David Wood Destroyed

David Wood destroyed. All his main arguments against Brother Zakir Hussein are faulty and can be refuted easily. Please see my video on the Bible Hoaxes on t…
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  1. I am lost for words here. This video just adds to the list of how pathetic
    and low muslims can get, they will stoop as low as possible and desperatly
    finding some bullshit way to prove their cult called islam.

    At 2:05 you have the audacity to ask if the covenant was only with Isaac or
    together with Isaac!..Isn’t the scripture clear enough for you?

    Then at 5:49 you said in Deuteronomy 33:2 The Lord came from Sinai can also
    be translated as The Lord said from Sinai He came..woow..this has got to be
    a new level of low that a muslim like you can get..

    You muslims are sooo desperate to prove your sand pirate ” prophet ” and
    his imaginary allah that you would twist something that is already clear as

    Keep up the good work..I am glad I belong not to a cult like islam.

  2. Lol you ve shown how weak wood was in this debate. May be you should do a
    video explaining the contradiction of ishmaels age in hebrew 🙂

  3. The targum use the word “shelim”. Same root for shalom, salam, Islam or
    muslim. A muslim is one who submits himself to salam. It means to be wholly
    in peace. wassalam

  4. no?….you dont think that this proclamation of “the sharing” of the
    covenant God made with Abraham in Isaac as well as Ishmael in the bible is
    atypically vague on its face and lacking of any further reinforcement or
    acknowledgement? i responded to your vid before i had actually watched the
    debate itself. it turns out that the argument that David made was the same
    argument i as thinking. i feel he refuted the claims thoroughly and there
    isnt anything i could add to it.

  5. yes i seriously think the word is token…because thats what it says. do
    you know what token means? i dont think you do. its a symbol or visible
    representation of something, A distinguishing feature or characteristic,
    Something that signifies, expression of something else, “shall be the
    sign”. the circumcision didnt create the covenant, it was a symbol of
    it…. a token of it. the Jews circumcise because God said they were to do
    it. the servants as well. even those not of your Abraham’s seed.

  6. ok, i see what your argument is. i didnt fully understand that you were
    questioning the translation of the original hebrew text and the arrangement
    of the verses etc. etc. far as that goes, i will say that im probably in
    over my head on this whole argument from that stand point…for now. aside
    from all that, taking the bible as it has been translated, if what your
    suggesting is true. dont you think there is a level of ambiguity and
    vagueness that is inconsistent with the rest of the book?

  7. //God goes on to say in the very next verse// There are no verse numbers in
    the Bible. Just continue reading. “I will make him a great nation and My
    covenant. I will raise Isaac whom Sarah will bear unto thee at this time
    next year”. As for the covenant, It is an agreement. Circumcision is the
    sign of the agreement. Once you put your signature you are part of the

  8. No. God made a covenant with Adam, Noah, Abraham, Ishmael and Isaac. Those
    are the early stories. The main theme of the covenant is “Only I shall be
    your God” The Tanakh continues to remind the Jews what God made with their
    fore- fathers not their fore-uncle, but also warns them what will happen if
    they break their covenant. Thanks.

  9. what do you mean read it as? it says “20 And as for Ishmael, I have heard
    thee: Behold, I have blessed him, and will make him fruitful, and will
    multiply him exceedingly; twelve princes shall he beget, and I will make
    him a great nation.” how are you reading it otherwise? God goes on to say
    in the very next verse “BUT MY COVENANT I WILL ESTABLISH WITH ISAAC, which
    Sarah shall bear unto thee at this set time in the next year” there is no
    mention of any covenant with Ishmael..at all, anywhere.

  10. 17:12 And he that is eight days old shall be circumcised among you, every
    man child in your generations, he that is born in the house, or bought with
    money of any stranger, which is not of thy seed.

  11. What if I read it as:- “twelve princes shall he beget and I will make him a
    great nation and My covenant”. Any problems?

  12. outside of the accusation of the translators of the hebrew text being wrong
    (the strength of that argument really remains to be seen) i didnt hear
    anything that would validate the claim.

  13. Thank you brother 🙂 O GOD, please bring me out of the darkness of doubt
    and favour me with the light of comprehension, O GOD open to us the doors
    of your mercy and unfold for us the treasure of your knowledge by your
    mercy O the most merciful of the merciful ones.

  14. uh, whats the confusion? KJV genesis 17:19-:20-:21 clearly state that God
    said although Ishmael would be blessed, that he would would make him
    multiply exceedingly, 12 princes he would beget and make him a great
    nation, god states in the verse before and after verse 20 that his covenant
    would be established with Issac. he said it twice. whats the issue here?

  15. as far as the circumcision thing, God says in genesis 17:11 that the
    circumcision was a TOKEN of the covenant between God and Abraham. ..a
    token. 18 And Abraham said unto God, O that Ishmael might live before thee!
    19 And God said, Sarah thy wife shall bear thee a son indeed; and thou
    shalt call his name Isaac: and I will establish my COVENANT WITH HIM for an
    everlasting covenant, and with his seed after him. your stretching for
    something that isnt there dont you think?

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