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Secularistic View of Moishe, Yeshua as Jewish Prophets; Muhammad as Arabic Oracle

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 7, 2022 at 13:20

Reader Ludvikus' narration provides an interesting, yet derivative view of the origins of variant religious adherancy, all the while apparently being dismissive of the one ancient record that provides a more clear minded view of why the part of the world today that shares his particular view point have missed why all seems to be falling apart and so very few seem to know why.
The clue that is missing is made evident in the mistake of linking Muhammad with Moishe and Yeshua, the same mistake that allowed the world to get to where it is today and people are clueless as to why. This is in the process of being corrected as this is written; and getting it correct can only be achieved by reading the authorized version of history and not the Babylonian/Roman abridged version. That is how the secularist's got their false start; it has been about religion all along and getting that wrong is why so many are confused.

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