Did Islam Copy From Zoroastrianism?

April 3, 2011 Comments Off on Did Islam Copy From Zoroastrianism?

The Main Argument is Revolved around  Arda Wiraz Namag.

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Was Zoroastrianism the First Monotheistic Religion?

April 2, 2011 § 2 Comments

Lets Examine the Myth of Zoroastrianism being the First Monotheistic religion  :

Date of Zoroaster:

Zoroaster Date

:18th Century
:10th Century
:6th century BCE(Yup A Hundred Years Before Cyrus)(From Wokrs Of Ammianus Marcellinus 6.32, 4th century CE)
:James Darmesteter Says its c. 100 BCE

There is no evidence of His existence so the Dates among Iranists are from Mythological Sources

Besides lets See what Tabari Says: Zaradusht bin Isfiman (an Arabic adaptation of “Zarathustra Spitama”) was an inhabitant of Palestine, and a servant of one of the disciples of the prophet Jeremiah. According to this tale, Zaradusht defrauded his master, who cursed him, causing him to become leprous (cf. Elisha’s servant Gehazi in Jewish Scripture).

The apostate Zaradusht then eventually made his way to Balkh where he converted Bishtasb (i.e. Vishtaspa), who in turn compelled his subjects to adopt the religion of the Magians.

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