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Muhammad The Messenger by Abdurrahman Asy Syarqawi
Abdurrahman Asy Syarqawi
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I was born and raised in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, but I tried to maintain an open mind and learn about other religious philosophies. I did not give Islam much thought when I was young. Then I took a job where I worked with a number of Muslims and I wanted to understand more about them, so I studied a little bit into the life of Muhammad and the Quran. I very quickly realized that Muhammad seemed to be a man who sincerely wanted to lead the Arabs back to God. I studied more, especially materials by the relatively few Christians who interpreted the Biblical passages connected with the Arabs and Islam in a more positive light. One of the biggest hurdles I faced was the fact that the Quran was so anti-Trinitarian. Eventually I learned that the founders of the Adventist Church were Anti-Trinitarian. It was only later that the church became Trinitarian. The church plainly stated this in the article “Adventists and Change” published in the October 1993 issue of Ministry Magazine. This shocked me as I had been raised to believe that God had guided the founders of the Adventist Church. They worshiped one being as God, who brought Jesus into existence. Today, the Adventist Church worships a “unity of three co-eternal persons” as stated in the 28 Fundamental Beliefs. This won’t be significant to most people, but it was significant to someone raised in that denomination. I decided to simply examine the Bible with an open and honest mind. The big question was, could you actually get to the Trinity by reading the Bible, or did you have to assume the Trinity to be true and read it into the text of the Bible? The more I studied, the more I came to believe that the Bible, if read plainly, supports a strict monotheistic view of God, not a Trinitarian view. After that, it became much easier to fully accept Muhammad as a messenger of God. This book is the result of my study. It records why I believe Muhammad was a messenger of God and that God is One, not a Trinity. It goes through several of the prophecies in Daniel and Revelation to show how God predicted the succession of major powers in the near east and Mediterranean. This includes the rise and corruption of the Medieval Christian church and how God raised up a Messenger in the desert to help correct some of the corruption that had crept into Christianity. Updated

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