Jrsus predicted about the incarnation of Muhammad

The Holy Bible - The Holy Bible is the holy book of the Christians.In this Book containing the Old and the New Testaments.
@bhanusb (5709)
India
September 4, 2009 2:16am CST
In Islam it is said The Holy Einzeal(The Bible) was came to the earth on the 13th day of the Holy month of Ramadan(fasting month of the Muslims). The last messenger(prophet) of God Hazrat Muhammad born 570 years after the death of Hazrat Eesa(Christ).Hazrat Eesa predicted the incarnation of Muhammad. In the holy Koran it is said,"You the Bony Israel remember,the Hazrat Eesa the son of Mariam said, you have the Holy Book Taorat that I support and after me God will send the prophet Ahmed and I'm giving you this good news." In Koran it's said,Muhammad was that prophet Ahmed. Is any thing like this said in the Holy Bible?
9 responses
10 Sep 10
Look here bhanusb, you have your chronology all mixed up! How 'Einzeal' (The Bible) come on earth in the fasting month of Ramadan? Islam started about six hundred after Jesus. And you say that 'Einzeal' (The Bible) comes six hundred years Jesus and has all the content of times of Jesus and his 12 desciples! Then what did the Christians read during these six hundred years?? Muslim can go ahead believe anything. Even the Qu'ran.
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@bhanusb (5709)
• India
12 Sep 10
But the Muslims believe that Quaran is the final message Of God and Muhammad is the last massanger(Prophet)of God.
• India
5 Sep 09
dear freind...the bible present today is not the authentic one..it has been mastered and changed many times by the then pope and other christian fellows..so there is no point in discussing the bible..we dont have the actual bible...so the only actual book of god present right now is the holy quran whivh has never been changed and will never be changed...
• United States
5 Sep 09
Even if your theory is right (that the Bible today is nothing like the original), there would still be a point to discussing it. Do you know why? Because Christians, such as myself, are sons and daughters of the God of Abraham just as you are. In order to achieve peace we must respect one another's religions and not make such frivilous statements about what over 2 billion people in the world believe to be the Holy Book of God.
• United States
5 Sep 09
by the way - are you a real prince?
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
5 Sep 09
Is there any actual book of God? The preachers of religions claimed they got the book of God. It is something bluff to innocent people.
• India
4 Sep 09
There is nothing to support this thesis. If jesus has really predicted the arrival of muhammad, then it would have been clearly mentioned there. the problem is much more complicated that what it is. a fictional character predicting the arrival of a person who will claim himself to be the last prophet looks very silly. firstly muhammad was aware of the truth that jesus is a fictional character created by the early church fathers out of the existing stories that were floating around in that area at that time. he simply took advantage of the same and declared himself as the last prophet.
@Tushavi (2078)
• Karachi, Pakistan
4 Sep 09
you are wrong
@vandana7 (63838)
• India
4 Sep 09
Oops, I am learning. Liberated in thinking - aren't we? I too felt that no god or prophet could ever be creating separate parties like our political parties. :) These are stories, because few knew how to read or write - with plenty of subjective opinions. And therefore, the records are all fudged. And this is true of all religions! Having said that, some of the points in each religion are really good. Rather most of the points in each religion are really good. Linking religions is like using insulation tape on an exposed wire. Sorry for using such crude analogy. Couldnt think of any other on the spot. Well, I too think that was an after thought - some big guy wanted to put out the fire between these two religions, and came up with this suggestion. We have plenty of patchwork in our religion as well. So forget Jesus sitting down and forecasting. It is not true.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
4 Sep 09
Correction:I beg pardon to my responders.I typed 'Jrsus' instead of 'Jesus'.
@iceydon (342)
• Philippines
4 Sep 09
Is Hazrat Muhammad and prophet Ahmed is the same? Why prophet Ahmed was the name used instead of directly using Hazrat Muhammad?
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
5 Sep 09
Muslims say so.The original Bible was written in Hebrew language. In Arabic Ahmed became Muhammed.
• India
6 Sep 09
There are still lots of ahmed's in arabia. What is the need for them to have that when it should have been muhammad. this is just a evasive way to explain away to fit muhammad to fit into a character that appears in old testament.
• Malaysia
6 Sep 09
yup n kalki became muhamed too ??
@coolcoder (2020)
• United States
4 Sep 09
There's nothing in the Bible that says this. What Jesus did say was "I am the way and the truth and the life. No man comes to the Father except through me." He said nothing about another prophet coming after Him. For the record, I'm not trying to start a flame war; I'm just simply explaining what Christ said. Happy MyLotting!
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
5 Sep 09
Indirectly Hazrat Muhammad accepted Jesus as his predecessor.
• Somalia
11 Sep 10
Jesus also said that He was the last prophet, those who will come after Him claiming that they are the messiah or claiming to be prophets were not to be believed.
• India
10 Sep 10
All the prophets before Jesus (Hazrat Eesa) came to predict coming of Messiah and after Jesus came their prophesy was fulfilled. No prophet ever said that another prophet would be born. Jesus made no prophesy, He only spoke about his own return and coming of kingdom of heaven. There was no need of any more prophets after messiah had come already. The purpose of their prophesy was fulfilled.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
12 Sep 10
In Islam it is said that Hazrat Adam Is the first prophet and Hazrat Muhammad is the last prophet. After muhammad no prophet will come to the earth. All the prophets predicted about the coming of Muhammad.
@Frederick42 (2020)
• Canada
6 Sep 09
Jesus does not speak anything about Muhammad. In Bible, Jesus says he is the son of God and makes himself equal to God. The book regarding Jesus is the new testament of Bible. No Muhammad mentioned anywhere. Unless somebody is imaginative enough to find some verses that could suit Muhammad. I also do not believe in Jesus. For me both Jesus and Muhammad were under hallucination.
• Mexico
6 Sep 09
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• United States
6 Sep 09
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@murderistic (2280)
• United States
4 Sep 09
No, Jesus does not predict the coming of Muhammad or any new prophet in the Bible. And really it wouldn't make sense that Jesus Christ would precede the Prophet Muhammad in the larger picture... Jesus taught non-violence and non-resistence as one part of His essential teachings, as well as making a large statement to His followers to be free from political life as He did. While Jesus and Muhammad had many similar teachings, it just wouldn't make sense for Jesus to teach certain things that Muhammad counter-reacted not even 1,000 years later. Jesus did predict His second coming at the end times, which I believe Islam is also in agreement with.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
4 Sep 09
Thanks for giving me new lessons. Yes Jesus taught non-violence. But Muhammad had to fight many wars to establish Islam.