In the debate review of 'Muhammad in the Bible' (Zakir Hussain and Samuel Green) Samuel was rebuked for claiming Christians do not make a distinction between Prophets:
Samuel Green in his opening statement made a claim about Christianity which is untrue. He claimed Christians make no distinction between the Prophets. This is incorrect on 2 accounts
Firstly they reject the last Prophet of God
Secondly, they do make a distinction between the Prophets they believe in. They believe Jesus (p) is a prophet and God. Thus they do draw a distinction between the Prophets they believe in as they worship one whilst not worshipping the others.
Samuel would do well to ponder upon this sincerely.
It appears that Samuel Green persists in making such a claim. I hope this video will help Samuel see the problems with the statement he continues to espouse. I hope Samuel will ponder upon the points made and revise his thinking accordingly.
Samuel Green is also questioned about his contradictory belief. He believes Jesus is a Prophet and God. Yet we realise that being a Prophet by definition means that being cannot be God.
As far as I am aware, Samuel Green has not responded to the following point raised in an email exchange:
Samuel, have you ever stopped to think about all those Christians prior to the 19th century discovery of Codex Sinaticus who used to believe the last 12 verses of Mark were inspired by God and part of the Bible (they had similar beliefs about John 7:53-8:11 and that version of Luke 23:34). NOW you and other modern day Christians will claim those Christians of the past believed in forgeries/errors.
You have no guaranty that this will not happen to you in your life time (i.e. a new MSS discovery is made and a passage is denounced as an unauthorised addition).
Think about this Samuel. PLEASE.
Jesus taught people to do the Will of God (according to Mark 3:35) in order to become his brothers, mothers or sisters. A Muslim means one who submits to the Will of God. Do you want to become a brother of Jesus? If yes, become a Muslim.
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