posted on Oct, 14 2013 @ 05:02 PM
reply to post by FreeMason
So the Muslim Messiah is the Anti-Christ? Cuz that's exactly the opposite of who Christ is.
Peace to you!
Personally, I have not much stock in eschatological prophecies. However, I once was a devout Christian and I once was a sincere Muslim.
From an Islamic point of view, Muslims await the return of Isa (Jesus), just as the Christians await him. Islamic sources say that Isa (Jesus) shall
be the great unifier of "God's True Religion". It is foretold that the Muslims will campaign a genocide against the Jews. Isa (Jesus) will return
and kill the pigs and break the cross. Jesus will kill the AntiChrist along with his followers, then he will "correct" the Christian religion, unify
Christians, Muslims, and believers of God, and then rule the entire world under Shariah Law. Muslims will follow this Isa (Jesus) just as they once
followed Muhammad, and they believe they are on the righteous side of the real, long awaited Isa (Jesus).
Now,... from an objective point of view of comparative religion, it is very striking that the "descriptions"
of individuals and events
actually places Muslim beliefs in strict contrast to Christian End Time Prophecies.
Comparatively,... Christians will follow one man [Jesus? Antichrist?], while the Muslims will follow another man [Jesus? Antichrist?]. The Muslims
will say they are following the real Jesus and that Christians are following the Antichrist. The Christians will say that they are following the real
Jesus and that the Muslims are following the AntiChrist. Comparatively,... that is how the stories coincide.
Personally, I'd rather hope towards a peaceful foundation for a future,... not projecting energy towards any prophecy of death, war, and destruction.