For thousands of years infidels ruled the world and Allah had no problem with that or at least he did nothing about it if he did. Then Mohammed came along and Allah did an about-face on this issue. Why did Allah suddenly change his mind?

The great empires of the world were all led by non-believers as biblical history teaches us. The believers never had a large empire to boast of. It was never the objective of the biblical God to establish an empire ruled by believers or for believers to have world dominion, as is the case in Islam. The biblical God gives world dominion to the heathen and not to the sons of God.

In ancient times it did not seem to be any different with the islamic deity Allah. No Caliphate was ever established in ancient history. Allah is Lord of the Worlds and he always gave worldly dominion to the infidel. Apparently he is quite happy to do this for thousands of years. For example Moses has Pharoah on the ropes and Allah sends him away in to the wilderness. Then all of a sudden Allah does an about-turn when Mohammed comes along. How can a human being change the policy of his creator to make him do an abrupt about-face and force his will to go in the opposite direction? Can a real immutable and all-powerful God undergo such a radical change of direction in his thinking? I don’t think so. In my view Allah never had a will of his own. He was always under the control of his prophet who saw the riches of the infidel world going to waste and thought it was high time to do something about it and put the world to rights.

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One Response to For thousands of years infidels ruled the world and Allah had no problem with that or at least he did nothing about it if he did. Then Mohammed came along and Allah did an about-face on this issue. Why did Allah suddenly change his mind?

  1. θ says:

    “Article says; Allah is Lord of the Worlds and he always gave worldly dominion to the infidel. Apparently he is quite happy to do this for thousands of years. ”

    It is the powerful character of Prophet Muhammad himself (as well as lessons from so many previous Prophets) who succeeds in creating a greater civilisation of Monotheists without political dynasty. Solomon and other Jewish kings were “isolationist”, hence their kingdom was temporary, and can’t survive longer. Had Solomon learned from so much wisdom of his ancestors, he would have done as exactly as Prophet Muhammad did. Had Prophet Muhammad repeated a similar mistake of Solomon, his legacy would have fallen shortly.

    In the global perspective, prior to the coming of Islam the Gentile world is quite Monotheistic though. Majority of the righteous Gentiles were Monotheist peasants who follow a simple life under the Noahide covenant. They just live and let live.

    On other hand, the Gentile kings and minority of the upper class usually come from criminal background, like warlord or thugs. Political intrigues, poisoning, envying and assassination attempts are routines at every kingdom’s corner. Hence, Satan is a playmaker in all levels of palace. Heathenism is so rampant around the center of power because of involvement of the demonic worship and dark cults such as the use of human sacrifice, magics, bewitchment, demon possession, cannibalism, voodoos, et cetera, The purpose of those superstitious behaviors is to regain power and magical ability.
    In the Canaan region, Beelzebub is the god of war, in Hinduism Shiva is the king of destructive demons, in Egypt Horus is avenging god.

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