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Was Muhammad a legitimate prophet (in Bible standards)?

Asked by: Soldier_4Christ
  • Mohamed peace be upon him is the last prophet

    If Mohamed was the devil's prophet as some of you suggested no Christian or Jew will be on earth .
    If you do some research on Internet especially in the history you will see that he was not fighting Christians or Jews ,but he was fighting the atheism because he believed that these two religions were monotheists ( what he was looking for is to convince people that there is only one god and the reason we are here on earth is to worship god )
    the coranthat we consider the book for Muslims was challenging everybody on earth for more than 14 century and he still authentic ,perfect and useful .
    I believe that the bible is a holly book and I believe that Jesus peace be upon him is one of the best prophets and his birth was a miracle exactly the same as Adam . And we believe that he will come back and he will rule the world and correct the misunderstanding related about the crucifixion .
    I invite you to see real debates ( Ahmed didate and the priest jimmy swagart ) and also to see Dr. Zakir naik videos and don't forget to have your bible next to you so you will be able to pause the videos and check what they say about the bible and about the coran .
    I am not a religious scholar but when I read the coran or bible I notice that they are coming from the same source except that there is only one coran and a lot of bibles which is confusing .
    Thank you for reading and god bless you all .

  • Comparing Apples and Oranges

    Defining Mohamed as a prophet using biblical standards is akin to defining Shiva by Atheist standards. Each religion believes it is the true religion. On such basis, anyone outside such would be deemed a non-believer or false prophet. It’s akin to stating apples are inferior because they are not oranges.

  • With Regards to the Christian Bible

    Muhammad would be more akin to a false prophet, as he came preaching a different gospel, creating his own laws and beliefs that are contrary to the known will of God. The Bible clearly states in Galatians 1:8 "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!" It also says that this sort of thing is to be expected and who is driving it; 2 Cor 11:3-4 "But I am afraid that just as Eve was deceived by the serpent's cunning, your minds may somehow be led astray from your sincere and pure devotion to Christ. For if someone comes to you and preaches a Jesus other than the Jesus we preached, or if you receive a different spirit from the Spirit you received, or a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it easily enough." Muhammad was a prophet for Islam. What he said should not be accepted or received by Christians, as the Jesus he preaches is not the Jesus of the Bible.

  • Medieval Christian views on Muhammad.

    During the Early Middle Ages, the Christian world largely viewed Islam as a Christological heresy and Muhammad as a false prophet. By the Late Middle Ages, Islam was more typically grouped with heathenism and Muhammad viewed as inspired by the devil. A more relaxed or benign view of Islam only developed in the modern period, after the Islamic empires ceased to be an acute military threat to Europe, see Orientalism.

    The earliest documented Christian knowledge of Muhammad stems from Byzantine sources, written shortly after Muhammad's death in 632. With the Crusades of the High Middle Ages, and the wars against the Ottoman Empire during the Late Middle Ages, the Christian reception of Muhammad became more polemical, moving from the classification as a heretic to depiction of Muhammad as a servant of Satan or as the Antichrist, who will be suffering tortures in Hell.


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