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Alham­dulil­lah, this is the offi­cial web­site which hosts the chap­ters of an online work-in-progress, ten­ta­tive­ly titled The Apos­tle of Doom: Christianity’s Ter­ror­ist Dog­ma In Paul’s Own Words. This book was orig­i­nal­ly writ­ten in Bahasa Melayu with the work­ing title: Paulus Dan Kesan Ajaran­nya (orig­i­nal­ly intend­ed to be pub­lished in print­ed form) and in a sense, this book was sup­posed to be a trans­la­tion of that work into Eng­lish with addi­tion­al chap­ters. How­ev­er, as time went on we realised that the book would be best com­plet­ed if it were to take advan­tage of con­tem­po­rary online tech­nolo­gies such as social media and group col­lab­o­ra­tion. Hence, we have decid­ed to put the con­tent of this book online and work on its pro­gres­sion from that point onward.

Our inten­tion for this work — right from the time when the idea was first con­ceived — was to ensure that its con­tent remains free in order to bring ben­e­fit to any­one inter­est­ed in the sub­ject, and its chap­ters released online for pub­lic con­sump­tion to be read at their ear­li­est con­ve­nience. To mon­e­tise our efforts in order to sus­tain its via­bil­i­ty, a small fee would be charged for those inter­est­ed in procur­ing the book in PDF for­mat.

As the book has not reached its final form, this idea will be put on hold until the book is ful­ly expand­ed to the stage we have always intend­ed for it.

As the book pro­gress­es, this page will be updat­ed to reflect any sig­nif­i­cant changes that may have affect­ed the direc­tion of this work in a major way. Insha’allah there will be suc­cess in our endeav­our. This book is the cul­mi­na­tion of the con­tin­u­ous effort to spread the teach­ings of Islam and uphold its prin­ci­ples as set in the Arab proverb, al-kufru mil­latun wahi­dah (All forms of kufr are the same, no mat­ter the form).


All praise be to God, the Lord of the Worlds. Peace and bless­ings be upon Muham­mad, his fam­i­ly, his com­pan­ions and to all gen­er­a­tions of Mus­lims who were and are cur­rent­ly pur­su­ing their path in earnest.

This book was writ­ten with full aware­ness of the Chris­t­ian mis­sion­ary move­ment which are increas­ing­ly involved with their cur­rent pro­pa­gan­da, result­ing in the prob­lem of apos­ta­sy among the Mus­lim ummah unawares of the his­to­ry of this reli­gion. What is sad is that those affect­ed are chil­dren with lit­tle or no reli­gious edu­ca­tion. Some of them were giv­en basic Islam­ic knowl­edge, but this knowl­edge was too thin to be an effec­tive counter to the onslaught of Chris­t­ian thought.

We seek refuge in God from all doubts of faith and from the plot of the unbe­liev­ers, espe­cial­ly among those of the Peo­ple of the Scrip­ture who are always try­ing to under­mine our faith. Ver­i­ly, God has revealed the Qur’an as a guid­ance for those will­ing to seek the truth. But the truth can­not be attained when the search process is based on a deep-set hatred for Islam. Mankind need to lib­er­ate their think­ing from the ele­ments of jahilliyyah, review their actions and acts of super­sti­tious prac­tices that pol­lute and alter their cul­ture of life and ethics. This will thus put in place a new struc­ture for a more com­pre­hen­sive life with uni­ver­sal val­ues and the majesty of faith, when these unde­sir­able ele­ments are suc­cess­ful­ly dis­card­ed.

It is obvi­ous that if we were to exam­ine the fun­da­men­tals of the teach­ings of con­tem­po­rary Chris­tian­i­ty, one would dis­cov­er that it did not come from the true teach­ings of Christ Jesus, but through through the teach­ings of a Jew from the city of Tar­sus (now locat­ed in Turkey) by name of Saul, who lat­er changed his name to Paul. Not many peo­ple know that Paul was actu­al­ly a drunk­ard1 and a mur­der­er2. Paul had man­aged to suc­cess­ful­ly con­vince the fol­low­ers of Jesus that he had received a “rev­e­la­tion” to con­tin­ue the teach­ings of Jesus and have joined them to spread the teach­ings of Jesus. How­ev­er, it appears that Paul had a latent mal­ice, which is to destroy the reli­gion of Jesus from with­in by intro­duc­ing false doc­trines that had no basis in the authen­tic teach­ings of Jesus. His aim was to sim­ply attract the Gen­tiles to par­tic­i­pate in the reli­gion he cre­at­ed. This sit­u­a­tion even­tu­al­ly led Paul was involved in a feud with the Com­pan­ions of Jesus, which in turn even­tu­al­ly caused him to leave the hawariyyun to spread his teach­ings alone togeth­er with his fol­low­ers.

Our hope is that this book will shed light on the his­to­ry and ori­gins of Chris­tian­i­ty and how it has evolved to this day, apart from con­tribut­ing to the spread of knowl­edge among Mus­lims and open­ing their eyes to the ori­gins of Chris­tian­i­ty and the teach­ings of its true founder, Paul of Tar­sus — oth­er­wise known as the Apos­tle of Doom.

  1. 2 Cor 12:1–5 []
  2. cf. Acts 9:1–3 []

How Did It All Begin?

Chris­tian­i­ty today is said to have been found­ed by Jesus Christ, or bet­ter known as Jesus in the Mus­lim world, but if we exam­ine more thor­ough­ly, par­tic­u­lar­ly in the Bible, we will find that almost the entire doc­trine con­tained in the teach­ings of Chris­tian­i­ty today is caused by or is the cre­ation of a Jew named Saul, who was born in the city of Tar­sus, Dhoom cap­i­tal city in Asia Minor, lat­er known by the name of Paul.

