Yes, by all means. Only by having discussions can one arrive
at an acceptable answer. This world is a temporary abode. The
hereafter, which is everlasting, is our goal. Death is a certainty
and none of us wish to regret in the hereafter of not making
every effort in this life to discover the truth. You know that
people are now becoming more materialistic and secular. People
make plans for years in advance, but fail to realize that death
will catch up with us at anytime. Let us come together as often as
you want and discuss the differences frankly, and without
prejudice. Don’t be afraid to ask any questions that you feel
needs clarification. Islam is based on logic and reason, and you
should not just accept it. Even your Bible says: “Prove all things;
hold fast that which is good” (
I Thessalonians 5:21).
Thank you for encouraging me to ask questions. When I ask of
our Priest certain questions which he cannot answer, he says, “It
is a mystery that we have to believe in, and accept. ” I think he is
just evading the questions by saying this. You quoted just now
“chariot of camels” from Isaiah and concluded that it was
Muhammed. Is he then prophesied in the Bible?
. Off course!
In the Old or New Testament.
In both. But you cannot recognize him in the Bible as long as
you don’t believe in the Unity of God. I mean, as long as you still
believe in the Trinity, the Divinity of Jesus, the Divine Sonship of
Jesus, the Original Sin and the Atonement. Men made all of these
doctrines up. Jesus had prophesied (
would worship him uselessly and
believe in doctrines made by
“But in vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines
the commandments of men.”
Is this not true of the Church,