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because she got to know me as somebody that really hated Islam. This is where I found David Wood apostate Prophet, so called Christian Prince. Now I am learning more about Mohammed quite amazing because I haven't seen a passage like that within the Bible. And that was absolutely mind blowing to me. As I said, I grew up hating Islam hating Muslims, all of that. People are partying, people are drinking, they don't care. Then the 30 years they still don't have kids. And he said, What? That's what Muslims believe in. That's weird. As a no, that's what we believe in. I might convert to Islam right now.
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Bismillah Alhamdulillah wa salam aleikum, greetings of peace. My next guest is a Macedonian Orthodox Christian, his family is from the Balkans, he was baptized from birth grew up in Germany, his only experience with Islam was through seeing Muslims who didn't practice it properly. And there were some really bad examples of it. So that wasn't an option. He ended up traveling the world and was convinced that religion was just a bunch of cultural norms, he returned back to Europe and felt a deep yearning for God, he felt empty, abandoned alone. So we returned back to Christianity. This is where it gets very interesting. He was invited to read the Quran by some Muslims. So he thought,
Yes, no problem. I'm gonna read the enemy's book and find the devil in it. So let's find out what happens next with our guests. Bobby, how you doing, Bobby? Hey, Eddie, I'm doing good. Thank you for having me. Thanks for accepting the invitation.
Thank you very much. So did we do that introduction? Justice? Is that kind of the timeline? Oh, man, that was fantastic summary, couldn't have done it any better myself and my own video. So tell me you, this video is very, very interesting. So tell us what happens from there. And now people are excited to know. So you're like, Okay, I'm going to read the enemy's book and find the devil in it. Did you find the devil in it? Yeah, as I said, in my own video, I really tried hard to find the devil within. But I couldn't find it at all. Because how could I in a book that worships God first and foremost. So for that, I would really have to go through mental gymnastics, to somehow convince
myself that this is a devil's book. Of course, I understand, however, that from a Christian Orthodox perspective, the faith is based on the crucifixion and the rising of Christ, obviously. Therefore, from that standpoint, you will see the devil written all over the book. However, as I said, in my video already, innately, I had humongous issues with the Trinity to begin with. And this is when I read the Quran, it just clicked. Right away.
You also talk about having been influenced by some of the leading Islamophobes that are out there that kind of pumped pumped you Abdullah. So can you talk about this? Absolutely. Man. Should I go back and tell you about my experience with Muslims? Or should I just talk about the Islamophobes? Both? Both. Okay. So in order for the viewers to really understand, as Eddie said, yes, my parents are from Macedonia, I grew up in Germany, in Macedonia, the last conflict that we had with the Albanians, which are Muslims, that was in 2001. I was roughly 14 years by that time. And this is what I've been taught. Those Muslims want to protect us. They want to take away our country, they
hate Christianity. And to be fair, there were incidences where the Albanians shot fire on churches. So there were incidents like that, for me that confirmed it, of course, and I said, well, the Muslims hate us. So therefore, why would I ever look into Islam to begin with, they were always the enemies. And this is what I've been fed in Germany, as I said, in my video, as well. All I've seen is a lot of criminality, when it comes down to Muslim youths.
Not saying that everybody was criminal, of course, but in my surroundings, where I grew up, many of them were involved in all kinds of criminality, dealing drugs, prostitution, even etcetera, etcetera, you name it. So therefore, I got an even worse image of Islam. When I found back to Christian orthodoxy, because this is what I've been baptized with.
I got really into the Christian worldview and with that, of course, Christian apologetics, and this is what
I found David Wood. I looked slightly into people like apostate Prophet, this whole he wants to call himself or a so called Christian Prince. And those people were very, very vocal about Islam. Essentially, they didn't talk much about Christianity to begin with. They talked a lot about Islam and how bad it was. And first, I just
sat back and said, Well, I'm confirmed in my faith. That's absolutely right. What they're saying, obviously, that's my experience with Muslims as well. And this confirms why they are the way that they are. This is why they are criminals. I even said, because their religion is violent. Obviously, David Wood showed it. This was really my perspective. Honestly, I do have to say, and I'm going on a little tangent here, but for my wife, it is the most surprising that I now read the Quran, because she got to know me as somebody that really hated Islam. I didn't just dislike Islam, Eddie, I hated it with a vengeance. Yes.
