A Debate about the Christian Claim of the Sacrifice of Redemption
As we have shown, the Christians believe that God became incarnate in the Messiah to suffer humiliation, crucifixion, and execution for the sake of purifying and saving humanity from the sin of their father, Adam (who ate from the tree), which was passed down from generation to generation, including the prophets and righteous men, as well as the Messiah before the crucifixion.
It should be said to them: This God, after doing to himself what he did to himself, in terms of the humiliation and denigration that you describe, for the sake of purifying you of sin and transgression and from the vices of this world, it is strange that he does not appear to have succeeded.
On the contrary, you continue as you were, with the same human nature, you live, you sin, you violate prohibitions, you kill and are killed, and you die, and everything happens to you that happens to all human beings.
So, what kind of so-called 'purification' do you claim for yourselves?
What about those people who come after this supposed sacrifice?
What about the rest of the sins, transgressions, and abominations you commit, especially during your so-called 'holidays' (Holy Days) and in your worship sessions that you take as a cover for spreading fornication, tribulation, and licentiousness? May Allah save us from the Christians' lies and blasphemy!