Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Where is the “Christ” in “Christianity?”

Where is the “Christ” in “Christianity?”

Description: Does Christianity actually follow the teachings of Jesus and the early apostles?
By Laurence B. Brown, MDPublished on 19 Feb 2007 - Last modified on 03 Feb 2013
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Religious scholars have long attributed the tenets of Christian faith more to Paul’s teachings than to those of Jesus. But as much as I would like to jump into that subject, I think it best to back up and take a quick, speculative look at the Old Testament.
The Old Testament teaches that Jacob wrestled with God. In fact, the Old Testament records that Jacob not only wrestled with God, but that Jacob prevailed (Genesis 32:24-30). Now, bear in mind, we’re talking about a tiny blob of protoplasm wrestling the Creator of a universe 240,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 miles in diameter, containing over a billion galaxies of which ours—the Milky Way Galaxy—is just one (and a small one, at that), and prevailing? I’m sorry, but someone was a couple pages short of a codex when they scribed that passage. The point is, however, that this passage leaves us in a quandary. We either have to question the Jewish concept of God or accept their explanation that “God” does not mean “God” in the above verses, but rather it means either an angel or a man (which, in essence, means the Old Testament is not to be trusted). In fact, this textual difficulty has become so problematic that more recent Bibles have tried to cover it up by changing the translation from “God” to “man.” What they cannot change, however, is the foundational scripture from which the Jewish Bible is translated, and this continues to read “God.”
Unreliability is a recurring problem in the Old Testament, the most prominent example being the confusion between God and Satan! II Samuel 24:1 reads:
“Again the anger of the LORD was aroused against Israel, and He moved David against them to say, ‘Go, number Israel and Judah.’”
However, I Chronicles 21:1 states: “Now Satan stood up against Israel, and moved David to number Israel.”
Uhhh, which was it? The Lord, or Satan? Both verses describe the same event in history, but one speaks of God and the other of Satan. There is a slight (like, total) difference.
Christians would like to believe that the New Testament is free of such difficulties, but they are sadly deceived. In fact, there are so many contradictions that authors have devoted books to this subject. For example, Matthew 2:14 and Luke 2:39 differ over whether Jesus’ family fled to Egypt or Nazareth. Matthew 6:9-13 and Luke 11:2-4 differ over the wording of the “Lord’s Prayer.” Matthew 11:13-14, 17:11-13 and John 1:21 disagree over whether or not John the Baptist was Elijah.
Things get worse when we enter the arena of the alleged crucifixion: Who carried the cross—Simon (Luke 23:26, Matthew 27:32, Mark 15:21) or Jesus (John 19:17)? Was Jesus dressed in a scarlet robe (Matthew 27:28) or a purple robe (John 19:2)? Did the Roman soldiers put gall (Matthew 27:34) or myrrh (Mark 15:23) in his wine? Was Jesus crucified before the third hour (Mark 15:25) or after the sixth hour (John 19:14-15)? Did Jesus ascend the first day (Luke 23:43) or not (John 20:17)? Were Jesus’ last words, “Father, ‘into Your hands I commit my spirit’” (Luke 23:46), or were they “It is finished” (John 19:30)?
These are only a few of a long list of scriptural inconsistencies, and they underscore the difficulty in trusting the New Testament as scripture. Nonetheless, there are those who do trust their salvation to the New Testament, and it is these Christians who need to answer the question, “Where is the ‘Christ’ in ‘Christianity?’ “This, in fact, is a supremely fair question. On one hand we have a religion named after Jesus Christ, but on the other hand the tenets of orthodox Christianity, which is to say Trinitarian Christianity, contradict virtually everything he taught.
I know, I know—those of you who aren’t screaming “Heretic!” are gathering firewood and planting a stake. But wait. Put down the high-powered rifle and listen. Trinitarian Christianity claims to base its doctrines on a combination of Jesus’ and Paul’s teachings. The problem is, these teachings are anything but complementary. In fact, they contradict one another.
Take some examples: Jesus taught Old Testament Law; Paul negated it. Jesus preached orthodox Jewish creed; Paul preached mysteries of faith. Jesus spoke of accountability; Paul proposed justification by faith. Jesus described himself as an ethnic prophet; Paul defined him as a universal prophet.[1] Jesus taught prayer to God, Paul set Jesus up as intercessor. Jesus taught divine unity, Pauline theologians constructed the Trinity.
For these reasons, many scholars consider Paul the main corrupter of Apostolic Christianity and Jesus’ teachings. Many early Christian sects held this view as well, including the second-century Christian sects known as “adoptionists”– “In particular, they considered Paul, one of the most prominent authors of our New Testament, to be an arch-heretic rather than an apostle.”[2]
