I hide to study the Bible and it brings me peace – Muslim girl

A Nigerian Muslim girl identified as Fatima Yusuf has summoned courage to open up on the peace she is deriving from reading the Bible secretly.

I hide to study the Bible and it brings me peace – Muslim girl

According to the lady who made this revelation on Twitter, she is surprised that the book that is so condemned is offering so much value to her.

“There’s just something about it that brings me peace” she wrote as she expressed the joy and state of calmness she receives when ever she hid secretly and read the Holy Bible.

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  1. The TRUTH doesn’t have to be blared or blasted for the Whole World to know, it can still be received and received & still bless LIVES without 2 much NOISE!

  2. In 1987, Bible scholar Richard Elliott Friedman wrote Who Wrote The Bible, a bestseller that was a true revelation in the field of textual criticism. Richard E. Friedman makes the claims of previous Christian scholars, as well as several Jewish scholars, who have made serious and argumentative claims that Moses was not the author of today’s Pentateuch, and that today the text of the Pentateuch is a compilation of four different texts, which were subsequently incorporated into a single text . In addition to criticism of the text itself, where many inconsistencies can be found, Richard E. Friedman also outlines logical inconsistencies that can be noticed by the average Bible reader. For example, if you read the book of Genesis, you will notice that Chapters 1 and 2 tell the story of Creation, in parallel, with many contradictions. It also seems that the Flood story has been told twice, and the chronology of the story is really confusing. There are also obvious contradictions in the law when reading the Pentateuch, for example, in how holidays are viewed. Lastly, the name that represents God varies from chapter to chapter. All these questions could be resolved by hypothesizing different authors of different chapters of the Pentateuch, which later merged into a single book. Particularly perplexing is the fact that throughout the text, Moses ‘dialogue with God is presented in the third person: “And Moses said to God – and said God to Moses,” indicating that the author of the text gave his idea of Moses’ conversation with God, and the crowning contradiction of the Pentateuch is description of the death of Moses, so Moses describes in the text when he died and where he was buried. Doesn’t it sound a little confusing?
    The second part of the Bible is the New Testament, which was written after Jesus, for decades and above all, by people who have never seen or listened to Jesus and his teaching. The oldest New Testament books are Paul’s epistles, thirteen. However, Paul never saw Jesus, nor did he teach his teaching, in fact, he wrote epistles to Christian communities of the time that were scattered throughout the Mediterranean. He never describes the historical Jesus, nor does he convey an authentic message, but rather he writes about the mythical Jesus and introduces two hitherto unknown Christian doctrines: Jesus died for our sins and Jesus was resurrected, however, Paul nowhere mentions either crucifixion or other vivid descriptions , mentioned by evangelicals who wrote their gospels decades after Jesus. And when we think that the inconsistencies or doubts are over, of the 13 epistles of Paul, only 7 are written by Paul, and the remaining 6 are in fact works by unknown authors, written in Paul’s name. Who wrote them, when? We do not know.But we know that about 80% of biblical experts agree that the epistles: Timothy, Titus, and Ephesians were not written by Paul, while scholars of Colossians and Second Thessalonians have a divided opinion.
    If we want to briefly check the authenticity of the gospels and their messages, we ask ourselves, who actually wrote the gospels? The answer is more than short: We don’t know, they were written by anonymous authors. When were they written? We are not aware of this either, since the dating of the gospel is mere speculation, although most Christian scholars agree that the oldest gospel was not written before 70 AD. The Gospel of Matthew was written around the year 70. However, Wilfrid J. Harrington states that the (anonymous) Matthew’s Gospel was written, probably between the ages of 40-50. The next page states that the author of the Gospel of Matthew used the Gospel of Mark as the primary source and the Gospel of Mark, and it is impossible that the Gospel of Mark was written before 65 AD. Doesn’t it sound frivolous and contradictory? Without delving into too much detail, Mark’s Gospel was probably written between 50-55. year. Some scholars believe that Mark completed his gospel net before the Temple was demolished in AD 70. The most widely held opinion is that the Gospel of Mark was written after the demolition of the Temple in AD 70. It is obvious that dating to the origin of the gospel is unknown, just like their origin. We know nothing about the authors, except for a few sporadic facts from the very text of the Gospel, such as that the author of the Gospel of Luke was a doctor who wrote his gospel to a nobleman named Theophilus, but there is no mention of the author’s inspiration; questioned the events and what he heard and then decided to write what he learned, no word on “inspiration”: “Many have already taken to writing the account of the events that have taken place among us, just as the original eyewitnesses and servants of the word handed them to us. So I intended to examine carefully all the events from their first beginnings, and to write them in order to you, the noble Theophilus, that you may testify to the reliability of the sciences in which you have been taught. ”
    If one says that the veil of the Bible’s mysteries and the inability to find out who and when wrote a particular Bible or specifically a New Testament epistle or gospel, it would be well to look at what the New Testament text records and how inspired the evangelicals really were.
    “It is known that the original Christian gospel was transmitted orally, so this oral tradition of transmission resulted in the transmission of different words and deeds. It is equally true that when the Christian report was put on record, it continued to be subject to alterations, unintentional and deliberate, by scribes and editors. ”
    But if even doubts about the authenticity of the Bible and its inspiration by Christian scholars and the criticisms they send are not enough, it is possible to take a short one-on-one test that can be performed by every Bible reader.
    Need to read when Jesus’ crucifixion allegedly took place ?! The Gospel of Mark states that Jesus was crucified the day after Passover , while the Gospel of John states that Jesus was crucified the day before Passover – which of the two is true?
    But the best representations of evangelical contradictions are Jesus’ last words on the cross:
    The Gospel of Mark:
    At nine o’clock Jesus cried out, “Eloi, Eloi, lama sabaktani,” which means, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”
    The Gospel of Luke:
    “It was about six o’clock, when darkness fell on all the earth, which lasted until the ninth hour. The sun is eclipsing, and the curtain of the temple is torn apart. Then Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit!” He said this and exhaled. ”
    The Gospel of John:
    “And when Jesus received the vinegar, he said, ‘It is finished.’ Then he bowed his head and gave up the spirit. ” What were the last words of Jesus on the cross? Not only are evangelicals contradictory in the “last words on the cross,” but even in the hour in which the crucifixion is alleged to have taken place, since some claim it happened at six and the other at nine. Such and similar contradictions of the Gospel are rife, from the genealogy of Jesus, the name of his brethren, to the crucial events that took place, and the crown contradiction is his “last words on the cross.” I will conclude with the words of the encyclopedia Brittannica: “At present, the facts state that all the books of the New Testament, with the exception of the four great epistles of St. Paul, have been more or less the subject of controversy and addition (supplementation) within the text.” If anyone still has doubts, let him take the Bible for a personal test and get basic guidance.

  3. If someone can search for the Handle of the said Fatima Yusuf you would never find such because it doesn’t exist at all

  4. God bless you Fatima! May your eyes be opened to who the real Jesus of the Bible really is because he is the only way by which we can be saved. In fact you pray only to HIM and no other.

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