The Beliefs of Christians is Similar to that of the Pagans according to Saint Justin Martyr

By Sami Zaatari


It has always been made clear that several and most of what Christians believe in such as the crucifixion of a savior, the unique son of God, are all just borrowed doctrines and terms from other pagan religions before Christianity. The evidence is there for all to see, however so, Christians always like to ignore this fact and simply act like they don’t know about it. Since Christians will not accept the fact that most of their beliefs come from paganism, doubting the information they read since they do not trust it, I shall say fine, let us play that game.

What I will do in this article is simple quote a Christian church Father and a Saint, this Saint happens to be Justin Martyr, The fact that this man has been given the title of Saint by Christians tells us that he is a very high and respected figure within Christianity.

Here is some information regarding Justin Martyr incase there are some Christians out there saying Justin Martyr is a nobody:

Christian apologist, born at Flavia Neapolis, about A.D. 100, converted to Christianity about A.D. 130, taught and defended the Christian religion in Asia Minor and at Rome, where he suffered martyrdom about the year 165. Two “Apologies” bearing his name and his “Dialogue with the Jew Tryphon” have come down to us. Leo XIII had a Mass and an Office composed in his honour and set his feast for 14 April.

For a full bio of Justin visit this link:

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/08580c.htm

All his work alongside many other Church Fathers and Saints can be found on this link:

http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/

It is from one of his works that I shall be quoting from; the piece that I quote from is called ?The First Apology’.

With all this said, I shall now quote the relevant information from this Saint of Christianity:

CHAPTER XXI — ANALOGIES TO THE HISTORY OF CHRIST.

And when we say also that the Word, who is the first-birth of God, was produced without sexual union, and that He, Jesus Christ, our Teacher, was crucified and died, and rose again, and ascended into heaven, we propound NOTHING DIFFERENT from WHAT YOU BELIEVE regarding those whom you esteem sons of JupiterFor you know how many sons your esteemed writers ascribed to Jupiter: Mercury, the interpreting word and teacher of all;AEsculapius, who, though he was a great physician, was struck by a thunderbolt, and so ascended to heaven; and Bacchus too, after he had been torn limb from limb; and Hercules, when he had committed himself to the flames to escape his toils; and the sons of Leda, and Dioscuri; andPerseus, son of Danae; and Bellerophon, who, though sprung from mortals, rose to heaven on the horse PegasusFor what shall I say of Ariadne, and those who, like her, have been declared to be set among the stars? And what of the emperors who die among yourselves, whom you deem worthy of deification, and in whose behalf you produce some one who swears he has seen the burning Caesar rise to heaven from the funeral pyre? And what kind of deeds are recorded of each of these reputed sons of Jupiter, it is needless to tell to those who already know. (Justin Martyrs First Apology:http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/0126.htm)

 

Notice what this man is saying, he is telling the Roman rulers that what the Christians believe in is nothing different than what the Roman pagans believe in, that Jupiter who is one of their gods also had sons, making them sons of god. Justin then goes on to mention other beliefs of these Roman pagans of people ascending into heaven just like Jesus did etc.

So if this is not enough prove that the Christian belief system is the same as the pagan beliefs then I don’t know what is! This Christian saint is saying it in plane words that what the Christians BELIEVE IN IS NOTHING DIFFERENT THAN WHAT THE ROMAN PAGANS BELIEVE IN, how much more clearly do you want it to be?!

This all proves that the Christian faith of Paul was simply another branch of paganism that popped out, the only difference is that Paul claimed it was from the true God and other forms of paganism was wrong. Paul borrowed all his beliefs from pagan religions that were around him, and centered it all on Jesus, and then he had the audacity to say the other pagans are wrong when he plagiarized their belief! What makes this all the more worst for the Christian faith is that Paul also destroyed the Jewish law given by God to Moses!

So Paul destroys God’s true law given to Moses, making it into nothing, and replaces it by pagan beliefs claiming that this is the true way! He has managed to fool up to a billion people into believing they believe in a true faith of God, when in fact they believe in paganism and that the true law from God is actually made into nothing and thrown away! The Jews living at the time of Paul were not dumb, they knew that Paul was destroying the Torah, which is exactly why they did not like him, however so the pagans loved Paul so his form of pagan Christianity succeeded and this is what you have today.

But no need to worry, Islam has come to abolish ALL forms of paganism including this one created by the anti-Christ Paul.

And Allah Knows Best

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The Profound Teachings of Prophet Muhammad..

