The Christian Arrogance and the mirage of an unconditional Salvation
Mohamad Mostafa Nassar
The Glorious Holy Quran describes that The Christian Arrogance and the mirage of an unconditional Salvation as stated in the following Quranic verses
The Christian arrogance is amazing, if you speak with any Christian that would almost show zero interest in real religious dialogue that would discuss all aspects of Faith.
Well if Christians think that they are guaranteed Heavens so the Critical question that pops up is:
Why are you Christains WASTING your time on Earth with the Rest of NON-Christains here on this Planet when you can SKIP Judgement day?
Instead, they tend to repeat some phrases like PARROTS such as:
- “Jesus Loves you”.
- “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me”
The Reality is that The Glorious Holy Quran states is:
Christains tend to ignore any physical forms of worship and work as they call it, despite the cuurent partially corrupted Bible, states clearely the Prophet Jesus used to pray, fast and various forms of worship to Allah Exalted He or as the Bible use word “father” for God sometimes.
They rely on this Biblical verse:
God’s Word says that we are saved by grace through faith in Christ Jesus and not by our own efforts or works (Ephesians 2:8-9)
25 Common Cliché Christian Sayings they repeat to confirm that they have faith in Jesus which they think such Lip-service is enough to get them into Heavens
1. Christians say, “I asked Jesus into my heart,” “I was born again,” or “I was saved,” or else we probably were not.
2. Christians don’t say hello, we “greet one another with a hug and a holy kiss.”
3. When Christians say goodbye, we declare, “Have a Jesus-filled day!”
4. To a complete stranger, a “good Christian” won’t hesitate to announce, “Jesus loves you, and so do I!”
5. Whether affectionately or with pity, you may never be sure, Christians often say, “Bless your heart,” which is always pronounced with thick southern sweetness. Go ahead and say it again. You know you want to: “Bless your heart.”
6. For grins or groans, now throw this in: “God works in mysterious ways his wonders to perform.” (But, you know, that’s not in the Bible, right?)
7. When the pastor preaches a powerful message and the choir’s songs are especially pleasing to the ear, Christians exclaim at the close of the service, “We had church!”
8. Wait just a minute. We don’t say, “The pastor preached a powerful message.” No, Christians say, “The pastor was Holy Ghost-filled and the Word of the Lord was anointed.”
9. Christians don’t have good days, we “get the victory!” And a great day is a “mountaintop experience.” Can someone say “Amen?”
10. Christians don’t have bad days, either! No, we’re “under attack from the devil, as Satan roams like a roaring lion to destroy us.”
11. Christians don’t ever say, “Have a good day!” We say, “Have a blessed day.”
12. Christians don’t have parties, we have “fellowship” and dinner parties are “pot blessings.”
13. Christian don’t get depressed; we have “a spirit of heaviness.”
14. An enthusiastic Christian is “on fire for God!”
15. Christians don’t have discussions, we “share.”
16. Similarly, Christians don’t gossip, we “share prayer requests.”
17. Christians don’t tell stories, we “give a testimony” or a “praise report.”
18. When a Christian does not know how to respond to someone who is hurting, we utter, “Well, I’ll be praying for you.” After that comes, “God is in control.” Next,we say, “All things work together for good.” Should I keep ’em coming? “If God closes a door, he’ll open a window,” and another favorite: “God allows everything for a purpose.”
19. Christians don’t make decisions, we are “led by the Spirit.”
20. Christians RSVP with phrases such as, “I’ll be there if it’s God’s will,” or “Lord willing and the creek don’t rise.”
21. When a Christian makes a mistake, we say, “I’m forgiven, not perfect.”
22. Christians know that a really terrible lie is “belched from the pit of hell.”
23. Christians don’t insult or say rude things to a brother or sister in the Lord. No, we “speak the truth in love.” However, if someone should mistakenly feel judged or rebuked, we say, “Hey, I’m just keepin’ it real.”
24. If a Christian meet someone who is stressed or anxious, we know they simply need to “let go and let God.”
25. Last but not least, Christians don’t die, we “go home to the be with the Lord.”
There are Christians who think that they have unconditional salvation. It’s like as if they have a certificate for heaven.
