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Is it Harder to Convert or to Revert - One Does Not Blunder into Islam IF One Knows What to Look For

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 19, 2021 at 15:49

Presuming that an intelligent observation of the reality of Islam being a replacement theology (coming after the escape of Abraham from the religions of Ur, his children through Isaac and Jacob coming into favor with HaShem and later the first advent of Messiah), one must assume that after some fourteen hundred years of Quranic influences (some more intimidating than others) that enough evidence is mounted in which the issues of subjugating one's beliefs to a force of religion as opposed to surrendering to a love of God is estimated as the latter being better than the former.
In its own writings, the Quran, in its attempt to replace the theology of the Messiah with an unauthorized variant of the Torah, appears to reverse several hundred years, even thousands of years, of revelation that the Eternal Sovereign of Israel is, indeed, the true Deity to be worshipped; external evidence to that same effect is now available in such measure that one must seriously reject truth as found in the Tanakh if one desires to promulgate an alternative ideology, indeed an alternate religious theological system.
In ancient times, without the world wide web and the technological resources, it was easy to pervert the truth when destroying civilizations and the original stone/papyrus records of the religious system one intended to replace. That was the fait accompli of faith then; the truth survived and now the record is plain; true faith survived as well.
We have a further witness today; that the message of the Messiah is still extant and new believers from all walks of life, even amongst who now see the true differences between believing in the Jewish Messiah and those who are told otherwise in the Middle East regarding al-Mahdi; will tell that the rejection of the love of the Jewish Messiah will cost more than what this life has to offer; it is rejection of an eternity in love. Yeshua preached a kingdom of love by believing in Him; it is no more complex than that; there is no mistaking that
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