Why do you think it is that you have these people who talk more about Islam instead of their own faith?
I mean, obviously, like with also many counter movements, it appears that those people don't have too much going for themselves or are not too convinced of their own ideology. Otherwise, they wouldn't have to attack others ideologies. That's all I said. If you stand on firm ground, and you're convinced, within your own worldview, then all you have to do is shine a light, be an example and others can follow, then you wouldn't have to dismantle and debunk other things consistently.
Yeah, that's all I see that you kept saying, I heard you kept saying this powerful man powerful. You know, in your video explaining what would you mean by that? Now, what I meant by that is that just by reading the Quran, there were certain sentences that were simply as he said, powerful, because they were, if you look at them at first sight, they seem simplistic, but then I saw such a depth within those words, mind you, of course, I don't speak Arabic. So I had to read it in English. But nevertheless, it appears at first simple, but then you look into the sentence, and it gets deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper. And it's such a resonating effect. Because ultimately, one of my
favorite quotes is Allah guides whom He wills, right. So let's simple God guides who he was okay. But if you really look into it, first, you could assume God guides who he wills to the religion. Sure. But if you further dig deep into it, at least that's what I did. That's how I perceive it. I see that it holds true in every aspect of life, because God truly guides whomever he wills how He wills. Right now you're in America, your host of a show, I'm sitting here in France, somebody else's in Africa. He guides whomever he wills in the ways that he wills. So it's just this funneling down effect, which is beautiful about this book.
You also talk about when you open the Koran, and you saw
in the English, obviously Bismillah Rahmani Raheem that's in the Arabic original language, which the Quran has been preserved in. But in English, it was, say, in the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful. And you talk about being fascinated with this. Can you elaborate on that? Yes, it's, as I said, for most Muslims, this probably just common sense. And they are wondering what I'm talking about, because this is how they learned their religion, I assume. But for me, it was quite amazing. Because I haven't seen a passage like that within the Bible, where the text the verse, the Surah, starts with glorifying God. So in itself, again, pretty common sensical, you would assume
that this is how you should write within a holy book. But I've never seen anything like it. And then I proceeded reading, and I noticed that pretty much every Surah starts like that, first, there was a worship given to the Creator, and then it proceeds with the story. And that was absolutely mind blowing to me, as I said before, simple but powerful, yet again, I have nothing like that in the Bible, not to mock the Bible yet again, I have to say that the Bible, if anything is much more of a collection of different books, and there's a lot of wisdom within but the structure of the Quran, I would say was probably the most fascinating subject to me, because the message I got it after two or
three sewers, to be honest, the oneness of God.
structure itself, how it's built.
Stop, there was something that I still quite haven't found yet. When I say simplistic, don't get me wrong as well, because I think that it is much deeper than I can comprehend right now. And every time we talk, it's just this glimpse in time. So now you're talking to me. Tomorrow, I might have a different perspective on the whole subject in two years time, I might have a totally different perspective on the subject. I believe that it's way deeper than I can even understand right now.
Yeah, that was the one of the thing that you also, you said that it was the message was just very clear.
Yeah, absolutely. The message is very clear. And more over Eddie, that was so shocking to me, because, as I said, I grew up hating Islam, hating Muslims, all of that. And therefore the last thing that I would have thought about is that Islam is the religion of the oneness of God. So yet again, I understand for Muslims out there, this is crazy, because they know that Islam is a monotheistic religion, that is about the oneness of God. But for me, I thought it's about everything else, but that I thought it might be about wearing a hijab, it might be about the jihad. Maybe it's about not eating pork,
but not about the oneness of God. Because when I
went for my travels, it was 2014. I left Germany behind, and I went for an epic adventure, if you will, because I couldn't live in Europe any longer. I had many, many troubles in Europe, I never felt at home in Germany. And so I left and I went for a absolute adventure into the Amazon rainforest, where ultimately met up with the shamans, which are so called medicine men of the Amazonian jungle in Peru, and Colombia, and a drink their native psychedelic brew Ayahuasca. So this is a brew that you ingest. And then you go on a vision quest, if you will. So you will have visions, whilst consuming that.
