If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants

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Written and collected by Zia H Shah MD, Chief Editor of the Muslim Times

This concept has been traced to the 12th century, attributed to Bernard of Chartres. Its most familiar expression in English is by Sir Isaac Newton in 1675: “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.”

While we, the Muslim Times’ Editorial staff, want to be remembered as those who preach love and compassion and interfaith tolerance, we find it very easy to expose the dogma of Christianity, where it differs from Judaism and Islam.  The best explanation that we can offer for the collection of articles that we have collected or written, as presented below, with very little effort, is the familiar expression by Sir Isaac Newton in 1675: “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of Giants.”

So, here is the collection without further ado:

If the Atheists and the Christians Debate, Islam Wins!

Pope John Paul II and Me: ‘Truth Cannot Contradict Truth?’

A Message of Compassion and Love from the Holy Bible

Pope Francis joins Pope John Paul II in evading conflict between Evolution and Original Sin

Evaluating Original Sin against scientific discoveries

Video: How Jesus Became God, by Prof. Bart Ehrman?

Refuting William Lane Craig’s: ‘The Birth of God’

65 Reasons to Believe Jesus Did Not Die on the Cross

A Journey from Christianity to Islam: First Ecumenical Council to Vatican II (325 CE – 1965 CE)

How Islam has Influenced Christian understanding of God

How Islam Taught Medieval Christian Europe Religious and Political Tolerance

Is Isaac Newton a Part of the Muslim Heritage: His Religious Views?

 

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