This explanation aims to peacably show, how dear Muhammad cannot be the ‘Comforter’ which Holy Scripture speaks of in John 14:26 – for the following reasons;
The purpose of this explanation is to show the context of Q5:51 of the Quran – for the sake of clarity on how it is not referring to ‘genuine born again Christians or zealous Jews who do not willfully sin etc.’.
Believing in Christ and observance of the Torah are also promoted, along with a reminder to abstain from any texts that take away from faith in God and Christ, and your observance of the Law of Moses – as if we do not move forward, all we do is go around in a circle.
The purpose of this explanation is to show that people of all different cultures/nations believe the Gospel, and that they also are instructed to observe the Law of Moses with their faith (Romans 3:31 ESV).
This article is primarily written for those who may currently be of the Muslim faith, as it demonstrates how a verse (sura) from the Quran is not in agreement with Holy Scripture.
Here, some very popular questions dear Muslims may have, are responded to in a peaceable way – all in hope that the responses might be helpful to you.
Table Of Contents;
■ Popular Question:
Do you think the Quran is true?
The 3-in-1 ‘trinity’:
The Quran says that there is no such thing as the ‘trinity’ – is this a good thing?
The Quran says ‘that G-d does not have a Son…’ – what does that mean?
Does the Quran really say that they did not really kill Jesus at the crucifixion?
■ Popular Question;
The Bible says ‘…here are two swords…It is enough…’ – Is this allowing violence?
■ Popular Question;
Is Muhammad a real prophet from G-d?
Circumcision, the Quran, and the Bible
The Sabbath, the Quran, and the Bible
■ Popular Questions:
Why not have ‘Ishmael’ in the title, when speaking of ‘the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob…’?
And why should we seek to do the commandments given to Moses for Israel
(The Ten Commandments and the rest)
– as we believe in God, and also in Jesus?
Is it necessary then to even read the Quran?
‘Unbelievers Judged By The Law Of Moses.’ And What Happens After Death? – (Revelation 20:12-13, Romans 2:12-13)
The purpose of this explanation is to show that G-d judges all people, even non-believers, by what He has stated is good and bad in His Law, the Law of Moses (Torah).
Revelation 20:12-13 will be explained and lightly re-translated legally later for support, to show that this is the case.
A brief explanation of what believers and unbelievers can expect after death (judgement, a potential long life above, ‘reincarnation’ back to this old earth) – is also given, with references.