Maybe you know yet, but I'll tell it anyway...<quoted text>Earlier I got bmz to admit that his assertion that God actually spoke to Mohammad was something that Mohammad never said happened.
(I then called him a liar, not that he even realizes it.)
In many cases when bmz is caught in error in islamic doctrine, the fool does not admit openly his mistakes, but try to ignore them.
The funny thing is that a teenager like Mary is said to have encounter Jibreel, but she wasn't that shocked from that, while Muhammad was so shocked that he got the fever. What a masculine prophet they have.<quoted text> Howeever, Mohammad DID speak about this "Jibreel" creature who supposedly gave him "revelations" from "Allah" about things that supposedly occurred many centuries before Mohammad ever went into the prophet/warlord business.
The thing is, this "Jibreel" creature didn't introduce itself by name. Rather, it was Mohammad's wife's quasi-Christian cousin Waraqa who suggested that it was "Jibreel," a.k.a., "Gabriel," who was recorded in the Hebrew and Christian SCRIPTURES as being an angellic messenger sent by God, so OF COURSE, it only made sense that the creature that appeared to Mohammad in some fashion and scared him so badly that he went running home to mommy Khadija like a scared rabbit could only have been the same messenger "Jibreel/Gabriel" that appeared to Mary and others because, after all, Mohammad could not possibly have had a psychotic meltdown after spending so many days alone in that dark, dark cave...right?
Tabari VI:70 "He went to Khadija and said,'I think that I have gone mad.'"