Articles from Under The Milky Way
Islam teaches that 99.6% of the Earth’s population lives in an undiscovered icy wasteland, the exact location of which is presently unknown. This proposition is patently false thus showing that Islam is obviously in error and is not the religion of God.
Hindus say: The Truth is One, but the sages speak of it in many different ways.
Buddha said: Follow my eight-fold path and you will discover The Truth.
Mohammed said: The Truth has been revealed to me.
Jesus said: I am The Truth
I am the Way and the Truth and the Life.
No one comes to the Father except through me.
My Muslim friends often challenge me to prove that Jesus said that He Is God. Specifically they want me to find a place in The Bible where Jesus Himself said the exact words ‘I am God.
American Astronaut Neil Armstrong Became A Muslim
My Muslim friend recently told me that American astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, became a Muslim after hearing the Muslim Call To Prayer while standing on The Moon.
This is totally untrue. It is simply a Muslim myth.
Neil Armstrong did not become a Muslim after hearing the Muslim Call To Prayer while standing on The Moon.
Neil Armstrong is not a Muslim at all.
Holy Light From The Ka’aba
A Muslim friend recently told me that Holy Light coming out of The Kaaba is visible from outer space. Because of this, my friend said, humanity can know for sure that Islam is the true religion of God.
Muslims are eager to assert that Mecca is located in the center of the Earth. Mecca is, of course, of paramount importance to Muslims, being the location of the Ka’aba which is the large cubic structure which all Muslims face while reciting their five daily prayers.
Muslims often assert that Christians corrupted The Bible at The Council Of Nicea in 325 AD
Muslims assert that Christians have deliberately corrupted The Bible, changing the original teaching of Jesus so as to obscure the original Islamic message that He supposedly bought.
In order to prove this allegation, Muslims need to bring the supposed original Islamic Bible, or a copy of it, so that we can compare the supposedly Islamic original Bible with the supposedly corrupted version that exists today.