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Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« on: Wed Oct 31, 2012 - 12:34:28 »
Over the last 1600+ years the Catholic Church has adopted many pagan believes in order to keep it's members happy and to spread it's powder through out the World. I started thinking about the Great Religion that will over take the World in the Last Days and also about the 12th Imam, the El-Mahdi who for all the world looks like the Beast spoken of in the Book of Revelations. This led me to start thinking that at some point in the near future the Pope may "hook up" with this Mahdi to form a more powerful "World Religion" in order to try and bring Peace to the World.
This would fit perfectly with the Beast(i.e. the 12th Imam) and the false profit(the Pope) from Revelations.
Has anyone else been lead by God's Spirt to see this as well or is it a concept that no one else has thought of yet?

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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #1 on: Wed Oct 31, 2012 - 13:13:25 »
It would be difficult as Catholicism and islam are on opposite sides of the identity of Jesus.  Islam insists that god has no son. So either islam has to accept a Son of God or Catholicism has to deny the Son of God.

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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #2 on: Wed Oct 31, 2012 - 13:29:37 »
It would be difficult as Catholicism and islam are on opposite sides of the identity of Jesus.  Islam insists that god has no son. So either islam has to accept a Son of God or Catholicism has to deny the Son of God.

Difficult?  Both Catholics and Muslims believe Jesus is Christ.  Something far more opposite has become bed fellows, Right-wing Christianity and Talmudic Judaism (granted, it's mostly a one-sided love affair).  Christianity and Judaism are on opposite sides of the identify of Jesus.  Judaism insists that god has no son.        Listening to the likes of  John "Jesus never claimed to be the Messiah"Hagee, it's clear that it's right-wing Christianity that has compromised its faith. 

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« Reply #3 on: Wed Oct 31, 2012 - 13:32:39 »
Don't know if they'll merge.. but I've read a bit about those who claim that the Vatican created Islam. Interesting stuff.

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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #4 on: Wed Oct 31, 2012 - 13:51:27 »
I do believe, and have done for many years, that Rome will play a very large part in the World religion that will be formed.

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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #5 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 09:55:08 »

Difficult?  Both Catholics and Muslims believe Jesus is Christ. 
Wrong.  Islam (at least some within islam) believe He was a prophet or a false prophet. They absolutely do NOT believe he was Christ/Messiah/Anointed. They do not believe that even of Mohammed.

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Something far more opposite has become bed fellows, Right-wing Christianity and Talmudic Judaism (granted, it's mostly a one-sided love affair).  Christianity and Judaism are on opposite sides of the identify of Jesus.  Judaism insists that god has no son.        Listening to the likes of  John "Jesus never claimed to be the Messiah"Hagee, it's clear that it's right-wing Christianity that has compromised its faith.

Hagee is a flake and a heretic.  He absolutely AVOIDS at all costs anything to do with us Messianics.  He insists that Jews do NOT need the New Covenant or the atoning death of Messiah.

To me that means he is the worst kind of anti-Semite: one who actively dooms Jews to hell.

Fortunately he is indicative of only a part of right wing christianity.

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« Reply #6 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 11:52:27 »

Difficult?  Both Catholics and Muslims believe Jesus is Christ. 
Wrong.  Islam (at least some within islam) believe He was a prophet or a false prophet. They absolutely do NOT believe he was Christ/Messiah/Anointed. They do not believe that even of Mohammed.

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Something far more opposite has become bed fellows, Right-wing Christianity and Talmudic Judaism (granted, it's mostly a one-sided love affair).  Christianity and Judaism are on opposite sides of the identify of Jesus.  Judaism insists that god has no son.        Listening to the likes of  John "Jesus never claimed to be the Messiah"Hagee, it's clear that it's right-wing Christianity that has compromised its faith.

Hagee is a flake and a heretic.  He absolutely AVOIDS at all costs anything to do with us Messianics.  He insists that Jews do NOT need the New Covenant or the atoning death of Messiah.

To me that means he is the worst kind of anti-Semite: one who actively dooms Jews to hell.

Fortunately he is indicative of only a part of right wing christianity.

Hagee denies the incendiary allegations you make.

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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #7 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 11:56:58 »
Mainly because the allegations are wrong.

