Art Thou That Prophet?
eBook (PDF), 188 Pages
This book is about the scriptural evidences in support of Muhammad in the Bible. It contains Biblical and Qur'anic scripture, History and quotes from prominent scholars of Theology. *188 Pages *Short biography of Muhammad and lineage *Qur'anic verses in Arabic and English **Art Thou That Prophet? by Mr. Jason Galvan (Abu Noah Ibrahim Ibn Mikaal) is an astute religious manual. In it Mr. Galvan thoroughly explores his Islamic faith, defending Muhammad as the true prophet. His work is More than his own deductions, but also includes a multitude of passages from the Bible and the Qur'an, evidences from secondary sources and experts, as well as many lessons in the history of Islam, Christianity,and Judaism. Art Thou That Prophet? serves as a spiritual guide, a history lesson and an intellectual exercise.** -Quote from Dorrance Publishing
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Oct 15, 2009"Review of Art Thou That Prophet?" "Art Thou That Prophet" by Mr. Jason D. Galvan is an astute religious manual. In it, Mr. Galvan thoroughly explores his Islamic faith, defending Muhammad as the true prophet. His work is more than just his own deductions, but also includes a multitude of passages from the Bible and the Qur’an, evidence from secondary sources and experts, as well as many lessons in the history of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. "A.rt Thou That Prophet" serves as a spiritual guide, a history lesson, and an intellectual exercise. Mr. Galvan includes biographical background on Muhammad that is sufficiently in depth to provide his lineage. There is also a brief history of the Muslim faith. Mr. Galvan dissects the Bible and finds Old Testament prophesies that many people believe have been fulfilled by Jesus. He attempts to show how the passages instead refer to Muhammad, not to Jesus. The author believes that previous generations have... More > attempted to disguise prophecies about Muhammad. He also includes many Arabic quotations from The Qur’an accompanied by their English translations. The author scrutinizes the Bible for passages in which a prophet is mentioned. He uses not only the King James Version, but alternate versions as well. Mr. Galvan explains why he believes the passages cannot logically refer to Jesus. He supports his argument not only with his own intellectual judgment, but with historical evidence and outside sources. Though by no means a mean-spirited attack on the Christian faith, Mr. Galvan does explain why he believes that Islam follows the true teachings of the Bible, and even those of Jesus, more than Christianity does. For example, the author claims that Jesus taught that only God should be worshiped. He points out that evangelists focus on worshiping Jesus. "Art Thou That Prophet" is obviously a piece intended for a Muslim audience, or at least an audience considering the Muslim faith. However, because of its many historical lessons, its in-depth consideration of the Bible, and its elucidation of one of the world’s largest religions, "Art Thou That Prophet" might appeal to a cerebral reader who enjoys learning. A person interested in current events might also enjoy Mr. Galvan’s work, as the Islamic world weighs heavily in many of today’s top news stories. Quote from: Jean Wahlborg, Editorial Coordinator at Dorrance Publishing CO.< Less
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- Jason Galvan (Abu Noah Ibrahim Ibn Mikaal)
- September 29, 2011
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