Jesus which actu­al­ly was a prophet from among the Chil­dren of Israel who has been sent as a mes­sen­ger that con­firms the truth of the Torah and the inspi­ra­tion that called gospel comes from God. He also sent God S.W.T to con­vey the mes­sage about the birth of the last prophet and mes­sen­ger mes­sen­ger of God Almighty, that Muham­mad Jesus has shown signs of his prophe­cy as prophets before him in the task of spread­ing the teach­ings of God S.W.T, which was lat­er amend­ed by the dirty hands of the irre­spon­si­ble.

All the mir­a­cles shown by him was by per­mis­sion of Allah S.W.T also. He turned on his friend Lazarus died, which is per­mit­ted by God S.W.T, he megu­bati peo­ple affect­ed by the dis­ease hair­piece S.W.T also the per­mis­sion of Allah, his mirac­u­lous birth with­out father­less it is also the will of God S.W.T where most Chris­tians today have reject­ed and more mir­a­cles demon­strat­ed that he is also the will of God S.W.T He was lat­er res­cued by Allah of Jews killed by the priests who do not feel hap­py with him at the time, and where the trai­tor Judas Iscar­i­ot has been changed so that his face resem­bled Jesus and final­ly killed on the cross. That’s the pic­ture that has been list­ed in “The Final Tes­ta­ment”, ie the Qur’an ul-Karim, on Jesus under­ly­ing hold­ings of all Mus­lims.

While Chris­tians gen­er­al­ly show their love to Jesus as a Mus­lim, but their way goes against the Mus­lims. Mus­lims are very affec­tion­ate and loves Jesus because he is a prophet of God who was sent to his peo­ple. All signs shown is proof that he a.s. is a mes­sen­ger of God S.W.T which brings true doc­trine. But Chris­tians express their feel­ings of love and affec­tion by stat­ing that he a.s. is one of the divine per­sons in the Trin­i­ty or Trin­i­ty and many more claims that are some­times as if noth­ing enters the mind of a sane man.

This ver­sion of Chris­tian­i­ty today is based on Paul and inter­pre­ta­tion. Chris­tian­i­ty today wake up and fall based on the ide­ol­o­gy of Paul. In fact no doubt that the name of Paul is not an unfa­mil­iar name among stu­dents of com­par­a­tive reli­gion, espe­cial­ly for Chris­t­ian schol­ars. This is because he is a fig­ure so large role in shap­ing and cre­at­ing a wide­spread reli­gion, which was lat­er renamed as “Chris­tian­i­ty”. And the researchers own reli­gion, although most of them were born in the West, they also do not have any qualms about stat­ing that he is the per­son respon­si­ble for cre­at­ing and spread­ing “Chris­tian­i­ty” is seen as today — and it’s not the orig­i­nal teach­ings brought by Jesus as

Fabrication Of The New Testament

We are told that Saul of Tar­sus (Paul) is the author of the major­i­ty of the books of the New Tes­ta­ment. He is claimed to be the author of Romans, 1 and 2 Corinthi­ans, Gala­tians, Eph­esians, Phillip­pi­ans, Colos­sians, 1 and 2 Thes­sa­lo­ni­ans, 1 and 2 Tim­o­thy, Titus, Phile­mon, and Hebrews. We would expect such a piv­otal char­ac­ter in the Bible and the author of the major­i­ty of the New Tes­ta­ment books to be able to keep his sto­ries straight at least in such fun­da­men­tal mat­ters as how he became a Chris­t­ian and was “saved.”

How­ev­er, we can find in the Bible a sworn affi­davit by Paul that he is guilty of fab­ri­ca­tion. Sound incred­i­ble? Let us have a look.

If we read the pas­sages from Acts 9:19–29 and Acts 26:19–21 1, we will find that Paul had a his­to­ry of being busy per­se­cut­ing the fol­low­ers of Jesus in Jerusalem and drag­ging them from their homes to be tor­tured, killed or con­vert­ed; when sud­den­ly one day he decid­ed to branch out and per­se­cute them in Dam­as­cus. For this rea­son, he goes to the High Priest ask­ing for let­ters sanc­tion­ing such actions in Dam­as­cus. Why he would do this since the High Priest of Jerusalem had no author­i­ty over Dam­as­cus remains a mys­tery to many, how­ev­er, let us con­tin­ue.

Acts 9:19–29
19 And when he [Paul] had received meat, he was strength­ened. Then was Saul [Paul] cer­tain days with the dis­ci­ples which were at Dam­as­cus.
20 And straight­way he preached Christ in the syn­a­gogues, that he is the Son of God.
21 But all that heard him were amazed, and said; Is not this he that destroyed them which called on this name in Jerusalem, and came hith­er for that intent, that he might bring them bound unto the chief priests?
22 But Saul increased the more in strength, and con­found­ed the Jews which dwelt at Dam­as­cus, prov­ing that this is very Christ.
23 And after that many days were ful­filled, the Jews took coun­sel to kill him:
24 But their lay­ing await was known of Saul. And they watched the gates day and night to kill him.
25 Then the dis­ci­ples took him by night, and let him down by the wall in a bas­ket.
26 And when Saul came to Jerusalem, he assayed to join him­self to the dis­ci­ples: but they were all afraid of him, and believed not that he was a dis­ci­ple.
27 But Barn­abas took him, and brought him to the apos­tles, and declared unto them how he had seen the Lord in the way and that he had spo­ken to him, and how he had preached bold­ly at Dam­as­cus in the name of Jesus.
28And he was with them com­ing in and going out at Jerusalem. And he spake bold­ly in the name of the Lord Jesus,
29 and dis­put­ed against the Gre­cians: but they went about to slay him.

