Jews Between Revelation

When you study the history of Judaism in the period of the gap between the last two prophets Isa ﷺ and Muhammad ﷺ, you find quite a bit of peculiarities. The Three Jewish–Roman Wars The Jews had just denied the prophet Isa ﷺ and tried to have him killed in 30 CE. Then they started … Continue reading Jews Between Revelation

There Is No Kosher Torah

Something that surprises me is how many Jews still believe the Torah is kosher. Some Jews can debate ad infinitum about various issues in their law, perhaps even to the point of overturning basic principles of faith as is convenient for modern issues. What many are unaware of is the fact that there is no … Continue reading There Is No Kosher Torah

A Brief History of the Temple of Jerusalem

The first temple was built by the prophet Solomon ﷺ, and he built it virtually identically to the tabernacle. When the children of Israel were wandering in the desert, according to the Bible, they had a tabernacle, a big tent, and that was their temple. It was divided into two sections and the tent was … Continue reading A Brief History of the Temple of Jerusalem

What Jewish & Christian Zionists Fail to See

What Jewish and Christian Zionists fail to see about Israel is that God favoring a nation above others was contingent on obedience to Him. It's not like they were favored because of their race (hence the racial undertones behind southern Evangelical support…) They were favored because they submitted to the Creator and implemented His laws. … Continue reading What Jewish & Christian Zionists Fail to See

Palestine in 1922 – Muhammad Asad’s Observations

The following is an excerpt from one of my favorite books, The Road to Mecca by Muhammad Asad. (Amazon) (Free PDF 1) (Free PDF 2) I often sat on the stone balustrade below the Jaffa Gate and watched the throng of people going into or coming out of the Old City. Here they rubbed against … Continue reading Palestine in 1922 – Muhammad Asad’s Observations