Malaysia to have Holy Bible, Word of God, in Jawi!

Khat, Jawi, blessing in disguise after “Allah” ban.

Church can help promote khat, Jawi.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

8 thoughts on “Malaysia to have Holy Bible, Word of God, in Jawi!”

  1. No big deal. There are already Middle Eastern Arabic bibles. Christianity is part of the middle east too. I have visited Jordan and UAE, the middle eastern Christians from Jordan use Arabic bibles and worship in Arabic. No big issue. Arabic and Arabic script existed long before Mohmmed PBUH was born. It has nothing to do with religion.

    I have no problems to see bibles printed in Jawi script for Malays to read. I myself would like to read the bible too. I respect it.


      1. There are plenty of spiritual truths in Islam. Sorry to say you are ignorant
        (1) The oneness of God. (Hear oh Israel, the Lord is one)
        (2) The sanctify of life (If anyone kills an innocent person, he has killed the entire humanity)
        (3) Rights for widows and orphans (taking care of the destitute of society)
        (4) The need for humans for the grace and mercy of God. (repentance)
        All these are values Jesus taught and upheld. It is found in the Holy Quran.


      2. God is the absolute truth.
        The oneness of God is the spiritual nature of truth.
        You choose not to see that way
        That is a choice you made.
        Truth is not defined by what Joe Fernandes agrees upon or not.
        Truth is already set for eternity by the Word of God.
        God is One. That is the ultimate truth.
        You are free to disagree, as you have a brain to form your own opinions
        But your opinion are not my truth or the truth of others
        The truth I believe in is set in the Quran, God is one. That is the ONLY AND ULTIMATE Spiritual nature of truth.
        Not nothingness.


        1. The spiritual nature of truth is not about God, spiritualism (seeking), Knowing (Guru), belief systems (something that exists only in the head) or religion (convenient vehicles for organisation, control and exploitation of human beings).

          God may exist or God may not exist.

          That has nothing to do with the spiritual nature of truth.

          The spiritual nature of truth is self-evident.

          There’s no need to prove them.

          They stand proven through individual experience.

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