“I have been given words which are concise but comprehensive in meaning”

-Prophet Muhammad

 

Many people these days wonder what the teachings of Islam are; what better way to find out than to turn to the words of the Prophet Muhammad pbuh himself? Following are 51 prophetic sayings to provide the reader with a glimpse of his teachings in every aspect of life:
Spirituality
The Prophet said: ‘Wealth does not come from having great riches; (true) wealth is contentment of the soul.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Cognizance
The Prophet said: ‘The similitude of the one who contemplates his Lord versus the one who does not is that of the living versus the dead.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Sincerity
The Prophet said: ‘Actions will be judged according to their intentions.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Mercy
The Prophet said: ‘Show mercy to those on earth so that He who is in heaven will have mercy on you.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî)
Gentleness
The Prophet said: ‘Whoever is deprived of gentleness is deprived of all good.’

(Sahîh Muslim)
Forgiveness
The Prophet said: ‘Whoever suffers an injury done to him and forgives (the person responsible), Allah will raise his status to a higher degree and remove one of his sins.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî)
Virtue
The Prophet said: ‘Do not be people without minds of your own, saying that if others treat you well you will treat them well, and that if they do wrong you will do wrong. Instead, accustom yourselves to do good if people do good and not to do wrong if they do evil.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî)
Justice
The Prophet said: ‘The most virtuous jihâd is when one speaks a word of truth before an unjust ruler.’

(Sunan Abî Dawûd, Sunan At-Tirmidhî, Sunan Ibn Mâjah)
Civility
The Prophet said: ‘The Muslim does not slander, curse, speak obscenely, or speak rudely.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî)
Honesty
The Prophet said: ‘Honesty leads to righteousness and righteousness leads to Paradise. A man remains honest and concerned about honesty until he is recorded as an honest man with Allah. Lying leads to sinfulness and sinfulness leads to the Fire. A man keeps lying and remains partial to lies until he is recorded as a liar with Allah.’

(Sahîh Bukharî, Sahîh Muslim)
Tolerance
Once the Prophet was seated at some place in Madinah, along with his Companions. During this time a funeral procession passed by. On seeing this, the Prophet stood up. One of his companions remarked that the funeral was that of a Jew. The Prophet replied, “Was he not a human being?”

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim, Sunan An-Nasâ’î)
A disbelieving Bedouin urinated in the mosque, and the people rushed to beat him. Allah’s Apostle ordered them to leave him alone, let him finish and pour water over the place where he has passed urine. The Prophet then explained to the Bedouin calmly, “This is a place of worship, in it is the worship of God and the reading of Qur’an.” After the Bedouin had left, the Prophet then said to his companions, ” You have been sent to make things easy (for the people) and you have not been sent to make things difficult for them.”

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Equality
The Prophet said: ‘There is no superiority for an Arab over a non-Arab, nor for a non-Arab over an Arab, nor for a fair-skinned person over a person with dark skin, nor for a dark-skinned person over a person with fair skin. Whoever is more pious and God-fearing is more deserving of honour.’

(Musnad Ahmad)
Gratitude
The Prophet said: ‘Contemplate those who have less than you and not those who have more than you, lest you belittle the favors of Allah conferred upon you’.

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Simplicity
The Prophet said: ‘What is little but sufficient is better than that which is abundant but causes heedlessness.’

(Sahîh Ibn Hibbân)
Humility
The Prophet said: ‘God has revealed to me that you must be humble, so that no one oppresses another and boasts over another.’

(Sahîh Muslim, Sunan Abî Dawûd)
Generosity
The Prophet said: ‘The food of two people is enough for three, and the food of three people is enough for four.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Appreciation
The Prophet said: ‘Whoever does not thank people (for their favors) has not thanked Allah (properly), Mighty and Glorious is He!’

(Musnad Ahmad, Sunan At-Tirmidhî)
Calmness
The Prophet said: ‘Calmness and determination is from Allah and haste is from Satan.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî)
Patience
The Prophet said: ‘No one can give a better or more abundant gift than patience.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Perseverance
The Prophet said: ‘There is no clement person who has not stumbled, nor is there no wise person who possesses no experience.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî, Mustadarak Al-Hâkim)
Nonjudgemental
The Prophet said: ‘Do not search for (the faults of others), for if anyone searches for (others) faults, God will search for his.’

(Sunan Abî Dawûd)
Selfcritical
The Prophet said: ‘Blessed is he who preoccupies himself with his own defects, rather than those of others.’

(Musnad Al-Bazzâr)
Advice
The Prophet said: ‘Make things easy (for people) and do not make them difficult, and cheer people up and do not drive them away.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Moderation
The Prophet said: ‘The religion (of Islam) is easy. No one ever made it difficult without it becoming too much for him. So avoid extremes and strike a balance, do the best you can and be cheerful, and seek Allah’s help (through prayer) in the morning, and evening, and part of the night.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî)
Charity
The Prophet said: ‘Charity (sadaqah) is due upon every joint of a person on every day that the sun rises. Administering justice between two people is an act of charity; and to help a man concerning his riding beast by helping him on to it or lifting his luggage on to it is an act of charity; a good word is charity; and every step which you take to prayer is charity; and removing that which is harmful from the road is charity.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî)
Community
The Prophet said: ‘The believer is not the one who eats his fill when the neighbour beside him is hungry.’