Lehmann contributes:
“What Paul proclaimed as ‘Christianity’ was sheer heresy which could not be based on the Jewish or Essene faith, or on the teaching of Rabbi Jesus. But, as Schonfield says, ‘The Pauline heresy became the foundation of Christian orthodoxy and the legitimate church was disowned as heretical.’ … Paul did something that Rabbi Jesus never did and refused to do. He extended God’s promise of salvation to the Gentiles; he abolished the law of Moses, and he prevented direct access to God by introducing an intermediary.”[3]
Bart D. Ehrman, perhaps the most authoritative living scholar of textual criticism, comments:
“Paul’s view was not universally accepted or, one might argue, even widely accepted …. Even more striking, Paul’s own letters indicate that there were outspoken, sincere, and active Christian leaders who vehemently disagreed with him on this score and considered Paul’s views to be a corruption of the true message of Christ …. One should always bear in mind that in this very letter of Galatians Paul indicates that he confronted Peter over just such issues (Gal. 2:11-14). He disagreed, that is, even with Jesus’ closest disciple on the matter.”[4]
Commenting on the views of some early Christians in the Pseudo-Clementine literature, Ehrman wrote:
“Paul has corrupted the true faith based on a brief vision, which he has doubtless misconstrued. Paul is thus the enemy of the apostles, not the chief of them. He is outside the true faith, a heretic to be banned, not an apostle to be followed.”[5]
Others elevate Paul to sainthood. Joel Carmichael very clearly is not one of them:
“We are a universe away from Jesus. If Jesus came “only to fulfill” the Law and the Prophets; If he thought that “not an iota, not a dot” would pass from the Law,” that the cardinal commandment was “Hear, O Israel, the Lord Our God, the Lord is one,” and that “no one was good but God”….What would he have thought of Paul’s handiwork! Paul’s triumph meant the final obliteration of the historic Jesus; he comes to us embalmed in Christianity like a fly in amber.”[6]
Dr. Johannes Weiss contributes:
“Hence the faith in Christ as held by the primitive churches and by Paul was something new in comparison with the preaching of Jesus; it was a new type of religion.”[7]
A new type of religion, indeed. And hence the question, “Where is the ‘Christ’ in ‘Christianity?’ “If Christianity is the religion of Jesus Christ, where are the Old Testament laws and strict monotheism of the Rabbi Jesus’ Orthodox Judaism? Why does Christianity teach that Jesus is the son of God when Jesus called himself the “son of Man” eighty-eight times, and not once the “son of God?” Why does Christianity endorse confession to priests and prayers to saints, Mary and Jesus when Jesus taught his followers:
In this manner, therefore, pray: ‘Our Father …’” (Matthew 6:9)?
And who appointed a pope? Certainly not Jesus. True, he may have called Peter the rock upon which he would build his church (Matthew 16:18-19). However, a scant five verses later, he called Peter “Satan” and “an offense.” And let us not forget that this “rock” thrice denied Jesus after Jesus’ arrest—poor testimony of Peter’s commitment to the new church.
Is it possible that Christians have been denying Jesus ever since? Transforming Jesus’ strict monotheism to the Pauline theologians’ Trinity, replacing Rabbi Jesus’ Old Testament law with Paul’s “justification by faith,” substituting the concept of Jesus having atoned for the sins of mankind for the direct accountability Jesus taught, discarding Jesus’ claim to humanity for Paul’s concept of Jesus having been divine, we have to question in exactly what manner Christianity respects the teachings of its prophet.
A parallel issue is to define which religion does respect Jesus’ teachings. So let’s see: Which religion honors Jesus Christ as a prophet but a man? Which religion adheres to strict monotheism, God’s laws, and the concept of direct accountability to God? Which religion denies intermediaries between man and God?
If you answered, “Islam,” you would be right. And in this manner, we find the teachings of Jesus Christ better exemplified in the religion of Islam than in Christianity. This suggestion, however, is not meant to be a conclusion, but rather an introduction. Those who find their interest peaked by the above discussion need to take the issue seriously, open their minds and then … read on!
Copyright © 2007 Laurence B. Brown.
About the author:
Laurence B. Brown, MD, can be contacted at BrownL38@yahoo.com. He is the author of The First and Final Commandment (Amana Publications) and Bearing True Witness (Dar-us-Salam). Forthcoming books are a historical thriller, The Eighth Scroll, and a second edition of The First and Final Commandment, rewritten and divided into MisGod'ed and its sequel, God’ed.

