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  • The Gospel and the holy Quran.

    Hello dear brother Mario, I just want to ask a question for the matter of information only.
    Of course, as Daheshist we believe in the holy bible and in the holy Quran as well. They are both inspired to true blessed prophets.
    Now, there is a controversy, mainly between Christians and Muslims regarding the name of prophet Mohammed (P.B.U.H) being mentioned in the Gospel. Did the Dr. refer to that point? If yes what was his explanation regarding the name of the prophet not being written in our days?

    P.S. We know that the high spiritual fluids in the words of the heavenly books, is the thing that preserved them to reach our hands.

  • #2
    Originally posted by Y.S. View Post
    Did the Dr. refer to that point?
    Personally, I've never encountered a situation where Doctor Dahesh alluded to the issue of the name of the Prophet Muhammad appearing in the Old Testament, namely, King Solomon's "Song of Songs;" I'm assuming that's the "controversy you've alluded to, in your original post.

    Here's a thought: you could read the Doctor's version of the Songs, and see if the name appears in it, somewhere, somehow.
    "Fail, to succeed."


    • #3
      Thanks dear brother Mario for your reply, I really appreciate it.
      And, frankly speaking, as always, sorry for not clarifying the point, regarding my question.
      What I meant was about the name of the prophet of Islam being mentioned in the New Testament.
      Since as its written in the Quran, Lord Jesus preached the people of Israel of the coming of prophet Muhammed (P.B.U.H).
      So my point is: was the name of the prophet of Islam deleted from any of the Gospels or the epistles, in a certain time? i.e. did Dr. Dahesh mention that?
      As for the Quran verse it is as follows:
      And [this happened, too,] when Jesus, the son of Mary, said: "O children of Israel! Behold, I am an apostle of God unto you, [sent] to confirm the truth of whatever there still remains 5 of the Torah, and to give [you] the glad tiding of an apostle who shall come after me, whose name shall be Ahmad." 6 But when he [whose coming Jesus had foretold] came unto them 7 with all evidence of the truth, they said: "This [alleged message of his] is [nothing but] spellbinding eloquence! 8


      • #4
        Originally posted by Y.S. View Post
        So my point is: was the name of the prophet of Islam deleted from any of the Gospels or the epistles, in a certain time? i.e. did Dr. Dahesh mention that?
        OK, now I get it.

        I'm afraid I can't answer either question.

        What I do know, however, is that the New Testament (which was translated, compiled, and edited by humans) is not without its errors and/or omissions:

        Let's look at one example: John 7:53-8:11New International Version (NIV)

        We get to part where it says, "But Jesus bent down and started to write on the ground with his finger. 7 When they kept on questioning him, he straightened up and said to them, “Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.” 8 Again he stooped down and wrote on the ground. 9 At this, those who heard began to go away one at a time..."

        Here, I can assure you it's not the way it happened

        The Doctor and I were in the New York apartment, and he told me in no uncertain words, that Jesus Christ drew a FIVE POINTED STAR in the sand, at which point those each one of those who was about to stone the woman would see, before their eyes what sins they had committed, and ran away.

        Jesus never debated them, or tried to appeal to their logic, or sense of humanity.

        So, Doctor Dahesh himself told me that Jesus, in order to dissuade the men from stoning the woman, drew a five pointed star in the sand which caused every person to see before them a vision of what sin they had committed, and, as a result, run away! In fact, he said to me: "Imagine our Lord Jesus trying to talk sense into these people using merely words... they would have stoned him instead." I kid you know, he said "they would have stone him instead."

        So, are you truly going to believe that anyone in the Church (a body that historically burnt people at the stake, like William Tyndale, for having dared translate the Bible into a form the average person could read) was going to allow (assuming that was the case) the New Testament to contain ANY reference to Jesus prophesying about the prophet Mohammad? Do you really think that would've been allowed by the Church? The Church that made everyone believe that Jesus was born, not from a human woman, but from the Holy Spirit, and that he is GOD Almighty?

        Again, that doesn't mean it was there and it was taken out. Only certified documents that are the fruit of Spiritual Revelation could settle such a matter.
        "Fail, to succeed."


        • #5
          Our dear brother Mario, thanks so much for your elaborated reply. I really appreciate it and Of course I agree with you.
          You have my brotherly pure love and respects.