No, it shows that you are making up whatever suits your fancy. Why don't you tell me the rule where it says brethren means one thing if we are talking about Kings, and an entirely different thing if we are talking about Prophets? You can't because you simply made that rule up to suit your fancy.Mr. Seeker.
C. Prophet versus Kings: comparing apples against Oranges?
Your this much emphasis on the "brethren part" shows your weakness of position.
The only actual indication we have from the scriptures of what "like Moses" means is found in Deuteronomy 34.If no Kings were appointed from Jews, then one would look at "their other brethren" and appoint one.
In case of prophets, since "No prophet like Moses" came from jews, so we have to look into their "brethren".
10 Since then, no prophet has risen in Israel like Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face, 11 who did all those signs and wonders the Lord sent him to do in Egyptto Pharaoh and to all his officials and to his whole land. 12 For no one has ever shown the mighty power or performed the awesome deeds that Moses did in the sight of all Israel.
Does this fit Muhammad? Did Muhammad know the Lord face to face? Did he perform miracles? It is possible to say that Jesus did.
The only one he did not fit in Deuteronomy 18 was the title of prophet. But who is to say that the Messiah is not also a Prophet? Who is to say that one cannot be a Prophet, and also be more than a Prophet? This could merely be semantics. So while the title of Prophet makes it seem like it would not be Jesus, that alone does not disqualify him as there is no definition of what a Prophet must be.Jesus did not satisfy many of the "most critical" part of this prophesy,
As far as "like Moses" goes, if we look at the only reference there is to what "like Moses" mean, which is quoted above, then Jesus would most certainly fit this far better than Muhammad. As far as saying only what God tells him to say, there is plenty of indication that this is what Jesus did. He never changed his mind, nor never abrogated anything he said later on like Muhammad did. As far coming from the Jews, Jesus fits this.
Let's also look at 18:20.
20 But the prophet, that shall speak a word presumptuously in My name, which I have not commanded him to speak, or that shall speak in the name of other gods, that same prophet shall die.'
One might say that Jesus did not really die, since he was resurrected, and the Quran says he was raised up. But let's forget about what the Quran says because that book is a fraud anyway and is not even part of the discussion. But Muhammad most certainly died.