Egypt Mursi “Crucifying Christians” And Journalist! Bible Prophecy!

Muslim Brotherhood President Mohammad Mursi of Egypt is now allowing crucifixions of Christians and any journalist that opposes his “Radical Islamic” beliefs. Bible Prophecy fulfilled www.paulbegleyprophecy.com and http and www.inquisitr.com Pastor Paul Begley Is upset but the “Attacks on Christians” is getting worse. Will President Obama meet with Mohammad Mursi in the White House in September of 2012?

Orthodox Christians commemorate Maundy in Jerusalem

Thousands of Greek Orthodox Christians gather together in the holy city of Jerusalem on Thursday in the Sepulchre Church to commemorate Maundy. The occasion is a traditional ceremony where a dozen clergymen have their feet washed by Greek Orthodox Patriach Theophilus III. The event took place outside in the courtyard, three days ahead of Easter. Christians believe Jesus washed the feet of his 12 disciples prior to the Last Supper before he was crucified. The highest ranking clergyman emulates the act of Jesus in washing the feet of 12 of his clergymen. Christian churches around the world commemorated Maundy on Thursday as part of the Easter Holy Week celebrations, with Orthodox ceremonies taking place one week following Latin denominations. Thousands of onlookers inside the courtyard and on nearby rooftops watched the ceremony. Many were local Palestinian Christians from the Old City along with pilgrims from all over the world. The ceremony which was held at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, is known to be the most sacred site for Christians who believe it to be the place of Christ’s crucifixion, burial and resurrection. The church was built by the Roman emperor Constantine and rebuilt by the Byzantine emperor Constantine Monomachus. It has survived fires and earthquakes. By: Nadia Mayen Al Arabiya with Agencies

News Wrap: Syrian Forces Attack Ahead of Cease-Fire Deadline

In other news Friday, Syrian forces assaulted rebellious Homs and Rastan despite a looming cease-fire deadline. Around the world, Christians marked Good Friday with observances ranging from services to re-enactments of the Crucifixion of Jesus. Also, a US Navy fighter plane crash in Virginia Beach, Va., is under investigation.

History of Christianity 1: The Apostolic Church

In this video, we take a look at the Church of the 1st century, from Pentecost in AD 29 to the death of the Apostle John in AD 100. Suggested Reading: “Lost Christianities: The Battles for Scripture and the Faiths We Never Knew” - Bart D. Ehrman “From Jesus to Christianity: How Four Generations of Visionaries & Storytellers Created the New Testament and Christian Faith” - L. Michael White “Heretics for Armchair Theologians” - Justo L. González & Catherine Gunsalus González “Early Christian Writings” - translated by Maxwell Staniforth, edited by Andrew Louth “The Story of Christianity: An Illustrated History of 2000 Years of the Christian Faith” - David Bentley Hart “Ante-Nicene Fathers, vol i: Apostolic Fathers, Justin Martyr, and Irenaeus” - edited by Alexander Roberts and James Donaldson “History of the Church” - Eusebius of Caesarea, translated by GA Williamson “From Memory to History: Using Oral Sources in Local Historical Research” - Barbara Allen & Lynwood Montell “Rome and Jerusalem: The Clash of Ancient Civilizations” - Martin Goodman “The Works of Josephus” - Josephus, translated by William Whiston “The Holy Bible (New Kings James Version)” “Early Christian Doctrines” - JND Kelly “The Story of Christianity, Volume 1: The Early Church to the Dawn of the Reformation” - Justo L. González Primary Sources: Didache Epistle of Clement of Rome to the Corinthians (also known as 1 Clement) Epistle of Barnabas Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians Against Heresies - St

God Killed Jesus (Responsibility & Christianity)

The Christian tradition has attempted to hold a number of people and things responsible for the execution of Jesus, but analysis reveals that the only one responsible for it is the Christian god. Isn’t it a sin only when a person does something God does NOT want the person to do? Carl Ginet’s “In Defense of the Principle of Alternative Possibilities: Why I Don’t Find Frankfurt’s Argument Convincing”: www.jstor.org By the way, I’ve gotten a lot of comments and questions about the notion that Jesus’ death should be viewed as a suicide or felo-de-se. That seems quite reasonable to me given what appears in the New Testament — see, eg, John 10:17-18 ( www.biblegateway.com ). Moreover, as Raymond Brown points out in his “The Death of the Messiah”, a number of early Christian writers believed Jesus’ death to have been miraculous and completely under Jesus’ control. See, eg, Tertullian, who in his Apology claims that on the cross Jesus “with a word expressing his own will dismissed his spirit, forestalling the work of the executioners.” (Link to the quoted section of Tertullian’s Apology: www.ccel.org ) In short, Jesus killed himself. Music (intro and outro): “All Glory, Laud, and Honor”

The Christian & Muslim Approach to the New Testament ( Q & A Session - 4 of 4 )

Is the Bible truly God’s Word? Has the Bible changed and altered over time? Is the Bible full of contradictions and discrepancies? Was the bible corrupted as Muslims claim? Representing the Muslim perspective was attorney Yusuf Ismail; Mr Ismail is presently full-time in the legal profession and is additionally affiliated to the IPCI where he engages in primarily inter-faith discussions and debates with individuals from varying persuasions and religious and political backgrounds. He earned a Bcom law law degree from University of Durban in Westville and a bachelors of law from University Natal He is a part time lecturer in law at Unisa SBL He is heading the interfaith department of the islamic propagation center international on a part time basis. He is primarily involved in discussions focusing on the relevancy of Christianity and Islam in the modern world, discussions on Christian Muslim relations in postmodern society and the challenges of secularism in the 21st century. Mr. Ismail has engaged in regular debates on theological issues with a number of leading christian figures in South Africa such as Dr. Seecombe, Pastor Glenn Schentke and Pastor Bob Benjamin Last year he was instrumental in setting up and coordinating a series of debates between Shabir Ally from Toronto and leading christian apologist from South Africa John Gilchrist. Representing the Christian side was Rev. Prof. David Seccombe, Rev David is Principal of George Whitfield College, South Africa He holds

