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Christian Trinity, Jesus on Cross, Jesus as Judge, Salvation ~ Faith Matters #89

A contemporary and exciting English question and answer programme exploring various matters relating to faith and religion. Programme no. 89.

Tags: Faith Matters   Jesus   Trinity   Salvation   Christianity   

Q1 @ 2:40 Before creation there wasn't anything at all, how can God love if nothing was there? The idea of Trinity gets around this dilemma. Please can you comment on this?

Q2 @ 10:20 When Jesus was put on Cross and he was pierced through a spear, the blood and water gushed out, it is argued by Christians that when you die blood and water separates, can you elaborate on this from medical point of view?

Q3 @ 16:16 Question relates to 12 tribes of Israel. Jesus said: "I tell you the truth, at the renewal of all things, when the Son of Man sits on his glorious throne, you who have followed me will also sit on twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel." (Mathew 19:28) In this verse why Jesus says he will judge, does this not prove that he is indeed god?

Q4 @ 21:05 It is said in Hadith that when Dajjal (anti-Christ) comes he will be accompanied with 70,000 Jews. Is this authentic Hadith and if so what does this mean?

Q5 @ 25:35 Is there any consensus among the Muslims that prophethood of Jesus (as) on second coming or any prophet can be taken away?

Q6 @ 31:36 Christians argue that Christianity is all about Salvation and Heaven is guaranteed. What is the concept of Salvation in Islam and how do you know that you will go to Heaven or not. Did Holy Prophet Muhammad(saw) know that he is going to Heaven?

Q7 @ 40:10 A Protestant friend argues that from his Bible (King James Version) no one can prove that Jesus did not die on the Cross?

Q8 @ 51:44 With reference to Holy Quran verse 5:15 "We have caused enmity and hatred among them till the Day of Resurrection" Please explain this as Christians are more united in world religions?