The debate "Jesus will talk to the Muslims when he comes back to Jerusalem and no Christian will stop him" was started by
an anonymous person on
May 30, 2018, 6:34 pm.
31 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 26 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Najam1 posted 3 arguments to the agreers part.
tenyiyi posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
chickboy1776, Aryaman999, Simonderp, greencat, Andrewchaney69420, allen_salvana, maulik, SaffronSHAM3, Aaronr12, WhiteCaller and 21 visitors agree.
Honest, tenyiyi, Jasleen and 23 visitors disagree.
Jesus dont exit as the frist 4 christan text was written before he was born so it is just a belief and he cannot visit Jerusalem as he dont exist.
There is some truth in what you say.
Regardless, Muslims will remain posted there awaiting this legendary man's reappearance.
Why should the Christians or Jews have the first audience?
Najam, this is a just so story, a fairytale. Jesus claimed he would return within the lifetime of his disciples; there was even a superstition that sprang up to justify why he didn't saying that one of them still roamed the earth today. But in reality, if they ever existed, they died, and Jesus never returned. Its nothing but cult rationalization after rationalization, slowly twisting the stories or building upon them, creating the Christianity and the Islam you see today.
crusader, God did not write the bible, people did. When the Bible references "God's word," its in reference to the Old Testament law or to Jesus' words, the former because it was said to be transcribed by Moses (though in the case of Deuteronomy, its demonstrably untrue, and in the case of others, its at least somewhat untrue if not entirely, as the other law books utilize a variety of writing styles,) while being spoken by God, allegedly, and in the case of Jesus, again, transcribed by someone else, assuming Jesus spoke anything at all.
If Muslims didn't have the gospel. You Christianity only folks would still be food for lions.
Or did you think the Romans kindly stopped when Khalid bin Walid and the Muslims showed up.
Muhammad only came with Islam after Jesus returned back to heaven.
The offer of Christ is still valid, unfortunately there are many on Earth who would rather see that offer crucified on a stick.
Yes, they will still fight the people of faith in the second coming of Christ.
Christians are ordered not to fight back, those orders don't affect Muslims.
Even Jesus himself will fight back against those who try and put him on a cross in part two of his Earthly adventures.
I believe you are correct on all accounts 1. The personhood of Jesus did not write the bible although God did 2. Christ will speak to all mankind including the unsaved such as Muslims 3. Christian's would have no interest in keeping Muslims from hearing the gospel
No Christian will sit here and dictate the right of Jesus to speak to Muslims, because Jesus doesn't have to obey a Christian, and he never wrote that Bible either.