Mohammed creates a religious conflict with the Meccans which has no purpose in God’s redemptive plans for mankind. This futile conflict begins with verbal altercations and escalates to a full blown war in which many were killed because of one misguided man. This proves that he was a false prophet

Two of Mohammed’s mistakes are firstly that the Meccans must be coerced by force to change their religion and to keep their religion. Both of these are false according to the bible. Secondly Mohammed ruled that one must worship through the means of a holy place, the Kaaba. This is another reason why he created a false conflict with the Meccans because of his insistence that the Kaaba was being desecrated through the pagan worship that was being performed there. The false religion of Islam is built on these errors which have been perpetuated to our very day. What did Jesus say about a holy place of worship? With the coming of his kingdom it would not be required any more. True believers will worship in spirit and in truth and their own bodies will be the only temple existing under the New Covenant in his blood. If Mohammed had been more wise he could have saved the world much violence and bloodshed.

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One Response to Mohammed creates a religious conflict with the Meccans which has no purpose in God’s redemptive plans for mankind. This futile conflict begins with verbal altercations and escalates to a full blown war in which many were killed because of one misguided man. This proves that he was a false prophet

  1. θ says:

    That’s just a proof or consequence of truth. It is a must that one or more evilness ought to be defeated when the truth comes in. By the reign of Islam in Madinah, all idols of Arabia ought to be cleansed. In Christianity, by coming of Jesus the impostor’s death on the cross and destruction of the Temple as well as expulsion of Jews from Judea ought to happen.

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