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Missions of prophets

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Submitted by Tarek (Egypt), Mar 11, 2008 at 23:19

Missions of prophets were to deliver a word message since man started to communicate . This message was carefully put to meet every age and also to be a witness to the age to come after it.

Thus prophets were actually handing their message to the next generation of a new prophet with same message but different in some issues, as a reminder.

To connect between these messages and knowing that they are of true origin ,God designed a concept in each message which was more like a theory of geometrical sense of logic capable only by a god, to prove to mankind that since the begining of time their was a one theory behind all messages thus proving by the word through a long period of time that their is only but a one designer of that theory , God.

This theory was translated each time with a different prespective by each nation, With God knowing that each nation will differ from the other in their response,he created a sequence of messages to testify for each other although of the mistakes of the understandingof each message. Thus proving in the end the true logic of these messages.

A very geometrical rythem with a perfect influence to prove many things since the main message was proven to be of a one origin.


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