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The Antichrist in Muhammad: Jesus as the Son of God Comments

One of the most important titles of Jesus in the New Testament is "Son of God."  It is an essential, uncompromisable kernel of the Gospel: "For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son, that everyone who believes in him might not perish, but might have eternal life."  (John 3:16)  Muhammad unequivocally rejects Jesus as the son of God, displaying, in all its darkened colors, the spirit of antichrist.  Continue Reading

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  1. andrew
    2 years ago

    The article highlights the process called deconstruction [In the British TV crime drama 'Sherlock', arch nemesis Jim Moriarty deconstructs Holmes]. Christianity does not deny the prophets in the Old Testament to prop up Jesus. Muslims have a right to know Jesus as the Only Begotten Son of God and that's the purpose here.

  2. Jorge
    2 years ago

    This is absolutely correct: muhammad preached and practiced(jihad, sharia,cohersion...)the ANTI-GOSPEL of the QURAN that denies CHRIST JESUS, the eternal son of God, his message and practice altogether.Muslims like to lie about this, trying ton attract christians with the false claim they also recognise or love, or respct Jesus in some way, recognising him merely as a prophet, something that goes totally against the bible, its message and teachings.islam is quaite simple immoral and unaceptable by all and any standarts. we should invite all muslims to renouce islam and to submit to the real GOD that is only in JESUS CHRIST, our LORD and SAVIOUR!

  3. David
    2 years ago

    Saying that someone is the Antichrist, or some other pejorative, because they are reject your theistic vision is offensive. Though I am not a Muslim, I concurr that the idea of God having a son, and the concepts of the Trinity and christology promulgated by the Council of Nicea and the Pauline branches Christianity are incongruent with true monotheism. Derisive rhetoric like this from Christians will do more to bring about the post-Christian era than Islam ever could.

  4. michael
    2 years ago

    Yes...well done. As Cardinal Newman stated more than once, Muhammad had the spirit of anti-Christ in him and prefigured that man of lawlessness like Antiochus from Maccabees, as well as Julian the Apostate, and later Fredrick the "Great." The Man of Sin, however, will be a Jew, most likely of the tribe of Dan. And wouldn't it be the perfect fit if this individual either brought about peace with the Muslims by betraying his own people or, more likely, he would lead a world wide purge beginning with Muslims. His focus would then be on Orthodox Catholics. Although Muslims have been an object of criticism in much of the western media, and are certainly deserving of such attention, a far more dangerous foe is secular humanism which is largely driven by secular Jews who are looking for a messiah in some ideology be it communism of the next stage in the revolution against Christ the King.

  5. William Fritz
    2 years ago

    Are you kidding me? Can we at least TRY, as Catholics, to be tolerant of other religions while disagreeing with them? There is no need to compare Muhammad to the antichrist. Didn't Christ tell us to love our neighbors?

  6. andrew
    2 years ago

    Tutored in darkness every time, Muhammad, must not be blamed entirely for his rejection of Jesus, the only Son of the Living God since the beginning of time. Japanese saying: There is no bad student, only bad teacher. Muhammad's tutor obviously hates Jesus.

  7. Indian catholic
    2 years ago

    Superlative fantastic article

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