Did Abraham Start Islam? – Jack Kelley

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    TxThom
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    Jack brings up a logical proof I hadn’t though about before.

    Did Abraham Start Islam?
    Sunday, January 3rd, 2016
    Q. I recently watched a TV documentary on Islam. They said that Abraham started that religion through his son Ishmael. From where do they get that? Is there anything in the Bible stating or implying it?

    A. According to secular history Islam is a religion begun by the prophet Mohammed who lived from 570-632 AD. Prior to that the descendants of Ishmael were pagans who worshiped 360 different idols. Even so, some Moslems believe that Ishmael, as his oldest son, was Abraham’s rightful heir and began what would later become Islam. They say references in the Koran to “previous Scriptures” mean that the Old and New Testaments verify their claims. But if that’s the case then God stood by for over 2000 years and let the descendants of Ishmael worship their idols while demanding the Israelites remain true to Him alone. It doesn’t make sense.

    The only reason this kind of nonsense gets publicity is that most people in authority either don’t know the truth, or if they do they’ve rejected it as being politically incorrect.

    fair use for educational and discussion purposes
    gracethrufaith.com/ask-a-bible-teacher/did-abraham-start-islam/

    I am convinced of this, that the One who began a good action among you will bring it to completion by the Day of the Messiah Jesus. Philippians 1:6



    #98936
    kmdickinson
    kmdickinson
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    Wow! Talk about “coincidence”! It wasn’t more than a couple of weeks ago that I was contemplating a discussion I had with a fellow Christian who has beliefs that Jews, Christians, and Muslims all worship the same God and he uses the Ishmael – Abraham claim to back up his statements. In prayer time, it was impressed on me by the Holy Spirit that “Just because someone claims something, doesn’t make it so”.

    I had meant to do a study on that but never got around to it. I’ll take this posting as a “nudge” to get on with it!

    Thanks for posting.

    Keith

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