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Offline Tahmeed

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Islam in the Bible
« on: April 17, 2015, 09:54:09 PM »
Assalamu alaikum brother Osama,

Do you have any detail article on 'Islam in the Bible' on the main site? I am having troubles finding it. Please help. :)

The thing is I just read this verse and am very excited.

[Jeremiah28:9] As for the Prophet who prophesies of Shalom (!), when the word of the prophet comes to pass, the Prophet will be kbown as whom the Lord has truly sent!

This verse doesn't only prove that Islam is the religion of all prophets (to understand this, read the preious verse) but also proves that Muhammad PBUH was a true prophet!

The clever translators always tranlate the word Shalom as 'peace'. So it's very hard to notice this amazing thing!

Glory to Allah and His true religion

Tahmeed
« Last Edit: April 17, 2015, 09:56:27 PM by Tahmeed »

Offline Uzair Ahmed

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Re: Islam in the Bible
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2015, 12:55:36 PM »
I Read Jeremiah 28 from starting but still i don't get :(

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Re: Islam in the Bible
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2015, 02:59:19 PM »
I Read Jeremiah 28 from starting but still i don't get :(

Assalamu alaikum dear brother uzair,

The hebrew word 'Shalom' means peace, one of the meaning of Islam is peace too. In many places of the bible, the word shalom is used which refer to Islam.

This is a quote from Bro Osama's post
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Regarding this last link , this is an 11-page must read article!  Muslimeen ,
Silm , Shlam , Shlama (in Aramaic, the "a" at the end is the definite article
that is equivalent to the alif and lam "al"), Mashloome , Mushlimana,
Mishalmana , Mishlam, Witness in Arabic and Aramaic, and Prostration in
Arabic and Aramaic are thoroughly discussed in it.

And the previous verse speaks of some previous prophets and their prophesies, and this verse speak of a prophet who prophesies in peace (Shalom or Islam). And when his word comes to pass, he will be known as a true prophet sent by God. This seemed referring to prophet muhammad to me, but it can be otherwise too.

Also see verse 29:7 also.

"..for in its peace you shall have peace."

Can't the proper mening be like this?

"...and pray to the Lord for it, for in its peace you shall have shalom (Islam).“

My main purpose of this topic was to find a detailed article in the main site, not the verse! I just shared what I understood after reading it :).

However, I found this topic is very helpful.
 http://www.answering-christianity.com/blog/index.php?topic=1022.0
It's the same topic the quote was taken from. Visit the links given there.

Shalom !!!!
Tahmeed
« Last Edit: April 19, 2015, 03:00:55 PM by Tahmeed »

 

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