Christian Denominations Agree to Disagree on Core Beliefs.

Christians denominations Never agreed on any fundamental articles of Faith. Christian denominations disputed over almost everything.

Christian denominations disputed over the date of birth of Jesus, peace be upon him, was he born on the twenty-fifth of December or the seventh of January, or was he born between spring and summer.

Christian denominations disputed over the age of Mary when she became pregnant with Jesus, peace be upon him.

Christian denominations disputed over the cause of crucifixion.

Christian denominations disputed over those who attended the last supper.

Christian denominations disputed over the last supper time.

Christian denominations disputed over whether the last supper was Passover or a normal supper.

Christian denominations disputed over the time of crucifixion.

Christian denominations disputed over who was carrying the cross of death.

Christian denominations disputed over Jesus were hanged or crucified on a cross or a stick.

Christian denominations disputed over whether he was stabbed with a spear while on the cross or not.

Christian denominations disputed over how Judas died and how he spent the money that Jesus and apostles entrusted him with.

Christian denominations disputed over his ascension to the sky.

Christian denominations disputed over when he ascended on the same day of resurrection or after forty days.

Christian denominations disputed over how Christ entered Jerusalem, whether on a colt or a donkey’s colt.

Christian denominations disputed over whether Christ went when he was young to the land of Egypt or not with his family, even though it is an important prophecy.

Christians disagreed whether John the Baptist saw Christ or not, even though it is the most important prophecy of divinity.

The Gospels disagreed with who witnessed Christ after his resurrection and of course Christians disagreed on that too.

The four Gospels disagreed as to when the fig tree was cursed, and when it withered, was it on the same day or on the second day.

The four Gospels disagreed in where Jesus was arrested, whether on the Mount of Olives or on Mount Gethsemane

The four Gospels disagreed on whether the daughter of the chief of the synagogue was healed or raised from the dead!! The Gospels disagreed as to whether Zebedee’s mother asked that her children be with him in the kingdom, or did they ask for it.

The four Gospels disagreed in whether his sermon was on the mountain or after he came down from the mountain.

The four Gospels disagreed in the lineage of Jesus.

The Gospels disagreed on whether he healed his father-in-law, before the officer’s servant, or vice versa.

The four Gospels disagreed in the case of Peter’s denial and the rooster screaming only in this incident by dozens of contradictions.

The four Gospels disagreed as to whether Judah led them to the place of Christ to hold him, or did he come to him and kiss him, and they knew him.

The Gospels disagreed in the color of the garment that Jesus wore, whether it was red or scarlet before the crucifixion.

And they disagreed whether the soldiers were Pilate’s soldiers or Herod.

The Bibles disagreed in whether they cast lots for his clothes or only his shirt.

The Bibles disagreed in the title written on his cross

The four Gospels disagreed as to whether or not one of the thieves who was crucified with him was safe.

The Gospels disagreed as to when the delicacy and mourning were purchased to be shrouded before the Sabbath or after the Sabbath.

The Gospels disagreed as to whether a great earthquake occurred upon his death and the veil of the temple was torn or not.

The four Gospels disagree on who was the first to see him at his resurrection.

The Gospels disagree whether Mary met Christ at the tomb or in the street.

The Gospels disagreed at the time when Peter went to see the shrouds, was it before or after Mary’s coming.

And in the other, they say it is revealed by the Holy Spirit, and they wrote it with the Holy Spirit, meaning it is holy.

My question now. After all, is it written or holy? 

Be bold and answer fairly for yourself. The problem is that all these events were imposed in front of all students.

Ask yourself, after all this, did the disciples themselves write the Gospels or at least transmit them in a holy spirit?

Dozens, hundreds, and thousands of differences between the four Gospels are crying out in your face to tell you that your book is distorted and torn, and it cannot be holy. And it is heresy and a human record that has no relation to the word of God or the Holy Spirit.


Almighty Allah is the highest and most knowledgeable, and the attribution of knowledge to him is the safest.

Right from Almighty Allah and wrong from me and Satan

Prepared by Mohamad Mostafa Nassar- Australia.

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