Comments on Those Who Lie About Contacts
Like no other Nokodemionian prophets, Mohammed lived in abundance as a merchant and a statesman. He owned a commercial city, wrote and enacted regulations of various social affairs, and married several women (who knows how many). He got things that the majority of Terran males could only dream of in their mediocre lives, and yet he never forgot to do his necessary prophetic tasks. He enjoyed his duties as a prophet as much as he enjoyed his privileges as a man of wealth. He lived as a champion and died as a greater champion. Mohammed's life shows Terrans that:
- A prophet does not have to be a marginalized man.
- A prophet does not have to live a cumbersome life.
- A prophet does not have to refuse the use of violence for defending the innocent people.
- A prophet may have several wives. <---- indisputable
---- M -- (talk), Serenity, Republic Of Lost Paradise, 15:42, 26 February 2013 (GMT)
Schlitzohr could be translated as "trickster" or "tricky person".
--Allah. (talk), Endless Desert, 06:23, 20 April 2013 (CEST)
"Allah" should not be translated to any language, whether terrestrial or extraterrestrial. "Allah" represents not only a concept, but also the real historical context in which the term was introduced. "Allah" should always be written as Allah, until the end of space and time.
--Allah. (talk), Endless Desert, 06:26, 20 April 2013 (CEST)
Moslems said that Mohammed was not a prophet (nabi), but an apostle (rasul). A prophet makes a prophecy, and Mohammed never made any prophecy, he just disseminate teachings. Is that true? Could anyone give me some insight about this? It is allright if the insight given does not corespond to the reality. It is also allright if the insight solely based on delusion.
--Allah. (talk), Endless Desert, 15:04, 21 April 2013 (CEST)
The wiki page on Khatam-an-Nabuwwah states many times he was the "last prophet" to be sent by "God". http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khatim_an-Nabuwwah
--Jamesm (talk), 00:21, 22 April 2013 (CEST)
Another wiki page addressed Mohammed as "the apostle" and "messenger of Allah": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mahdi
--Allah. (talk), Endless Desert, 09:28, 22 April 2013 (CEST)