By Gabriel Said Reynolds
In 385 AH/AD 995 the Q Abd al-Jabb r, popular for his Mu tazil theological writings, wrote the "Confirmation of the Proofs of Prophecy," a piece that features a inventive polemic opposed to Christianity. Abd al-Jabb r reinterprets the Bible, Church background (especially the lives of Paul and Constantine) and Christian perform to argue that Christians replaced the Islamic faith of Jesus. the current paintings starts off with an exam of the debatable thought that this polemic was once borrowed from an unkown Judaeo-Christian workforce. the writer argues that Abd al-Jabb r's polemic is best understood as a reaction to his specific milieu and the on-going inter-religious debates of the medieval Islamic global. through interpreting the lifestyles and regarded Abd al-Jabb r, in addition to the Islamic, Christian and Jewish antecedants to his polemic, the writer uncovers the intimate courting among sectarian controversy and the improvement of an Islamic doctrine on Christianity."