Even there, I experienced the oneness of God. So of course, as in any tribal setting, people will add all kinds of other things to it. But even in that vision, I experienced nothing but the oneness of God. Then when I came back to God, when I came back to Christianity, this is what I was looking for. Because I already had all the spiritual experience in the world, I wasn't looking for anything more, I was looking for God, a direct connection to him, and more over something that will manifest it within this world. Because I realized, man, if I look around, people seem to be in a very, very strange state. Nowadays, family values are completely tossed over. People are partying, people are
drinking, they don't care, then the 30 years, they still don't have kids. And I was wondering how to bring all of those experiences into this world? How will I be now? How will I be in front of God, so to speak, and this is where religion clicked into place. But I didn't know as I said, that the oneness of God was the fundament of Islam. And this is what I was about to find out later on.
This is really deep. So very powerful analysis and story. And you also talk about battling for two years, with the whole Trinity. Can you talk about that?
Yeah, Eddie, as I said, after all of those experiences, I was seeking God, as I said, and it might sound naive, but I didn't know about the Trinity. And this might be interesting for Muslims, because Muslims, I assume, think that predominantly Christians just believe in the Trinity, and this is where we differ. But I would like to make the claim because growing up with so many Balkan friends, most don't really know about the Trinity.
My father, my mother, the Christian Orthodox, the Trinity has never been mentioned within our household. And not particularly because my father is against it. My father simply doesn't know about the Trinity, and told him about the Trinity. Half a year ago, after I studied Islam, I started studying Islam. And he said, What, that's what Muslims believe in. That's weird. As a no, that's what we believe in. Wow.
So this is why I want to give this message out. I know that you and your show you about building bridges as well. So just wanted to let you know that most Christians growing up they don't really know about the Trinity. Of course, they hear about the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit, etc. But they are not imagining God as a Trinity as a triune subject. Anyways, as I said, I was seeking God and then it was the first time that I actually
He started looking into orthodoxy. So I was the first one within my family, within my family to really look into orthodoxy and to really start studying the religion, because nobody else did it. We went to church for Eastern. And for Christmas twice per year. That's pretty much it. Nobody knew about it. So when I found out about it, I was absolutely shocked. And I thought, isn't it the Catholics? They believe in the Trinity? I thought the Catholics then I found out No, it's the Protestants as well. Hmm. So just the Jehovah's witness that don't believe in the Trinity. It was shocking to me. So the more I looked into it,
I had to come to peace with it. And I decided to make myself believe the Trinity because I found God within Christian orthodoxy. So what am I supposed to do? Now? I have to take the religion as a whole, I cannot just cherry pick certain pieces out of it and make it fit my own agenda. Because like that, I'm falling back into my own desires. So is it okay, I take it as a whole. Let me understand the Trinity for two years straight, was looking at it from every single angle. Mind you, not finding the word trinity within the Bible, either. So listening to Church Fathers listening to priests listening to podcast, trying to wrap my head around it, and ultimately realizing that the
Trinity is a concept that has been around within Greek mythology, and even within Hindu mythology, as well. So it's not something unique to Christianity or Christian orthodoxy. And once I
started reading the Quran, it just faded away. Even though one thing I have to mention here, I just forgot that I started watching Jessica Lee Peterson, and I know that he was on your show as well. And he was the only Christian that was against the Trinity. So he's a Unitarian Christian, I would say he likes to say that he's just a Christian. And it was him to begin with, that I started listening to and realized, man, that's what I'm thinking to. But you're the only guy that actually words it. And this is how slowly but surely, slowly, but surely, I just let go of that belief system again. Because I realized that just edit belief system, it's not something that it's innately within
my nature to believe it's something that I have been taught, that I tried to manipulate myself into, in order to understand Yeah, do you mentioning, trying to manipulate yourself into a Do you see that this is what a lot of people end up doing? They don't question like you, you seem very well read on the topic, you know, knowing the history and you have done your homework. But do you think that many people, they just kind of just, you know, just slide in on Sundays, and close their eyes, in their hearts to everything and just go with the flow without really questioning?
