C  H  R  I  S  T  I  A  N  I  T  Y 
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Part Two

Mohd Amin Yaacob








The Authenticity Of The Bible

10.1   The Word “Bible” Is Not Given By God

10.2   The Books Of The Bible

10.3   The Original Gospel Or Injil Of Jesus No Longer Exist

10.4   Different Version Of The “One Bible Claim”    

10.5       Martin Luther Rejected Part Of The Present Books Of The New Testament

10.6   Prophet Moses Didn’t Wrote The Christian “Torah” Or “Taurat"

10.7   The Canon Of The Christian Bible Was Completed Four Hundred Years After Jesus

10.8   The New Testament Books Were Not Written By The Apostles Whose Name They Bear

10.9   The Church Fathers Rejected Some Of The Present New Testament Books

10.10 The Inspiration Of The Holy Spirit








10.10         The Inspiration Of The Holy Spirit  


Concerning the transmission of the Christian Bible, the Catechism of the Catholic Church states that:


“For Holy Mother Church, relying on the faith of the apostolic age, accepts as sacred and canonical the books of the Old Testament and the New Testaments, whole and entire, with all their parts, on the grounds that, written under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, they have God as their author, and have been handed on as such to the Church herself.”[1] 


Based on the above Catechism of the Catholic Church, did The Holy Spirit Inspire filthy story in the Book of God? Ahmeed Deedat, the great Muslim debater commented on this matter by saying:


“The Christian propagandist is very fond of quoting the following verse as proof that his Bible is the Word of God:


 “All Scripture IS given by Inspiration of God, and Is profitable for doctrine, for reprove, for correction, for instruction in righteousness” (2 Timothy 3:16—AV by Scofield)


We will not quibble with words, Muslims and Christians are agreed that whatever emanates from God, whether through inspiration or by revelation, must serve one of the four purposes: It must either teach us Doctrine, Reprove us for our error, Offer us Correction and Guide us into Righteousness…I have been asking learned men of Christianity for the past forty years, whether they can supply a fifth “peg” to hang the Word of God on. They have failed signally. That does not mean that I have improved upon their performance. Let us examine the “Holy Bible” with this objective test:


The Old Testament Book of Ezekial, The Story of Two Adulterous Sisters:


The word of the Lord came to me: son of man, there were two women, daughters of the same mother. They become prostitutes in Egypt, engaging in prostitution from their youth. In that land their breasts were fondled and their virgin bosoms caressed. The older was named Oholah, and her sister Oholibah. There were mine and gave birth to sons and daughters. Oholah is Samaria, and Oholibah is Jerusalem. Oholah engaged in prostitution while she was still mine; and she lusted after her lovers…when during her youth men slept with her, caressed her virgin bosom…they stripped her naked. She carried her prostitution openly and exposed her nakedness…There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like those of horses. So you longed for the lewdness of your youth, when in Egypt your bosom was caressed and your young breast fondled. (Ezekial 23:1-18, NIV)


Under what category will the Christians place ‘this honor’ in the Book of God? Where does it fit? Is it…Your?


1.                 Doctrine?

2.                 Reprove?

3.                 Correction? Or

4.                 Instruction Into Righteousness?


Ask him who comes and knocks at your door—that professional preacher, that hot-gospeller, that Bible thumper. Here he deserves a price if he can grant an explanation for the correct answer. There is none born who can justify this filth, this pornography under any of the above headings. But a heading has to be given. It can only be recorded under—Pornography…can such contention be inspired by the Holy Spirit? Certainly such “filthy” and “junkie stuff” has no place in any “Book of God”.[2]

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[1]           pg 36

[2]           Is The Bible God’s Word?, 45-51