And another entry into the Unbelievers Compliment Christianity files is made with an admission by the BBC's Mark Thompson and Peter Sissons about their one sided anti-Christian prejudice, see my new article:
Here are two videos; the first is both funny and sad. Funny because Steven Crowder is very, very funny. Sad because it is true.
If you wish to verify that of which he speaks please see my section on Islam and specifically Muhammad and Jesus which deals with wives where I provide 8 translations of a Surah mentioned in the video.
Hereinafter is the text of a very interesting article with a few comments of my own thrown in.
The articles is Spengler, “Wife-beating, sharia, and Western law,” Asia Times Online, May 25, 2010, Copyright 1999 - 2010 Asia Times Online (Holdings), Ltd.
With regards to Islam and Christianity, Muhammad and Jesus; Comedy Central end up complimenting Christianity.
Comedy Central is not a non-prophet organization—it only ignores some prophets.
Comedy Central…is developing an animated show titled "JC." As in, Jesus Christ. As in, an animated show about Christ as "regular guy" -- just a dude who moves to New York to escape the shadow of his "powerful but apathetic father."
In this segment we will find that the Qur'an denies that Muhammad was an intercessor, then the Hadith states that he actually was an intercessor and finally, the New Testament makes it clear that Jesus is the intercessor.
Surah 6:51, "And preach with this (Qur'an) to those who reverence the summoning before their Lord - they have none beside Him as a Lord and Master, nor an intercessor - that they may attain salvation."
Jesus' and Muhammad's Revelation and Mission
Here we will consider the vast differences between the manner in which Muhammad and Jesus understood their place in God's plan and their missions.
When Muhammad received his initial revelation he was alone in a cave. Subsequent revelations were received by Muhammad experiencing epileptic-like seizure-like fits with no one able to hear or see anything.
Islam considers both Muhammad and Jesus to have been prophets of Allah. This is an introduction to a ten part series which will consider their similarities and differences.
This essay is parsed thusly:
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Heavenly Bliss
Part 3: Virgin Birth Affirmed
Part 4: Regarding Wives
Part 5: Muhammad's Sins?
Part 6: Divinely Approved War and Curses
Part 7: Regarding Miracles
Part 8: Jesus' and Muhammad's Revelation and Mission
Part 9: Jesus' and Muhammad's Heavenly Journey
Part 10: Intercession