Thoughts and Truth from the Impossible Life

Doctrine of Abrogation

@umersultan There is no error in what was posted. All of it is completely accurate and comes directly from accepted authentic Islamic scholars, just not from Islamic Apologists that are obeying their religion through Taqiyya. When Osama bin Laden says Islam will dominate the world and that all is justified by the Qu’ran, Hadith, Sunnah/Sunnat and Islamic Apologists say Islam is a religion of peace, it is bin Laden who is being truthful.

And before you find it necessary to start quoting the Qu’ran about its peaceful Suras, they are subject to abrogation.

It is because Christians, and many Muslims, do not understand this doctrine of abrogation coupled with the nonchronological order of the Quran that they do not understand what is going on in the Islamic world at this time. On the one hand, many Islamic leaders will claim that their religion is a peaceful one, and quote passages from the Quran to prove it. On the other hand, other Islamic leaders will call for terrorism and jihad and base their call on the same Quran. Most of us would view this a simple matter of how the Quran is interpreted, but such is not the case. The peaceful passages within the Quran are found in the early days of Muhammad’s recitations, during a time when he felt that his new religion would be a unifying factor among “People of the Book” (Jews, Christians and Muslims). When his doctrine was ultimately rejected by Jews and Christians he turned on them and “was given” new “revelations” of war and hate to replace the former ones of peace. The surahs, which teach jihad against Jews, Christians and unbelievers, are all found in the later time frame of the Quran. Passages of a later date include 2:190-193,216; 4:74,89,91,95,101-102; 5:33,51; 8:12,39,60,65,67,69; 9:5,29,30,73; 47:4; 59:2-4,5,14 and 61:4. While such passages are scattered throughout the Quran, they are all chronologically of later origin and have, according to the doctrine of abrogation, replaced the former teachings on peace.

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Islam Fears This


The battle between mankind and Satan

Genesis 3:15: And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.

The seed of the woman (the descendants of Eve/mankind) and the seed of the serpent (demons, wicked humanity prior to Christ’s life on the earth, and all humanity not following Christ since His life, death and resurrection on earth) have been at war ever since! That should come as no surprise to anyone, but there’s far more to the battle described in Genesis 3:15 than initially meets the eye.

Genesis 3:15 carries us through the corridors of time from the Garden of Eden into the prophetic future when Jesus Christ would personally go to battle against Satan on our behalf during His life on the earth!

The battle between Christ and Satan

Genesis 3:15: And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.

Genesis 3:15 looks into the future when Christ would come to the earth as the seed of the woman to stomp the head of the serpent, Satan. In stomping the serpent’s head, however, Genesis 3:15 alludes to the fact Christ would Himself have to be wounded in order to do so. This is our first glimpse into the Gospel of Jesus Christ recorded in the New Testament, as recorded in the Old Testament!

Jesus Christ, the seed of a descendant of Eve, was born as an infant in human flesh. Later, as an adult, Christ would win the victory over Satan for all those who would accept Him as Lord and Savior when would He die on the cross of Calvary with his arms outstretched and His heels being bruised as He dug them into the cross to press His body upward to release the pressure from His diaphragm so He could both breathe and speak to those witnessing His crucifixion.

On the cross of Calvary, Jesus Christ stood in for you and I, paying the price required by divine justice – death – in order to reconcile all of us who would accept Him as Lord and Savior with God our Father.

January 29, 2011 Posted by | Christianity / God, Understanding Islam | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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