First of all there is no such thing as unconditional salvation. This concept is not there in the Old Testament and it’s not there if you really look at the teachings of Jesus. He clearly says in
Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.
If you look at this unconditional salvation concept it’s just a made-up false concept, that basically Christians see that Jesus carried all their sins on behalf of them and they do not have to do anything except belief in him as a Saviour.
Well, that is a very lazy approach to revering and serving God in all aspects of life, that is why in Islam the Glorious Holy Quran when mention those who believe in Islam it is always followed by and made good deeds.
The Challenging Question to Christians is:
There are more than 45,000 denominations globally. Followers of Jesus span the globe. But the global body of more than 2 billion Christians is separated into thousands of denominations. Pentecostal, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Baptist, Apostolic, Methodist — the list goes on
Who has the Unconditional Salvation amongst all these sections.
Are all of you Christians heading to heavens including Catholic Hitler and Orthodox Putin?
Obviously, you will fail miserably to answer
What a big load of non-sense, who are you tricking?
Obviously, yourself, when you think that through MERELY a lip-service you would go to heavens.
No original sin in Islam- No soul burdened with sin will bear the burden of another concept in Islam
In the Islamic worldview, justice denotes placing things in their rightful place. It also means giving others equal treatment. In Islam, justice is also a moral virtue and an attribute of human personality, as it is in the Western tradition.
Justice is close to equality in the sense that it creates a state of equilibrium in the distribution of rights and duties, but they are not identical. Sometimes, justice is achieved through inequality, like in unequal distribution of wealth. The Prophet of Islam declared:
“There are seven categories of people whom God will shelter under His shade on the Day when there will be no shade except His. (One is) the just leader.”(Saheeh Muslim)
God spoke to His Messenger in this manner:
“O My slaves, I have forbidden injustice for Myself and forbade it also for you. So avoid being unjust to one another.” (Saheeh Muslim)
Thus, justice represents moral rectitude and fairness, since it means things should be where they belong.
The importance of justice
The Qur’an considers justice to be a supreme virtue. It is a basic objective of Islam to the degree that it stands next in order of priority to belief in God’s exclusive right to worship (Tawheed) and the truth of Muhammad’s prophethood.
Allah declares in the Quran:
“Allah commands justice and fair dealing…” (Qur’an 16:90)
And in another passage:
“O you who believe, be upright for Allah, and (be) bearers of witness with justice!” (Qur’an 5:8)
Therefore, one may conclude that justice is an obligation of Islam and injustice is forbidden. The centrality of justice to the Qur’anic value system is displayed by the following verse:
“We sent Our Messengers with clear signs and sent down with them the Book and the Measure in order to establish justice among the people…” (Qur’an 57:25)
The phrase ‘Our Messengers’ shows that justice has been the goal of all revelation and scriptures sent to humanity. The verse also shows that justice must be measured and implemented by the standards and guidelines set by revelation. Islam’s approach to justice is comprehensive and all-embracing. Any path that leads to justice is deemed to be in harmony with Islamic Law.
Allah has demanded justice and, although He has not prescribed a specific route, has provided general guidelines, on how to achieve it. He has neither prescribed a fixed means by which it can be obtained, nor has He declared invalid any particular means or methods that can lead to justice.
Therefore, all means, procedures, and methods that facilitate, refine, and advance the cause of justice, and do not violate the Islamic Law are valid.
Equality in justice
The Qur’anic standards of justice transcend considerations of race, religion, color, and creed, as Muslims are commanded to be just to their friends and foes alike, and to be just at all levels.
Allah Exalted He Says:
“O you who believe! Stand out firmly for justice, as witnesses to Allah, even if it be against yourselves, your parents, and your relatives, or whether it is against the rich or the poor…” (Qur’an 4:135)
According to another Quranic passage:
“Let not the hatred of a people swerve you away from justice. Be just, for this is closest to righteousness…” (Quran 5:8)
With regards to relations with non-Muslims, the Qur’an further states:
“God does not forbid you from doing good and being just to those who have neither fought you over your faith nor evicted you from your homes…” (Qur’an 60:8)
The scholars of the Qur’an have concluded that these rulings apply to all nations, followers of all faiths, as a matter of fact to all humanity. In the view of the Qur’an, justice is an obligation.