posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 01:43 AM
Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
Originally posted by TinfoilTP
Originally posted by lonewolf19792000
reply to post by MamaJ
Research shows he was real, reincarnated many times, lived like we all live with a family.
He just so happened to remember his purpose because he was on a mission, to free the fallen
According to your interpretation. The OT clearly states who he is, the physical manifestation of God. The reason he is the First and Last is
because only One was needed, and because only One was needed it made him not just the First but the Last :shk:.
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lonewolf19792000 because: (no reason given)
This is an attempt to turn Jesus into the figure of the quran, a mere prophet who married like their prophet.
Oh I definately agree. By the 5th century gnostics were circulating Arius' and Valentinus' garbage. Even the Quran was ripped from the Holy Bible and
twisted. This is just like that forged "gospel of Barnabas" from the 15th century that Apostle Barnabas wrote 1500 years after his own death naming
Muhammad as Messiah :shk: and it's a fact Muhammad did claim Messiahship by saying he was the Messenger of Allah which translates as "Angel of the
Dude , tell me where did you get the idea that muhammad claim to be a "Messiah"? this topic is my favourite now and today i will blow some lid.
Messenger of Allah which translates as "Angel of the Lord".
1. One that carries messages or performs errands, as:
a. A person employed to carry telegrams, letters, or parcels.
b. A military or official courier.
c. An envoy to another person, party, or government.
2. A bearer of news.
3. A forerunner; a harbinger: the crocus and other messengers of spring.
4. A prophet: the messenger of Allah.
5. Nautical A chain or rope used for hauling in a cable. Also called messenger line.
tr.v. mes·sen·gered, mes·sen·ger·ing, mes·sen·gers
To send by messenger.
Muslims identify the prophets of Islam (النبوة في الإسلام) as those humans chosen by God in Islam (Allah) and given revelation to
deliver to mankind. Muslims believe that every prophet was given a belief to worship God and their respective followers believed it as well. Each
prophet, in Muslim belief, preached the same main belief of worshiping God (which in Arabic is translated as Allah) and in the avoidance of idolatry
and sin. Each came to preach Islam at different times in history and some, including Jesus, told of the coming of the final prophet and messenger of
God, who would be named Muhammad. Each prophet directed a message to a different group of people, and thus would preach Islam in accordance with the
times. Although many lay Muslims and many Western scholars and writers hold the view that Islam began with Muhammad in Mecca, this contradicts the
Quran, which says that Muhammad simply was the last prophet who preached the same faith that Adam preached to his children.
Islamic tradition holds that God sent messengers to every nation. Muslims believe that God finally sent Muhammad to transmit the message of the
Quran, the holy book which, according to Islam, is universal in its message. The reason the Muslims believe the Quran is universal and will remain
uncorrupted is because they believe that previous Islamic holy books, namely the Torah given to Moses; the Psalms given to David; and the Gospel given
to Jesus, were for a particular time and community and because they believe that, even if the books were corrupted, many prophets were still to come
who could tell the people of what was correct in the scripture and warn them of corruptions. Muhammad therefore, being the last prophet, was
vouchsafed a book which, in Muslim belief, will remain in its true form till the Last Day.
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