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Hindu Text Cannot Support Islam

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in response to reader comment: Yes, prophecies from non-semitic texts can be used to prove and i'll show you why.

Submitted by Servant of Christ (United States), Oct 19, 2007 at 16:41

Hello again :),

Sorry late reply. Pleasure writing to you again.

It was a prophecy from Hindu text about Muhammad (S), but guess what it also says?

The prophecy didnt know what Muhammad believed in, thats why it said "Believe what he believes" It didnt mention Hindu gods or any of that.

Curiously, then why is it in Hindu text? Consider this, are you saying that this text overrules the Old Testament? There is no evidence of corruption in the Scriptures, only evidence contrary to this such as prophecy and the Dead Sea Scrolls. The Jews prophesied the coming of the Mashiach, Jesus. This Messiah would be God (Micah 5:2). The Prophet could not have been Arabic.

Only Jews were given the roles as prophets in all of the Old Testament. Furthermore, Moses said to the Levites that the Prophet would come from their brothers, the Judahites. Jesus was both the Prophet and Messiah and God.

A vague Hindu text cannot compare with that of the texts YHWH gave to the Jews. In the Qu'ran, not once was God's personal name, YHWH used. Throughout the Bible, God's personal name was used again and again. You say that the Hindu text is unalterable, then why is the Bible alterable? Why is the Hindu text unalterable and not the Bible?

The prophecy didnt know what Muhammad Believed in, it didnt say he was going to be a polytheist, just 'Believe what he believes' and 'Follow him' were the only things that it said about his religion, it didnt say he'd be hindu.

Can I have a reference to this passage? The matter is, the text was Hindu origin. If you consider it authorative then you must for all of the Hindu text. Hinduism is a very diverse religion with many different beliefs so that would fail to accomplish anything.

And the term "Mudgha" is used when something is chewed from the Side of the mouth, the Jaw, it's accurate enough, and in the Quran it also states that the Fetus is in the shape of a young leech, VERY accurate.

May I have the reference for these passages?

Hope we continue this, gotta run.

Ridwan

Of course, I understand. Forgive my late reply.

Answer this though, why is Jesus not the Son of God?

May God Bless You

I've enjoyed our discussion ^^

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