Short­ly after set­ting out to con­tin­ue his work in Dam­as­cus, Paul is sup­posed to have “seen the Lord in the way” and accept­ed Chris­tian­i­ty after being a staunch ene­my of Chris­tians and hav­ing become famous for his severe per­se­cu­tion of them. Barn­abas (one of the apos­tles of Jesus) then sup­pos­ed­ly vouched for him with the oth­er apos­tles and con­vinced them to accept him. Paul then went with all of the apos­tles on a preach­ing cam­paign in and out of Jerusalem and all of Judea preach­ing bold­ly to it’s peo­ple. Paul then appoint­ed him­self the twelfth apos­tle of Jesus (in place of Judas who had the dev­il in him) as seen in his own books (Romans 1:1, 1 Corinthi­ans 1:1, etc.)

  1. Where­upon, O king Agrip­pa, I was not dis­obe­di­ent unto the heav­en­ly vision: But shewed first unto them of Dam­as­cus, and at Jerusalem, and through­out all the coasts of Judaea, and then to the Gen­tiles, that they should repent and turn to God, and do works meet for repen­tance. For these caus­es, the Jews caught me in the tem­ple, and went about to kill me.” []

A Thorn In His Flesh, Messenger Of Satan

thorn in his flesh

Satan has made Chris­tians believe this life to be lived freely with­out any account­abil­i­ty of sins where­as God sent His Mes­sen­gers with scrip­tures to believe in one God and to wor­ship him by accept­ing his guide­lines and com­mand­ments and to expect his mer­cy and for­give­ness to reward us the heav­ens for our strug­gle.

Chris­tian­i­ty is with­out a doubt the biggest lie upheld by lazy peo­ple who refuse to uphold the law of Moses, although Jesus said that he did not come to destroy the Law, but to ful­fil it. Paul and the Church are sole­ly respon­si­ble for chang­ing Chris­tian­i­ty into a per­son­al­i­ty cult.

The Ful­fil­ment of the Law
17 “Do not think that I have come to abol­ish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abol­ish them but to ful­fil them.
18 For tru­ly I tell you, until heav­en and earth dis­ap­pear, not the small­est let­ter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means dis­ap­pear from the Law until every­thing is accom­plished.
19 There­fore any­one who sets aside one of the least of these com­mands and teach­es oth­ers accord­ing­ly will be called least in the king­dom of heav­en, but who­ev­er prac­tis­es and teach­es these com­mands will be called great in the king­dom of heav­en.
20 For I tell you that unless your right­eous­ness sur­pass­es that of the Phar­isees and the teach­ers of the law, you will cer­tain­ly not enter the king­dom of heav­en.

19 There­fore any­one who sets aside one of the least of these com­mands and teach­es oth­ers accord­ing­ly will be called least in the king­dom of heav­en.


Hebrews 6

6 There­fore let us leave the ele­men­tary doc­trine of Christ and go on to matu­ri­ty, not lay­ing again a foun­da­tion of repen­tance from dead works and of faith toward God

There­fore, in order to keep me from becom­ing con­ceit­ed, I was giv­en a thorn in my flesh, a mes­sen­ger of Satan, to tor­ment me. Three times I plead­ed with the Lord to take it away from me. But he said to me, “My grace is suf­fi­cient for you, for my pow­er is made per­fect in weak­ness. ” There­fore I will boast all the more glad­ly about my weak­ness­es, so that Christ’s pow­er may rest on me. – 2 Corinthi­ans 12:7–9.

After the ALLEGED cru­ci­fix­ion, the dif­fer­ent opin­ions about the con­di­tion of Jesus. Some regard the death on the cross. This belief is desired by Jew­ish rab­bis and Mus­lims who reject Jesus . And some are of the opin­ion that Jesus ( peace be upon him ) has not died , but God save him as in said in the Qur’an , Surah An-Nisa verse 157 .

What kind of devel­op­ment peo­ple after the death of Jesus?

Jew­ish Torn

Jews were divid­ed into three groups:

    First: the Jews who believe in the mis­sion of Jesus and then become a fol­low­er of Jesus. They are called Chris­tians and among them, there are faith­ful dis­ci­ples men­tioned in the Qur’an as Hawariyyun ( Surah As- Shaff : 14 ) . In the writ­ings of his­to­ri­ans, this group is referred to as Judeo — Chris­tian­i­ty / Jew­ish — Chris­t­ian .

    Sec­ond: the Jews who were hos­tile to Jesus and his fol­low­ers . They are fol­low­ers of the Jew­ish rab­bis . They are the ones when Pilate gave the choice between Jesus and Barab­bas , then they pre­fer Barab­bas to be released instead of Jesus . May­or

    Matthew 27:21–22 coun­try answered and said to them : “Which of the two do you want me to release it to you ? ” And they said, ” Barab­bas . ” Pilate said to them : ” If so , what should I do with Jesus who is called Christ ? ” They all said, ” Cru­ci­fy him ! ”

    Third: the peo­ple who are not the chil­dren of Israel and they also do not embrace Judaism. They are referred to as the Goyy­im / Gen­tile. Gen­er­al­ly, these peo­ple are from Rome and oth­er areas. They w orshipped many idols or gods so-called pagans.

Paul Identity

In its devel­op­ment appears a man named Paul. It was he who changed the belief that Jesus brought a new face that is total­ly dif­fer­ent from the orig­i­nal con­vic­tion . The irony is this belief that is fol­lowed up to this moment by Chris­tians world­wide .

His real name is Saul , born in Tar­sus ( Turkey ) approx­i­mate­ly 2 years before Christ . Because Jesus was born about the year 6 BC , Paul aged approx­i­mate­ly 8 years younger than Jesus. Paul’s father came from the tribe of Ben­jamin, one of the 12 eth­nic tribes of the Israelites . It was in the city of Tar­sus there is a Greek col­lege , a few tem­ple gods , build­ings com­e­dy, and oth­er enter­tain­ment venues are high­ly favored by the Greeks . Since Paul was very inter­est­ed in the young of cul­ture , espe­cial­ly Greek phi­los­o­phy. In his col­lect­ed two influ­ences , the law and Greek phi­los­o­phy .


Paul also stud­ied for­mal­ly at Gamalil , a very famous Jew­ish schol­ars in Jerusalem.

