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The Antichrist in Muhammad: Introduction to the Series Comments

We have seen in our prior series entitled "The Heart's Witness Against Muhammad" how, in his moral fruits, Muhammad can be identified as a false prophet.  We will see in this series entitled "The Antichrist in Muhammad" how, in his doctrinal fruits, Muhammad can also be identified as a false prophet twice over.  This series is nothing less than an effort to be responsive to the Lord's warnings regarding false prophets.. Continue Reading

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  1. Karen A> Hester
    2 years ago

    Thank you for the informative article and wonderful comments.

  2. David Arulappa
    2 years ago

    The Holy Catholic Church in the name Ecumenism and the Religious tolerance is respecting all the religions and inviting all to come together. But, some of the Islamic fundamentalists especially Ahmad Deedat, Jakir Naik and others in the name dialogue, are criticising and creating confusion among the simple catholics. Therefore, the Church has the duty to prepare strong leaders to counter these so called intellectuals to protect the morale of the ordinary and faithful catholics.

  3. Fr. James Farfaglia
    2 years ago


    I appreciate the precision of your writing. In a world filled with the insanity of ideologies, your work certainly provides clarity for those who are objective and willing to at least think.

  4. abey
    2 years ago

    St. Paul's 'man of sin" & Daniels Prophecy of the Pseudo Christ are one & the same, "Pseudo" because he does things in Secret as the Bible says deceives the whole world through "Sorcery" which is to "Appeasings" the way the serpent used against Eve in the garden, which revelation can be known only from the written Biblical Prophecy, correspondingly.. The cue lies in the Biblical words of the manner "For many Anti Christs have come" to understand that the one to look for is the Pseudo Christ, & on this Mohammed does not fit for he is a known one. On the Spiritual level satan goes by many names in the Pagan called "Avatars" though pretending that he does not exist likewise his representative Physically would reflect the same called " Hidden In & By Deceit"' for in the beginning they hid themselves from God.

  5. andrew
    2 years ago

    The devil is in a constant battle with those who represent the truth as he can but represent falsehood. Hallucination is a tool the devil can use to his advantage. Every human is therefore susceptible to the lures of the devil unless one is convinced in the agony of truth. False prophets who have let themselves be lured by hallucination convince themselves that earthly pleasures are everlasting. Plural marriages are certainly one such falsehood that can be seen in Mormonism as also in Islam. Those who are born into such false happiness must realise it to begin the process of getting out.

  6. vance
    2 years ago

    Islam anti-Christ, I couldn't have said it myself. The more one knows about Islam the more one becomes aware of its anti-Christ stance. The anti-Christ Liberals and Marxists have spread the lie that Christianity was spread by the sword. The truth is that Islam was spread around the world by military conquest. Muslims didn't go into the world like our saints with sandals on their feet and walking stick in hand to preach and covert people. They converted people by the edge of the sword. "Covert or lose your head". Islam is not a religion, it's a cult. It operates like the mafia or a prison gang. "Blood in Blood out". A Catholic can choose to drop out and join another religion without fear of death. Not so with Islam. If a muslim decides to convert to Christianity, he's a dead man. Terrorist thugs do this to send a message to the rest of the crowd that says to anyone who thinks about quitting. This is a stone evil cult.

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