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« Reply #8 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 12:30:26 »
My dad turned out to be a Hagee fan the last couple of years of his life.  He sent me some of his writings.

In one of the books (either In 'Defense of Israel' or 'Jerusalem Countdown') he said that the gospel does NOT need to be preached to Jews. "They have their own covenant."

I know for a fact that many Messianic leaders have tried to engage them including our own Rabbi Dan Juster, director of Tikkun International. He has blown them off at every attempt.

While he has not come out and said so, his very public relationships with orthodox Jewish leaders like Rabbi Arieh Scheinberg and Rabbi Selwyn Franklin who HATE Messianics is probably a big factor.  He wants in with traditional Jews for some reason (and it is NOT to spread the gospel) and we stand in his way.  If he is friendly with us, he cannot be with them as they will stay far away.

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From the wiki article on Hagee:
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The Christian Research Institute (among others) has strongly criticized Hagee's recent book, In Defense of Israel (2007), for apparently arguing that Jesus did not claim to be the Messiah for the Jews, only the Savior for the Christian Church, and therefore, that attempts should not be made to convert Jews.

That is what I read as well.
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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #9 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 12:43:49 »
Wrong.  Islam (at least some within islam) believe He was a prophet or a false prophet. They absolutely do NOT believe he was Christ/Messiah/Anointed. They do not believe that even of Mohammed.


Jordanian Mosque One of Many Named in Honor of Jesus Christ.  Looks like you're wrong.

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Hagee is a flake and a heretic.


Hagee is just a little more honest about his Dispensationalism heresy than other Zionists.

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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #10 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 12:45:42 »
Mainly because the allegations are wrong.


The Devil's advocate in his own words:
John Hagee Denies Jesus Christ as Messiah on Vimeo Small | Large

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« Reply #11 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 13:04:12 »
Wrong.  Islam (at least some within islam) believe He was a prophet or a false prophet. They absolutely do NOT believe he was Christ/Messiah/Anointed. They do not believe that even of Mohammed.


Jordanian Mosque One of Many Named in Honor of Jesus Christ. Looks like you're wrong.

The koran teaches that HE was not crucified and that he lived and died a natural death.  He (isa in Arabic) was only a messenger. (one of many)  NOT the Son of God and Not the Messiah.

Read koran chapter 19.  It tells all about it.

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« Reply #12 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 13:14:47 »
Mainly because the allegations are wrong.

The Devil's advocate in his own words:


Hagee didn't deny Jesus as Messiah. He was casting out a hook for His book, about how Jesus never announced Himself as Israel's Messiah. Of course people who relish hating Christian leaders will jump on that one.

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« Reply #13 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 13:23:45 »
This entire premise is simply absurd.  ::eek::

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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #14 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 13:38:32 »
 Nope Aahil, I have listened to Hagee for years and read some of his books. never heard or read any heresy. I am also a fan of Walid Shoebat, not a preacher, that I'm sure you would consider a heretic. I am not an advocate of The Devil aka Allah, nor of his false prophet Muhammed.
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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #15 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 14:00:40 »
And NO Muslims do not believe Jesus is the Christ. They believe he was a prophet rhat told lies about himself being the son of God.
Islam is the embodiment of Antichrist.

It's kinda like the story of Ishmael and Isaac in the Koran. There Ishmael is the son of promise. A counterfeit story that sounds similar and looks similar like ALL counterfeits, especially from the father of lies.
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« Reply #16 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 14:07:50 »
And NO Muslims do not believe Jesus is the Christ. They believe he was a prophet rhat told lies about himself being the son of God.
Islam is the embodiment of Antichrist.

It's kinda like the story of Ishmael and Isaac in the Koran. There Ishmael is the son of promise. A counterfeit story that sounds similar and looks similar like ALL counterfeits, especially from the father of lies.

 ::amen!::

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« Reply #17 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 19:06:10 »
According to John, antichrists were going out from among them and they were those who denied that Jesus Christ had come in the flesh. I don't believe Muslims will deny that... but they do deny that Jesus died for our sins. That makes them unbelievers.. not necessarily antichrist, under the biblical definition.

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« Reply #18 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 19:14:10 »
And NO Muslims do not believe Jesus is the Christ. They believe he was a prophet rhat told lies about himself being the son of God.
Islam is the embodiment of Antichrist.