Inter­sec­tion influ­ence of Greek phi­los­o­phy on Judaism in the time it was a com­mon thing . Flow of Greek phi­los­o­phy very influ­en­tial when it is con­sid­ered pan­the­is­tic Sto­ic flow of God and a crea­ture of the same unit just dif­fer­ent in sub­stance and form visions . Mix­ing between the teach­ings of Sto­ic phi­los­o­phy with the teach­ings of Judaism are Jew­ish philoso­pher Phi­lo on. He regard­ed the Logos of the Sto­ics as a sort of supreme angel aka Holy Spir­it . Phi­lo lived dur­ing the life of Jesus and Paul. Paul was not a man of Beth­le­hem ( the home­town of Jesus ) or the Nazarene sect / Nazorite nor the peo­ple of Jerusalem . He nev­er asso­ci­at­ed with envi­ron­men­tal Jesus . He was not a dis­ci­ple of Jesus , nor his fol­low­ers also . Paul not­ed Bib­li­cal fact alone is the ene­my of the fol­low­ers of Jesus and he acts very cru­el to them . Paul nev­er mar­ried until her death due to her phys­i­cal con­di­tion defects ( club­foot leg , eye defect side , mangy bald ) .

Paul as Intrud­ers

The apos­tle Paul declared him­self as Jesus . He met the dis­ci­ples of Jesus , to know the strengths , weak­ness­es and strengths influ­ence . He start­ed a plan to spread his mes­sage to the Gen­tiles .

Feel­ing make progress, he devot­ed all his abil­i­ty and made ??inroads in large num­bers . He put the ideas of Greek phi­los­o­phy into the obtain­ment of the teach­ings of Jesus dis­ci­ples.

Teach­ings of Jesus is spe­cif­ic only to the chil­dren of Israel , it is men­tioned in the Qur’an,

And ( remem­ber ) when Jesus son Mary said : ” O Chil­dren of Israel , ver­i­ly I am the mes­sen­ger of Allah unto you , con­firm­ing the book before me , name­ly the Torah , and gave hap­py news with ( the com­ing of ) an Apos­tle who will come after me , whose name is Ahmad ( Muham­mad ). ” And when the mes­sen­gers came to them with tan­gi­ble evi­dence, they said : ” This is the real mag­ic. ” (Surah As- Shaff :6) .

And also men­tioned in the Bible is clear that Jesus’ mis­sion only to the chil­dren of Israel ( Matthew 10:5–6 ) , the twelve dis­ci­ples were sent by Jesus and He advised them :

Do not stray to oth­er nations or to enter the city of the Samar­i­tans , but rather go to the lost sheep of the house of Israel .

Greek cul­ture is very influ­en­tial in the wider com­mu­ni­ty of Judea at the time, which is now Pales­tine . The entry of the Roman invaders brought cul­ture . In addi­tion to col­o­nize , to rob the peo­ple and nat­ur­al resources , they also spread their ide­ol­o­gy to the Jew­ish com­mu­ni­ty that is pan­the­ism .

If we ever watch a movie series Her­cules , that’s where the pic­ture of the teach­ings of pan­the­ism . Teach­ings on the wor­ship of many gods . Some are called to Zeus , supreme god , the father of all the gods . There Hera , wife of Zeus , the god of war Ares , god Aprodite beau­ty , and many oth­ers . What is inter­est­ing here , Zeus mar­ried the woman of the earth and gave birth to a boy who is super strong , named Her­cules . And he is regard­ed as the sav­ior of mankind .

Why is it called attrac­tive , per­son­al­ized Her­cules fig­ure is very sim­i­lar to Jesus who is also regard­ed as the sav­ior of mankind . Indeed, the com­ing of Jesus is to save the human race but not as a liv­ing god among men as well as Her­cules . Prophet Jesus as only a man , a mes­sen­ger of God , a prophet , a sign­post on the truth that God approves . Well this false teach­ing that Jesus is God as well as Her­cules , it is dis­trib­uted by Paul . The teach­ing of Jesus is wor­shiped on the one god , monothe­ism . While Paul’s teach­ing is a form derived from the teach­ings of pan­the­ism . Paul taught the trin­i­ty , the three gods name­ly that there is God the

Father , God the Son and God the Holy Spir­it.

Here is how indeed dif­fer­ences were vir­tu­al­ly teach­ings of Paul and Jesus :

10 (ten) fun­da­men­tal dif­fer­ences in the teach­ings of Jesus and Paul :

1 . Teach­ings of Jesus : Jesus was a mes­sen­ger of God ( Jesus nev­er asked to be wor­shiped / dei­fied ) .

Jesus answered, ” I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel . ” ( Matthew 15:24).

And this is life eter­nal, that they might know thee the only true God , and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent . ( John 17:3 ) , ( John 11:42 ). I (Jesus) say to you, a ser­vant is not supe­ri­or to his mas­ter, or a mes­sen­ger of the one who sent him . I tell you :

Sure­ly who­ev­er accepts the one sent me , he receives Me , and who­ev­er receives me , receives him ( the Father ) who sent me . ( John 13:16,20 ) .

You have heard , that I ( Jesus ) have told you that I go away , but I come back to you . Had you love Me , you would rejoice because I go to my Father , for the Father is greater than I am. ( John 14:28 ) .

Paul’s teach­ing : Jesus is Lord .

But for us there is one God, the Father, from whom are all things and for whom we exist , and one Lord , Jesus Christ , through whom are all things and through whom we live . ( 1 Corinthi­ans 8:6 ) .

That if you con­fess with your mouth that Jesus is God , and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead , thou shalt be saved . ( Romans 10:9 ).

Paul is try­ing to indoc­tri­nate oth­ers that just by believ­ing Jesus as Lord and believe Jesus rose from the dead , then he will be saved . In Paul’s teach­ing / Chris­t­ian , Jesus is pro­mot­ed as God than with God / Father .

