Monday, 26 November 2012


 [Note: When I use the word "Tanakh", I mean the "whole Jewish Bible" i.e. the OLD Testament]
   There is a common saying: that "Christianity was derived from Judaism and Judasim was and is unitarian, therefore, Christianity is meant to be Unitarian" --- Repeated in Jehovah's Witnesses' literature [Reasoning from the scriptures, chapter of Trinity].
   This has been their modus operandi when trying to disprove the Doctrine of the Holy trinity -which is also used by Muslims and other Heretic, Anti Trinitarian "Christian". If only these people could read the Jewish scriptures with an unbiased mindset, perhaps, there would be a change in all these criticisms. Come to think of it, there are things practiced and adorned in today's Judaism that are not only unscriptural but are also pagan. for example,an utterly pagan symbol in Judaism: The Hexagram- which is claimed to be the star of David- is used today in Judaism as a symbol for "God's" people. Should we adopt that too?
   In this blog post, i will be refuting the silly claims of "unitarian Judaism = unitarian Christianity" and will prove that the Jews do not follow the true teaching of the Jewish scriptures.

Friday, 23 November 2012


                                               SHE'OL AND GE'HINNOM
   Jehovah's Witnesses use certain verses in order to debunk the Doctrine of Eternal Retribution [i.e. Hellfire]. Out of these verses, i'd be addressing one of the main verses which, if refuted, refutes all the others [i.e. their favourite verses]. I mean Job 14:13. It says:
  "O that in Sheol you would conceal me,
That you would keep me secret until your anger turns back,
That you would set a time limit for me and remember me!" [New World Translation]
After quoting this verse to a non J.W., the J.W. would ask "was Job really wishing to get tormented in hellfire?"... This technique has been the one of the main tactics which they use to "stump" a believer in divine retribution perhaps to make the believer think that such notion makes more sense if the word "She'ol" were a "Grave" and not a "place of torment"... I have even heard such questions asked in other websites like "Yahoo Answers", Facebook posts, e.t.c. but the fact is that this conclusion is illogical.

The Early Church Fathers on
The Sabbath or Sunday

It is true that the early Church changed the day of worship from Saturday to Sunday. This in no way violates the teachings of Scripture. Christians live under the New Covenant and not the Old. The Church in its God given authority (Matthew 16:15-19), made the change in honor of the day that Jesus rose from the dead. Scripture records the early Church meeting on the first day (Sunday). For instance, in Acts 20:7 we read the following: "On the first day of the week, when we were gathered together to break bread, Paul talked with them…" The term "to break bread" refers to the Eucharistic celebration which has been the center of Christian worship for the last two thousand years. Money was collected for the needs of the Church on Sunday (1 Corinthians 16:2). Paul also tells us Christians are not to be judged for failing to observing the Jewish Sabbath (Colossians 2:14-16).

Friday, 9 November 2012

The Early Church Fathers on

The Early Fathers believed in a literal hell. A place where unrepentant sinners would spend their eternity separated from God. A place where all hope would be abandoned and where misery and suffering would be a constant companion. The idea that the Bibles torturous descriptions of hell were somehow symbolic of non-existence, as Jehovah’s Witnesses claim, was something that would have been totally foreign to them.

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

The Early Church Fathers on
The Trinity

   Groups such as the Jehovah’s Witnesses and Oneness Pentecostals dispute the doctrine of the Trinity. Jehovah’s Witnesses even go so far as to claim that the doctrine of the Trinity was unknown to the Early Fathers. They specifically claim that Tertullian, Origen and Theophilus of Antioch gave evidence against it