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پادریوں کو دعوت حق

دعوتِ حق
( قُلْ إِن كَانَ لِلرَّحْمَٰنِ وَلَدٌ فَأَنَا أَوَّلُ الْعَابِدِينَ  (الزخرف81

اِن کو کہہ دے کہ اگر خُدا کا کوئی فرزند ہوتا تو مَیں سب سے پہلے اُس کی پرستش کرتا۔ 

Feet Carvings of Jesus Christ

Are These Crucifixion Scars?These remarkable footprints were found in the tomb  next to the sarcophagus. This was first reported in the letter of Maulvi Abdullah  to Mirza Ghulam Ahmad written at the end of the 19th  Century. The footprints, as indicated in the picture below  by Prof. Dr. Fida Hassnain, clearly show that the  sculptor was depicting the feet of a man who had  been wounded, and he wished to portray this in some  manner

WHY JESUS DID NOT DIE ON THE CROSS

“The standard explanations for the crucifixion of Jesus created a deep mystery of motive and consequence, raising many questions about what truly is God’s plan for our salvation.”
The crucifixion of Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) is undeniably one of the most emotionally charged and controversial events in all of religious history. It is also one of the most powerful and political, in that it laid the foundation for Christianity’s main principle of mankind’s spiritual salvation – that Jesus Christ was destined by God to die on the cross for our sins. But is this really God’s or even Jesus’ idea? The facts about what happened to Jesus 2000 years ago have been shrouded in mystery for as long as Christianity has existed as a major world religion. The commonly held views of the events of the crucifixion and the life and purpose of Jesus are well known to virtually every Christian and most others who have come in contact with Western Christian nations. But is this view, in fact, the truth? O…

Peace and salvation through the Messiah

Christianity and Islam share an acknowledgment and respect for Jesus and his mother Mary, differing only in the fact that Islam -- while accepting Christ as the messiah for the Israelites -- does not accord Jesus any form of Trinitarian divinity or godhood or physical sonship as do most forms of Christianity.




Peace and salvation: two things desperately sought by billions of human beings amidst a depressing reality of economic, social and political upheavals and what seems an unending avalanche of everything except peace and salvation. And yet, in a tantalizing divine promise of hope and redemption, all the world religions have prophesied -- and their followers fervently await -- the coming in the latter days of a divinely-appointed messiah to reform the people and usher in an era of peace and spiritual salvation.

Why crucifixion? Arguments from Bible

Why crucifixion? Jews wanted him to be killed through crucifixion, so they can prove that Jesus is not a beloved of God, rather the curst of God is on him. Jews could have killed him easily as they were in hundreds of thousands in number and very strong. If killing should had been their desire, they could have done it easily. Just like they paid thirty pieces of silver to one of his disciples, if they would have paid him more, he might he have done this service too. But they wanted him to be crucified so they can prove that he is not from God, rather he is an imposter and a fabricator. If he was from God, than God will definitely save him. May be that was the reason that Jesus was so reluctant to suffer on the cross. A killing by torture