Com­pare the state­ments of Jesus which fur­ther accen­tu­ates the God / Father as the one God .

2 . Teach­ings of Jesus : not nul­li­fy the law , even the law con­tin­ue .

” Do not think that I ( Jesus ) have come to abol­ish the Law or the Prophets . I am not come to destroy , but to ful­fill . ( Matthew 5:17 ) .

Because I tell you the truth, until heav­en and earth pass, one jot or one title shall in no wise pass from the law , till all be ful­filled . ( Matthew 5:18) .

There­fore, who­ev­er breaks one com­mand­ment once — was the small­est , and thus teach it to oth­ers , he will occu­py the low­est place in the king­dom of heav­en ; but who does and teach­es all the com­mand­ments of the law , he will occu­py a high place in the king­dom of heav­en . ( Matthew 5:19) , ( Matthew 5:20) .

Law is part of the teach­ings of Jesus that must be imple­ment­ed by the peo­ple.

Paul’s teach­ing : Chris­tians con­demn the law .

You know , that man is not jus­ti­fied by observ­ing the law , but through faith in Christ Jesus. There­fore we — also have believed in Christ Jesus , that we might be jus­ti­fied by faith in Christ and not by observ­ing the law . Because : “no one will be jus­ti­fied ” by works of the law . ( Gala­tians 2:16 ) , ( Gala­tians 3:24–25 ) , ( Gala­tians 5:4 ) , ( Romans 3:27–28 ) and ( Eph­esians 2:15) .

3 . Teach­ings of Jesus : Male cir­cum­ci­sion should

And when the eight days and he had to be cir­cum­cised , he was named Jesus , the name called by the angel before he was con­ceived his moth­er . ( Luke 2:21) .

This is my covenant , which ye shall hold , the agree­ment between me and you and thy seed, which every male among you shall be cir­cum­cised ; cir­cum­ci­sion skin should be cut off and that will be a sign between me and you . ( Gen­e­sis 17:10–11 ) .

Child who is eight days old shall be cir­cum­cised , every male that is among you , from gen­er­a­tion to gen­er­a­tion : whether born in your house , or bought with mon­ey of any stranger, but does not include descen­dants . ( Gen­e­sis 17:12 ) , ( Gen­e­sis 17:13) , ( Gen­e­sis 17:14) , ( Gen­e­sis 21:4 ) .

Paul’s teach­ing : Chris­tians do not require cir­cum­ci­sion

Because for those who are in Christ Jesus nei­ther cir­cum­ci­sion nor uncir­cum­ci­sion it has no mean­ing some­thing , just faith that works by love . ( Gala­tians 5:6 ) .

Cir­cum­ci­sion is noth­ing and uncir­cum­ci­sion is noth­ing . The impor­tant thing is to obey the laws of God . ( 1 Corinthi­ans 7:19) .

4 . Teach­ings of Jesus : There is no inher­it­ed sin .

When Jesus saw this , he was indig­nant and said to them : ” Let the chil­dren come to me , do not hin­der them , for the peo­ple who like that is the king­dom of God . ( Mark 10:14 ) .

The per­son who sins , it shall die . Chil­dren will not share in the guilt of the father and the father would not share in the guilt of his son. The right­eous shall be upon him the truth , and the wicked­ness of the wicked shall be upon him . ( Ezekiel 18:20 ) .

Paul’s teach­ing : Each per­son inher­its the sin of Adam

There­fore, just as sin entered into the world by a sin­gle per­son ( Adam ) , and death through sin , and thus death spread to all men , because all sinned . ( Romans 5:12 ) .

NB : Because of the orig­i­nal sin of Adam , accord­ing to Paul , cru­ci­fied Jesus sup­pos­ed­ly to atone for the sins of man.

5 . Teach­ings of Jesus : Fast­ing , per­form ablu­tion , teach­es pros­trate and pray while pros­trat­ing . But when you fast , oiled your head and wash your face ( Matthew 6:17) .

Moses and Aaron and his sons washed their hands and feet with water from it . When they went into the tent of meet­ing , and when they come near to the altar , they washed the feet and hands , as the Lord com­mand­ed Moses . ( Exo­dus 40:31–32 ) .

Then He ( Jesus ) went a lit­tle far­ther , then bowed down and prayed , say­ing, ” O my Father, if it be pos­si­ble , let this cup pass from me , but not as I delight , but as thou wilt . ” ( Matthew 26:39 ) , ( Num­bers 20:6 ) , ( Gen­e­sis 17:2–3 ) .

Paul’s teach­ing : singing in church .

And speak­ing to one anoth­er in psalms , hymns of praise and hymns. Singing and mak­ing melody to the Lord with all your heart . ( Eph­esians 5:19 ) .

Let the word of Christ rich­ly dwell among you , so that you with all wis­dom teach­ing and admon­ish­ing one anoth­er and singing psalms and hymns and spir­i­tu­al songs , you thank God in your heart . ( Colos­sians 3:16 ) .

6 . Teach­ings of Jesus : pro­hib­it lux­u­ry liv­ing in the world .

Do not lay up trea­sures on earth , where moth and rust earth destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But for your­selves trea­sures in heav­en, where moth and rust do not destroy, and where thieves do not break in and steal . ( Matthew 6:19–20 ) .

Teach­ings of Paul : No ban on lux­u­ry liv­ing in the Chris­t­ian teach­ing . ” Peo­ple who steals must steal it again , but let him work hard and do a good job with his own hands , so that he can dis­trib­ute to those in need . ” ( Eph­esians 4:28 ) .

7 . Teach­ings of Jesus : dead wrapped in a shroud .

And Joseph also took the body, gives shroud with a clean linen cloth , ( Matthew 27:59 ).

They took the body of Jesus , gives shroud and wrapped it in linen clothes with the spices, as the man­ner of the Jews is to bury . ( John 19:40) .

