Thoughts and Truth from the Impossible Life

Open questions about Jesus to muslims

Open questions about Jesus to muslims:

WHY Jesus needed to be born of a Holy & Pure virginal birth.

WHY God choose to interrupt the process of human sexual reproduction of sperm & egg in order for Jesus to be born of His Spirit & the Pure womb of Mary?

Unlike Adam & Eve who God created for the purpose of human sexual reproduction by the mixing of their sperm & egg to reproduce their species & populate the earth.  Adam & Eve were created as the first of a species as was any animal whether it be a bird, dog, cat or even a rat, there had to be a first of every species.

Why when God choose for every species to be created by sexual intercourse & the mixing of sperm & egg, did God interrupt this proccess for the Holy Pure birth of His WORD Jesus Christ?

Why & for what purpose did God choose this ( once only) method?

Why did He choose for this child to be unique in Holiness & purity?

What was the purpose?

No human being was ever given such an honored birth, ALL human beings including the Prophets are born from an impure womb tainted by sexual intercourse, All except Him. WHY?

(CREDIT TO  an anonymous Facebook Christian)

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October 24, 2012 Posted by | Pending Classification | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Can We See the Christ?

Dieter F. Uchtdorf, “Can We See the Christ?”, Ensign, Dec. 2010, 4–6

One night a grandfather was reading a story to his four-year-old granddaughter when she looked up and said, “Grandpa, look at the stars!” The older man smiled kindly and said, “We’re indoors, honey. There are no stars here.” But the child insisted, “You have stars in your room! Look!”

The grandfather looked up and, to his surprise, noticed that the ceiling was peppered with a metallic glitter. It was invisible most of the time, but when the light struck the glitter a certain way, it did indeed look like a field of stars. It took the eyes of a child to see them, but there they were. And from that moment on, when the grandfather walked into this room and looked up, he could see what he had not been able to see before.

We are entering another wonderful Christmas season filled with music and lights, parties and presents. But of all people, we as members of the church that bears the Savior’s name need to look beyond the façade of the season and see the sublime truth and beauty of this time of year.

I wonder how many in Bethlehem knew that right there, close to them, the Savior had been born? The Son of God, the long-awaited and promised Messiah—He was in their midst!

Do you remember what the angel told the shepherds? “Unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.” And they said to themselves, “Let us now go even unto Bethlehem, and see this thing which is come to pass” (Luke 2:11, 15).

Like the shepherds of old, we need to say in our hearts, “Let us see this thing which is come to pass.” We need to desire it in our hearts. Let us see the Holy One of Israel in the manger, in the temple, on the mount, and on the cross. Like the shepherds, let us glorify and praise God for these tidings of great joy!

Sometimes the most difficult things to see are those that have been right in front of us all along. Like the grandfather who failed to see the stars on the ceiling, we sometimes cannot see that which is in plain sight.

We who have heard the glorious message of the coming of the Son of God, we who have taken upon us His name and have covenanted to walk in His path as His disciples—we must not fail to open our hearts and minds and truly see Him.

The Christmas season is wonderful in many ways. It is a season of charitable acts of kindness and brotherly love. It is a season of being more reflective about our own lives and about the many blessings that are ours. It is a season of forgiving and being forgiven. It is a season to enjoy the music and lights, parties and presents. But the glitter of the season should never dim our sight and prevent us from truly seeing the Prince of Peace in His majesty.

Let us all make this year’s Christmas season a time of rejoicing and celebration, a time when we acknowledge the miracle that our Almighty God sent His Only Begotten Son, Jesus Christ, to redeem the world!

December 20, 2010 Posted by | Christianity / God, Mormon Christianity, Societal / Cultural Issues, Understanding Islam | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

December 25

today, O God,
the soles of your feet
have touched the earth.

the back street,
the forgotten place
have been lit up with significance.

the households of earth
welcome the King of heaven.
for you have come among us,
you are one of us.
so may our songs rise to surround your throne
as our knees bend to salute your cradle.


