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Author’s Note

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 is increas­ing­ly involved with their cur­rent pro­pa­gan­da, result­ing in the prob­lem of apos­ta­sy among the Mus­lim ummah unaware 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 guide 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 needs 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 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.

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.

Paul and the Church are sole­ly respon­si­ble for turn­ing the reli­gion of Christ into a per­son­al­i­ty cult, as we shall soon see.

Paul Said to Leave Jesus’ Teachings

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.1

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 has not died, but God saved 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 JBarabbas,arabbas , 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’s 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 under Gamaliel, a well-known Jew­ish schol­ar 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 the 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 ) .

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.

  1. 2 Corinthi­ans 12:7–9 []

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?

Did Paul Have Homosexual Urges? 1

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 []