The Christian & Muslim Approach to the New Testament ( Rebuttals - 3 of 4 )

Is the Bible truly God’s Word? Has the Bible changed and altered over time? Is the Bible full of contradictions and discrepancies? Was the bible corrupted as Muslims claim? Representing the Muslim perspective was attorney Yusuf Ismail; Mr Ismail is presently full-time in the legal profession and is additionally affiliated to the IPCI where he engages in primarily inter-faith discussions and debates with individuals from varying persuasions and religious and political backgrounds. He earned a Bcom law law degree from University of Durban in Westville and a bachelors of law from University Natal He is a part time lecturer in law at Unisa SBL He is heading the interfaith department of the islamic propagation center international on a part time basis. He is primarily involved in discussions focusing on the relevancy of Christianity and Islam in the modern world, discussions on Christian Muslim relations in postmodern society and the challenges of secularism in the 21st century. Mr. Ismail has engaged in regular debates on theological issues with a number of leading christian figures in South Africa such as Dr. Seecombe, Pastor Glenn Schentke and Pastor Bob Benjamin Last year he was instrumental in setting up and coordinating a series of debates between Shabir Ally from Toronto and leading christian apologist from South Africa John Gilchrist. Representing the Christian side was Rev. Prof. David Seccombe, Rev David is Principal of George Whitfield College, South Africa He holds

The Christian & Muslim Approach to the New Testament ( Prof. David’s OP ST - 1 of 4 )

Is the Bible truly God’s Word? Has the Bible changed and altered over time? Is the Bible full of contradictions and discrepancies? Was the bible corrupted as Muslims claim? Representing the Muslim perspective was attorney Yusuf Ismail; Mr Ismail is presently full-time in the legal profession and is additionally affiliated to the IPCI where he engages in primarily inter-faith discussions and debates with individuals from varying persuasions and religious and political backgrounds. He earned a Bcom law law degree from University of Durban in Westville and a bachelors of law from University Natal He is a part time lecturer in law at Unisa SBL He is heading the interfaith department of the islamic propagation center international on a part time basis. He is primarily involved in discussions focusing on the relevancy of Christianity and Islam in the modern world, discussions on Christian Muslim relations in postmodern society and the challenges of secularism in the 21st century. Mr. Ismail has engaged in regular debates on theological issues with a number of leading christian figures in South Africa such as Dr. Seecombe, Pastor Glenn Schentke and Pastor Bob Benjamin Last year he was instrumental in setting up and coordinating a series of debates between Shabir Ally from Toronto and leading christian apologist from South Africa John Gilchrist. Representing the Christian side was Rev. Prof. David Seccombe, Rev David is Principal of George Whitfield College, South Africa He holds

Why Muslim? Why Christian? ( Q & A Session - 4 of 4 )

Why did I choose Islam? Why I’m not a Christian or Jew? Why should anybody choose to be a Christian? Why I’m not a Buddhist or Hindu? Representing the Muslim perspective was attorney Yusuf Ismail; Mr Ismail is presently full-time in the legal profession and is additionally affiliated to the IPCI where he engages in primarily inter-faith discussions and debates with individuals from varying persuasions and religious and political backgrounds. He earned a Bcom law law degree from University of Durban in Westville and a bachelors of law from University Natal He is a part time lecturer in law at Unisa SBL He is heading the interfaith department of the islamic propagation center international on a part time basis. He is primarily involved in discussions focusing on the relevancy of Christianity and Islam in the modern world, discussions on Christian Muslim relations in postmodern society and the challenges of secularism in the 21st century. Mr. Ismail has engaged in regular debates on theological issues with a number of leading christian figures in South Africa such as Dr. Seecombe, Pastor Glenn Schentke and Pastor Bob Benjamin Last year he was instrumental in setting up and coordinating a series of debates between Shabir Ally from Toronto and leading christian apologist from South Africa John Gilchrist. Representing the Christian side was Dr. John Azumah; Dr. Azumah is the director of the Centre for Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations and Lecturer of Islamic

Why Muslim? Why Christian? ( Crossfire Session - 3 of 4 )

Why did I choose Islam? Why I’m not a Christian or Jew? Why should anybody choose to be a Christian? Why I’m not a Buddhist or Hindu? Representing the Muslim perspective was attorney Yusuf Ismail; Mr Ismail is presently full-time in the legal profession and is additionally affiliated to the IPCI where he engages in primarily inter-faith discussions and debates with individuals from varying persuasions and religious and political backgrounds. He earned a Bcom law law degree from University of Durban in Westville and a bachelors of law from University Natal He is a part time lecturer in law at Unisa SBL He is heading the interfaith department of the islamic propagation center international on a part time basis. He is primarily involved in discussions focusing on the relevancy of Christianity and Islam in the modern world, discussions on Christian Muslim relations in postmodern society and the challenges of secularism in the 21st century. Mr. Ismail has engaged in regular debates on theological issues with a number of leading christian figures in South Africa such as Dr. Seecombe, Pastor Glenn Schentke and Pastor Bob Benjamin Last year he was instrumental in setting up and coordinating a series of debates between Shabir Ally from Toronto and leading christian apologist from South Africa John Gilchrist. Representing the Christian side was Dr. John Azumah; Dr. Azumah is the director of the Centre for Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations and Lecturer of Islamic