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Islam Did Not Replace the Cross - Could Not Replace that Over Which It Does Not Have Power

Reader comment on item: Jews and the Qur'an
in response to reader comment: 627: Muhammad massacred 700 Jews of Medina for refusing to convert to his

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 14, 2022 at 19:38

One of the biggest mistakes religion has made over the years in attempting to gain a higher status of religious superiority is that Islam may have claimed its superior credentials over the true belief of Christianity, but this could never be authenticated under the power of the True Spirit that ruled in the hearts of those whose lives were guaranteed in the Name of Yeshua, the true Savior. Belief in Him was not a factor of conversion, but of a higher faith than humanity could ever understand. In another words, Islam never understood true Christianity, so they condemned what they could not understand. It is the same today.
Those that kill in the name of the Quranic prophet do so because they cannot replace the hate they bear for those who do not submit for the love true believers in Yeshua have for His saving them in His love.
The blood shed on the cross two thousand years ago cannot be replaced by the blood shed in hatred of those who died believing on Him who died on that cross. Since it is written salvation is of the Jews, what did Isalm really accomplish in its failed attempt to become a superior religion?


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