Wednesday, November 2, 2016

The Deuteronomy Deductions: Why Moses Would Have Executed Muhammad

In Deuteronomy 18:20, God declares: “The prophet who speaks a word presumptuously in My name which I have not commanded him to speak . . . that prophet shall die.” So, if someone claims to be a prophet, but delivers a revelation that doesn’t really come from God, he’s a false prophet.

In the History of at-Tabari, Volume 6, page 111, Muhammad confesses: “I have fabricated things against God and have imputed to Him words which He has not spoken.” So, Muhammad, who claimed to be a prophet, admitted that he delivered a revelation that didn’t really come from God.

If both of these claims are true, Muhammad must be a false prophet.

3 comments:

akairey said...

I SEE NO FALACIES OR VAPID STATEMENTS TO MAKE THIS CASE POLTROON!

Andrew said...

Fantastic David. As we say here, you have hit that one over the fence for 6 (its a cricket metaphor. The highest score you can make is hitting the ball over the fence).

If I was American, I would say touchdown. I love the complete destruction of Muhammad.

Qui Creva Sp said...

Well done, David. How sick I am of Muslims claiming that the prophecy of a future prophet like Moses actually referred to Muhammad! The claim is wrong on so many levels! First, the "brethren" mentioned in the passage of Deuteronomy obviously implied that said prophet would be a Hebrew, not an Arab. Second, Muhammad was NOTHING like Moses. There is simply no comparison. Muhammad was a self-aggrandizing, self-serving narcissist, while Moses was a humble, self-effacing man.

The logic you employ here to dismantle this false claim is devastating to Islamic apologetics. Keep up the good work.