I mean, now the Christian is going to hate me again. Like also often on my channel, I always set up people. Well, that's fine. I guess, the Christians that I talked to, dear friends, close friends, family members, even many of those believe that it is a mistake with the Trinity, but they still identify as Christians nevertheless. And other people that wants to believe it. What I'm questioning is this, is it something that you can experience within because I am of the firm believer that God created us in a certain way that will resonate with his laws and with his created reality, otherwise, we will be just in confusion. So therefore, if God reveals himself in a certain way, of
course, we will never grasped the totality of God, but the revelation of God has to be relatable to us. So why would God reveal himself in a concept that leads to further confusion within the masses? And you see that it does, because you always have those examples, is actually not one plus one plus one. But it's one times one times one, and that equals one, it's always one. And I'm just thinking, Wow, that's quite the audacity to really believe that you grasp God like that. And now you understand that he's three in one. How did you experience that? I don't know one person that ever experienced the Trinity firsthand. How is that even possible? So I heard of people having a vision
of Jesus fine, or of people claiming they're filled with the Holy Spirit? Fine, but I never heard anybody really witnessing the trinity or truly understanding the Trinity in every single aspect of it. It is an intellect
hurdle that people have to go through, wrap their minds around, and then in the end, be convinced of it, either by other men or by themselves, because they themselves brainwashed themselves into it. And I know those are harsh words, but I can't see it any other way. Even if I look at intellectuals, philosophers that defend the Trinity, they have to do such mental gymnastics in order to defend it. And I'm really wondering, what kind of foundation will that give you in the long run? Even the Bible you see, Israel, Your God is one? Or does the court have? Okay, here you go. So what else do you need? Now? Why now? Do you have to conceptualize a Trinity within the unity? Oh, no, God is a
multiplicity, and not just a simple oneness. Okay, then you can be four or five as well. It can be six, maybe 1000. Where do you end? Why is just the Father, the Holy Spirit and the son part of it? Why not all the other prophets, then? That's what I'm wondering about, about the angel Gabriel, about all of that, but just all put it together and make an octagon? Could we do? Yeah. How about when it comes to the topic of Jesus in the Quran? You know, many Christians don't know that we as Muslims, we love Jesus is one of the mightiest messengers. Just like Abraham, Moses, God sent these messengers to call people to the worship of one and only one God to worship the Creator alone and
not his creation. So when you came to the story of Jesus, His miraculous birth, whole chapter named after his Blessed Mother, Maryam, what kind of effect? What were your thoughts on this? And what kind of effect did it have on you?
That I have to say, wasn't whilst reading the Quran, but prior to that, talking to Muslims, because I didn't know obviously, like most that Jesus is part of Islam at all that Jesus part of the religion. And yeah, once I found out about that, it was at first very, very surprising to me, because as I said, I grew up hating Muslims yet again. I have to say that here, and I believe that they hate Jesus, and that they hate everything that has to do with Christianity. I think they simply follow a guy called Mohammed. That's how I started back in the day. So you thought so you thought before that Muslims hated Jesus? Absolutely. 100%? Yes. And then when I found out about the verses
about Jesus, I thought, yeah, well, but they don't want to accept Him as the Son of God, and therefore they still hate him. Because they want to love him something, something else, something that they want him to be, which is not, because he's obviously the Son of God. That's all I saw that
tells me Now you talk about God is not the author of confusion. He also mentioned this was the less confusion going into this concept of the what we call the towhee, the pure monotheism of Islam, you know, the purpose of life while we're here, you know, the moral code, the blueprint for life, everything's kind of just laid out, the more you're studying it, it's like, it leaves less to guesswork. Absolutely, man, it's quite amazing, because as I said, first and foremost, I didn't know that Islam is the religion of a oneness, the religion of the oneness of God. And moreover, I have to say that once I returned to Christian orthodoxy, once I returned to God, because as a kid growing
up, I believed in God, like most people, I assume, I didn't believe in God, I wasn't too religious, then I had my excursion with a new age, with psychedelics, etc, etc. And then when I returned to God, all of a sudden, I started seeing those patterns. As I said, I started seeing those people, they're not really conducting themselves in a godly fashion. And that applies to all people nowadays, not only talking about Muslims or Christians, it seems that we as a society as a whole, and in this day and age, we can talk about one society almost because quite clearly, this is the push, as you can see that everything has to become one society, one government, we're all doing the
same things. We're all using the same technology. And I saw that we are all under the same spell. It seems maybe coming from the media, maybe from the institutions, that's a topic for another day. But seeing that we're all in that state. I realized, okay, when we follow God, we actually automatically become more conservative.
