• Need middle names for the following names?

    Simon Frederick Joseph Michael Adam Tobias Anthony Caleb
    Simon Frederick Joseph Michael Adam Tobias Anthony Caleb
    13 answers · Baby Names · 4 years ago
  • Muslims: Why will only white faces be saved?

    In the great and final redemption, only white faces will be saved, and all blackened faces will be condemned - 3rd sura verses 105-106
    In the great and final redemption, only white faces will be saved, and all blackened faces will be condemned - 3rd sura verses 105-106
    1 answer · Religion & Spirituality · 7 years ago
  • Muslims do you believe in the boogeyman?

    The Hadith (Bukhari vol. IV, no. 516) "Satan lives in the upper part of the nose all night." (Muslim vol 1, no. 462) Abu Haraira reported: The apostle of Allah said, "When any one of you wakes up from your sleep and performs abulation, he must clean his nose three times, for the devil spends the night in the interior of... show more
    The Hadith (Bukhari vol. IV, no. 516) "Satan lives in the upper part of the nose all night." (Muslim vol 1, no. 462) Abu Haraira reported: The apostle of Allah said, "When any one of you wakes up from your sleep and performs abulation, he must clean his nose three times, for the devil spends the night in the interior of his nose."
    10 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 7 years ago
  • Judge rules against atheist victim and defends his Muslim attacker?

    http://www.abc27.com/story/16986440/midstate-judge-rules-against-attack-on-atheist-in-costume The Atheists of Central Pennsylvania decided to walk in the Mechanicsburg Halloween parade. There was a zombie Pope and a zombie Muhammed. On YouTube, you can catch a scary moment. It's dark and distorted, but a Muslim man comes off the curb... show more
    http://www.abc27.com/story/16986440/mids... The Atheists of Central Pennsylvania decided to walk in the Mechanicsburg Halloween parade. There was a zombie Pope and a zombie Muhammed. On YouTube, you can catch a scary moment. It's dark and distorted, but a Muslim man comes off the curb extremely offended at Muhammed being depicted in this way. "He grabbed me, choked me from the back, and spun me around to try to get my sign off that was wrapped around my neck," said Ernie Perce, who donned the costume. The Muslim man and Perce both called police to report a crime. Both kept walking, and a few blocks down found Sgt. Brian Curtis. He talked to both and came to this conclusion. "Mr. Perce has the right to do what he did that evening, and the defendant in this case was wrong in confronting him," he said. Talaag Elbayomy was charged with harassment, but District Judge Mark Martin threw it out after criticizing Perce, the victim, and even calling him a "doofus." The audio is also on YouTube. Martin, who has done several tours of duty in the Middle East, said Perce would be put to death in those societies for his crime, but Perce wonders why that's relevant in this country. "He let a man who is Muslim, because of his preference of his culture and his way of life, walk free from an attack," Perce said.
    6 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 7 years ago
  • What do you think about Joel Osteen's prosperity gospel?

