Posts Tagged ‘secular’

March 26, 2013

Paarsurrey says:

The Church has not dealt with the families fairly in he past; hence the secular governments have taken over this function of reconciliation or otherwise of the families .

The clergy had been carried away with their incorrect creeds and doing injustice with the families.The clergy/church/priests don’t represent the one true creator God; no injustice should be made in the name of church or religion.

Justice is one of the prime attributes of God.

This is my opinion; others could believe differently with rational reasons and arguments.

“Doubt, truth and wonder in ministry “

March 20, 2010

Hi friends

The above article mentions:

“Recently a study showed that many ministers don’t believe what they preach.They claim to know what they preach is wrong, but go on preaching it.”

One may think: Can a blind man show path to a blind man? If the pastors don’t know; how could they teach others to know?

It is so simple to understand.

God Almighty has indicated three types of knowledge:

1. Knowledge by certainty of reason,
2. Knowledge by certainty of sight,
3. Knowledge by certainty of experience.

This may be illustrated thus:

When a person perceives smoke from a distance his mind conceives that smoke and fire are inseparable, and therefore where there is smoke there must be fire also. This would be knowledge by the certainty of reason.

Then on a nearer approach he sees the flames of the fire and that is knowledge by the certainty of sight.

If one enters into the fire that would be knowledge by the certainty of experience.

Jesus had himself entered into the fire of knowledge of God that is he received Word of Revelation from the creator- God Allah YHWH Parmatma AhuraMazda.

Paul spoiled all the truthful teachings of Jesus based on Jesus’ experience mentioned above. Paul never spent any time learning from Jesus; so he had no knowledge of certainty. Paul was not even on the first stage of knowledge.

What Paul made up himself; it is enough that “Christians” have been following it blindly till now; but in the present era Paul and the Church have miserably failed.

The secular knowledge has uprooted the myth of Paul’s Theology invented by him at Rome. People don’t speak up and remain silent; but inwardly they have become Atheists and Agnostics.

Christian believers could only maintain their belief if they follow Jesus and Mary and don’t follow Paul and the mythical Church. Only Jesus and Mary could salvage their belief. The Atheists Agnostics are cognizant of the situation prevailing; and hence flexing their muscles to create wedge between the believers and Jesus- one of the perfect men that have been born on this planet Earth.

It is very appropriate time that the believers join in to reform Christianity and set it on to the path based on Teachings of Jesus and Mary and get rid of Paul and the Church to salvage Christians from the attack of Atheists Agnostics based only on doubt. They themselves name it “Skepticism” or path of doubt or devolution.

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in Quran.


I am an Ahmadi peaceful Muslim

Does Christianity truly consider women a chattel?

January 18, 2010

Hi friends

Does Christianity truly consider women a chattel?

1 Corinthians 11

6 For if a woman be not covered, let her be shorn. But if it be a shame to a woman to be shorn or made bald, let her cover her head. 7 The man indeed ought not to cover his head, because he is the image and glory of God; but the woman is the glory of the man. 8 For the man is not of the woman, but the woman of the man. 9 For the man was not created for the woman, but the woman for the man. 10 Therefore ought the woman to have a power over her head, because of the angels.
10 “A power”… that is, a veil or covering, as a sign that she is under the power of her husband: and this, the apostle adds, because of the angels, who are present in the assemblies of the faithful.

Does Christianity truly consider women a chattel? Yes, of course

Thanks to the secular movement in Europe and elsewhere which relieved women from the yoke of men; but the truth is that Christianity of the Paul’s time and Church (not of course of Jesus’ time) considered women a subordinate of men, and a women was not forced to put on a veil or head-covering for chastity reason but as mark of subordination of men or to denote power of Men, as clearly mentioned in Bible.

This was not the case with Islam; Quran/Islam/Muhammad advised women to put on a veil or a head-covering as a mark of respect and that the women should not be looked upon for sexual harassment. Mary the mother of Jesus put on a head-covering for the reasons given by Quran as Mary was never a Christian.

I love Jesus and Mary as mentioned in Quran.