Peace, mercy and blessings of God

 Continue answering the questions of the last lecture:

  * Isaiah: (meaning the salvation of the Lord), in Hebrew יְשַׁעְיָהו, Ibn Amos was considered the author of the book of Isaiah in the Old Testament of the Bible and he is the great prophet who predicted that he became a prophet in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah - the kings of Judah,

 It is likely that he lived until he was over eighty years of age, and the period of his prophetic work extended to more than sixty years, and his father's name was "Amos" and his travel in the Bible begins with this phrase:

 ((The vision of Isaiah the son of Amos, which he saw on Judah and Jerusalem in the days of Uzziah, Jotham, Ahaz, and Ezekiah)).

 (Isaiah 1: 1)

 For your information, the book of Isaiah has many gospels about the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, and with God's permission we will mention it to you soon.


 William James Durant (1885  -  1981):

 A philosopher, American historian and writer, one of his most famous books is The Story of Civilization, which his wife Ariel Durant co-authored,

 He was mentioned about Islam in the book The Story of Civilization, second part of the fourth volume, pp. 260, 292. He said:

 "The dhimmis: Christians, Zoroastrians, Jews, and Sabeans enjoyed during the Umayyad Caliphate a degree of tolerance unparalleled in the Christian countries these days. They were free to practice their rituals, and they kept their churches and temples."

 "The effective number of the people of the Levant remained Christian until the third century AH, and historians tell us that there were eleven thousand churches in the countries of Islam during the era of the safe, and there were a large number of Jewish structures and temples of fire, and the Christians were free to celebrate their holidays publicly, and the pilgrims were free  Christians come in safe groups to visit Christian shrines in Palestine.

 Muslims went further to protect Christians, as the governor of Antioch in the ninth century AD appointed a special guard to prevent the various Christian denominations from killing each other in the churches, and spread in monasteries monasteries their work in agriculture, and the reform of wasteland ... and took non-Muslims to  Time passed by the Arabic language as a tongue for them, and they wore Arabic clothes, and then ended up following the law of the Qur’an and converting to Islam.

 Michael Hart is the author of the Hundred Immortals Book:

 It is a list that contained the names of one hundred people arranged by the writer according to certain criteria to the extent of their influence in history, and the list included on top of it the name of the Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, and Jesus and Moses, peace be upon them, as well as the names of the founders of religions or the creators of the most prominent inventions that changed the course of history  Such as the inventor of the plane or printing machine, as well as thought leaders and others,

 As for why he put the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) at the top of the list, while the name of our master Jesus, peace be upon him, came in the third place. Michael Hart said of him:

 "The striking example is my arrangement of Muhammad higher than Christ, because my belief is that Muhammad had more personal influence on the formation of the Islamic religion than the influence that Christ had on the formation of the Christian religion, but this does not mean that I believe that Muhammad is greater than Christ.

 Jebusites are a Sami Canaanite people from the south of the Levant during the third millennium BC:

 The Jebusites lived only in the Jerusalem area, and the Jebusites were a Canaanite tribe. The Jebusites, under the leadership of their king, built "Melchizedek" the city of Jerusalem and called it "Shalem", which is the name of the God of Peace to the Canaanites, and later it was converted to "Jerusalem" which means "the city of peace"  And it was also called "Ye

bus" in relation to the Jebusites, and after that they settled in the area for a long time until the arrival of the Children of Israel in the twelfth century BC, and then the Israelis took over the city under the leadership of the Prophet of God David and expelled the Jebusites and fortified the city,

 The Jews did not expel the Jebusites from the city of Jerusalem, but they kept them in them and lived with them therein as mentioned in the Torah in the book of the first chapter 21. After a period of victory, the Jebusites over them and remained in a dispute until Nebuchadnezzar the king of Babylon came and exiled the children of Israel to Babylon over what was killed of them in Jerusalem.

 Coptic "Coptic" collection:

 It is a brief version of a word

 “Aegyptos” [2], which is a word used by the Byzantines against the people of Egypt, and the word “Coptic” was popularized when Egypt was under Byzantine rule, and this word means the inhabitants of Egypt and has nothing to do with determining religion,

 Coptic is national and ethnic, and it is a word synonymous with the word Egyptians. For every Coptic is Egyptian, the Coptic is the entire race and people of Egypt and does not refer to a specific religion or sect.

 Here are the questions for the new lecture:

 * Have you read anything from the Old Testament?

 * Do you know how the Torah was converted to the Old Testament?

 * Do you know how the Bible became a new era?

 * Do you know when Christ was born?

 * Do you know the lineage of Christ?

 * Do you know who the disciples are?

 * Do you know anything about Jesus' disciples?

 * Do you hear about Paul and his role in changing the religion of Christ?

 God willing, we will bring you an answer soon, so wait for us

Dr/ Ahmed Zaid.


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