    Before you answer.... please examine the following: Two men are seated in a plane. The first is given a parachute and told to put is on as it would improve his flight. He’s a little skeptical at first because he can’t see how wearing a parachute in a plane could possibly improve the flight. After a time he decides to experiment and see if the... show more
    Before you answer.... please examine the following: Two men are seated in a plane. The first is given a parachute and told to put is on as it would improve his flight. He’s a little skeptical at first because he can’t see how wearing a parachute in a plane could possibly improve the flight. After a time he decides to experiment and see if the claim is true. As he puts it on he notices the weight of it upon his shoulders and he finds that he has difficulty in sitting upright. However, he consoles himself with the fact that he was told the parachute would improve the flight. So, he decides to give the thing a little time. As he waits he notices that some of the other passengers are laughing at him, because he’s wearing a parachute in a plane. He begins to feel somewhat humiliated. As they begin to point and laugh at him and he can stand it no longer, he slinks in his seat, unstraps the parachute, and throws it to the floor. Disillusionment and bitterness fill his heart, because, as far as he was concerned, he was told an outright lie. The second man is given a parachute, but listen to what he’s told. He’s told to put it on because at any moment he’d be jumping 25,000 feet out of the plane. He gratefully puts the parachute on; he doesn’t notice the weight of it upon his shoulders, nor that he can’t sit upright. His mind is consumed with the thought of what would happen to him if he jumped without that parachute. Let’s analyze the motive and the result of each passenger’s experience. The first man’s motive for putting the parachute on was solely to improve his flight. The result of his experience was that he was humiliated by the passengers; he was disillusioned and somewhat embittered against those who gave him the parachute. As far as he’s concerned it’ll be a long time before anyone gets one of those things on his back again. The second man put the parachute on solely to escape the jump to come, and because of his knowledge of what would happen to him without it, he has a deep-rooted joy and peace in his heart knowing that he’s saved from sure death. This knowledge gives him the ability to withstand the mockery of the other passengers. His attitude towards those who gave him the parachute is one of heart-felt gratitude. Now listen to what the modern gospel says. It says, “Put on the Lord Jesus Christ. He’ll give you love, joy, peace, fulfillment, and lasting happiness.” In other words, “Jesus will improve your flight.” So the sinner responds, and in an experimental fashion, puts on the Savior to see if the claims are true. And what does he get? The promised temptation, tribulation, and persecution. The other passengers mock him. So what does he do? He takes off the Lord Jesus Christ, he’s offended for the word’s sake (Mark 4:17), he’s disillusioned and somewhat embittered, and quite rightly so. He was promised peace, joy, love, fulfillment, and lasting happiness, and all he got were trials and humiliation. His bitterness is directed toward those who gave him the so-called “good news”. His latter end becomes worse than the first: another inoculated and bitter backslider. Saints, instead of preaching that Jesus improves the flight, we should be warning the passengers they’re going have to jump out of the plane. That it’s “appointed unto man once to die, but after this the judgment” (Heb. 9:27). And when a sinner understands the horrific consequences of breaking God’s law, then he will flee to the Savior solely to escape the wrath that’s to come. And if we’re true and faithful witnesses, that’s what we’ll be preaching. That there is wrath to come; that God “commands all men everywhere to repent” (Acts 17:30). Why? “Because He has appointed a day, in which He will judge the world in righteousness” (vs. 31). You see, the issue isn’t one of happiness, but one of righteousness. It doesn’t matter how happy a sinner is, how much he’s enjoying “the pleasures of sin for a season” (Heb. 11:25). Without the righteousness of Christ, he’ll perish on the day of wrath. “Riches profit not on the day of wrath, but righteousness delivers from death” (Prov. 11:4). Peace and joy are legitimate fruits of salvation, but it’s not legitimate to use these fruits as a draw card for salvation. If we continue to do so, sinners will respond with an impure motive lacking repentance. Now, can you remember why the second passenger had joy and peace in his heart? It was because he knew that parachute was going to save him from sure death. And as a believer, I have, as Paul says, “joy and peace in believing” (Rom. 15:13), because I know that the righteousness of Christ is going to deliver me from the wrath that’s to come.
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 7 years ago
  • Who else could be the Messiah?