Paul’s teach­ing : death was giv­en clothes neat­ly and wrapped cof­fin

8 . Teach­ings of Jesus : do not can­cel ston­ing .

In the law Moses com­mand­ed us to stone such women . What then do you ( Jesus ) about it ? ” ( John 8:5 ) .

And when they con­stant­ly ask Him ( Jesus ) , he got stood up and said to them : ” Who­ev­er among you with­out sin , let him throw the first stone at her. ” ( John 8:7 ) .

Paul’s teach­ing : There is no men­tion of ston­ing in Chris­tian­i­ty .

Chris­tian­i­ty rejects ston­ing , because he is part of the law . Refer back to Paul’s state­ment in Gala­tians 2:16 ( point 2 above ) .

9 . Teach­ings of Jesus : Apply­ing the law of Qisas

You have heard that it was said, An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth . ( Matthew 5:38 ).

eye for an eye , tooth for tooth , hand for hand , foot for foot ( Exo­dus 21:24) .

replace bro­ken frac­ture , eye for eye , tooth for tooth ; like oth­ers made ?? blame­less , that should be made to him . ( Leviti­cus 24:20 ) .

Thou shalt not pity him , because the effect : the life for life , eye for eye , tooth for tooth , hand for hand , foot for foot . ” ( Deuteron­o­my 19:21 ) .

Paul’s teach­ing : Can­celling Qisas law , plunges into slav­ery .

But I tell you : Do not fight the per­son harm­ing you , but who­ev­er slaps you on your right cheek , turn to him the left cheek . And if any man will sue you and take your tunic , give your cloak as well . And who­ev­er com­pels you to go one mile, go with him two miles .

Give to the one who asks you , and do not reject the per­son who wants to bor­row from you . ( Matthew 5:39–42 ) .

10 . Jesus did not cre­ate a new reli­gion and Paul who cre­at­ed Chris­tian­i­ty

Refer back to Jesus state­ment in Matthew 5:17–20 ( Item 2 above ) .

»> How­ev­er , Chris­tian­i­ty is a new reli­gion that was born after the attempt­ed cru­ci­fix­ion of Jesus .

»> ” They lived togeth­er with the church for an entire year , and taught much peo­ple . In Anti­och the dis­ci­ples were first called Chris­t­ian.” ( Acts 11:26 ) .

»> Well , it is increas­ing­ly clear . that Chris­tians today are not fol­low­ers of the teach­ings of Jesus , but fol­low­ers of the teach­ings of Paul . They are not Chris­tians but are more prop­er­ly called Chris­t­ian.

Proverbs 21v3 To do right­eous­ness and jus­tice, is more ACCEPTABLE TO THE LORD THAN SACRIFICE. There was no need for Jesus to be sac­ri­ficed for the sins of human­i­ty just because of Orig­i­nal Sin because Bible states that the father is not respon­si­ble for the sins of the son and vice ver­sa, so why is Jesus respon­si­ble for the sins of human­i­ty? Redemp­tion through his BLOOD is a Pagan Belief. Matt. 5:20 and Math­ew 19:17 states that redemp­tion is only pos­si­ble by fol­low­ing the com­mand­ments, which is in line with Islam. Redemp­tion through sac­ri­fice and blood is Paul’s teach­ings, which is against Jesus’s teach­ings.

Paul: A Liar And Charlatan

In the pre­vi­ous chap­ters, we have out­lined the ori­gins of Paul and how he rose to promi­nence as the founder of the reli­gion which is today known as Chris­tian­i­ty. Hav­ing estab­lished that Paul was nev­er acquaint­ed with the orig­i­nal teach­ings of Jesus (PBUH), we aim to demon­strate that this liar nev­er was inspired by the Holy Spir­it.

Let us now take a look at what Paul was report­ed to have said:

1 Corinthi­ans 7:25–28
25 Now about vir­gins: I have no com­mand from the Lord, but I give a judg­ment as one who by the Lord’s mer­cy is trust­wor­thy.
26 Because of the present cri­sis, I think that it is good for you to remain as you are.
27 Are you mar­ried? Do not seek a divorce. Are you unmar­ried? Do not look for a wife.
28 But if you do mar­ry, you have not sinned; and if a vir­gin mar­ries, she has not sinned. But those who mar­ry will face many trou­bles in this life, and I want to spare you this.

There are a few impor­tant points to be men­tioned here:

  • Paul nev­er met Jesus in per­son while Jesus was on earth. Paul became a “prophet” by claim­ing that Jesus appeared to him on his way to Dam­as­cus.
  • The Jew­ish Law allows for a man to divorce his wife if she is not pleas­ing to him.
  • Paul was a Jew, and from his writ­ings, he seemed to be very knowl­edge­able about the Jew­ish Law.
  • Paul, who had nev­er met Jesus, was obvi­ous­ly unaware of the fact that Jesus for­bade divorce between the hus­band and the wife, except in the case of adul­tery.

Paul’s words in 1 Corinthi­ans 7:27 exposed him to be a liar, because if the Holy Spir­it was tru­ly inspir­ing him, then he would not have uttered such state­ment! Paul, the Jew, was talk­ing about divorce in gen­er­al. Yes, the Jew­ish Law allows divorce between ordi­nary cou­ples, but Jesus had for­bid­den it.

In Chris­tian­i­ty, a divorce between ordi­nary cou­ples (when nei­ther one of them com­mit­ted any major sin against the oth­er) is strict­ly for­bid­den, and Paul’s gen­er­al advice for his fol­low­ers to not seek a divorce makes it clear that he was igno­rant of what Jesus had taught. The Holy Spir­it would have inspired Paul to speak only about those whose spous­es had cheat­ed on them to not get divorced from them, which we have no idea how this would have helped his fol­low­ers.

Paul, in fact, was speak­ing in gen­er­al terms, which can be sum­marised as:

  • Are you mar­ried? Do not seek a divorce.
  • Are you unmar­ried? Do not look for a wife.

