This site has been broken down into many sections to assist anyone in proselyting or in rebuttals during discussions. The most important topics of discussion have been included and emphasis must be made that each section could have been further expanded on. It is recommended that you navigate the site from beginning to end.
This contents has been written in an easy to read style. Words which the author believe may not be understood by the reader, are defined or a synonym has been put in brackets adjacent to the word.

A lot of imagery has been used to help build a better picture and make the site more appealing to the non-avid readers. The selection of images used satisfies copyright restrictions and the budget that was assigned to this project. It is recommended that the reader uses the internet to search for additional images on topics and bold statements that the site makes.
Any additional research the reader wants to do, the reader is cautioned that there is a lot of misinformation on the internet and in books that have been published in the last two decades.

The text in this site is presented in four different colours: black text has been used for a brief narrative; green text are biblical quotes; blue texts are quotes from the Quran and the Hadiths; maroon text is for any other direct quotes.

The translations of the Bibles studied were mainly English translations. The versions of the Bible are many and are listed in the Bibliography. Next to each verse is the acronym of which translation has been used. For example King James Version will have the acronym KJV next to the verse, The New International Version will have NIV next to the verse.
Different versions have been used to demonstrate the inconsistencies in the bible, or to give the reader an understanding and a better flow of verses.

The Quran only has only one version, but many different English translations. The English translations virtually give the same message. In some cases parts of two translations were merged together (using synonyms from other verses) giving the same meaning of the verse, but giving a more simplistic understanding of the verse for the reader’s sake.

The majority of the site is a collection of verses and quotes which are there to educate the reader on the topic of the section. The quotes are confirmations of the point the author is trying to emphasise.
Words in verses or quotes that are bolded are done so to emphasise to the reader the point being made.

No images used in this site represent the unseen (heaven, hell etc.) or any of the prophets in any way whatsoever. The reader must be fully be aware of this.


“How can you say, ‘We are wise, and the law of the Lord is with us’”?
But behold, the false pen of the scribes has made it into a lie.” Jeremiah 8:8 RSV


“..If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples.”
"Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." John 8:31-32 NIV