Actually, according to Muslims (you can go on the comments on youtube videos and such) they believe that Jesus was "anointed" as in a prophet and that the Bible was at some point corrupted (to say that Jesus taught things that he didn't really teach.)

None that I know of would say that Jesus lied.  ::frown::
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« Reply #19 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 19:23:54 »
They wouldn't say it, but if God has no son in their belief, their prophet Jesus would have to be a liar. A curious position for a prophet. Jesus can't be a great prophet and wrong about his claim to be the son of God.

Anyone who denies Jesus is the son of God has the spirit of antiChrist.

1John 2:21-22
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« Reply #20 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 20:37:56 »
Anyone who denies Jesus is the son of God has the spirit of antiChrist.

1John 2:21-22

You just nailed the Jews, and maybe Hagee too!





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« Reply #21 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 20:48:35 »
Anyone who denies Jesus is the son of God has the spirit of antiChrist.

1John 2:21-22

You just nailed the Jews, and maybe Hagee too!

Hagee knows that Jesus is the Son of God.  ::frown::

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« Reply #22 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 21:00:55 »
Aahil, i never said the Jews weren't. Their God though is the same God as our God. Allah is not. He is the deceiver. Hagee has never denied the is the son of God. He has said that Jesus was not the Messiah the jews were looking for. No duh! Tge messiah tge Jews are looking for will be the same guy we will be looking for the 2nd time. The Jews missed his first coming.......largely out of a blindness imposed on them Romans 11.
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« Reply #23 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 21:25:06 »
Wrong.  Islam (at least some within islam) believe He was a prophet or a false prophet. They absolutely do NOT believe he was Christ/Messiah/Anointed. They do not believe that even of Mohammed.


Jordanian Mosque One of Many Named in Honor of Jesus Christ.  Looks like you're wrong.

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Hagee is a flake and a heretic.


Hagee is just a little more honest about his Dispensationalism heresy than other Zionists.

 
Catholics believe that Jesus Christ is God Incarnate come to earth. Muslims do not believe that at all. You are wrong.

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« Reply #24 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 21:29:45 »
Hagee knows that Jesus is the Son of God.  ::frown::

I linked to a video of Hagee making a clear and deliberate point of saying "Jesus did not come to earth to be the Messiah."  That comes very close to meeting the Apostle John's definition of Antichrist.  Hagee is Antichrist.  1 John 2:22 Who is the liar but the one who denies that Jesus is the Christ? This is the antichrist...

Even if Hagee hadn't articulated that specific belief, I'd still consider him to an Antichrist for his Zionist theology.

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« Reply #25 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 21:33:26 »
Over the last 1600+ years the Catholic Church has adopted many pagan believes in order to keep it's members happy and to spread it's powder through out the World. I started thinking about the Great Religion that will over take the World in the Last Days and also about the 12th Imam, the El-Mahdi who for all the world looks like the Beast spoken of in the Book of Revelations. This led me to start thinking that at some point in the near future the Pope may "hook up" with this Mahdi to form a more powerful "World Religion" in order to try and bring Peace to the World.
This would fit perfectly with the Beast(i.e. the 12th Imam) and the false profit(the Pope) from Revelations.
Has anyone else been lead by God's Spirt to see this as well or is it a concept that no one else has thought of yet?

This is the most ridiculous thread I have seen in  a long time. You might as well put forth the proposal that asks: Will Christianity and Islam merge?
 
Why single out the Catholics? Just go for the full monty and include ALL Christians because we all believe in the Virgin birth, the  divinity of Christ, His saving grace, and that He died for us on Calvary.

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« Reply #26 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 21:42:02 »
Aahil, i never said the Jews weren't. Their God though is the same God as our God. Allah is not. He is the deceiver. Hagee has never denied the is the son of God. He has said that Jesus was not the Messiah the jews were looking for. No duh! Tge messiah tge Jews are looking for will be the same guy we will be looking for the 2nd time. The Jews missed his first coming.......largely out of a blindness imposed on them Romans 11.

