MUHAMMAD DENIES DIVINE SONSHIP OF JESUS (1)
“And…, while he blessed them, he was parted from them, and carried up into heaven” (Lk. 24:51).
1) Let it suffice that God uses any availability of human vessel to tell others of His divine will. Let it suffice that no age deters the LORD God from using whoever He deems fit for His mission. He is the Almighty, hence, the youngest of children or the oldest of adults, whether a Jew or a Gentile will be too easy for Him to be sent. The truth, however, is that whoever God sends must speak the true theological mind of Him Who has sent.
Prophet Muhammad claimed to be a messenger of the God of the Bible. That should not be any problem; should it? But when you read most of Muhammadan quotes, they are antithetical to the theological inspiration of the Bible. When was Muhammad born? Five hundred and seventy years after the ascension of Jesus Christ. He began his Islamic missionary work in 610 A.D., at age forty years. The Pentateuch had been in existence about one thousand, four hundred and fifty years before the Incarnation of Jesus Christ. The last book of the New Testament was written circa 100A.D. Now if you do the addition of 1450 plus 610 and the 33 years of Christ’s human life on terra firma, it comes to 2,093 years of the existence of the Bible before Muhammad began his Islamism. Some findings of G.J.O. Moshay, the author of the explosive “Who Is This Allah”, prove that the Qur’an comprises 75% of the Bible and 25% Islam.
The entire Qur’an (about 77,000 words) is 75% Bible and 25% Islam.
With the exception of Muhammad all other mentioned prophets (All Jewish) in the Qur’an did vaticinate saying, “Thus saith Jehovah”; Allah had no mentioning in their mouths throughout centuries of their Bible missionary vaticination. Millennia permanency of the Bible makes it the authentic scriptural relevance of theology. The Holy Bible furnishes its reader with historical dates, names, events and locations; all of which pass the tests of archeological and other researches. What else does one expect from the Bible, is it not the book of God’s Authorship? Without any scintilla of equivocation, I strongly believe that Muhammad should never have mentioned the stories, characters and events of the Bible to the establishment of his Islamic Qur’an. Prophet Muhammad should have limited himself to the twenty-five percent Islamic availability of the religion’s didacticism. But unfortunately, his dabble into the theological intricacies of the Christian divine protocolary exposes his stark ignorance or demonic assisted religious domination.
It is not possible to teach biblical theology without the possession of the Spirit of the Godhead. You cannot apprehend the Kingdom things except you have the Holy Spirit dwelling in your regenerated spirit. “…without me ye can do nothing” are the words of Jesus in John 15:5. Jesus, incontrovertibly, is the discernability of the invisible Creator. Check the entire Bible and you will never come across any event of any prophet or Christian minister of God going through any angelic assistance in the knowledge of the Word of God. Neither the Holy Spirit nor the One whose goings forth has been from everlasting, Jesus, took Muhammad through theological maturity. No wonder Muhammad saw himself as superior to Christ Jesus!
Could Angel Gabriel have visited Mary and Muhammad?
Gabriel, the visitant to Mary, told her these things, 31) “And, behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and bring forth a son, and shalt call his name JESUS. 32) He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest: and the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of his father David: 33) And he shall reign over the house of Jacob for ever; and of his kingdom there shall be no end” (Luke 1:31-33). Could this same archangel show Muhammad of Allah another book that vitiates the biblical facticity of Jesus’ Sonship of the Most High God? Angelic mention of “throne of David,” is Messianic; ask Jewish rabbis and they will tell you that the Messiah is the expected Saviour. God’s salvation, scripturally speaking, is only for the Adamic fall. Muhammadan Qur’an has a whole chapter based on the pious incongruity of demonism. If spiritually disembodied beings of demonism are nothing different from fallen angels, securely chained in Tartarus, who can never see salvation, how could Muhammadan Islam have dug up a salvation – worse than a mirage – for demons? Selah! If the kingdom of the Messiah is forever, would Muhammad ever be superior to the King of everlasting throne?
One of the Quoranic verses contending with the Divine Sonship of Jesus is from the 10th chapter called Yunus verse 68, which reads, “They have said, “Allah has taken a son.” Exalted is He; He is the [one] Free of need. To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth. You have no authority for this [claim]. Do you say about Allah that which you do not know?” Tafsir is Arabic for commentary on a verse. An abridged tafsir of the above Yunus 68 is: “Allah is Far Above taking a Wife or having Children…you have no proof for the lies and falsehood that you claim,…Similarly, Allah threatened and said: And they say: “The Most Gracious has begotten a son.” Indeed you have brought forth a terribly evil thing. Whereby the heavens are almost torn, and the earth is split asunder, and the mountains fall in ruins, that they ascribe a son to the Most Gracious. But it is not suitable for the Most Gracious that He should beget a son.”
The historic tomb of Jesus Christ was empty on third day, having resurrected.
Getting born again is a conscious effort on the part of an individual. Get born again. You were born in sin. Say this sinner’s prayer.
“Dear heavenly Father, I come to You now in the name of Jesus Christ. I believe in my heart that Jesus is the Son of God. I believe that Jesus died on the cross for my sin. I believe that You raised Him from the dead. I confess with my mouth that Jesus is Lord and I receive Him now as my Lord and my Saviour. I give God all the glory. Amen!”
(…to be continued…)
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