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Part (2/8): Modern History Of Christianity – a lecture by Gary Miller (also known as Abdul Ahad Omer) Gary Miller or Brother Abdul Ahad Omer is a mathematician and a theologian. He was active in Christian missionary work at a particular point of his life but he soon began to discover many inconsistencies in the Bible. In 1978, he happened to read the Qur’an expecting that it, too, would contain a mixture of truth and falsehood. He discovered to his amazement that the message of the Qur’an was precisely the same as the essence of truth that he had distilled from the Bible. He became a Muslim and since then has been active in giving public presentations on Islam including radio and television appearances. He is also the author of several articles and publications about Islam.

Saint Brigid and the Celtic Church

16 Responses to Modern History Of Christianity – by Gary Miller (1/8)

  • colmkila says:

    Check the little film about the annual St Bridgid ceremony in Cill Dara. It’s title in youtube is ‘Fire Ritual – Derry Tune’ (a tune from Kíla’s latest album, Soisín)

  • mischa12 says:

    my middle name is Brigid.

  • dan1919breen says:

    my son had to write a story about her in school

  • Handitar says:

    I worship Brigid as a goddess. She gives me inspiration for my poetry, as well as protection. She is a wonderful goddess.

  • seonidh says:

    She was the daughter of a Kildare chieftain and her mother was a Scottish Pictish woman.

  • paganmetalinthewoods says:

    wait then who is pagan Brigid? idk about Irish paganism but i thought she was a goddess

  • Tirbrath says:

    Yes, Brighid was also a druid, as well as a Celtic Christian abbotess.

    I disagree with paganmetalinthewoods , Saint Brighid was an actual person, remians of her buidlings and sites still remain, and the great monastic way of life pioneered by her existed for centuries after her; though her name might not have been Brighid.

  • Brythonek says:

    Was the Celtic Brigid perhaps a devotee of Bride? An amalgamation of traditions. In my own Cornwall and also Brittany there are a lot of these shadowy Celtic saints with “magical” powers who convert animals and bless holy wells, these saints seem more “druidic” than “evangelical”.
    Benegys re bo dha hanow!

  • paganmetalinthewoods says:

    brigid was a goddess but it is said by some people she was made a saint so that it would be easier to convert the pagans because of there names

  • Brythonek says:

    Wasn’t Brigid connected to a Celtic Goddess Bride?

  • Catmaven says:

    Who is this lovely man?

  • Utubeguy666 says:

    god u church people XD jk! boring, however educational

  • PatriotsGame says:

    Lessons in arabic most likely, they should be teaching how the civilised western world was built on christian values and beliefs and how we should turn our backs on islam and its barbaric, backward ways!!!

    Anyway i’m getting side tracked grerat video!

  • PCSCZ says:

    I remember making them in primary school for St Brigid’s Day. Fuck knows what they are teaching the kids in schools today. 🙁

  • Tirbrath says:

    There is one hanging up in our kitchen 🙂

    They are beautiful, a relic and representation of Celtic Christianity, which still exists for those who know how to find it. It is in all senses far superior than “modern Christianity”.

  • PatriotsGame says:

    I’ve got a St Bridgids cross

    interesting video!

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