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  •   "We are the closest thing to competition Facebook or Twitter has seen in many years. I believe Amazon, Google, Apple worked together to try and ensure they don't have competition," says Parler CEO John Matze.  With Goliaths Twitter, FB and Google acting increasingly like power-mad fascists and Big Brother Thought Police, a battle of the new and smaller competing Social Media platforms is now

    By: ApoLogika
    Posted: January 10, 2021, 12:25 pm

  •   Muslims continue to use heretical Jehovah's Witness arguments even though they should know better by now. For instance, the JW misinterpretation of Luke 18:19.
      Like JWs, Muslims will take this one verse and wrench it out of its Biblical context to try to reject Jesus' claim of deity in the passage.

    (the original slide is from the slideshow titled "Counterfeit Christs" which may be found 

    By: ApoLogika
    Posted: July 8, 2020, 12:43 am

  •   Muslims frequently claim that they love Jesus more than Christians do because they pray exactly as Jesus did. To support this claim, they quote Matthew 26:39, saying that this verse describes the kneeling that Muslims do whenever they bow to Muhammad's Allah. In short, kneeling with their forehead to the ground as the Muslim in this picture is doing:

      But this is what we find in the Gospel

    By: ApoLogika
    Posted: June 29, 2020, 5:33 am

  • Here is more proof from the Bible that it is the Lord Jesus Who is the Prophet of Deuteronomy 18... and not Muhammad: 

    17 Then [Yahweh] said to me, ‘They have spoken well.
    18 I will raise up for them a prophet like you from among their brothers. I will put My words in his mouth, and he will tell them everything I command him.
    Deuteronomy 18
    Note the words God uses as He speaks to Moses.

    By: ApoLogika
    Posted: May 2, 2020, 8:10 pm

  • Here is yet another contradiction taught by Muslims. Islam claims that it is an Abrahamic faith, and yet Muslims are constantly demanding to know why Christians do not keep the Mosaic Law, which is the Law God gave to Moses as part of His Covenant with Israel.
    Abraham never lived under the Mosaic Law and yet Muslims repeatedly chide Christians for not putting themselves under the Law given

    By: ApoLogika
    Posted: March 14, 2020, 6:29 am

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      In the Bible, Yahweh God never says He regrets creating any of the animals He put on the earth. Rather, in God's new heaven and new earth, the stain of man's sins is removed and everything is made new again, the ferocious along with the meek. As the prophet Isaiah writes:

      6 Wolves will live with lambs.
      Leopards will lie down with goats.
      Calves, young lions, and year-old lambs will

      By: ApoLogika
      Posted: December 23, 2019, 10:02 am

      • Christian Hill

        Here is more proof that the Allah of Muhammad and of Islam is not Yahweh, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob of the Bible...

        Circa 835 BC, or more than 800 years before the Lord Jesus returned to His eternal throne in Heaven, the prophet Joel prophesied this about the Last Days (text in parentheses and bold print mine):

        28 “After this, I will pour my Ruach (Spirit) on everyone.

        By: ApoLogika
        Posted: December 13, 2019, 7:07 am

        Allah the Misogynist?

        A Christian apologetics blog

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              We know that Islam teaches Muslims to respect and believe what all the Abrahamic prophets taught, but do they? 
              Let's take just one example and find out what just a few of God's true prophets of the Bible had to say about the Coming Messiah:

              The prophet Moses recorded these words from Yahweh about 1,500 years before Jesus: 
            15 "I will put hostility between you and the woman,

            By: ApoLogika
            Posted: October 18, 2019, 7:23 pm

            • Meril Jeffery John.J


              There was in Italy the town of Gubbio, a prosperous village that had a great problem. A wolf was eating their livestock, and attacking the people. Nothing the townspeople did protected them from the wolf. Never had they seen such a fierce predator. He killed a shepherd, then the shepherd’s brother and father when they went out to deal with this menace. The next morning the town was abuzz with the story told by the shepherd’s mother and sisters.

              The mayor of Gubbio announced he would send three of his best guards to find and slay the wolf that very afternoon. At dusk the townspeople could hear shouts and clashing of metal from the woods. Then it was quiet. The guards had met the wolf.

              Late in the night the only survivor of the encounter struggled into the anxious town and collapsed. After he was revived, he told his tale of their fight with the fierce and powerful wolf. As the story rushed through town the wolf grew larger and more ferocious. Fear was in the eyes of everyone in Gubbio. Children were kept close by, weapons at the ready and the defenses of the town raised.

              The mayor consulted with his advisors and decided to see if Francis of Assisi could help them. They had heard that he could talk to animals and that God talked to him.