Paul was clear­ly not speak­ing about adul­tery here. The two parts of 1 Corinthi­ans 7:27, when put togeth­er, are clear­ly speak­ing in gen­er­al terms and to all peo­ple in gen­er­al. What man or woman can live with an adul­ter­ous spouse? And why should they not divorce when Jesus allowed them to do so?

Let us look at what Jesus said:

Matthew 5
31 It has been said, ‘Any­one who divorces his wife must give her a cer­tifi­cate of divorce.’
32 But I tell you that any­one who divorces his wife, except for mar­i­tal unfaith­ful­ness, caus­es her to become an adul­ter­ess, and any­one who mar­ries the divorced woman com­mits adul­tery.

There is no ques­tion that Paul was unaware of this law by Jesus, and if he tru­ly was inspired by the Holy Spir­it, then the lat­ter would not have deceived him like that.

Paul was a liar and a char­la­tan who claimed to be a “prophet” sent from God Almighty, that he was inspired by the Holy Spir­it. Clear­ly, the only spir­it that inspired him was none oth­er than the spir­it of Satan.

Did Paul Have Homosexual Urges?

In the book of Acts, we are informed that Paul had Tim­o­thy cir­cum­cised:

Acts 16:3
1 And he came also to Derbe and to Lystra: and behold, a cer­tain dis­ci­ple was there, named Tim­o­thy, the son of a Jew­ess that believed; but his father was a Greek.
2 The same was well report­ed of by the brethren that were at Lystra and Ico­ni­um.
3 Him would Paul have to go forth with him; and he took and cir­cum­cised him because of the Jews that were in those parts: for they all knew that his father was a Greek.

Paul cir­cum­cised Tim­o­thy because he was fac­ing stiff oppo­si­tion from the Jews. Thus, in order to avoid get­ting into more trou­ble Paul had Tim­o­thy cir­cum­cised, even though Timothy’s father hap­pened to be a Greek Gen­tile. But why was the cir­cum­ci­sion debate impor­tant for the Jews whom Paul want­ed to paci­fy?

To some Gen­tile read­ers, this cir­cum­ci­sion debate might seem periph­er­al. Some men are cir­cum­cised, oth­ers not — so what? In order to see the rev­o­lu­tion that Paul was effect­ing with­in Jew­ish cir­cles (or satel­lites) we turn to the old rab­binic texts. The rab­bis con­sid­ered cir­cum­ci­sion so impor­tant that they declared 6 that were it not for the blood of the covenant — that is to say, the blood which flowed from Abraham’s penis when, at God’s insis­tence, he cir­cum­cised him­self — heav­en and earth would not exist. The teach­ing of Judaism was that a child must still shed the blood of a covenant — even if he is born with­out a fore­skin, and even if for some med­ical or oth­er rea­son he is cir­cum­cised before the mys­ti­cal eighth day. Even the angels are cir­cum­cised.

Con­verts to Judaism in the Roman peri­od had to under­go cir­cum­ci­sion. Strange­ly enough, in Pales­tine rules were more lib­er­al than in the Dias­po­ra, and there were Pros­e­lytes of the Gate, as they were known, who were allowed to ‘become Jews’ with­out cir­cum­ci­sion. But such was not the gen­er­al rule. It was wide­ly believed that the admis­sion of uncir­cum­cised men into Jew­ish reli­gious wor­ship ‘imped­ed the arrival of the Mes­si­ah’. While ‘semi-con­verts’ were allowed, those who observed the Sab­bath and the dietary laws, they were to be regard­ed as hea­thens if after a twelve-month peri­od they had not under­gone cir­cum­ci­sion. These strin­gent rules did not deter con­verts.1

So now we need to ask, how was cir­cum­ci­sion prac­tised then? What was the method used in those days to cir­cum­cise some­one? A. N. Wil­son fur­ther explains that:

By Roman times, cir­cum­ci­sion was done with a met­al knife, and, if we believe that Paul did insist on Tim­o­thy under­go­ing cir­cum­ci­sion, it is per­haps worth remind­ing our­selves of the three essen­tial parts of the rit­u­al, with­out which it is not com­plete. The first part is milah, the cut­ting away of the out­er part of the fore­skin. The is done with one sweep of the knife. The sec­ond part, peri­ah, is the tear­ing of the inner lin­ing of the fore­skin which still adheres to the gland, so as to lay it whol­ly bare. This was (and is) done by the oper­a­tor — the mohel, the pro­fes­sion­al cir­cum­cis­er — with his thumb-nail and index fin­ger. The third and essen­tial part of the rit­u­al is mesisah, the suck­ing of blood from the wound. Since the nine­teenth cen­tu­ry, it has been per­mis­si­ble to fin­ish this part of the rit­u­al with a swab, but in all pre­ced­ing cen­turies and cer­tain­ly in the time of Paul it was nec­es­sary for the mohel to clean the wound by tak­ing the penis into his mouth. In the case of a young adult male such as Tim­o­thy the bleed­ing would have been copi­ous. We can eas­i­ly imag­ine why Paul’s Gen­tile con­verts were unwill­ing to under­go the rit­u­al; and, giv­en the more lib­er­al atti­tudes towards the Torah which had already begun to emerge among the Hel­lenists of Syr­i­an Anti­och, it is not sur­pris­ing that the cus­tom of cir­cum­ci­sion should have start­ed to wane. It took the extrem­ism of Paul to think that the knife of cir­cum­ci­sion would actu­al­ly ‘cut you off from Christ’. 2

In oth­er words, Paul had to take the penis of Tim­o­thy in his mouth in order to cir­cum­cise him! Note also how strong­ly Paul oppos­es cir­cum­ci­sion else­where in the New Tes­ta­ment:

Gala­tians 5:2–6
2 Behold, I Paul say unto you, that, if ye receive cir­cum­ci­sion, Christ will prof­it you noth­ing.
3 Yea, I tes­ti­fy again to every man that receiveth cir­cum­ci­sion, that he is a debtor to do the whole law.
4 Ye are sev­ered from Christ, ye would be jus­ti­fied by the law; ye are fall­en away from grace.
5 For we through the Spir­it by faith wait for the hope of right­eous­ness.
6 For in Christ Jesus nei­ther cir­cum­ci­sion availeth any­thing, nor uncir­cum­ci­sion; but faith work­ing through love.

