The Muslim Use of the Errant Unitarianism of Sir Anthony Buzzard

I have engaged Sir Anthony Buzzard on a number of occasions. We engaged the relevant subjects on the Unbelievable Radio Broadcast on March 13, 2010, and I had to correct his constant assumption of unitarianism, esp. as it refers to the name Yahweh, at that time. Michael Brown and I engaged Buzzard and a cohort on the Jewish Voice Broadcast during the summer of 2010:

Once again, both Michael and I corrected Anthony’s constant yet unproven assumption of unitarianism. [I note that I am scheduled to debate Sir Anthony, one on one, in Hephzibah, Georgia, in early December]. Clearly, Sir Anthony cannot break out of the circle of his commitment to bland unitarianism, and as a result he finds himself being used regularly by Muslims (willingly, we wonder?). MuslimByChoice, whose channel nick should be changed to MuslimByConfusion, has posted the following video:

If one does not assume unitarianism my comments are, well, obvious. Only by cutting, editing, and ignoring context, can Sir Anthony attempt to create confusion and hence contradiction. He refuses to allow for the distinction between being and person, and on the basis of that refusal, asserts contradiction on my part. Yet, my very definition is based upon the distinction in usage and referent for the terms “being” and “person”. Hence, to reject part of my definition, import a different definition, and on that basis accuse me of contradiction is irrational. We have seen this error on Sir Anthony’s part many times. But what is MuslimByChoice’s excuse this time? He is citing a man who believes Jesus died and rose again. He believes Jesus is properly called the Son of God (in a much higher sense than Islam can possibly allow) and hence is someone who rejects the inspiration of the Qur’an and the prophethood of Mohammed. It is clear once again that MuslimByChoice chooses to use any source, no matter how inconsistent with Islamic doctrine, teaching, or history, as long as it looks like it is contradictory to the Trinity. Isn’t it interesting to see how dependent Muslims are upon enemies of the Christian faith, like Bart Ehrman, for example? Rejection of biblical teaching makes strange bedfellows, to be sure!