That's what I noticed. So up until now, I was making my own rules. It's totally fine if I don't hurt anybody. So if I want to party and meet some girls, and want to have a fun night out, it's fine. Nobody got hurt. Why not? It's all relative. Doesn't matter. But then I realized, huh,
Essentially, it is not moral, it is not ethical, there is always some damage that has been done intrinsically. And ultimately you're not getting around becoming more conservative. And when I became more conservative through that, even though I really want to distance myself from the political ideology, I'm just talking about conservative values.
Then all of a sudden, my, my eyes opened up to Islam because I realized, oh, wow, Islam is essentially, the most conservative religion there is. Because they're conserving family values like no other. They're conserving the male and the female roles, like no other. They're conserving eating meat, like no other as well. Because for people that don't know, I'm an ex vegan, I dabbled in that as well. And nowadays, there's a huge push for fake foods, soy schnitzel, soy drinks, stuff like that. And I saw that Islam reigned supreme, in conserving all of those values. And once I realized that just clicked, and this is when I was really open them to look even deeper into it. And since I
did that, man, the more I learn, the more I love about it, to be totally honest, because the more I learn about it, adjust see structures. That makes sense. And as I said, conserve family structures, family values, a functioning society, ultimately,
what were your thoughts? Before we conclude just a few more questions? On there's a beautiful example, if you can imagine someone going around a beautiful mansion house. And it's just fascinating to the eye. And this is an example problem Muhammad, peace be upon him is giving. And then the people are like, but there's one brick missing in this house, he said that I am that brick, you know, and so they see the whole house is finished, but there's just one brick missing. And the house is beautiful. It's fascinating. But then just that one is like standing out. So he said, I'm that brick, I am the final messenger sent to mankind. What was your experience now when you start to
learn about from the past? And now what you're learning about Prophet Muhammad?
Those yet again, Eddie, I have to repeat myself 10,000 times I have to say, Paul, first and foremost, I love this analogy. Very interesting. Right now, um, anybody heard that? Have you heard this hadith.
Or hearing for the very first time, it's very powerful yet again, I like the analogy. Right now I am learning more about Muhammad. And
ultimately, it makes sense of course, listening to it. It adds up for me reading the Quran, it simply seemed like a clarification, like a clarification of the confusion. That was spread beforehand. But as I said, already, one of my favorite quotes is Allah guides who He wills. So I think that ultimately, if you want to realize it, as a clarification, you want to understand as a clarification, will clarify many, many things in your mind, and will put you at ease. But if you don't, that's up to you, God will let you do that too. And then you will continuously suffer, even for Christians as such, if they want to stay identified as Christians, and this is what I'm at the
moment, admittedly, battling back and forth.
Ultimately, the Quran can guide you out of the confusion of Trinitarian beliefs, if nothing else, and put your mind at rest there so it can bring you back to worshiping one god if nothing else. And you obviously by now, no. And I often give this example like if you were living during the time of Abraham, this is what the beautiful thing for myself also is that Islam was named after a geographical location. It wasn't named after a human being. It wasn't named after a person, place or thing Islam just means to submit your will to one and only one god that just made so much sense to myself and then seeing that it was practiced during the time of Abraham and then kalima the Shahada.
You know, if you're living during the time of Abraham, you would say Lila law, there's nothing worthy of worship, except Allah, the Creator. And Abraham is the messenger during Moses time, same thing during Jesus's time, same thing, La ilaha illallah EC Rasulullah, that there's nothing worthy of worship confirming the oneness of God. Here, O Israel, the LORD thy God is one and Jesus is the messenger. Now for all of humanity, we say this is the same same statement that bring someone into his lab La ilaha illa a shadow and de la Allah. Muhammad Rasul Allah says, There is nothing where the word you see the pattern it just key is the consistency so there's nothing worthy of worship
except Allah acts of the Creator of the heavens in the earth, God Almighty, the one God and Muhammad is his messenger. So this is the the one that obviously brings someone into his
Islam. So you've kind of, you know about the shahada and everything and how simple it is. Yeah, okay. Yeah, but I never looked at it from that angle because I thought, even with the shahada when I read it the first time I thought, okay, so you're just talking about Mohammed then. And I didn't think that, essentially, you're just confirming the timeframe. And with that you're confirming the rest, you automatically confirm as soon as you say Mohammad Rasool Allah automatically, you include not exclude all the preceding messengers, Jesus, Moses, Abraham, you accept all of them. Because if you refuse one, you refuse them all. You. You can't just pick and choose, it's not a buffet.
