Did Allah talk to the prophets?

DID ALLAH TALK TO THE PROPHETS?©

ARISTEO CANLAS FERNANDO
Peace Crusader and Echo of the Holy Spirit

 

Is Allah that the Muslims worship the same as the Lord God of the Holy Bible? 

The Muslims believe that the six greatest prophets of Allah are Adam, Noah, Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Mohammad. 

Herewith are some verses wherein the Lord God spoke directly to Noah, Abraham, and Moses as found in the Pentateuch of the Old Testament (Tawrat as the Muslims call its first five books):

Noah – Genesis 7:1 – “And the Lord said unto Noah, Come thou and all thy house into the ark; for thee have I seen righteous before me in this generation.”

Abraham – Genesis 12:1 – “Now the Lord had said unto Abram, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land that I will show thee:”

Moses – Exodus 12:1 – “And the LORD spake unto Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying,”

The Muslims also claim that Allah spoke to Jesus.  Please tell us where in the New Testament, which the Muslims call the Injeel, can this be found. 

In the New Testament, the Lord God spoke saying in Matthew 17:5, “This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased; hear ye him.”  This was not addressed to Jesus but to Peter and the brothers James and John who were with Him at the transfiguration.

The Muslims also claim that Allah talked to Adam.  What did Adam prophesy that they call him a prophet?  Is there any?

Lastly, did Allah talk to Mohammad?  In the 23 years that angel Jibreel revealed the Qur’an to Mohammad, not even a single time did Allah talk to Mohammad.  Why?

Did Allah talk to all his six greatest prophets?  Proofs please, especially to Jesus and Mohammad.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by shortermarvin on 2010-09-01 at 12:41 am

    The Holy Bible is a book of fantasies about the Messiah Jesus a man who was crucified by the pen. Who know more about a man murder then the men who committed the murder? Can you not see all the detail in the murder? To this day no man can give a full detail about a man life except “Lord God”. The Christians and the Jews over plotted in stealing information out of {The Koran with Parallel Arabic Text}.Can you not see that they are fantasizing about “Allah Almighty God” the World Greatest Most High Exalted Creator and Ruler of the Universe. Who did not take the form of a mortal man? This is but one of their fantasies, to clean you of your sins. All “Allah” need say is Be, & it is. People, (The Koran) is “Heaven”, and in Heaven you will find “God”, who lives in Heaven? Also you will find “Paradise” the home of the African-Americans who is the Israelites & Egyptians (Muslims) the faithful servants of Lord God. And the fire that surrounds “Paradise” is the Holy Bible of damnation. The tree that God had commanded you to keep away from He is the Forgiving One, the Merciful God. Allah, we submit this seeking Your divine mercy

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  2. 20100901.2120

    To ShorterMarvin,

    There is only one true God but many false gods. How can we differentiate the two? Please, plain, simple, logical, and without quoting anything from any holy scripture of any religion.

    I believe that there is God. You believe also. What should be our criteria for the existence of god without any reference to any religion’s scripture? Here is a list of what I thought (please add to the list and we will discuss):

    1. He is worshipped as a god.
    2. He is a spirit – invisible and cannot be touched.
    3. He is omnipotent (‘almighty, or limitless in power’). Nothing is impossible to him including creation.
    4. He is omnipresent (‘present everywhere at the same time’). He can be present in different places to know whether his creation is following his rules or violating it.
    5. He is omniscient (‘knowing all things’). He knows the past and he knows the future. The past can be proved if it truly happened. He can prophesy and he has the power to make it happen.
    6. He lives forever, not only today but also 2000 years ago and in thousands of years in the future.

    The definitions quoted are from the Pocket Macquarie Dictionary.

    We cannot include a human being as a god because he cannot be present in different places at the same time, can he?

    We can include in the fifth criterion his being able to know different languages for him to know what people are saying.

    If he fails in any of these criteria, could we call him a false god? And if he could satisfy all the criteria, could we call him a true god or the true God?

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