(Sunan Al-Bayhaqî)
Affability
The Prophet said: ‘The believer is one who is sociable [with others], and there is no benefit in one who is not sociable [with others] nor in one who is not met sociably [by them].’ (Mustadarak Al-Hâkim, Shu’ab al-خ

mân Al-Bayhaqî)
Business Ethics
The Prophet said: ‘A truthful and trustworthy merchant will be in the company of the prophets, the very truthful, and the martyrs.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî, Sunan Ad-Dârimî, Sunan Ad-Dâraqutnî)
Employment
The Prophet said: ‘Pay the laborer his due before his sweat dries.’

(Sunan Ibn Mâjah)
Leadership
The Prophet said: ‘On a journey, the leader of the group is their servant.’ (Sunan Ibn Mâjah, Shu’ab Al-خ

mân Al-Bayhaqî)
Reliability
The Prophet said: ‘He who does not keep his trusts lacks in faith and he who does not keep his agreements lacks in religion’. (Shu’ab Al-خ

mân Al-Bayhaqî)
Accountability
The Prophet said: ‘The burden of proof is upon the plaintiff and the taking of oath is upon the defendant.’

(Sunan Al-Bayhaqî)
Responsibility
The Prophet said: ‘Each one of you is a guardian and is responsible for what he is entrusted with.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Morality
The Prophet said: ‘The most perfect of the believers in faith are the best of them in moral excellence, and the best of you are the kindest to their wives.

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî)
Nobility
The Prophet said: ‘None but a noble man treats women in an honorable manner, and none but an ignoble treats women disgracefully.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî)
Unity
The Prophet said: ‘Believers are like a single person; if his eye is in pain his whole body pains, and if his head is in pain his whole body pains.’

(Sahîh Muslim)
Family
The Prophet said: ‘The best of you is the one who is best to his own family, and I am the best of you towards my family.’ (Sunan At-Tirmidhî, Sunan Ibn Mâjah)
The Prophet said:
‘He is not one of us who does not show mercy to our little ones and respect to our elders.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî)
Efficiency
The Prophet said: ‘There are two blessings that many people fail to make the most of: good health and free time.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî)
Education
The Prophet said: ‘Seeking knowledge is a religious obligation for every Muslim (male or female).’

(Sunan Ibn Mâjah, Sunan Al-Bayhaqî)
Inquiry
The Prophet said: ‘The cure for ignorance is to question.’

(Sunan Abî Dawûd)
Vigilance
The Prophet said: ‘A believer is not stung from the same hole twice.’

(Sahîh Bukhârî, Sahîh Muslim)
Discipline
The Prophet said: ‘The wise one is he who has subdued his lower self and has prepared for what follows death. And the foolish one is he who has placed his lower self in pursuance of its desires and has vain hopes about Allah.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî, Sunan Ibn Mâjah)
Modesty
The Prophet said: ‘Modesty is part of faith.’

(Sahîh Muslim)
Beauty
The Prophet said: ‘Allah is beautiful and loves beauty.’

(Sahîh Muslim)
Hygiene
The Prophet said: ‘Purity and cleanliness is part of faith.’

(Sahîh Muslim)
Diet
The Prophet said: ‘There is no vessel worse for the son of Adam to fill than his stomach. A few morsels are sufficient for him. If he is to consume more then a third is for his food, a third for his drink, and a third for air.’

(Sunan At-Tirmidhî, Sunan Ibn Mâjah)
Nature
The Prophet said: ‘If a Muslim plants a seedling or cultivates a field, whenever a bird a human or an animal eats of it, it will be counted as a charity for him.’

(Sahîh Muslim)
Animals
The Prophet said: ‘Anyone who kills even a sparrow for no reason (should know that) it will cry alound to Allah on the Day of the Resurrection, saying, “O my Lord! So-and-so killed me just for fun; he killed me for no reason!” ‘

(Sunan An-Nasâ’î)
A’isha said: ‘I was once riding a difficult (slow-moving) camel, so I kept hitting it. When the Prophet saw me, he said: ‘Be gentle, for gentleness adorns everything in which it is found, and its absence leaves everything tainted.’

(Musnad Ahmad)
Is there any other leader who has blessed his followers with guidance and teachings so comprehensive and profound?

 

This is why we love our Prophet, Muhammad, may the peace and blessings of Allah be upon him.