              Several brave messengers were sent to find Francis and ask him for his help. They had the good fortune to find him in Assisi at the house of Bernardo Quintivalle, his first follower. They told him of the tragic attacks of the wolf and how the frightened people were almost in a state of siege. They thought Francis was the only one who would be able to help them. They begged the simple Holy man to help and implored him to come with them right away.

              Francis was moved by their plight and wanted to do what he could. He said they could leave in the morning and they should eat and rest with his Brothers that night. After dinner they prayed with Francis for a solution and slept that night with hope in their hearts.

              Dawn found them walking down the hill from Assisi on their way to Gubbio. In time they arrived at the woods near the town. The messengers pointed to where the wolf had slain the two guards not far from the road. They stayed in a tighter group as they hurried the rest of the way, watching for the wolf.

              The gate to the town was opened as they arrived and was quickly closed behind them. The entire town followed Francis to the town square where the Mayor eagerly met them. They went into the town hall to eat and discuss what Francis would do with the wolf.

              The mayor wondered what Francis could do with such a challenge. The mayor hated that wolf. He knew the men who were killed and their families. One of the guards was a cousin to the mayor’s wife. If he were younger, he would have led the guards after the wolf. He wanted Francis to strike the wolf dead or send him to the town of Spoletto, their old enemy. Either would satisfy a need for revenge and stop the attacks.

              Francis listened as the mayor described what had happened to their peaceful town. He had much empathy for the families of the victims and wanted to meet the wolf and hear his story, too. Francis stated that the next morning he would go the woods where the guards had been killed to see if he could find the wolf. That night he prayed for the wisdom to find a solution that would benefit everyone.

              Early the next morning, refreshed and confident this would work out, Francis was accompanied by the townspeople to the gates of Gubbio. They wished him well and retreated to their homes, worried that Francis would share the fate of the shepherds and guards.

              He walked on to the woods, ready to engage the wolf. As he neared the first stand of trees, the wolf appeared and began to stalk Francis. His slow, deliberate steps, the walk of a predator, announced his intention. He drew nearer and nearer, closing in a circle around the holy man from Assisi.

              Seeing the wolf, Francis felt a connection. He made the sign of the cross and called the wolf to meet him in peace under the grace of the Lord. The wolf watched as Francis came closer. “Come Brother Wolf, I will not hurt you. Let us talk in peace.” The wolf froze in mid step. The wolf struggled with doubt and uncertainty. Finally, understanding that Francis meant him no harm, the wolf walked to Francis and sat back on his haunches, ready to listen.

              Francis told the wolf that he had come from Gubbio and described what the townspeople were experiencing because of the wolf’s actions. He described the pain and resentment they held toward the wolf. “How did this come to happen?” Francis asked the wolf. “Why did you kill the livestock and people?”

              The wolf told Francis his story. He had been left behind by his pack because he was injured and couldn’t keep up. He could only catch prey that didn’t run fast, like sheep and goats. He really preferred to eat deer and rabbits, but, with his injured leg, that was out of the question. He explained to Francis that all he wanted was to eat when he was hungry.

              Francis implored him to explain his actions. The wolf continued. The first shepherd he had killed was trying to protect his flock and the wolf had no choice but to fight back and kill him. That afternoon two more men came after him and instinct took over. He quickly killed them, leaving their bodies where they fell. The next day the three guards came hunting him. He was only defending himself when he fought them. Two were slain. As the third man was no longer a threat, he let him go.

              Francis could see that the wolf was only acting to fill his needs. He had made unfortunate choices that affected people of whom he knew nothing. Through Francis the wolf was able to feel the pain of the people in Gubbio and he felt remorse. He was sorry for the pain he had caused, but he needed to eat. What could he do?

              Hours passed as Francis prayed. The wolf watched closely, not fully understanding what was taking place, but sensing that Francis believed he felt remorse at having caused such pain. When Francis emerged from his contemplation, he quietly suggested an answer to the dilemma. It was a suggestion that could meet the needs of both the town and the wolf. He proposed to the wolf that the townspeople could feed him and, in return, the wolf would stop killing the people and their livestock.

              The wolf thought this would work well for him, but worried the people would still want to kill him. Francis understood the wolf’s concern and assured him he would present the idea to the townspeople in such a way that he would be forgiven and welcomed into the town. He knew they could let go of their fear and hate if they saw the wolf ask for forgiveness and accede to a peaceful relationship. Francis extended his hand. The Wolf showed agreement by placing his paw in Francis’ hand.

              Saint Francis and the wolf walked back to Gubbio.

