Paulus mengajarkan: "Yesus memiliki Allah", jelas dipahami bukan…

jesus prostration

Dalam surat nya 1 Korintus 11 Paulus berkata bahwa pimpinan Yesus adalah  Allah: wa raa’isul Masiihi Huwa-Allah

٣. ولكن اريد ان تعلموا ان راس كل رجل هو المسيح. واما راس المرأة فهو الرجل. وراس المسيح هو الله

3. Tetapi aku mau, supaya kamu mengetahui hal ini, yaitu Kepala dari tiap-tiap laki-laki ialah Kristus, kepala dari perempuan ialah laki-laki dan Kepala dari Kristus ialah Allah. (TB)

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Quranic Exegesis of al-Ikhlas as a Corrective of Trinitarian Theo-Christology by Ali Ataie

Al ikhlas 2

(v. 1) As stated earlier, the word Allah is the proper Name of God that shares an etymology with the Hebrew (in pluralis majestatis) Elohim (אֱלֹהִים), probably from the root a-li-ha (ألِهَ) meaning “to go to and fro in fear and perplexity” or from aleph-waw-lamed (אול), meaning “strength and power” and related to the Arabic Form II awwala (أول), “to interpret” or “find the origin of.” Ash’arite theologians offer the following brief definition of Allah: “A proper name denoting the Essence (which is) the Necessary Existent; the one deserving of all perfection and transcendent above all deficiencies” (علم على ذات الواجب الوجود، المستحق لجميع الكمالات المتنزه عن جميع النقاءص).

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Historian: No real evidence that Jesus thought he was God

Encyclopedia Americana:

“Christianity derived from Judaism and Judaism was strictly Unitarian [believing that God is one person]. The road which led from Jerusalem to Nicea was scarcely a straight one. Fourth century Trinitarianism did not reflect accurately early Christian teaching regarding the nature of God; it was, on the contrary, a deviation from this teaching.”-(1956), Vol. XXVII, p. 294L.

In Proto Q Source–historically the most accurate source–Mark 12: 28-32 Jesus affirms Jewish Unitarian Monotheism by agreeing with the Jewish Rabbi and proclaiming the Shema Yisrael the Unitarian Creed. Regardless of Muhammad (ص) Historians maintain that Jesus and his disciples were Fundamentalist Unitarians and did not preach, believe or accept the Trinity. Case Closed.

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Ishmael, peace be upon him, part I: “Wild Ass” Man?


نبي الله إسماعيل

Brief philological analysis on the term “Wild Ass” in Genesis 16:12

Many christians in the west see Muslims, Arabs, and what is happening in the middle east as a direct fulfilment to Genesis 16 11-12 by deeming all prophet Ishmael (ص) (Ar. إسماعيل‎ ʾIsmāʿīl) descendants  i.e. Prophet Muhammad (ص) , the Arabs and Muslims in one derogatory category “wild ass of men”.

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Open letter to Rav Tovia Singer

בסם אללה אלרחמ אלר חים

In the Name of Hashem, the Compassionate, the Merciful


The Yeshiva Institute


Dear Rav Tovia Singer,

As-Salamu alaykumShalom Alechem

We hope this message finds you well. You have made statement on your willingness to work with Islamic organisations  in order to help the believers to respond to christian missionaries. We, The Yeshiva Institute, an academic community  whose member are  muslims of jewish ancestry as well as muslims who  are specialist in hebrew and Christian texts dedicated to the study of true message of the scriptures from Allah/Hashem, Insha Allah B’Ezrat Hashem, are ready to work with you and your organisation in order to pursue this objective.

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Tanggapan untuk Apologet Kristen tentang kata Ibrani "Echad" אֶחָד

Apologet kristen memberikan tanggapan sehubungan dengan tulisan TYI mengenai penggunaan kata echad אֶחָד yang oleh kaum penganut paham trinitas dijadikan argumen seolah olah mengisyaratkan doktrin Trinitas di dalam Tanakh.

Pokok pokok argumentasi yang di sodorkan adalah sebagai berikut:


//Mengutip Michael Brown, misionaris kristen berbaju yahudi yang berargumen dengan logika dibalik. “…Actually, ’echad simply means “one,” exactly like our English word “one.” While it can refer to compound unity (just as our English word can, as in one team, one couple, etc.), it does not specifically refer to compound unity. On the other hand, ’echad certainly does not refer to the concept of absolute unity,.. In fact, there is not a single verse anywhere in the Bible that clearly or directly states that God is an absolute unity” Michael Brown , Answering Jewish Objection to Jesus, Volume Two, Baker Books, Grand Rapids, 2000 //

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