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Basis of Anthipathy Towards Judeo-Christian (Messianic) Beliefs

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 19, 2021 at 21:55

In actuality, while it is taught by early observers that Islam is somehow related to Judeo/Christian beginnings, the reality is that theirs is a claim of replacement. That Islamic scholars attempt to incorporate certain Hebraic Scriptural references in order to validate the assumption that the Quran and other quasi-religious adages are 'replacement' reasons for a 'revised' interpretation of the Hebrew Holy Writ and subsequent Christian canon (the epistles). This is not done as unique or original to the extant body of the WORD of the LORD; but in rebelling to the idea that Judaic-Christian theology with its Jewish roots could be assessed as a belief system in anti-Semitic 'Gentile' congregations, a new theology was required as a substitute in order not to become 'one of them.' This is not as unique as many might think; but it is certainly the most vociferous form of religious enmity as there can be when considering how long it has lasted.
In actuality, it stems from the most basic form of anti-Semitism; tribal factiousness as is inferred by those who describe it as the ancient feud coming away from Hagar's expulsion. It does not get final resolution until the return of the Holy One of Israel to Jerusalem and the love of the Almighty Eternal Sovereign becomes the rule and law of the land.


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