Yeah, exactly. Yeah, I don't know how to know that. So that's the beautiful thing. And then obviously, you know about the, this is the six articles of faith, the five pillars, and once somebody who understands this is kind of like somebody's looking for, you know, a house that they're going to move into, they look for certain things, and if these things fit, then they go with it. Same thing with Islam, these are the main things because a person can end up studying Islam for their whole life. You got like you understand there's Muslims who have not read the entire Quran like you have.
Yeah, as I said, as a Christian, when you grow up, you don't automatically get born and then read the Bible on the first day. Yeah, so most Christians don't read the Bible either. Yeah. Well, we want to thank you. You're very brave, courageous, you know, if all of the hate that's out there, and you stepped above and beyond it, we hope and more people will be courageous enough to, to open up like you did. So you said, I'm going to read the enemy's book. And I'm going to find the devil in it. So I guess that's my last question. Now, did you find the devil in it but the devil is you talk about this also, that there is the mention of the devil warning against the devil saying oh that
bIllahi min ash shaytani Regina is saying I seek refuge with Allah from the devil. So how was that part?
I want to say that anybody that wants to claim that the Quran is of the devil, and I encountered plenty of them in the comment section, just read it yourself and go from there, man. The book glorifies God, pretty much on every page and warns of the devil. That's basically it in a nutshell. Of course there's much more depth to it as I said, but the main message you cannot mistake so if that somehow sounds like devil worship to you, I don't think anybody can help you then. So then I have to refer again to a lot of guys who he wills
so we'd love nothing more and we don't ever I know you're on your journey and that but we love nothing more to have you come into the house of peace right? Come into Islam into us to all to embrace you as a community of close to 2 billion all over and I hope inshallah God willing, do you ever traveled to Bosnia, Neville brother, I would really really love to visit I have been to Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece, Turkey even but never to Bosnia, I would really love to visit, Inshallah, we could reach out to find it next time I go there and see if we can get you down Be our guest. And on the summary again, so in a month or two, I'm sure a lot of Bosnians will
also watch this, and they'll reach out to you. And you might even be there before before I get there. But we also Yeah. So thank you very much for taking the time to be with us on the show and sharing your experience of Christian who read the Quran and look to find the devil in it, but found a lot more things besides that. Thank you very much for the Follow. Follow. Thank you. Do you speak? Macedonians? Do they speak?
It's not a really bosanski it was raised as the same. Yeah, very nice. I speak I speak, whatever you want to call it. serbo, Croatian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, I speak all of those languages. Very nice. May God bless you. Thank you so much. God bless you. Thanks so much. All right. Thank you. And that was Bobby, an Orthodox Christian, who said, I'm going to read the Quran to find the devil in it. And look what happened. So what would happen to you now? Why don't you do the same thing, and I'm going to make it easy for you. I'm going to make you an offer that you can't refuse. I'm going to give you a gift. And that gift is called the curse on translated into English because the original is in the
Arabic. And I'm going to go ahead and ship it to you. So go ahead and visit us at the D show.com. To get your free copy of the Koran to see for yourself. What is Bobby talking about as an Orthodox Christian, he read the Koran and you saw what he had to say
Let's see what you have to say. And after you read the Quran, go ahead and send us, send us your reaction to it by video, or by email, preferably by video, let's like to get your reaction after reading it, send it to us so we can share it out there and let other people also benefit. So we can go ahead and get more people to really come to know the truth for what it is and Islam for what it is. And you can go ahead and get the right information from the source go to the Quran itself, instead of listening to many of the people out there like our guests was he was listening to the top Islamophobes
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