How­ev­er, when it came to sav­ing him­self from some trou­ble, Paul imme­di­ate­ly had Tim­o­thy cir­cum­cised so that the Jews would not both­er him any fur­ther. Since we are aware of Paul’s intense oppo­si­tion to cir­cum­ci­sion no mat­ter what the rea­sons are, sure­ly his cir­cum­ci­sion of Tim­o­thy indi­cates the hid­den homo­sex­u­al desires that he wished to ful­fill at least once in his life­time? He prob­a­bly had a deep desire to take a penis into his mouth, so when an oppor­tu­ni­ty comes along, he decid­ed to avail it. Hence he now has a good excuse to take a penis into his mouth and no one could object to that.

One can­not claim that some­one oth­er than Paul had cir­cum­cised Tim­o­thy, because it is clear­ly stat­ed that it was Paul who had cir­cum­cised him. There was no press­ing need for Paul to cir­cum­cise Tim­o­thy if indeed he was staunch­ly opposed to the prac­tice, as relat­ed in the account in Gala­tians. But that he did went ahead and con­duct­ed the cir­cum­ci­sion gives us a rea­son to pause, as it sug­gests that he had homo­sex­u­al urges.

Now it is our turn to say:

What­ev­er inter­pre­ta­tion Chris­tians may have giv­en to Paul’s action lat­er on (whether cor­rect­ly or incor­rect­ly), the fact that Paul would put the penis of an adult man in his mouth is shame­ful and dis­gust­ing to say the least.

Please note that if such a tra­di­tion was locat­ed with­in any Islam­ic lit­er­a­ture or in the Qur’an, and if it is required to take the pri­vate organ with one’s mouth, the above is pre­cise­ly the type of argu­ment the Chris­t­ian mis­sion­ar­ies would have vig­or­ous­ly point­ed out in order to demonise Mus­lims and their reli­gion. Hence the above para­graph is in real­i­ty the out­come if one hap­pens to think like a per­vert as the Chris­t­ian mis­sion­ar­ies obvi­ous­ly are.

  1. A. N. Wil­son, Paul The Mind Of The Apos­tle, (Pim­li­co, 1998), p. 128 []
  2. Ibid., p. 131 []

Appendix A: “O Christ-Worshippers!”

Ibn al-Qayy­im al-Jauziyyah was a promi­nent Mus­lim jurist dur­ing Islam’s Gold­en Age. Apart from his juris­dis­tic prowess, he was also com­pe­tent in com­pos­ing qasi­dah (Ara­bic poet­ry). Among his more famous works was the qasi­dah enti­tled A’obbad al-Maseeh Fi Naqd al-Nas­raniyyah (O Christ-Wor­ship­pers! In Refut­ing Chris­tian­i­ty). This qasi­dah is well-known in the Mus­lim world and has even been turned into a song.

The fol­low­ing is the Eng­lish trans­la­tion of the poet­ry from the Ara­bic orig­i­nal.

O Christ-wor­ship­pers! We want an answer to our ques­tion [from your wise ones],
If the Lord was mur­dered by some people’s actions, what kind of god is this?
We won­der! Was He pleased by what they did to Him?
If yes, blessed be they, they achieved His plea­sure,
But if He was dis­con­tent­ed, this means their pow­er has sub­ju­gat­ed Him!

Was the whole enti­ty left with­out a Sus­tain­er, so who answered the prayers?
Were the heav­ens vacat­ed, when He laid under the ground some­where?
Were all the worlds left with­out a God, to man­age while His hands were nailed?
Why did not the angels help Him, when they heard him while he wailed?

How could the rods stand to bear the True Lord when He was fas­tened,
How could the irons reached Him and [had] His body pinned?
How could His ene­mies’ hands touch Him and slap His rear,
And was Christ revived by him­self, or was the Reviv­er anoth­er god?

What a sight it was, a grave that enclosed a god,
Stranger still is the bel­ly that con­fined Him!
He stayed there for nine months in utter dark­ness, fed by blood!
Then he got out of the womb as a small baby,
Weak and gasp­ing to be breast­fed!
He ate and drank, and did what that nat­u­ral­ly result­ed1,
Is this [what you call] a god?
High Exalt­ed be Allah above the lies of Chris­tians,
All of them will be held account­able for their libels!

O Cross-wor­ship­pers! For what rea­son is this exalt­ed
And blame [is cast upon those] who reject it?
Is it not log­i­cal to break and burn it, along with the one who inno­vat­ed it?2
Since the Lord was cru­ci­fied on it, and his hands were fas­tened to it?
That is real­ly a cursed cross to car­ry,
So dis­card it, do not kiss it!3

The Lord was abused on it, and you adore it?
So [it is clear that] you are one of His ene­mies!
If you extol it because it car­ried the Lord of the Worlds,
Why don’t you pros­trate your­self and wor­ship graves,
Since the grave con­tained your god in it?4

So Christ-wor­ship­per, open your eyes,
This is what the mat­ter is all about.

  1. Uri­na­tion and defe­ca­tion. []
  2. Paul of Tar­sus, founder of the Trini­tar­i­an faith. []
  3. i.e., don’t glo­ri­fy it. []
  4. i.e., since some­one who is a Chris­t­ian abhors the idea of wor­ship­ping a grave, how is it pos­si­ble for them to wor­ship the cross? []

Appendix B: Graphical Summary Of Paul