[1] Jesus Christ was one more prophet in the long line of prophets sent to the astray Israelites. As he so clearly affirmed, “I was not sent except to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” (Matthew 15:24) When Jesus sent the disciples out in the path of God, he instructed them, “Do not go into the way of the Gentiles, and do not enter a city of the Samaritans. But go rather to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” (Matthew 10:5-6) Throughout his ministry, Jesus was never recorded as having converted a Gentile, and in fact is recorded as having initially rebuked a Gentile for seeking his favors, likening her to a dog (Matthew 15:22-28 and Mark 7:25-30). Jesus was himself a Jew, his disciples were Jews, and both he and they directed their ministries to the Jews. One wonders what this means to us now, for most of those who have taken Jesus as their ‘personal savior’ are Gentiles, and not of the “lost sheep of the house of Israel” to whom he was sent.
[2] Ehrman, Bart D. The New Testament: A Historical Introduction to the Early Christian Writings. 2004. Oxford University Press. P. 3.
[3] Lehmann, Johannes. 1972. The Jesus Report. Translated by Michael Heron. London: Souvenir Press. pp. 128, 134.
[4] Ehrman, Bart D. 2003. Lost Christianities. Oxford University Press. Pp. 97-98.
[5] Ehrman, Bart D. 2003. Lost Christianities. Oxford University Press. P. 184.
[6] Carmichael, Joel, M.A. 1962. The Death of Jesus. New York: The Macmillan Company. p. 270.
[7] Weiss, Johannes. 1909. Paul and Jesus. (Translated by Rev. H. J. Chaytor). London and New York: Harper and Brothers. p. 130.

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Monday, February 25, 2013

Quran recitors should be the first to be appreciated and honoured and singers come after and not vice versa

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  • الهيئة العامة للثورة السورية: إطلاق صاروخ سكود من الناصرية بريف دمشق باتجاه شمال سوريا
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  • ناشطون: الجيش السوري الحر يتصدى لقوات النظام أثناء محاولتها اقتحام القرى المحيطة بمدينة يبرود بريف دمشق
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بالهجري: وفاة القارئين عبد الباسط والمنشاوي
أحمد الجنابي
تتناول الحلقة 24 من سلسلة بالهجري حدثا وقع في مثل شهر ربيع الثاني الجاري حسب التقويم الهجري، وهو وفاة الشيخ القارئ عبد الباسط عبد الصمد عام 1409 للهجرة والشيخ القارئ محمد صديق المنشاوي الذي توفي في نفس الشهر من عام 1389 للهجرة.
الشيخ عبد الباسط
كان الشيخ عبد الباسط أول نقيب لقارئي القرآن في مصر (الجزيرة)
ولد الشيخ عبد الباسط في قرية المراعزة في محافظة قنا جنوبي مصر عام 1346 للهجرة (1927 للميلاد) لعائلة اشتهرت بدراسة القرآن وتجويده.
كان والده السيد محمد عبد الصمد موظفا في وزارة المواصلات ومعروفا في محيطه بحسن دينه وتجويده العذب للقرآن الكريم، وهي موهبة ورثها عن أبيه الشيخ عبد الصمد.
التحق الصبي عبد الباسط بمدارس القرآن وهو صبي في السادسة من عمره، وأتم حفظ القرآن الكريم كاملا وهو في سن العاشرة. توسم فيه أساتذته الموهبة والشغف، وأدركوا أنه سيكون مجوّدا للقرآن أبا عن جد. وقد شدّت عذوبة صوت الصبي عبد الباسط انتباه الناس له في قريته وكذلك الأساتذة في مدرسته، الأمر الذي شجعهم على دفع الصبي لإظهار مواهبه على الصعيد الوطني.
بدأ اسمه يتردد على مستوى مصر عندما كان في الثانية والعشرين من عمره، حيث سافر إلى القاهرة لحضور مولد السيدة زينب رضوان الله عليها، وهي مناسبة يؤمها الزوار من كافة أنحاء مصر ويقام فيها احتفال يتلو فيه كبار قارئي مصر من الرعيل الأول القرآن على جموع الحاضرين.

