No. I ended it up.<quoted text>
01. So you left the "debate" on Quranic Chapter 112 and started a "new" argument?
You stated he described the last prophet. He has never prophesized or described any last prophet.<quoted text> Moses prophesized for some prophet to come after him or not? Who is that Prophet?
It was not your Muhammad. It must be from the seed of David, he has to restore Jerusalem, and should appear at the end of the days. Those are but few things out of many that this messiah should accomplish and whom Muhammad failed miserably, hence he is disqualified for the being what previous scriptures foretold.<quoted text> Many prophets foretold about Messiah, it is not a strange title with Jews. There have been so many Messiahs in the past and one more will come.
That you don't fully understand what you read is pretty evident. What did I say was if you ever read and understood the Tanakh, seen the gross mistakes and lack of basic knowledge displayed by your posts.<quoted text>I read Bible from cover to cover, if that is what you mean. Who can say that he "fully understood" any religious scripture? Only fools or those with "little knowledge" can say that.
How do you know that in those days people were very quick to change religion? The disciples of Jesus were Jews and they have never changed their religion. Quite stupid example you made, to support the lie of the story narrated in Hadith<quoted text> 02. In those days, people were very "quick" to change their religion, no doubt. Just look at how Jesus got his first disciples.
One odd miracle here and there, and lo, they followed you to the end of world, why cant the same thing happen with our prophet?
If Zaid was a Jewish he would have known yet that Muhammad was not the prophet foretold in Tanakh (see above why). So either the story was invented, or his convertion was forced. The test itself is pretty stupid and cannot determinate whether or not Muhammad was the prophet, or that prophet. Furthermore Zaid has not really been that offensive either.<quoted text>This ZAID was "more than half convinced" with teachings of our prophet. He only wanted to test his patience and forbearing about which he had read in his Torah. So he devised a scheme to find a way to test it. And when he saw what he was looking for he declared his faith.
You don't have to be a prophet of god to attract people since any charismatic person has the power to, and they were/are not prophet of any god. Besides in the Tanakh there are several examples of how certain prophets were rejected or not listened by their folks.<quoted text>Prophets of God have very strong power to attract people, when we see in our days so many people becoming fans and supporters just be hearing one speech or shaking hands with some leaders, what we can say about prophets.
Actually from the Tanakh we know there have been a lot of prophets but just some were recorded. Those prophets in Tanakh came out pretty often, in any period, and only among the Jews. It just contradicts what you said. It was not that rare back then, in Israel.<quoted text> It is not "every day" that new prophets come into the world. It is rarest of the rare occasions and blessed are people who see prophets and meet with them.
Had Muhammad been the prophet of god and therefore able to attract people then he wouldn't have made so many wars.<quoted text> And then on the other hand, those who see prophets face to face and listen them speak and teach and…..still reject them, they are the worse humans, lost for ever.
Had Allah really existed and been powerful he wouldn't have allowed the death of thousands of people to convert into his religion.