    “27 Prophecies fulfilled in 1 Day” Prophecy 1: The betrayal of Messiah by His friend. Recorded in Psalm 41:9.…Fulfilled in Mark 14:10 Prophecy 2: The Messiah was forsaken by His disciples. Recorded in Zechariah 13:7.…fulfilled in Mark 14:50 Prophecy 3: The price paid for betraying Messiah. Recorded in Zechariah 11:12.…Fulfilled in... show more
    “27 Prophecies fulfilled in 1 Day” Prophecy 1: The betrayal of Messiah by His friend. Recorded in Psalm 41:9.…Fulfilled in Mark 14:10 Prophecy 2: The Messiah was forsaken by His disciples. Recorded in Zechariah 13:7.…fulfilled in Mark 14:50 Prophecy 3: The price paid for betraying Messiah. Recorded in Zechariah 11:12.…Fulfilled in Matthew 26:15 Prophecy 4: To what use the betrayal money would be put. Recorded in Zechariah 11:13.…Fulfilled in Matthew 27:3-7 Prophecy 5: The scourging of Messiah Recorded in Isaiah 50:6.…Fulfilled in Matthew 27:26, 30 Prophecy 6: Shame, reproach, and dishonor foretold. Recorded in Psalm 69:19.…..Fulfilled in Matthew 27:28 Prophecy 7: Prophecy of the smitten shepherd. Recorded in Zechariah 13:7.…Fulfilled in Matthew 26:31 Prophecy 8: The parting of Messiah’s garment. Recorded in Psalm 22:18.…Fulfilled in John 19:24 Prophecy 9: The Messiah would not open His mouth at His trial. Recorded in Isaiah 53:7.…Fulfilled in Matthew 27:13, 14 Prophecy 10: The crucifixion. Recorded in Isaiah 53:5.……Fulfilled in John 19:16 Prophecy 11: The prophecy of Messiah’s thirst. Recorded in Psalm 69:3...…Fulfilled in John 19:28 Prophecy 12: His thirst quenched with bitterness. Recorded in Psalm 69:21.….Fulfilled in John 19:29 Prophecy 13: They stare at Messiah on the cross. The minutest details of the process which later became known as crucifixion are described in this psalm. Recorded in Psalm 22:17.…..Fulfilled in Matthew 27:36 Prophecy 14: Messiah’s pierced hands and feet. Recorded in Psalm 22:16.…..Fulfilled in Matthew 27:35 Prophecy 15: Messiah’s pierced side. Recorded in Zechariah 12:10.…Fulfilled in John 19:34 Prophecy 16: His heart broken. Recorded in Psalm 22:14.….Fulfilled in John 19:34 Prophecy 17: The taunting, hatred and railing of the mob. Recorded in Psalm 22:7, 8.…..Fulfilled in Matthew 27:41, 43 Prophecy 18: Messiah as the Lamb of God. Recorded in Isaiah 53:7.…..Fulfilled in John 1:29 Prophecy 19: The Messiah would be an intercessor on behalf of transgressors. Recorded in Isaiah 53:12.….Fulfilled in Luke 23:34 Prophecy 20: Messiah’s intense, lonely cry in the hour of His suffering. Recorded in Psalm 22:1.….Fulfilled in Matthew 27:46 Prophecy 21: The prophecy of His disfigurement, caused by the brutality of the soldiers. Recorded in Isaiah 52:14.……Fulfilled in John 19:5, 14 Prophecy 22: Messiah’s cry of triumph and victory. Recorded in Psalm 22:31.….Fulfilled in John 19:30 Prophecy 23: Messiah, like the Passover lamb, would not have a single, broken bone. Recorded in Exodus 12:46 (also see Psalm 22:17).….Fulfilled in John 19:33, 36 Prophecy 24: Messiah would be numbered with the transgressors: that is, He would be considered a sinner, although He was without sin. Recorded in Isaiah 53:9, 12.…..Fulfilled in Luke 23:33 Prophecy 25: The Messiah was to be cut off (killed), but not for Himself. Recorded in Daniel 9:26.….Fulfilled in John 11:49-52 Prophecy 26: The struggle against Satan and the triumph of Messiah. This was the oldest Messianic prophecy of all, recorded in the first book of Torah. Recorded in Genesis 3:15.….Fulfilled in John 12:30-33 Prophecy 27: The place of Messiah’s burial, a rich man’s tomb. Recorded in Isaiah 53:9.…Fulfilled in Matthew 27:57-60 “In order that the scripture might be fulfilled” is a phrase that frequently appears in the Gospels. The fulfillment of the prophecies concerning Messiah far exceed what has been presented here. Here we have only spoken of those prophecies fulfilled in a single day. http://www.goodnewsdispatch.org/math.htm... http://www.bibleprobe.com/365messianicpr...
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 7 years ago
  • Is religious freedom for Christians being oppressed?