استأذن أحد أقارب الشيخ عبد الباسط القائمين على الحفل لمنح قارئ موهوب شاب الفرصة لتلاوة القرآن لمدة عشر دقائق، وتمت الموافقة على الطلب.
اعتلى الشاب عبد الباسط المنصة وبدأ بتلاوة آيات من سورة الأحزاب، فذهل الحاضرون لعذوبة صوت الشاب وإمكاناته العالية المتميزة في التجويد، وبدأ عندها مشوار الشيخ عبد الباسط نحو خدمة القرآن على الصعيد المصري والعربي والإسلامي.
أجاد الشيخ المنشاوي قراءة القرآن بمقام النهاوند (الجزيرة)
شاهد فيديو الحلقة
الشيخ المنشاويتميز الشيخ محمد صدّيق المنشاوي بأسلوب فريد في قراءة القرآن، وأجاد المقامات وخاصة مقام النهاوند، ووصلت شهرته إلى جميع أرجاء العالم الإسلامي.
ولد في قرية المنشاة بمحافظة سوهاج بصعيد مصر عام 1338 للهجرة (1920 للميلاد) لعائلة قرآنية عريقة، وأتم حفظ القرآن في الثامنة من عمره.
ارتبط الشيخ المنشاوي والشيخ عبد الصمد بصداقة وأخوة في الدين، وربط بينهما حبهما لخدمة كتاب الله عز وجل، وترافقا في عدد من الأسفار التي قاما بها ضمن جهودهما لخدمة القرآن حتى صار صوتهما في القنوات والإذاعات العربية من أحب الأصوات إلى الجماهير.
ومن مآثر الشيخ المنشاوي أنه رفض طلبا لتجويد القرآن أمام الرئيس المصري الراحل جمال عبد الناصر، وتقول المصادر إن المنشاوي كان يحب عبد الناصر ويدعو له إلا أنه استاء من الاختيار السيئ للرسول الذي حمل طلب الرئيس للقراءة أمامه.
قال رسول عبد الناصر للشيخ المنشاوي إنه قد اختير لنيل شرف القراءة أمام الرئيس، فما كان من الشيخ إلا أن ردّ عليه بأن عبد الناصر هو الذي سيتشرف إن وافق -أي المنشاوي- على القراءة أمامه، وطلب من الرسول إبلاغ الرئيس باعتذاره عن الطلب.
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نسال الله لهما و لنا و لوالدينا الرحمة و المغفرة و النجاة من عذابه و الفوز بجنته.
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رحم الله الشيخين الجليليين رحمة واسعة وجعل الله القرآن شفيعا لهما يوم القيامة
الإبلاغ عن تعليق
هل انت متأكد من وجود اساءة أو محتوى غير لائق في التعليق المختار؟ الرجاء تعبئة سبب الابلاغ عن التعليق حيث ستقوم الجزيرة باتخاذ الاجراءات عند اللزوم
اسم المستخدم الرجاء ادخال اسم المستخدم
البريد الالكتروني
الرجاء إدخال البريد الالكتروني
سبب الابلاغ
شكراً لك
لقد تم ارسال تعليقك الى الجزيرة و سيتم نشره على الموقع بعد تدقيقه
لاعضاء الجزيرة فقط
سيتم اشعارك بوقت نشر التعليق على موقع الجزيرة عن طريق بريدك الالكتروني
شكراً لك
لقد تم إرسال الابلاغ عن التعليق الى الجزيرة لاتخاذ الاجراءات الازمة
عضو الجزيرة
تسجيل الدخول الى موقع الجزيرة
اسم المستخدم الرجاء ادخال اسم المستخدم
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