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Quran. 61:6—The Praised One—אגרון section 3

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According to section 3 in the work entitled אגרון Sayyidina Yahya or the Black Chief reclaims his position of rank amongst the prophets in the Quran.

He was, is, and always will be the spiritual head of the prophets. His name means life …what’s bigger than life? Leonardo Da’Vinci’s last and favorite painting was that of John the Baptist, and that’s not because  he was eating insects and honey in the woods my friends. -Ace Knight founder of  I Love Black Art 

Here he wears the clothes and displays the symbols of his class before a background of a vast universe of shining stars, artfully depicted by the artist Toni L. Taylor, giving John a spiritual importance denied him by many centuries of scholarly neglect. It is fitting that his countenance be that of Ace Knight, one of the leaders–if not the foremost leader–of the movement to restore John to his true importance in religious history.

-Shaykh Muhammad Nur Abdus Salam  

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John the Baptist has been misrepresented by scholars of both Christianity and Islam.” —Ace Knight

Ace Knight

John the Baptist:Prophet Yahya

THE BLACK PROPHET HE LIVES

The author re-examines the conventional ideas about the relationship between the Baptist and the Christ that most people have accepted for centuries as gospel truth. He uncovers manifest discrepancies in the biblical narratives that have dominated European and even Muslim thought.

Tim King discusses John the Baptist with Ace Knight

John the Baptist by Artist Toni L. Taylor

John the Baptist by Artist Toni L. Taylor

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Ace Knight: “John the Baptist has been misrepresented by scholars of both Christianity and Islam”

Amazing New Painting of John the Baptist By Artist Toni L. Taylor

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John the Baptist by Artist Toni L. Taylor

Tim King Global News Centre/Executive Editor

John the Baptist is traditionally depicted in the animal skins and sackcloth of a wild man in the desert, but this artist’s depiction of the prophet is quite different from most traditional pictures of John.

Here he wears the clothes and displays the symbols of his class before a background of a vast universe of shining stars, artfully depicted by the artist Toni L. Taylor, giving John a spiritual importance denied him by many centuries of scholarly neglect. It is fitting that his countenance be that of Ace Knight, one of the leaders–if not the foremost leader–of the movement to restore John to his true importance in religious history.

RENDEZVOUS AT DA VINCI’S JOHN THE BAPTIST

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Submitted by Robert Bangor

April in Paris! What a perfect time to visit the world’s most beautiful city! Mitchell and Margaret Ritchie had decided to take a well-earned holiday from their responsibilities in New York. Their eldest son was following in his father’s footsteps and had become an officer in the marines; their younger son was in a business school being groomed to take over Mitchell’s business when he retired. Margaret was now active in social services, especially those concerning fallen women and unwed mothers. It was a Saturday, and they were moving slowly through the collection of art and artifacts in one of the world’s greatest museums: the Louvre.

Was Jesus Crucified?

Agron Belica John the Baptist
Spiritual Beast

Spiritual Beast

In this book, Agron Belica offers a fresh interpretation of the momentous events on a hillock beyond the walls of Jerusalem nearly two millennia ago: the Crucifixion. Belica asks disconcerting questions about the received version of gospel “history” and gives free rein to his inquisitive nature. Many of his ideas and speculations will strike the casual reader schooled in the ancient Biblical Traditions with which they conflict as unhistorical, impossible, and unbelievable. Yet, when questioning established premises, the impossible may often be shown to be possible, as Socrates was fond of doing.

Unleashed: “Them Crazies…Cutting up them Babies”

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I first encountered Ace by chance several months ago whilst browsing some circumcision protest videos on youtube and was immediately struck by his songs: Day after day, and Leave those babies alone. What great tunes and such powerful lyrics. Also some superb graphics. This man really gets it!

A Master Of His Craft

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Checkmate!!!

Jay R. Crook, Ph.D. Global News Centre

In his latest song, Agron Belica throws down his gauntlet before the artistic world. While paraphrasing the wisdom of the revolutionary Spanish painter Pablo Picasso and invoking the spirit of the great Persian poet and mystic, Jallaluddin Rumi and his whirling dervish followers, Agron takes his stand and demands to be heard. Well done, Agron! Yours is a voice and a message to be reckoned with. Pay attention, world!

Review: Is it possible that Jesus did not die on the cross?

The Passion of the Baptist, Not the Christ

The Passion of the Baptist, Not the Christ

 

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As an avid reader of the Holy Bible, how many countless times have you drawn your own interpretations, and conclusions? How many versions of the Bible have you read, comparing ancient manuscripts to modern day Scripture?

As an open minded reader in faith, and Christianity, has your bias lead you directly to extensive research on the words, and works of Christ? Is it possible that Jesus did not die on the cross?

 

Tim King discusses John the Baptist with Author Agron Belica, Dr. Laleh Bakhtiar & Dr. Jay R. Crook

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One of the most powerful books I’ve read —Tim King Global News Centre

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Crucifixion theory: “Misdirection at it’s best” – Agron Belica (New Video)

CHECKMATE!

CHECKMATE!

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(BOSTON) – Recent research embodied in a new book by Agron Belica invites our attention to the predicament of John the Baptist, popularly known for little more than the story of his beheading by order of Herod Antipas at the behest of a seductive dancing girl, the infamous Salome.

His book, The Passion of the Baptist, Not the Christ, arguing from the chronological and historical evidence provided by the ancient Jewish historian Josephus and the New Testament about John, demonstrates that the story of his beheading is almost certainly spurious. Comparison with the writings of Josephus gives the lie to this scenario for, as the detailed scrutiny and evaluation of Josephus’s text shows, Herod Antipas probably did not order John’s execution until 36 CE, half a dozen years later than most datings of the event of the crucifixion. Belica suggests that it was the Prophet Yahya (John the Baptist) who was placed on the cross and survived the ordeal and not Jesus, in a case of mistaken identity.

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