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The Byzantines' Did Not Preserve the Biblical Truth - The Tanakh Tells Why

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 17, 2021 at 16:57

So, this, the battle of Yarmuk, (and actually an earlier battle at Mu'tah) appears to have set the stage of a series of conquests that allowed supposedly overmatched Islamic forces advantages over Byzantine (Roman-Ruum) forces to begin the Islamization of the Middle East in such a way that further allowed Islam to claim a superiority over the 'Christian' religious ideology instead of believing the message of the Gospel of the Jewish Messiah.
Ironically, the message of the Gospel survives in spite of the Islamist attempts to eliminate that Christian message since Islam did not understand the Romanized form of Christianity did not represent its truth due practicing the religion of it and not the true faith. The Tanakh explains this in its prophecies and why it is still relevant today.

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