Tag: Kingdom of God

The Malady of Sectarianism & Reform Continued: Exegesis on the Book of Genesis by Dr. Omar


Exegesis on the Book of Genesis There are two works of Creation full of countless dominions chronicled in Genesis 1:1. Though pointedly brief, this verse covers aeons of what we perceive as time and contains initial reference to the ‘foundation of the world’ or… Continue Reading “The Malady of Sectarianism & Reform Continued: Exegesis on the Book of Genesis by Dr. Omar”

The Law of Moral Imperative by Dr. Omar


The Law of Moral Imperative[1]           Unless a man is regenerated from above, he cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven. – Hadrat Isa (Jesus) Restating in light of this study:          Unless a man is morally conformed to virtue by God’s grace, he cannot enter the… Continue Reading “The Law of Moral Imperative by Dr. Omar”

ZION and the New Man by Dr. Omar


Returning to Prophet Isa’s (Jesus) rejection as ‘King’ over tribes whose leaders authored these blasphemies, we should ask Christians: ‘how could Isa announce the coming kingdom and then take the scepter for an office Allah never decreed for any Jewish ‘son of man’ (i.e.,… Continue Reading “ZION and the New Man by Dr. Omar”

Kings, Jews, Kabalists and Talmudists: A Deconstruction of the Judaic Delusion by Dr. Omar


By Omar Zaid As for Freemasonic seneschals, satraps, Templars, Maltese mummers and the bureaucracy of this unfortunately all-too-real-fellowship of serpents, I spare just a few remarks in this chapter, as I already covered this lot of icon lovers extensively in other works: The Masonic… Continue Reading “Kings, Jews, Kabalists and Talmudists: A Deconstruction of the Judaic Delusion by Dr. Omar”

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