Chapter One: (Jesus, son of Mary)
Though Islam was founded upon the *Laws of *Moses and the writings of the prophets of the Torah/Old Testament, Muslims refuse to read it because they believe it has been altered. In this chapter, I give the Muslim reader irrefutable evidence from the *Koran, Islam’s most reliable source, that Muhammad accused the Jewish people of inventing new doctrines and concealing the truth, but not of altering the Torah. ‘Muhammad replied “but you have invented new doctrines, and you deny that which is therein…you conceal what you have been commanded to show to mankind.’”
I will quote from the Koran, Sunnan, and Ahadith, nine ‘special favors’ given to Jesus, son of Mary, by Allah, that set Jesus, the son of Mary above all other prophets, and proceed to gradually show the reason for such great a disparity.
I ask why Jesus was the only prophet to be born holy. Was his virgin birth necessary in order to achieve the great miracles that he performed? If that were the case, why was Moses (whose birth was just like any other human birth) not hindered from accomplishing miracles just as fascinating as those performed by Jesus?
It is obvious, then, that being born holy and righteous was not a prerequisite for performing miracles. So, what was the reason and purpose for Jesus to be born holy, righteous and remain so all the days of his life?
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Chapter Three (Searching for the suffering Messiah)
I explore prophecies concerning a ‘suffering Messiah.’ I am fascinated by the similarities between the model of the Messiah portrayed in the Torah/DSS, and that of Jesus, the son of Mary. I do not rush to any conclusions. I continue my study. It becomes inevitable that the more I read, the closer the two figures resemble each other…In my heart and mind, I begin to see the two converging. I resist adamantly as I try to hold on to the religion of my youth.
Chapter Two: Dead Sea Scrolls
I will go searching for the oldest and most reliable copy of the Tanakh . I will find it at Qumran, the site where a young Palestinian Arab found the *Dead Sea Scrolls while tending his sheep. I encounter prophecy for the first time. I am fascinated by it and decide to explore its accuracy. I find out that my roots in Islam make it difficult for me to accept the Torah. I find it easier and more comfortable to only ‘accept’ and quote those verses from the Torah that can be substantiated by the Dead Sea Scrolls. I search for a prophecy that could be confirmed by secular means. I find it in the book of Isaiah. The DSS (Dead Sea Scrolls) include several copies of the entire book of Isaiah, where the prophet foretells the coming of a king whom he calls ‘Cyrus,’ and the role he plays in rebuilding the Temple at Jerusalem. Herodotus, the Greek historian, confirms the Biblical account.
Chapter Four - Muhammad the prophet of Islam
About Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, I mention his birthplace, tribe, nurse-mother, etc. to better acquaint him with the non-Muslim reader. I mention his confrontation early in his ministry with his followers, who wanted him to produce a supernatural ‘sign’ (as in a miracle), and his confrontation with the Jews that resulted in Muhammad’s founding of Islam.
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Chapter Five - Islam after the death of Muhammad
Is about the events that follow the death of Muhammad. I begin to suspect foul play by those who replaced him as the leaders of Islam. Some Sunnan and Ahadith begin to appear that are not consistent with the Koran. At times, they are diametrically opposed. There is a reason to believe that there is a motive behind the hierarchy’s propagation of stories of the ‘altered Torah’ and the ‘lost gospel’… and that is just the beginning!