Arian Catholicism on Tumblr and a mysterious Hadith text

Atheists show cowardice in specifically dealing with theological nuances of Islam and how it is the most dialectically victorious faith
Lincoln Phipps WTF did I read ? “Atheist" is NOT the same as “Arian". Is the OP autocorrect playing up ?
Ishmael Abraham The post is intended to show to atheists why Islam is the most rationally consistent faith, and atheists use religious differences a lot as a red herring.
Lincoln Phipps No, your intent is to insult atheists and your evidence is that you post examples of a number of tumblr blogs, none of which are “atheist"
Ishmael Abraham If you find a rational concern insulting then your insecure ideology is built upon the brink of a fiery abyss(Quran 3:103).
Lincoln Phipps If Islam is victorious then it is as the antithesis. In time it will pass and remain as a residue in the cultural artefacts of society.
 Ishmael Abraham Islam has a spiritual resonance transcending Hegelian dialectic.
frederick-the-ii:
Kind of an off question for what’s usually on my blog, but I was doing some reading on Sir Issac Newton and I came across one of his archived notes, it was twelve points why he thought Arian Christianity was the correct doctrine of the biblical relationship between God and Jesus. Could I maybe ask my followers and the Lutheran/Catholic/Protestant/Orthodoxy and even Arian (if it exists on here) sides of tumblr to weight in on it?
Arianism is the belief that I primarily identify with, though it isn’t around anymore in an institutionalized form. It’s a hierarchical form of Christianity that stresses the inequality of the father over the son. It was favoured by Roman emperors, the first king of Italy; and Gothic, Vandal, and Lombardic warlords. Unitarians and Jehovahs Witnesses are sort of like modern, neutered Arians. For someone like Newton, who believed that our existence was subordinate to the laws of a greater force, this makes sense. He even defines the supremacy of God in terms of greatness, power, that which we are dependent on, that which has an affect on the future, and that which has a causal affect on us. Tesla once said that “what one man calls God another calls the laws of physics”, however, in the case of many natural philosophers, God and the laws of physics were one (if not highly interrelated).
  1. georgewashingtongenocidePagan heretics who need purged tbqh
  2. zenopopafrederick-the-iiThe great Orthodox Christian denominations – both Catholic and Eastern – would consider this a great heresy because it rejects the immaculate conception (mostly). Depending on when these Arians consider Jesus to have been “adopted” by God, it would also be heretical as it would reject the miracles of Christ (His birth aside). Protestants vary greatly in their beliefs and I would personally and perhaps incorrectly consider Arianism an extreme branch of Protestantism.
  3. frederick-the-iizenopopaThank you for the response; so in laymen’s terms, to an Arian, God did not give child to Mary, but instead, Jesus was already a born, but said “Hey, be the Messiah” to him?
  4. crownedpatriotfrederick-the-iiYeah. It more or less puts Jesus in the “Grand Prophet” camp than the actual son of God.
  5. mantheharpoons9frederick-the-iiTreadgold, History of Byzantine state and society, pg 35Also, Chadwick’s The Early Church and Jesuit schoolingTo be simpler, the Son is not a mere man made God. He is inferior to God, created by Him, but he existed before Jesus became man.
  6. gruene-teufelcrownedpatriotLutheran here. Our beliefs align similarly to Catholics. We reject any notion that Jesus’ birth was anything but immaculate conception, and that he was born as the son of God.
  7. artist-tyrantfrederick-the-iiArianism is the belief that I primarily identify with, though it isn’t around anymore in an institutionalized form. It’s a hierarchical form of Christianity that stresses the inequality of the father over the son. It was favoured by Roman emperors, the first kind of Italy; and Gothic, Vandal, and Lombardic warlords. Unitarians and Jehovahs Witnesses are sort of like modern, neutered Arians. For someone like Newton, who believed that our existence was subordinate to the laws of a greater force, this makes sense. He even defines the supremacy of God in terms of greatness, power, that which we are dependent on, that which has an affect on the future, and that which has a causal affect on us. Tesla once said that “what one man calls God another calls the laws of physics”, however, in the case of many natural philosophers, God and the laws of physics were one (if not highly interrelated).
  8. artist-tyrantAlso, it doesn’t dispute the status of Christ as the son of God. Newton explicitly puts the following argument forward in defence of Arianism: “It was the son of God which He sent into the world and not a human soul that suffered for us. If there had been such a human soul in our Saviour, it would have been a thing of too great consequence to have been wholly omitted by the Apostles."
  9. wilhelm-tellquiet-observationsArianism is a third century heresy that rejects the doctrine of the Trinity, saying that the Father created the Son. It says that the Son is subjugated to the Father in eternity, while the orthodox position is that the Son was subjugated only temporarily–that was His incarnation as Jesus. No serious Christians (including Protestants) are Arians. The immaculate conception refers to the conception of Mary, not of Jesus, and was only declared “orthodox” by the Vatican in the 19th century. I don’t know where Arians would stand on the virgin birth of Jesus, as it is irrelevant to their Christology.
  10. neorientalist-blog There is a mysterious word الأَرِيسِيِّينَ in a Hadith text (http://sunnah.com/bukhari/1/7) which some speculate means Arians in the Byzantine empire. Ishmaelite(Deuteronomy 18) Prophet Muhammad peace and blessings be upon him from the land of Kedar(Isaiah 42) sent an epistle to Byzantine emperor Heraclius to urge him obey him ( as there was no feasible alternative for freedom of salvation of the souls of subjects) so that he and his Arian subjects are saved through faith in him in accordance with Quran 7:158 48:13 3:85

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