              As they neared the gate, the citizens could not believe their eyes. Francis and the wolf continued to the town square, although the mayor and the entire town watched with hate and fear. The wolf had to keep his eyes on Francis to still his fear.

              Francis called out, “Come countrymen, the wolf will not hurt you. Let us talk in peace. I have spoken with the wolf and he apologizes for his actions and wants to make amends.”

              Francis told them the wolf’s story. “He has the same needs as you and only wants to eat and not go hungry. Can the people of Gubbio feed him if he promises to never again take the lives of the people and their animals? Remember, our Savior taught forgiveness. He taught us to love our enemies.”

              The citizens returned skeptical stares. Francis continued, “This will be your wolf. He can’t be killed or passed off to Spoletto or Perugia. He will serve the town as a defender as long as he will live.”

              The citizens of Gubbio asked Francis to talk privately with them, to help them understand his suggestion. The Mayor guaranteed no one would hurt the wolf while they conferred.

              The people of Gubbio talked with each other for hours. Relatives of the dead were the hardest to convince. They harbored a hard place in their hearts for the wolf. Francis wept with them and touched them in a way that softened their hearts. Finally, after many tears, they found compassion for the wolf. At Francis’ suggestion, they addressed him as Brother Wolf.

              Francis asked the Mayor and Brother Wolf to declare a pact. The people would be safe from the wolf. The wolf would be safe from them. Everyone expressed joy that the shadow of fear had been lifted from their town.

              The wife of the shepherd, the man who was the first to fall, brought out food to feed Brother Wolf. She was crying in relief to have the burden of hate lifted from her spirit. Brother Wolf was humbled when he found his apology accepted. More food was brought out and soon everyone was eating together.

              Word spread to other towns. Soon the people of Gubbio were proclaiming proudly that they had a special wolf, Brother Wolf. He lived another two years like that until he died, cared for by the generous and forgiving town of Gubbio.

            • தாய்போல தேற்றி
              தந்தை போல ஆற்றி
              தோள்மீது சுமந்திடும்
              என் இயேசைய்யா - 2
              உம்மை போல புரிந்து கொள்ள
              உம்மை போல அரவணைக்க
              யாருமில்லையே - 2
              நீர் போதும்
              என் வாழ்விலே - இயேசைய்யா - 4
                                          - தாய்போல தேற்றி - 1

              மலைபோல துன்பம்
              எனை சூழும் போது அதை
              பனிபோல உருகிட செய்பவரே - 2
              கண்மணி போல என்னை காப்பவரே
              உள்ளங்கையில் பொறிந்த்தென்னை
              நினைப்பவரே - 2
              நீர் போதும்
              என் வாழ்விலே - இயேசைய்யா - 4
                                          - தாய்போல தேற்றி - 1

              பெலவீன நேரம் என் கிருபை
              உனக்கு போதும்
              உன் பெலவீனத்தில்
              என்பெலன் தருவேன் என்றிர் - 2
              நிழல் போல என் வாழ்வில் வருபவரே
              விலகாமல் துணை நின்று காப்பவரே - 2
              நீர் போதும் என் வழ்விலே - இயேசைய்யா - 4
                                          - தாய்போல தேற்றி - 1

              ஒரு தாய்போல பாசம்
              தந்தை போல நேசம்
              ஒரு தோழன் போல புரிந்து
              கொண்ட என் இயேசைய்யா
              உம்மை போல
              புரிந்து கொண்டது யாருமில்லையே
              உம்மை போல
              அரவணைப்பதும் யருமில்லையே - 2
              நீர் போதும்
              என் வாழ்விலே - இயேசைய்யா - 4


              Thaai Pola Thaettri Thandhai Pola Aattri

              Tholmeedhu Sumandhidum En Yesaiyya

              Ummai Pola Purindhu Kolla Yaarumillaiyae

              Ummai Pola Aravanaikka Yaarumillaiyae

              Neer Podhum En Vaazhvilae - Yesaiyya - 4

              - Thaaipola Thaettri


              Malaipola Thunbam Enai Soozhum Podhu Adhai

              Pani Pola Urugida Seibavarae - 2

              Kanmani Pol Ennai Kaappavarae

              Ullangkaiyyil Poriththennai Ninaippavarae - 2

              Neer Podhum En Vaazhvilae - Yesaiyya - 4

              - Thaaipola Thaettri


              Belaveena Neram En Kirubai Unakku Podhum

              Un Belaveenaththil En Belan Tharuvaen Endreer - 2

              Nizhal Pola En Vaazhvil Varubavarae

              Vilagaamal Thunai Nindru Kaappavarae - 2

              Neer Podhum En Vaazhvilae - Yesaiyya - 4

              - Thaaipola Thaettri


              Thaai Pola Paasam Thandhai Pola Nesam Oru

              Thozhan Pola Purindhu Konda En Yesaiya

              Ummai Pola Purindhu Kondadhu Yaarumillaiyae

              Ummai Pola Aravanaippadhum Yaarumillaiyae - 2

              Neer Podhum En Vaazhvilae - Yesaiyya - 4

            •   Muslims love to quote Mark 12:29 to Christians as though we believe in three gods, but how many Muslims have ever read, much less, obeyed verses 30 and 31?

