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    True Prophet?

    Mohammed was not a true prophet. And I say that because, you see, the true prophet must receive a direct call
    from God, especially if he will be the founder of a religion. Mohammed didn't receive a direct call from God.

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Jesus & Mohammed

Is there are prophecies concerning Mohammed in the Bible?

 

Q9. Dr. Labib, before the birth of Christ, there were a great number of prophecies concerning Him. And someone's question is, is there are prophecies concerning Mohammed in the Bible?

Answer

To be honest, there are no prophecies concerning Mohammed in the Bible. Nevertheless, the Muslim clerics say that the prophecy in Deuteronomy Chapter 18 concerning Christ, which Moses has uttered, about the coming prophet, they say that this prophet like Moses is Mohammed. And they say that the Holy Spirit, if you change the name in Greek, it might be translated into 'praise' which is derived from the word 'Mohammed' or 'Ahmed' or 'Hamad' or something like that.

Then, of course, they are applying Isaiah Chapter 42, about the servant who's chosen by Yehova, as Mohammed. But all these prophecies, totally talks about something else. The prophecy in Deuteronomy Chapter 18 speaks about more a prophet like Moses. Mohammed was not a prophet like Moses. First of all, Moses was a miracle worker. Mohammed is not a miracle worker. Moses was full of wisdom. He was trained in the most sophisticated university of Egypt. Mohammed was illiterate. Moses led his people from bondage into freedom. What did Mohammed do? When you come to the Holy Spirit, it is a spirit, it is not human, so it cannot be applied to Mohammed. And when you come to the servant in Isaiah Chapter 42, chosen by God, Jesus Christ, according to the gospel of Matthew. So all the prophecies applied by the clerics in Islam, that they say that it indicates the coming of Mohammed, are not at all about Mohammed. And absolutely, emphatically, there are no prophecies concerning Mohammed in the Bible.

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0 #7 Timothy S Creekmur 2016-07-21 20:35
Peace Maddie. In response, with clarity, of Scholarly, and accurate reading of the "WORD-OF-GOD/BILBE, the WORD OF GOD, does not "GRAMMATICALLY, AND OR SHOW OR GIVE, ANY ENTERPRTATION of Scripture, showing that is has inclusion of what you stated as.."Having the same prophets of the believed, Islam. #1. (1st John 4:3 states..And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world. #2. The FULLNESS of YAWEH/GOD, as Jesus the Christ, in flesh, is given within this scripture...WHICH IN MIND.. the believed faith of Islam, accredits the prophet whom Yaweh inspired to write it(2nd Timothy 3:16)..who's name is, prophet ZECHARIAH...kindly read, and research(Zechariah 12: 1-10), upon reading this, ntoice the word..PIERCE, which in anicent Hebrew means..(DAQAR).TO GO THRU..whom does the bible say was PIERCED? let scripture speak for itself.
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0 #6 Timothy S Creekmur 2016-07-21 20:35
Peace Maddie. In response, with clarity, of Scholarly, and accurate reading of the "WORD-OF-GOD/BILBE, the WORD OF GOD, does not "GRAMMATICALLY, AND OR SHOW OR GIVE, ANY ENTERPRTATION of Scripture, showing that is has inclusion of what you stated as.."Having the same prophets of the believed, Islam. #1. (1st John 4:3 states..And every spirit that confesseth not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God: and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come; and even now already is it in the world. #2. The FULLNESS of YAWEH/GOD, as Jesus the Christ, in flesh, is given within this scripture...WHICH IN MIND.. the believed faith of Islam, accredits the prophet whom Yaweh inspired to write it(2nd Timothy 3:16)..who's name is, prophet ZECHARIAH...kindly read, and research(Zechariah 12: 1-10), upon reading this, ntoice the word..PIERCE, which in anicent Hebrew means..(DAQAR).TO GO THRU..whom does the bible say was PIERCED? let scripture speak for itself.
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+1 #5 Phil Horaia 2016-05-29 15:24
Christianity does not share all of Islam's prophets. Christianity doesn't have 'prophets' such as the Quran's Salih and Hud, and it doesn't recognise Adam and a number of other Biblical characters as prophets. Considering that Mohammad set himself up as a Messiah and denied the Crucifixion and therefore Christ's sacrifice, then yes, Mohammad is an antichrist. We need to bear in mind St Paul's words: "But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let them be under God's curse!" (Galatians 1:8)
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0 #4 Maddie 2016-04-27 23:04
The comment about the Antichrist seems very wrong. Christianity and Islam have the same prophets, and since Mohammed is a prophet in Islam, it kind of makes sense that he would most definitely not be the Antichrist.
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+3 #3 BobMetcalf 2015-03-03 14:02
While many commentators relate John 5:43 to the Antichrist, it certainly fits Mohammed.
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+8 #2 Karaz Bishara 2014-10-30 21:33
Nasr, we do not believe Jesus is the Holy Spirit. We believe Jesus is God in the flesh. There is a difference there. Isaiah 42 clearly refers to Jesus. In verse 1, God said, "Behold my servant, whom I uphold; mine elect, in whom my soul delighteth..." When Jesus was on the earth, God spoke twice of Jesus, saying, "This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased." See Matthew 3:17 and 17:5. Let us continue. In Isaiah 42:6, the Servant is called, "a LIGHT of the Gentiles." In John 1:6, 12 John writes, "There was a man sent from God, whose name was John. The same came for a witness to bear witness of the LIGHT, that all men through him might believe... as many as received Him, to them gave he power to become sons of God, even to them that believe on his name..." These are just TWO examples from ONE chapter - I could give you many more. Isaiah prophesied a Savior and John spoke of who that Savior was - Yesua el-Massih.
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-6 #1 Nasr 2014-02-06 11:45
The prophet was prophesied that he will liberate act of worshiping molten images among the inhabitants of Arabia. Read Isaiah 42. War in the cause of God was mentioned clearly,

Christians believe that Jesus is Holy Spirit to begin with. But if you read Isaiah 42:1. God said I WILL PUT MY SPIRIT ON HIM. Which befits prophet Muhammad (pbuh) as he received divine guidance at later age.

Thus it is not Jesus,
as he was born with Holy Spirit strengthening him (Muslims point of view). Christian point of view is Jesus = Holy spirit.
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