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Submitted by Servant of Christ (United States), Aug 8, 2007 at 16:12

Thanks for another response!

I'm sorry i cant say much now, gotta run.

No need to apologize. ^^

the prophecies he's made, or shall i say, Allah made in the Quran as how the Persians will conquer the Romans was not vague, it was crystal clear, and the signs of the day of judgement werent present in Muslim/Arab society that time, Muhammad (saw) said himself when asked of the day of Judgement, "Knowledge of it rests with my lord alone" the thing about Muhammad, he never wanted to be rich, he never wanted much of anything, he was very powerful political wise but he never misused it, like when someone asked him to curse the polytheists, he said "I was not sent to curse but i was sent as a mercy to mankind" he made sure that he was hungry one day, and not in the other because he wants to be reminded of being thankful to Allah. He also did miracles as well such as when there was no water at war, he prayed to Allah and water came from his fingertips which was enouh to suffice for the whole journey, or when they were striving with hunger after battl, they prayed and a fish jumped out of the water in front of them which was a lot more that enough to show how much thier devotion to Allah was, when they were hungry, they were forced to eat leaves! but they remained steadfast.

But these prophecies were written AFTER their fulfillment were they not? Also, these prophecies and miracles were not found in the Qu'ran but later works yes? But Muhammad kept much of the plunder for himself and also he took many wives (from various ages).

Even in Roman history, when an Arab came to Caesar, and when Caesar asked him what they normally say, he replied "Allahu Akbar" which shook the whole kingdom. Muhammad (s) when asked by his wife to pray for her, he refused and said, "my ummah. my ummah, my ummah" he was so afraid for the muslims to come. There is no point dying for people who dont deserve it,

Can you please simplify this statement please? I'm a bit confused.

one of the questions of the grave, is "how did you spend your time?" so whatever time you have, use it for Allah (s). People do become good, there is such as good and bad, Muhammad as so fair that even Muslims who didnt follow the proper islamic way but still believed Allah was the only one god, will eventually go to heaven but after some fair punishment, he was so fair even according to animals, if a strong goat butted a weaker one, in the day of judgement, the weaker will become the stronger and vice versa and will butt, it a lot more fair that people are judge according to their actions.

Even if Muhammad was fair, that doesn't make him the biblical Prophet.

So even if Jesus did sacrifice him self for the sins of humanity, many people still sacrificed themselves for christianity but their sacrifice seemed to mean nothing?

The sacrifice of Jesus was different than the martyrs. Jesus died so that everyone's sins may be forgiven and so enter Heaven. A Christian's death for Christianity DOES NOT get him into Heaven. Jesus' death gets that Christian into Heaven. Remember than all men have sinned; Christians have sinned, Muslims have sinned, Buddhists have sinned, atheists have sinned, homosexuals have sinned, heterosexuals have sinned, males have sinned, females have sinned, poor have sinned, rich have sinned, in short, EVERYONE. God rewards those who sacrifice themselves for Jesus but their sacrifice cannot get them into Heaven.

Muhammad was so uptight about spending time wisely, this story of two brothers in two times, one died from Jihad, and the other a year later, when asked which one will go to heaven first, he said the second one because he did a whole year of prayer, fasting and other things.

Again, no matter how godly he appeared to be. He could not have been the Prophet since he was not Jewish. Furthermore, Muhammad doing was is right does not mean that Jesus isn't our Saviour.

Thank you

No, the pleasure is mine. Thank you for your time and I hope we will continue this conversation.

God Bless!
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