Muslims don't claim that Mohammed was Creator God in Flesh. They think of him as A Prophet, and the greatest prophet of all, co-equal with Jesus. But they think of Mohammed as 'the prophet' of Deut 18.
Originally Posted by RAM
This cannot be as the effects of his coming did not establish the new covenant, new heavens, earth, nor do away with the power of the old. Mohammed did not satisfy the actions of the office of the 'new prophet'. Jesus did.
If I would believe in a Creator and a Loving Creator, of which there is great evidence in his creation; and of which I do believe; and if he had Created and formed man in his image of intelligence, and able to facilitate both spoken and written language and communication; would it be logical that this Loving creator would reveal and confirm aspects of himself and eternal life through those means? YES!!!, it would be logical and reasonable that this loving Creator would confirm aspects of himself, his ways and will; of Life, and His Love through the means of intelligent verbal and written records and communication.
Would it be logical and reasonable to consider that this LOVING and Good creator would leave a relatively [or very] reliable record of his communication.?? Yes, it would be relatively logical and reasonable to consider such occurrence.
Would it also be reasonable and logical for that loving creator to enter into his creation to give and confirm ample evidence of himself and his will and ways of life in order to satisfy any doubts and disbelief about him?? Yes, it would.
This would be a major difference between Islam and 'The Way' to and with the Father/Creator. Islam, I think, views Jesus as another prophet. The Chistian biblical concept is that the Creator himself came in the incarnation in the form of a man, making himself a little lower than the angels [in stature, rank and position] for a time. Hence both son of God, Son of man.
Islam, like judaism, to be honest, should then condemn Christ as a false prophet or twist the intent of his words, since Jesus claimed to be very God incarnate.
Mohammed is not much different than Joseph Smith in some ways...
Last edited by EndtimesDeut32/70AD; 05-24-2011 at 08:51 AM.
1Thess 4:8 He therefore that despiseth, despiseth not man, but God, who hath also given unto us his holy Spirit.
If you are oppressed and enslaved by religious law, you may have a tendency to oppress, enslave and attempt to lord over others who are free.