Have Any Of You Done Any Research On Islam's 'Final' Prophet?
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May 25, 2019 / By Rosemarie Question:
I'm gonna leave this little bit of research up to you . I did it, and I learned that the person described as Islam's 'final' prophet also certainly seems to be the same person Christianity describes as the Anti-Christ .
This information seems to be alluding many . Probably because everyone is so busy arguing about other things . Exactly what the Anti-Christ would want . Deflections. Confusion(oh, and the Bible clearly states the world will be in a 'state of confusion' when he emerges ).
I asked this question to open discussion on the topic . To challenge others to really check for themselves . And when you do the research(it isn't hard) and find the truth for yourselves, you too may be asking similar questions soon .
Your Opinions Please ???
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Myriam | 10 days ago
Yes, and you're right. The Islamic Mahdi is the Anti-Christ described in the Bible. Check out the similarities:
Bible: The Antichrist is an unparalleled political, military and religious leader that will that emerge in the last-days.
Islam: The Mahdi is an unparalleled political, military and religious leader that will emerge in the last-days.
Bible: the False Prophet is a secondary prominent figure that will emerge in the last-days who will support the Antichrist.
Islam: the Muslim Jesus is a secondary prominent figure that will emerge in the last-days to support the Mahdi.
Bible: The Antichrist and the False Prophet together will have a powerful army that will do great damage to the earth in an effort to subdue every nation and dominate the World.
Islam: The Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus will have a powerful army that will attempt to control every nation of the earth and dominate the World.
Bible: The False Prophet is described essentially as a dragon in lamb’s clothing.
Islam: The Muslim Jesus literally comes bearing the name of the one that the world knows as “The Lamb of God: Jesus Christ.” Yet the Muslim Jesus comes to murder all those who do not submit to Islam.
Bible: The Antichrist and the False Prophet establish a New World Order.
Islam: The Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus establish a New World Order.
Bible: The Antichrist and the False Prophet institute new laws for the whole earth.
Islam: The Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus institute Islamic law all over the earth.
Bible: The Antichrist is said to “change the times.” The Anti-Christ will change the calendar to omit the birth of Jesus Christ. Seek passage 7:25 in the book of Daniel.
Islam: It is quite certain that if the Mahdi established Islam all over the earth, he would discontinue the use of Saturday and Sunday as the weekend or days of rest but rather Friday, the holy day of Islam. Also, he would most certainly eliminate the Gregorian calendar (A.D.), and replace it with the Islamic calendar (A. H.) as is used in every Islamic country.
Bible: The Antichrist and the False Prophet will both be powerful religious leaders who will attempt to institute a universal world religion.
Islam: The Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus will institute Islam as the only religion in the earth.
Bible: The Antichrist and the False Prophet will execute anyone who does not submit to their world religion.
Islam: Likewise, the Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus will execute anyone who does not submit to Islam.
Bible: The Antichrist and the False Prophet will specifically use beheading as the primary means of execution for non-conformists.
Islam: The Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus will use the Islamic practice of beheading for executions.
Bible: The Antichrist and the False Prophet will have a specific agenda to kill as many Jews as possible.
Islam: The Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus will kill as many Jews as is possible until only a few are left hiding behind rocks and trees.
Bible: The Antichrist and the False Prophet will attack to conquer and seize Jerusalem.
Islam: The Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus will attack to re-conquer and seize Jerusalem for Islam.
Bible: The Antichrist will set himself up in the Jewish temple as his seat of authority.
Islam: The Mahdi will establish the Islamic Caliphate from Jerusalem.
Bible: The False Prophet is said to do many miracles to deceive as many as possible into supporting the Antichrist.
Islam: The Mahdi himself is said to control the weather and the crops. His face is said to glow. We can also assume that since Jesus is viewed as having been empowered by Allah to work miracles when he was here on earth the first time, he will most likely be expected to continue to do so when he returns.
Bible: The Antichrist is described as riding on a white horse in the Book of Revelation
Islam: The Mahdi is described as riding on a white horse (ironically from the same verse).
Bible: The Antichrist is said to make a peace treaty with Israel for seven years.
Islam: The Mahdi is said to make a peace treaty through a Jew (specifically a Levite) for exactly seven years.
Bible: Jesus the Jewish Messiah will return to defend the Jews in Israel from a military attack from a vast coalition of nations led by the Antichrist and the False Prophet.
Islam: The Dajjal, the Islamic Antichrist will gain a great Jewish following and claim to be Jesus Christ and fight against the Mahdi and the Muslim Jesus.
Bible: The antichrist spirit specifically denies the most unique and central doctrines of Christianity, namely the trinity, the incarnation and the substitutionary death of Jesus on the cross.
Islam: Islam doctrinally and spiritually specifically denies the most unique and central doctrines of Christianity, namely the trinity, the incarnation and the substitutionary death of Jesus on the cross.
Bible: The primary warning of Jesus and the Apostle Paul was to warn Christians of the abundance of deceit and deception in the last-days.
Islam: Islam is perhaps the only religion in the earth that practices deceit as one of its tools to assist its own ascendancy. It actually has a specific doctrine which allows and even calls for deception to be used to achieve its desired end.
Bible: The specific nations pictured in the Bible as being part of the final empire of the Antichrist are all Islamic nations.
Islam: All Muslims are commanded to give their allegiance to The Mahdi as the final Caliph and Imam (leader) of Islam.
