Islamic claims that Muhammad was foretold in the Bible are based on this verse in the Qu’ran: “Those who follow the Apostle, the unlettered Prophet, whom they find mentioned in their own—in the Law and the Gospel” (Sura 7:157). In support of the above assertion, Islamic apologists have written volumes arguing that Muhammad is the Prophet in Deuteronomy 18 and the Paraclete in John 14.
In this presentation, Robert Haddad focuses on the arguments used by Islamic apologists to support their claim of a “Biblical Muhammad.” Robert systematically dismantles the arguments, proving from the Bible itself that the expected Prophet and Paraclete can be none other than Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. In the final analysis, there is no verse in the Bible that can be seriously relied upon to support Islamic claims.
About the Presenter
Robert Haddad is married and has four children. He has a Masters in Theology, Philosophy, and Education. His published works include the Lord of History series (2002), the Christ the Teacher series (2004), and St. Justin: The Case for Christianity (2009). He has also contributed to the Journal for Pastoral Theology (2008). He taught at St. Charbel’s College (7-12) for 15 years, the Centre for Thomistic Studies for 12 years, and has tutored in Theology at UNDA since 2007.
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Approximately 75 minutes
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DVD format: NTSC