-the book of common order,
church of scotland

December 20, 2010 Posted by | Christianity / God, Mormon Christianity | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Mary Did You Know – Clay Aiken

December 9, 2010 Posted by | Christianity / God, Mormon Christianity, Societal / Cultural Issues, Understanding Islam | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Youtube Discussion with a Muslim

  • She sought truth and found the big lie of the deceiver. Hopefully she will come back to the one true Lord and Savior. For answers to all those questions, go to

    paulmarcelrene 3 days ago
  • 5 hours ago


    The problem is not in the answers, the problem is in the questions themselves, you think that Christianity is true, so answer the following questions, and when you answer them, I will show everybody that you know nothing about God.

    1- Is Jesus God’s son?

    2- Does God sleep?

    3- Is there a judgment day?

    4- Is the bible the true message from God? (Which bible do you refer to?)

    5- What’s fate? Does God know our future and if yes, so how comes he punishes us for mistakes?

    BFouli 5 hours ago
  • 1 hour ago

    @BFouli 1. Jesus is the only begotten son of God.

    2. Sleep is a human condition, not God’s.

    3. Yes, there is a final judgment day with a pass or fail decision AS TO THE ETERNAL DESTINATION of each person.

    4. There i only one “Bible”, the Holy Bible as it is correctly translated from the original “books” that comprise it. Though, it is not all “scripture”.

    5. continued:

    paulmarcelrene 1 hour ago
  • 1 hour ago

    @BFouli 5. 5. There is no such thing as fate as defined by “that which is inevitably predetermined; destiny”. Our Heavenly Father gives us free agency to accept Him to follow ALL He has revealed, or to reject Him and choose eternal damnation which is defined as being away from His presence for eternity. God does not punish us for mistakes. He instructs us to repent of our sins and He will forgive us if we turn away from those sins.

    paulmarcelrene 1 hour ago
  • 3 days ago

    Shes gonna convert back out …….. who wants to bet?

    2012darkages 3 days ago
  • 5 hours ago


    Muslims don’t deal with people as if they were poker cards, so we don’t bet, but Christianity that insulted Jesus by saying that God sacrificed him, and left him get insulted and crucified and buried under ground, while Jesus is much more precious than that, Christianity is the religion of no logic, tell me does God sleep? did he have sex with Mary? Does he have sperms? Jesus being a form of God as you say is one third of God that people saw while bible says nobody saw God!

    BFouli 5 hours ago
  • 32 minutes ago

    @BFouli Your response to @2012darkages is not coherent. I will clarify the issues brought up. Christianity is the name given the followers of the Jesus, thus it makes no sense that “it” insulted Him or crucified Him. Jesus was crucified by the forces of Satan, who are opposed to God’s will. Jesus willing GAVE His life as payment for the sins of all who follow Him. Jesus was never buried. He was entombed, above ground in a cave, after death. Jesus was born to the VIRGIN Mary. -continued-

    paulmarcelrene 32 minutes ago
  • 25 minutes ago

    @BFouli Your response to @2012darkages (Part 2): Jesus was miraculously conceived in the womb of the Virgin Mary by God, as stated in John 1:14: “And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us.” In the Incarnation the divine nature of the Son was joined but not mixed with human nature in one divine Person, Jesus Christ, who was both “truly God and truly man” Jesus is the only begotten son of God, not God Himself. -Continued-

    paulmarcelrene 25 minutes ago
  • 1 minute ago

    @BFouli Your response to @2012darkages (Part 3):

    The Qur’an describes virginal conception of Jesus in Maryam. Mary had gone into a temple and was visited by angel Gabriel (Jibreel) to give the glad tidings of a holy son, that God had honored Mary among all women to give birth to a holy son, named Isa’ (Jesus), the Messiah (translated Christ) and he (Jesus) will be a great prophet, to whom God will give the Injil (the original Gospel). Jesus was created from the act of God’s will.


November 12, 2010 Posted by | Christianity / God | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment


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