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Mankind Cannot Attain to the Thinking of Almighty God-No Human Logic Matches Biblical Thinking-Almighty God's Love in Jesus Christ Supercedes All in the Kingdom of Heaven

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Jul 7, 2008 at 17:43

Whoever said that the Holy Bible was to be logical to human thinking? You did not hear that from Jesus Christ; on the contrary we are told in many different places that the Holy Bible is confusion for those who do not believe in the Words of Jesus Christ. It is the basis of so many declarations of unbelief, which is inherent in the Quran.

Even to the rational human, there are so many things that have happened, are even happening as this is being written, that do not make sense. Where is the rationale that if a dad loves his daughter more than his own life, then we would not see a family honor killing of a daughter who trusted her father's protection, only to find that the dad preferred his selfish honor instead, and put the daughter to death to satisfy a selfish oath. Is that logical? No, that is not from the Quran, but the Bible. It shows the instability of a human heart doing the unthinkable.

But in the Holy Bible, in order to see the flow of Heavenly thought processes, even to the love He has for fallen humankind, which by the way cannot be revealed without the over covering of the Holy Spirit, we find that wisdom and understanding can be found for those who desire the truth of the mindset contained therein, but it can only come from searching with the faith of belief, or the search is in vain.

The multiplexity of personality of the Godhead, Almight God the Father, Jesus Christ the Son, and the Comforter that Jesus Christ sent, the Holy Spirit, are also aspect of belief that need faith to discern the truth. Faith is the key: unbelief will never open the door to understanding. Logic is the combination to the human understanding of human things and limited parts of the creation, but not heavenly things. It is from His love we find salvation through Jesus Christ the LORD, and the reconciliation that spares believers from His wrath.

Now from the Hadith you mention certain items that seem convenient to your understanding of the history, conveniently missing the time of Yeshua. In acknowledging Yeshua, you cannot leave out the facts of His birth, death, burial and resurrection. Physically speaking one can walk to every place that Yeshua did, except one, His tomb. Under the Biblical context, let us review your list.

Item 1. Abraham is the first of the people called the "Hebrews', the people later getting the name Israel from Jacob, who is called Israel by Almighty God.

Item 1A. In acknowledging Yeshua, you cannot leave out the facts of His birth, death, burial and resurrection. Physically speaking one can walk to every place that Yeshua did, except one, His tomb. By Biblical reckoning, the time of Yeshua's first revelation is near two thousand years ago in history, that the contemporary history of the world has begun its seventh millennium (approximately) as this is being written. The millennial age is just around the corner, prophetically speaking. This figures into the miscalculations of items 4 through14.

Item 2. Since there is no Islamic calendar prior to Islam, can we assume this is based on the Gregorian calendar, or is it the Julian?

Item 3. Acknowledged from historical sources.

Items 4 through 14. Assuming that the mathematics count for the aberrations in the earth's motions through space and within its own eccentricities, this is purposeful for those who ascribe Quranic control of Islam. Since it does not have corroboration in the Hebrew Holy Scriptures, little from a Biblical perspective can be addressed, except that it does not correctly account for the time we are facing now. It is also wrong on Item 9, 10, and 13, since due to unbelief in the Quran, Jesus Christ is incorrectly represented. Jesus Christ rules in Heaven now, and will do so on earth for the millennium. And for the record, being an immortal from before and after the resurrection (His former human body being transformed after His death on the cross), He can never die, unlike the rest of us humans who depend on Him.

Also, on Item 8, we will concede the end of Islam, contending only that the time for that to happen will be just prior to the arrival of Jesus Christ at His Second appearing. No one knows the exact time of this event, except to say that if a world peace does find a convenient moment to allow the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple on the property now controlled by the Waqf, one can start counting seven years or so until that does happen. Whether the al-Aksa Masjid or the Kaba'a are still standing at this point in time is pure conjecture for a Biblical perspective at this moment, and this reader has nothing to reference a specific fate for those prior to the arrival of the King of kings.

Further, wickedness does not get to enjoy eternity unrestrained, for it is so written; it follows the Adversary to his reward in the lake of fire. The Revelation does specify that the Rule Of Jesus Christ is forever, and that there will be no wickedness in His Kingdom of God, forever.

By the way, since the entire Holy Bible was written by Jewish hands (with one possible exception) is it not correct to say that from the Torah, Neviim, and Ketuvim, through the Brit Hadassah, it is all Hebrew Holy Scripture. Only in the modern human convention do the titles of Old Testament and New Testament find theri convenience-it is all the Word of the LORD.


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