In a previous submission, we claimed that any argument that works against polytheism equally applies to the Trinity. In this submission we will provide an example for this by using a less formal version of Burhan Al-Tamanu’ against the Trinity.
A brief debate with a Christian on the incarnation, that Imam Fakhr Al-Deen Al-Razi recounts in his Al-Arba’een fi Usul Al-Deen.
Our response to the one who asks: “how do you know that the Quranic challenge won't be met in the future? And if you don’t know, then how can you be certain that Muhammed is a true prophet?”
Christians claim that the single God exists as three distinct persons: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Muslims claim that this belief is false because several absurdities follow from it.
Christians claim that Jesus is God, who entered the world to die for the sins of man. Muslims claim that this is a false belief, because this is a change on the part of God, and it is rationally impossible for a beginningless being to change.