Bible: From the Bible and History we learn that the final Antichrist empire will be a revived version of the Empire that succeeds the Roman Empire
Islam: The Empire that succeeded the Roman/Byzantine Empire was the Islamic Ottoman Empire
Bible: When Antichrist emerges, there will already be some form of system in place that will be poised to receive him as a Savior and to give allegiance to him.
Islam: is already the second largest religion and will at present growth rates become the largest religion within a few decades. Islam is awaiting the coming of the Mahdi with a universal anticipation.
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Originally Answered: Have you as an indivual read an actual biography of Muhammed the prophet of Islam?
You are 100% right about Mohammad(P.B.U.H). I don't know why people don't use their commonsense and search for the reason behind whatever He(PBUH) did.
They say wrong things about Mohammad(PBUH) without knowing the truth.
According to the Islam a lady can marry whenever she get to the age of pupity/maturity. Age of pupity in different countries is different and it keep on changing according to the atmosphere,climate,diet etc. Today the modern science tells us that, the closer to the equator, the age of pupity is earlier. In America as well as in India, there are girls and at the age of 10,there is pupity and it is also not unique. It is common. So please everyone don't forget that a little knowledge is dangerous.
Marriage of Ayesha (ra) with Muhammad (peace be upon him) : Dr Zakir Naik
Besides Muslims, there are several honest and unbiased non-Muslim historians who have acclaimed that prophet Muhammad was the best human being. According to Michael H. Hart who wrote the book, ‘The Hundred Most Influential Men in History’, the topmost position, i.e. the number one position goes to the beloved prophet of Islam, Muhammad (pbuh). There are several such examples of non-Muslims paying great tributes to the prophet, like Thomas Carlyle, La-Martine, etc.
I would have to give DW the points if it were up to me.
He wrote a pretty good thesis on the subject and actually gave references where most people just say "It aint's true!" or "Right on!"
The supporters of Islam didn't offer much in the way of reference, not nearly as much as DW's Blog.
I've never read the Quran extensively, though I have sampled it on several occasions through translation sites. The fact that those Islam contradicts the Bible (its followers mostly believe that the Quran is the "final testament" and that any Biblical contradictions in previous books of the Bible are "man made".
As such, it is hard to compare the two if you believe in the inerrancy of the Bible.
So, at least in some things, you will have to either believe the Quran or the Bible but cannot do both.
That being said both books are laden with what would be considered by modern law to be terrorism.
The Quran does say to terrorize the infidels (being anyone who does not convert to Islam).
The Bible says suffer not a witch to live. Since we have this wonderful freedom of religion in this country, a witch is perfectly legal. And yet the Bible commands, more or less, not to let them live.
To wipe out every witch in our country could be considered an act of terrorism or at the very least a serial murder.
Don't get me wrong. There is some killing in the Bible that I agree with. I'm very much an eye for an eye kinda person. But I find it amusing that Christians tend to take the pedestal on killing (I'm not speaking of the Crusades since, technically, the Catholic faith does not necessarily follow all the tenants of Christianity). I'm talking about things we've done in our own country and in Europe for that matter through "typical" law. Before any Islamic fanatics ever flew a plane into anyone's building, we were killing people by the town full and using the Bible as a political weapon to get folks out of the way we didn't like.
I don't like terrorists. I don't even care much for the Quran, personally. But what, exactly, is your proposed solution?
If its about changing the laws so that any practitioner of the Quran cannot come into office then that flies int he face of civil liberties.
If it is a warning only then you are wasting your breath because it has been designed that no one will know the time of the End (despite what the Quran tries to correct on this I believe if there is an end we will be blind to it).
If it is simply another "Don't for for Obama" thread then if you look up redundant in the Dictionary it says "See redundant".
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As you say "the person described as Islam's 'final' prophet also certainly seems to be the same person Christianity describes as the Anti-Christ".
Mohammed copied most of the quran right from both the Old and New Testaments consequently similarities abound. He also took 'poetic license' where it suited him.
My advice is not to spend too much time analyzing it. In my opinion the web will open up the pages of the quran like they have never been opened before and once people start to read what is printed there islam will die. Islam will go the way of Leninism and Maoism; you know anyone asking questions about those philosophies?
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I personally do not believe in an anti-christ figure. True the world is confused but it always has been, is this way right or is it that one why should we do this when this is so much better at the time, it goes on and on. It is all a matter of how you look at things, Truth afterall is relative there is no definitive truth since the way each person sees it is different. Take for example religion most claim their religion is the one of truth but it is true for them the way they see it but may not be for the way you see it.
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There's no doubt islam is antichrist and The Antichrist will probably arise from it. End time prophesies of islam are from satan's point of view. God does not call for the destruction of Israel, but allah does. islam says that the Imam Mahdi will show up before Jesus. Mahdi will be around for 7 years, spread islam, fight Christians and Jews. That sounds like the Antichrist.
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Interesting... Muhammed (pbuh) is considered the final prophet od Islam. Maybe you should study a little more about the religion of Islam considering Islam is waiting for Jesus (Isa in arabic) to return to fight the "anti-christ" (in Arabic "dajjal") on the day of judgement as well...
And Jesus shall be a sign for the coming of the hour of judgement:Therefore have no doubt about the hour, but follow ye Me: this is a straight way.
For someone who mentioned the Mahdi, the thoughts on him are primarily Shiaa, which make up 10% of Muslims.
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The daggal does sound just like the antichrist.
But then again all religious books have these theme of the good and the bad......
The good coming back after a long absence and the bad fooling everyone....
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Yea Majeed you tell them U CAN all take your empathy about ISLAM sell it to the ignorant on yahoo.
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Let this link speak for me.
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