In John 14, does Jesus predict the coming of Muhammad? - Shabir Ally vs David Wood  

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According to the Qur'an, both the Torah and the Gospel contain clear prophecies about Muhammad (see Qur'an 7:157). Muslims have had nearly fourteen centuries to find these prophecies, and the most commonly cited New Testament "prophecy" about Muhammad is found in John 14:16, where Jesus declares that the "Comforter" or "Helper" (Greek "paraclete") will come after him. Even though Jesus specifically identifies the Comforter as the "Spirit of Truth" in the very next verse, Muslims claim that the prophecy refers to Muhammad. But can this passage really be applied to Muhammad? In this video, Shabir Ally and David Wood discuss the evidence. Clips are taken from "Does Muhammad Give Us the Truth about Jesus? (Shabir Ally vs. David Wood)."


Shared on: 05 Dec 2016

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