📘 قراءة كتاب The Return of Jesus أونلاين
Similarities and differences about the second coming of Jesus between Christians and Muslims. The Messiah at the end of times according to Judaism.
The prophecies and portents in Islam of the descent of Jesus in the Quran and the prophetic narrations.
The context of Jesus’ second coming, the trials and tribulations before it, the rise of the Mahdi and the advent of Maseeh adDajjal the False Messiah , and Jesus’ role killing him.
After the False Messiah the annulment of the false religions of the people of the book, the establishment of God’s nation under Jesus, and the invasion of the Gog and Magog.
The end of Gog and Magog, followed by peace and plenty, a world without war, the universality of God’s True Religion, and the death of Jesus
expect the re-
turn of Jesus
at the end of
to occur at
the time. Many of the themes of these trials are similar,
but they are also very different in detail and definition.
Both religions expect the nation of believers to be the
final victors, but the Christian believes that these are
defined as the believers in the Gospel of the New Tes-
tament and in Christ as ‘the Savior’ and ‘the Incarna-
tion’ of God, whilst the Muslim knows that it refers to
those who believe in the pure monotheism entailed in
submission to the One and Only True God.
The return of Jesus is preceded in both religions by
signs, again similar in general description, but subtly
different in detail. Both religions teach that the return
of Jesus will be preceded by a great and powerful figure
of falsehood and temptation, called the Maseeh ad-
Dajjal (The False Messiah) by the Muslims and the An-
ti-Christ by the Christians. Before this event other
signs that agree with each other include a general in-
crease in immorality and fornication, murder and crime,
and general lawlessness, debauchery and falling away
from religion and true knowledge. Accompanying
these signs of civil malaise will be internecine1
and natural disasters following closely one upon the
other. The details and timings of these, however, are
substantially different, even within particular faiths.
How the Christian faith regards the second coming de-
pends on the doctrinal view held. Four broad views are
prominent: Historical and Dispensational Ante-
millennialism, and Preterist Post and A-millennialism.2
has two branches of interpre-
tation. Both postulate that Jesus will come and then,
after defeating the Anti-Christ, will rule the earth with
the ‘elect’ for 1000 years before the evil souls are resur-
rected, and Satan is unbound in the resurrected Anti-.
سنة النشر : 2012م / 1433هـ .
حجم الكتاب عند التحميل : 647.9 كيلوبايت .
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