The false god of the Jews no more has a son than the false god of the Muslims.   But, Jesus never called Muslims the Synagogue of Satan or Children of Satan.  He called only Jews that.  Paul calls Jews the children of Ishmael.  If you know you Bible, you know that.  It is not Christianity that is taught by Hagee.  It is Satanism.  Hagee didn't  just say Jesus isn't the Messiah the Jews were looking for.  He says that Jesus didn't claim to be the Messiah, PERIOD.


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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #27 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 21:44:06 »
Why single out the Catholics?

Evangelicals have a thing for disliking Catholics, that goes beyond just disagreeing with some of their doctrines.   

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« Reply #28 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 22:04:46 »
Why single out the Catholics?

Evangelicals have a thing for disliking Catholics, that goes beyond just disagreeing with some of their doctrines.   

Yeah, I know. But the basics of Christianity which we all believe are the same and came from one source - the universal Christian Church.

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« Reply #29 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 23:34:01 »
Aahil, i never said the Jews weren't. Their God though is the same God as our God. Allah is not. He is the deceiver. Hagee has never denied the is the son of God. He has said that Jesus was not the Messiah the jews were looking for. No duh! Tge messiah tge Jews are looking for will be the same guy we will be looking for the 2nd time. The Jews missed his first coming.......largely out of a blindness imposed on them Romans 11.

The false god of the Jews no more has a son than the false god of the Muslims.   But, Jesus never called Muslims the Synagogue of Satan or Children of Satan.  He called only Jews that.  Paul calls Jews the children of Ishmael.  If you know you Bible, you know that.  It is not Christianity that is taught by Hagee.  It is Satanism.  Hagee didn't  just say Jesus isn't the Messiah the Jews were looking for.  He says that Jesus didn't claim to be the Messiah, PERIOD.


The jews worship the same God as us, but they dont acknowledge Jesus as their saviour.

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« Reply #30 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 23:37:18 »
Why single out the Catholics?

Evangelicals have a thing for disliking Catholics, that goes beyond just disagreeing with some of their doctrines.   

Yeah, I know. But the basics of Christianity which we all believe are the same and came from one source - the universal Christian Church.
 
However the pope and the Catholic church, seem keen to have those ties with other faiths, and that is dangerous stuff. In the UK a few of the higher Anglican churches do that as well. This multi faith stuff is evil. I believe that RC's and muslims wil be a big part of this 'new world religion' that is coming.
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« Reply #31 on: Thu Nov 01, 2012 - 23:47:24 »

The jews worship the same God as us, but they dont acknowledge Jesus as their saviour.

I thought Jesus was our God. What God do they worship?

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« Reply #32 on: Fri Nov 02, 2012 - 00:19:55 »
Hagee knows that Jesus is the Son of God.  ::frown::

I linked to a video of Hagee making a clear and deliberate point of saying "Jesus did not come to earth to be the Messiah."  That comes very close to meeting the Apostle John's definition of Antichrist.  Hagee is Antichrist.  1 John 2:22 Who is the liar but the one who denies that Jesus is the Christ? This is the antichrist...

Even if Hagee hadn't articulated that specific belief, I'd still consider him to an Antichrist for his Zionist theology.

Did you read his book, or are you foolishly going by his sales pitch?

Methinks that you are simply feeding your own bias against the Jew. We won't go down that pot-holed road with you.

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« Reply #33 on: Fri Nov 02, 2012 - 01:10:30 »
1. Your premise about the Catholic Church adopting paganism is false. If you ever travel to Europe and wonder what happen to the great pagan wonders 9 times out of 10 you can accurately assume Catholics destroyed them.

2. Islam and Catholicism will never merge. Until Peotestants have died in opposition to Islam in greater abundance than Catholics or other members of the ancient churches then feel free to be quiet.



Not only is your eschatology lacking but your insult is entirely unwarranted.


 

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Re: Will Islam and Catholicism merge?
« Reply #34 on: Fri Nov 02, 2012 - 03:02:56 »
The jews worship the same God as us, but they dont acknowledge Jesus as their saviour.

How is it that you conclude that Jews worship the same God as Christians, but that Muslims don't worship the same God as Christians?   

Jesus said to the Jews, "If God were your Father, you would love Me, for I proceeded forth and have come from God, for I have not even come on My own initiative, but He sent Me."

The Apostle John said, "Whoever denies the Son does not have the Father."