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Meet Al-Mahdi (the antichrist?)

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I stumbled upon this book written by Joel Richardson that does an exhaustive comparison of the Christian beliefs about the antichrist and Muslims belief of their messiah called Al-Mahdi. The similarities are very close and the book offers a strong case that Islam is potentially the one world religion spoken of in Daniel & Revelations. I highly recommend that you read this book if you are at all interested in this type of subject matter (or even if you are not). You can read it for free online if you don't want to buy it at

http://www.answering-islam.org/Authors/JR/Future/index.htm

 

http://www.thewatchmanstime.com/images/Jesus%20hid%20this%20thing%20in%20a%20map%20B.jpg <--- interesting map here

 

http://fp.thebeers.f9.co.uk/beast.htm <--- mark of the beast? (look at end of page)

 

Many of you may have noticed that Al-Mahdi is whom Iran’s president Ahmadinejad has been speaking of lately. His belief is that he must bring about worldwide destruction & chaos in order to cause the Al-Mahdi (the hidden Imman) to return out of hiding and take his place as the head of the Islamic Caliphate (Islamic papacy previously abolished in 1924).

 

"Antichrist Islam's Awaited Messiah: A fascinating study and comparison of the end-time beliefs of the World’s two largest religions. Through this groundbreaking examination of both Islamic and biblical prophecy, a frightening picture of a very possible future emerges. Discover the startling similarities between the biblical Antichrist and Islam’s Messiah figure known as Imam al-Mahdi. A must read for anyone who wishes to better understand Islam, Bible prophecy or the spiritual factors and the underlying forces driving the present early stages of a final clash of ideologies and civilizations."

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the true Mahdi is not the Mahdi that the Iranians are talking about. Iran is a Shia country and Shiaism is a TOTALLY different religion than Islam. They have completely different beleifs than mainstream muslims.

 

 

looks interesting though..

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Remember that "Revelations" was written a significant period of time after the life of Yeshua (aka Jesus) and that Yeshua claimed (according to some) to be the last prophet: therefore, any future prophecy, including the stuff told in Revelations, or Mormon prophecies, etc. can not be true if you believe what Jesus claimed.

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The important element here that needs to be stressed is that Jesus will then pray behind the Mahdi as a direct statement regarding Jesus’ inferiority of rank to the Mahdi.

 

 

this is an incorrect statement.

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I've never heard one islamic scholar explain Jesus praying behind the Mahdi as Jesus being inferior to the Mahdi. I always heard that explained in a way that showed how humble Jesus is and his respect for the Mahdi's position as imam (leader). Muslims never say that the Mahdi is better than Jesus. He was a propht and a messenger of God. One of the best of mankind.

 

That's the problem with non muslims trying to explain the quran or explain anything about islam in general. How can a non muslim who never studied Islam from it's proper sources take one verse of the quran or one hadith (saying) of the prophet Muhammad and go and explain it the way he wants to? On top of ALL of that, the conclusion he comes up with concerning a particular issue will almost always oppose the understanding that the majority of scholars hold. And if you think the so called scholars these people quote are trustworthy and knowledgable, think again.

 

But those who disbelieve invent lies against Allâh, and most of them have no understanding. (Al-Ma'idah 5:103)

 

No doubt! Verily, to Allâh belongs whosoever is in the heavens and whosoever is in the earth. And those who worship and invoke others besides Allâh, in fact they follow not the (Allâh's so-called) partners, they follow only a conjecture and they only invent lies. (Yunus 10:66)

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what do these people misunderstand about "there is none truly worthy of worship except the true God who created us" Why do they insist on worshipping a man who himself prayed to God? Nothing but long winded lying idol worshippers.

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youre obviously not a religious person to say something like "it's just religion" but let me ask you a question. Do you even beleive in God?

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God didnt include the dajjal or the mahdi in the reading(alquran) his last revelation to mankind,does it sound a little weird? important issues not in the most important book for the believers?

just think why did he do it,then tell me why...

peace

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-- And if someone were to say: "We do not take except what we find in the Quran," that person would be an apostate by consensus of the Community.

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