Category: Rebuttals

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The Church and Speaking in Tongues : Glossolalia or Xenolalia By Bashir Lucas Samson Lukman

Previously, we have published papers on the Church and contemporary doctrines. For example, a careful study of Jesus Christ would bring one to the conclusion that Jesus of the Bible is different from Jesus of the Church. Today, let us talk about speaking in tongues, Glossolalia or Xenolalia?   Glossolalia  In general coming from the…
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December 6, 2018 0

JUSTICE IS CLOSE TO RIGHTEOUSNESS; A REJOINDER TO DR. OLUFUNKE ADEGOKE (DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN) By Dr. Ayobami Raheem

In contributing to the ongoing narrative about Hijab controversy that is rocking International School, University of Ibadan, Ibadan (ISI), one Dr Olufunke Adegoke of Department of Sociology, University of Ibadan threw caution and logic into the wind and stirred up hornet’s nest with her technically deficient, highly provocative and unscholastic submission. And one wonders how…
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November 25, 2018 0

HOW JESUS CHRIST BECAME GOD; THE FRAUDULENT STORY THEY DON’T WANT YOU TO KNOW By Sanusi Olawale Ibn Abdulwasii

Click here for previous session     At this juncture, a normal thinking individual should ask, which Bible was used to decide the divinity of Jesus Christ? Bible was canonised 68 years after Nicene Creed was formulated. What a fraud! But how did this signed paper became bound on all bishops? It was money. Money…
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November 24, 2018 0

HOW JESUS CHRIST BECAME GOD; THE FRAUDULENT STORY THEY DON’T WANT YOU TO KNOW By Sanusi Olawale Ibn Abdulwasii

  Even if we are not on the same page religiously, we shouldn’t hide the truth from each other. Who Jesus Christ is and who he is not is that thick line that differentiate a Muslim from other adherents of other Abrahamic religions. While no two Muslims have different views about the personality of Jesus…
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November 24, 2018 0

A NIQAABI LIKE A GEISHA GIRL By Sanni. Kay Yusuf

  I was a lad but wasn’t too young, so I could recall the event from the start to the tail. Opposite our residence – across the road – was a popular hair-stylist. As if she was the only hairdresser around the area, the patronage she got from women of timber and calibre was indescribable.…
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November 7, 2018 0

LOVE FOR SUICIDE By Sanni Kay. Yusuf

  Till our studentship elapsed and First Degree bagged more than a decade ago, we were deeply involved in activism – campus politics (a microcosm of the larger society). And in spite of the conspicuous legibility and readability of religiosity in our disposition, we would play the forward in aluta. The spirit was such that…
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November 1, 2018 0

HUMAN LIFE IS SACRED; ISLAM SAYS NO TO MASSACRE By Lan Rey Hassan

  I met him at Agege, Lagos, many months ago. He was supposed to be the guide on the coaster bus departing for Kaduna that night, but in Nigeria, there are only conductors. I arrived at Agege a few minutes past 7 pm; an hour later than the fixed time for the bus’ departure -hoping…
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October 24, 2018 0

Of Islam and Fundamentalism By Bashir Lucas Samson Lukman

Fundamentalist? A brother called those who opposed his idea of going to the Masjid and participating in Masquerade festivals fundamentalists. What does it mean to be a fundamentalist? Today, when people accuse someone of being a fundamentalist, they either mean an extremist or own who takes religion seriously. Anyone conscious Muslim should be proud if…
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October 22, 2018 0

Re: Ooni of Ife, Oba Ogunwusi and the Origin of Religions By: Imam Ridwan Jamiu

  Recently, a BBC video interview with Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, the Ooni of Ife went viral on the social media. His Royal Highness pontificated in the interview that Yorubaland was the origin of Islam and Catholicism. He claimed, among others, that Oodua or Oduduwa was the founder of the major religions: Islam and Christianity.…
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October 19, 2018 0

FAITH BY BARTER By Sanni Kay. Yusuf

  The king genuflected on ‘Eid ground as done the muslims. That he wasn’t originally a part of the congregation reflected in his self-styled prostration. While others had their heads on the ground, the king’s rather floated in the air. While the congregants’ palms were temporarily glued to the mats, the king’s were rather inserted…
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October 18, 2018 0