                Seeing how well the Lord Jesus responds to those who were debating Him  about the Law, a scribe approaches Jesus and asks, “Which command is the most important of all?”

              29 Jesus answered him, “The most important of all the commandments

              By: ApoLogika
              Posted: April 24, 2019, 12:00 pm

            • During a YouTube livestream by Christian apologist Christian Prince, CP asks a caller who says he speaks Arabic to read Surah 9:31 in Quranic Arabic. It stops the Muslim cold when he realizes that his Arabic Quran teaches that Jesus is God. One has to ask, why would the Quran contain such a verse when Islam rejects the deity of the Lord Jesus? Obviously, Muhammad left his followers one

              By: ApoLogika
              Posted: April 3, 2019, 9:04 pm

            •   With just one verse from the Old Testament Book of Proverbs, we can prove that the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is not Muhammad's Allah:

              Who has gone up to heaven and come down?

              Who has gathered the wind in His hands?

              Who has bound up the waters in a cloak? 

              Who has established all the ends of the earth?

              What is His name, 

              and what is the name of His Son— 

              if you know?

              Proverbs 30

              By: Mari Kaimo
              Posted: February 5, 2019, 5:16 pm

            •   Islam denies that Jesus died and rose again after three days, one of the central teachings of the Gospel. And Mark 14:50 is one verse which Muslims quote to try and support the Islamic claim that Jesus was never crucified. 

                "Then they all deserted Him and ran away." Mark 14:50

                They claim that, since Jesus' apostles abandoned Him at the Garden of Gethsemane, there would have been no

              By: Mari Kaimo
              Posted: July 22, 2016, 8:37 pm

            •   A Muslim quotes Jesus in Matthew 15:24 ("I was sent only to the Lost Sheep of Israel") and then writes, "I am from Nigeria, Jesus was not sent to me."

                This is a common Muslim error which comes from a lack of knowledge about the Bible. But the error is easily corrected. 

                Prior to His ascension to heaven in Matthew 28, the Lord commanded His followers to preach the Gospel to and make

              By: Mari Kaimo
              Posted: December 26, 2018, 10:56 am

            •   If Jeremiah was, in fact, saying in Jeremiah 8 that the Torah had been forever corrupted -- as Muslims claim -- then why on earth would he keep talking about the Torah for at least another 36 chapters?

                All Scripture references below are from the Complete Jewish Bible:

               4 So tell them that this is what Adonai says: “If you will not pay attention to me and live according to my Torah,

              By: Mari Kaimo
              Posted: December 22, 2018, 11:55 am

              • Christian Hill

                  A Muslim in a Facebook debate group asked, "Did Jesus Christ command Christians to celebrate his birthday on Christmas Day?"

                  Why are Muslims so upset that Christians celebrate the birth of Christ once a year when all of heaven celebrated His birth almost 2,000 years ago? 

                8 In the same region, shepherds were staying out in the fields and keeping watch at night over their flock.

                9 Then an

                By: Mari Kaimo
                Posted: December 17, 2018, 2:01 pm

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                      While Muslims claim that Muhammad followed on the heels of the Biblical prophets, his message was very different from that of the true prophets of God. For instance, Islam claims that the message of Yeshua the Messiah was intended only for the Jews and that He was never sent to minister to the Gentile world, which is known in the Tanakh (Old Testament) as "the nations."

                      The Scriptures as

                    By: Mari Kaimo
                    Posted: December 6, 2018, 4:44 pm

                    • Christian Hill

                        A Muslimah in one debate group said, "Jesus shared the gospel which we Muslims refer to as the Injeel. Therefore the books of Matthew Mark Luke and John are not the books Jesus called the gospel in Mark 1:16."

                        It sounds like our Muslim friend is trying to tell us that the author of the Gospel of Mark had no idea what the Lord Jesus meant by "Gospel," because here is what Mark writes as

                      By: Mari Kaimo
                      Posted: November 6, 2018, 4:18 am