    1 Home Bible studies are now banned in the city of San Juan Capistrano, California. According to city officials, regular gatherings “of more than three people” in private homes are simply not allowed. One couple that has held home Bible studies for years has already been fined twice and is being threatened with even more fines. #2 Paypal has... show more
    1 Home Bible studies are now banned in the city of San Juan Capistrano, California. According to city officials, regular gatherings “of more than three people” in private homes are simply not allowed. One couple that has held home Bible studies for years has already been fined twice and is being threatened with even more fines. #2 Paypal has initiated “formal investigations” of a large number of Christian websites and organizations. Apparently, many of these investigations have been launched due to concerns that these websites and organizations do not hold to a “politically-correct” view of sexuality. 2 18 Examples Of How Christians Are Being Specifically Targeted By Big Brother According to WorldNetDaily, Paypal has targeted include Americans For Truth, Last Days Watchman and a host of other Christian organizations including “Abiding Truth Ministries, New Generation Ministries, Noua Dreapta of Romania, Truth in Action Ministries, Dove World Outreach, Faith Word Baptist Church, Family Research Institute and American Society for the Defense of Traditional Family”. #3 In Wichita, Kansas last year, a Christian minister was handcuffed and hauled off to jail by police for sharing the gospel and handing out tracts to Muslims on a public sidewalk. Apparently freedom of speech does not apply on the public sidewalks of America any longer. #4 In the UK, police recently threatened a cafe owner with arrest for silently playing a Bible DVD on a small television on the back wall of his cafe. The following is an excerpt from a Daily Mail article about this incident…. Mr Murray, 31, was left shocked after he was questioned for nearly an hour by the officers, who arrived unannounced at the premises. He said he had turned off the Bible DVD after an ‘aggressive inquisition’ during which he thought he was going to be arrested and ‘frog-marched out of the cafe like a criminal’. #5 Last year, a high school student in Southern California was suspended for two days because he had private conversations with his classmates during which he discussed Christianity. He was also banned from bringing his Bible to school ever again. #6 Big cable networks regularly feature “comedians” that love to mock Christians. For example, HBO “comedian” Bill Maher recently stated that “there’s a term for people who hate charity and love killing: Christian“. If that had been said about another minority group, it would have made front page headlines for weeks. #7 Down in Texas, the Department of Veteran Affairs actually tried to ban prayers that include the words “God” or “Jesus” during funeral services for veterans. #8 In North Carolina last year, a pastor was dismissed from his chaplain duties for praying in the name of Jesus. 18 Examples Of How Christians Are Being Specifically Targeted By Big Brother 3 #9 An unclassified Department of Homeland Security report published a couple years ago entitled “Right-wing Extremism: Current Economic and Political Climate Fueling Resurgence in Radicalization and Recruitment” claims that a belief in Bible prophecy “could motivate extremist individuals and groups to stockpile food, ammunition and weapons.” The report goes on to state that such people are potentially dangerous. #10 Back on February 20, 2009, the State of Missouri issued a report entitled “MIAC Strategic Report: The Modern Militia Movement“. That report warned that the following types of people may be potential terrorists…. *anti-abortion activists *those that are against illegal immigration *those that consider “the New World Order” to be a threat *those that have a negative view of the United Nations #11 All over the nation, “child protection agencies” are ripping an inordinate number of children out of Christian homes. In many of these cases the parents believe in homeschooling their children or they do not believe in having their children vaccinated. #12 On June 18, 2010 two Christians decided that they would peacefully pass out copies of the gospel of John on a public sidewalk outside a public Islamic festival in Dearborn, Michigan and within three minutes 8 police officers surrounded them and placed them under arrest. #13 A Christian consultant was recently fired by Bank of America and by Cisco because they discovered a book that he had written that expressed Christian viewpoints about social issues. #14 A while back, a federal judge actually ruled that the University of Californiacan deny course credit to applicants from Christian high schools that use textbooks that teach that it was God who created the earth. 4 18 Examples Of How Christians Are Being Specifically Targeted By Big Brother #15 Back in 2009, one 8 year old boy in Massachusetts was sent home from school and was forced to undergo a psychological evaluation because he drew a picture of Jesus on the cross.
    14 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 7 years ago
  • Please pray for Iranian man who is scheduled to be executed for not converting to Islam?

    An Iranian pastor is scheduled to be executed as early as Friday for refusing to convert back to Islam. Youcef Nadarkhani, who was arrested in 2009 for the crime of apostasy, has reportedly been given three opportunities to recant his Christian faith. Although no verdict was reached after the pastor’s last hearing on Wednesday, September 28,... show more
    An Iranian pastor is scheduled to be executed as early as Friday for refusing to convert back to Islam. Youcef Nadarkhani, who was arrested in 2009 for the crime of apostasy, has reportedly been given three opportunities to recant his Christian faith. Although no verdict was reached after the pastor’s last hearing on Wednesday, September 28, some reports from the region suggest that he may be put to death by the end of the week.
    6 answers · Current Events · 7 years ago
  • Please pray for Iranian man who is scheduled to be executed for not converting to Islam?

    An Iranian pastor is scheduled to be executed as early as Friday for refusing to convert back to Islam. Youcef Nadarkhani, who was arrested in 2009 for the crime of apostasy, has reportedly been given three opportunities to recant his Christian faith. Although no verdict was reached after the pastor’s last hearing on Wednesday, September 28, some... show more
    An Iranian pastor is scheduled to be executed as early as Friday for refusing to convert back to Islam. Youcef Nadarkhani, who was arrested in 2009 for the crime of apostasy, has reportedly been given three opportunities to recant his Christian faith. Although no verdict was reached after the pastor’s last hearing on Wednesday, September 28, some reports from the region suggest that he may be put to death by the end of the week.
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 7 years ago