Sunday 26 January 2014

Answers to the BIG question

If you follow the Bible you have to accept this - Dr Zakir Naik

This renowned scholar puts it out in such simple terms that you can't help but wish our religious authorities are half as eloquent, if not learned.

Dr Zakir Naik says it very clearly. Every main religion mentions God as Allah somewhere in their holy scriptures and books. It's not exclusive to the Quran.

To a certain small group, from among the hundreds of sects of Christianity, that demands the term 'Allah' in their Malay holy book, he sets a condition. 

He says Isa the prophet (Jesus Christ) cannot be God because he cried out to Allah when put on the cross. 

"We love him, we respect him but we don't worship him"- 2:01 

Me not a religious scholar. Listen to Dr Zakir Naik and think about it.

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mamasita said...

It's shocking and scary that our country has suddenly been threatened with a possible religious conflict.

Obviously, our top leaders from both sides of the divide have succeeded in numbing our senses and diverting our attention on religious, jihad matters.

They actually cannot sort out the economic problems and so they want us rakyat to murder each other over religion.

Jugjet Singh said...

IN the Sikh holy scripture, Guru Granth Sahib ... Awal Allah noor upaya,kudrat ke sab bandey
(First, Allah created the Light; then, by His Creative Power, He made all mortal beings).
The Guru Granth Sahib is compiled and composed during the period of Sikh gurus, from 1469 to 1708.
Q) How many times is the word 'Allah' repeated in the Qur'an?
A) 2,698.
Q) How many times is the word 'Allah' repeated in the Guru Granth Sahib?
A) 46 times.

Anonymous said...

To a certain small group, from among the hundreds of sects of Christianity, that demands the term 'Allah' in their Malay holy book, ..... yea these harvestors of corruption

(check the comments on the video!)

just let them
join the Hall of Fame .........

Hey, hey, mama, said the way you move Gonna make you sweat, gonna make you groove Ah, ah, child, way you shake that thing Gonna make you burn, gonna make you sting Hey, hey, baby, when you walk that way Watch your honey drip, can't keep away

Anonymous said...

I don't understand why this has become such a major issue. For years the East Malaysian Bumi Christians used Allah and no one really bothered; now there is such hue and cry. But in any event why don't we wait for the results of the Catholic Church's further appeal. And the Catholic Church, for the sake of this country please (if the decision goes against you again) just accept this gracefully and stop going on and on. The 10-Point Agreement allows the Christians in Sabah & Sarawak to use the word Allah in their worship; just modify the word in the Peninsular (Tuhan in Malay refers to God and Lord I believe is Tuan?)

Anonymous said...

Bro ,
Show us the word " Allah "in the Old testament and New testament .
After many2 years , the New testament need to be revise again to include " Allah" as supreme God ? . Now , you have a Trinity concept . With Allah , you will have Quad concept in the NewNew testament .
Then what ? .... still not convinced ... find New god ...?
For MrZakir .. he may be a great thinker , unfortunately he is as human as you and me .

Anonymous said...

It is reported that Sayyidina Ali narrated this: "Allah was and there was nothing else with Him, and the first thing which He created was the Light of His Beloved (Muhammad), before He created the water, or the Throne, or the Pedestal, or the Tablet, or the Pen, or Paradise and the Hellfire, or the Veils and the Clouds, or Adam and Eve, separated by four thousand year period."

The Beginnings of Sikhism:

Guru Nanak, the First Guru of Sikhism, spent twelve long years in Baghdad, which was then a major centre of Sufism. Here he studied with many leading Sufis of his day, and it is said that the Sufis of the city presented him with a turban as a token of respect and honor. In Baghdad , in the courtyard of the shrine of Hazrat Bahlol Danaai, a famous Sufi, there is a shrine which mentions that Baba Nanak Sahib sojourned there. The shoes, the Muslim-style prayer mat and the blanket of Baba Nanak and his copy of the Holy Qur’an which he read regularly are preserved. It is the Quran which Guru Nanak used to carry with him and is now located in Ferozepore district in North Punjab. Also in the Gurudwara of Ferozepur District was kept the jubba(robe) of Guru Nanak. For the sake of preservation it was wrapped in many layers and remained like this through the centuries, until it was unveiled just over 200 years ago, and lo and behold verses of the Holy Qur’an were found to be written on the jubba and scrawled across its
front was the Statement of Faith declaring, "There is no deity worthy of worship other than Allah, and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah"
Sikh scholars have yet to explain this finding,which indeed declares the truth about Guru Nanak's spiritual convictions.

Anonymous said...

If someone says "thank God", which God is that person thankful to?