, as revealed in other scriptures, Jesus clearly disdained.

    Therefore, Christianity is a forgery of Jesus’s true mission.