Donald Bossah Enemoh - Christians And Muslims flac album
Title: Christians And Muslims
Style: Roots Reggae
MP3 album: 1813 mb
FLAC album: 1232 mb
Other formats: AHX ASF VOC MP3 APE MP4 TTA
Genre: Reggae / Folk / World music
The music can be said to be a call to sanity in a world where values have gone topsy-turvy. It's message is addressed to the soul and conscience.
Muhammad's views on Christians were demonstrated through his interactions with them. He interacted with Christians while in Mecca. His views on Christians include his theological teaching of them as People of the Book as the Quran describes them, as earlier receivers of Abrahamic revelation, his interfaith dialogue with the Christians and the successful alliances between the Christian and Muslim communities.
In the aftermath of the March 2019 Christchurch, New Zealand, massacre in which a white supremacist gunman fatally shot 50 people at two mosques, some right-leaning observers quickly turned their attention to atrocities allegedly perpetrated by Muslims against Christians in recent weeks. On 16 March, Breitbart reported that Nigerian Muslim militants had killed 120 Christians within a space of three weeks since late February 2019
Christians and Muslims do not worship the same God. Christians worship the triune God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and no other god. We know the Father through the Son, and it is solely through Christ's atonement for sin that salvation has come. Historically, Jews and Christians and Muslims have affirmed many points of agreement on moral teachings. All three theological worldviews hold to a linear view of history, unlike many Asian worldviews that believe in a circular view of history. And yet, when we look more closely, even these points of agreement begin to break down. Christian trinitarianism is rejected by both Judaism and Islam
Christians and Muslims, she explained to Chicago's WTTW on Monday, worship the same God "albeit, differently. In no way did I make a moral equivalency between Jesus and Muhammad and Islam and Christianity. That would be offensive to my Muslim friends and it would be offensive to my Christian friends to pretend that the religions are the same or they are not different, either in practice or theology," she said. In making her claim that Christians and Muslims worship the same God, the professor claimed the authority of Pope Francis, and since Vatican II the Roman Catholic Church has become ever more explicit in its teaching that salvation can come without a conscious and explicit faith in Christ. This is simply not an option for Evangelical Christians committed to the authority of Scripture alone and to the Gospel as defined in the New Testament," he added.
Apart from this banal observation, Muslims and Christians do not worship the same God. I do not condemn those that think they do, but the deeper I delve into the Christian faith, the more I realize that this assertion is not only untrue but also subverts Christian orthodoxy in favor of Islamic assertions. Let’s start with the obvious: Christians believe Jesus is God, but the Quran is so opposed to this belief that it condemns Jesus worshipers to Hell (. 2).
Religious minorities, particularly Christians and Muslims, are feeling increasingly vulnerable," Ganguly said. About 80 percent of India's population of . billion people are Hindu, Stark said, followed by about 12 percent Muslim, two to three percent Christian, and under two percent Sikh. There are about 25 million Christians in the country currently, but there's been an increase in conversion among those of the lowest social class, once known in Indian culture as the "untouchable" caste, for whom Christianity is appealing, he said. He called the laws "social boycotts.
Do Muslims and Christians worship the same god? These are questions many Christians are asking these days, and for good reason. Feminist theologians have demanded that masculine pronouns and names for God be replaced with female or gender-neutral terms. Furthermore, Muslims claim that Allah has no son. This represents a head-on collision between the God of the Bible and Allah. For, as the Bible makes clear, the one and only true God is most perfectly revealed as the Father of the Son, Jesus Christ.
|A1||Dark Of Ages|
|A2||Tower Of Light|
|A3||Christians And Muslims|
|B3||Generation Of The World|
- Manufactured By – Polygram Records Ltd. Nigeria
- Recorded At – Rogers All Stars Recording Studio, Umuokpu, Akwa
- Mixed At – Rogers All Stars Recording Studio, Umuokpu, Akwa
- Backing Vocals – Chinwe Okonkwo (tracks: B3), Ify Ubozoh (tracks: B3)
- Bass – Ernest Mensah (tracks: B3)
- Drums, Congas – George Atomba
- Engineer – Eugene Nnaka
- Keyboards, Piano, Percussion, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Vibraphone – Larry Ubozoh
- Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals – Donald Bossah Enemoh*
- Organ – Dr. Ban Ago (tracks: B3)
- Producer – Larry Ubozoh
- Tenor Saxophone – George Orakpo
Donald Bossah Enemoh's Six track debut album comes in as a significant contribution to the general stream of young musicians who use music as a tool for social commentary. It is noteworthy that Donald's Decision to record this album was inspired by a dream in which he perceived his role in the society as one destined to convey messages through music.
The music can be said to be a call to sanity in a world where values have gone topsy-turvy. It's message is addressed to the soul and conscience. His songs attack not only the excesses of Christians but also the deviances of Muslims as in the title track. "Christians and Muslims". And his view is that fanaticism of any kind should be condemned. He recognizes that there is only one god worshipped by both Christians and Muslims and that they should unite to fight the agents of evil that are trying to thwart the good works of God. This Track therefor becomes a call for unity eclecticism in the same vein, the song which he calls "South Africa" explores the brutalities of apartheid and relates it to the world - wide issue of "in-humanity of man to man". The songs may be tropical but Donald infuses them with rhythms of various strains of music in the world, like, "Reggae which he incorporates in the song "Generation Of The World"
His Album is a significant contribution to Nigerian popular music an appeal for divine intervention a glorification of God, and a few knocks on our dying conscience. You should listen to it.
- Rev. Dr. D. C. Okeke, Rev. Dr. E. Ekpunobi,
E. Ohaeto, R. Uzoezie, E. Oguegbu.
I wish to express my inexhaustible appreciation and thanks to my Producer, Larry Ubozoh and all from who's experiences, knowledge and company i have immensely benefited.
My profound gratitude also goes to my parents for their moral and financial support
Dedicated to the lord
- Donald Bossah Enemoh