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Summary of the Commentary on the Qur’an or Koran


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Summary of the Commentary on the Qur’an or Koran


Section 6

This section deals with problems in the Understanding of the Qur’an or Koran and their explanation (p. 56).


Problems in the Understanding of the Koran


It is held that Surah 4:157 denies the crucifixion. Indeed Professor A. H. Johns holds that position from the words:

They (The Jews) say, ‘We killed Christ, Jesus the son of Mary, the Messenger of God’.  They did not kill him and they did not crucify him, but it was made to appear to them (as though they had).  (A H Johns, The Koran Pt. II, Bulletin of Christian Affairs, No. 113, July 1981, p. 12.)


It does not follow that the Koran was denying that the attempt was made or that the physical death ensued. The Jews were claiming that they had killed Christ and he was not resurrected. They claimed at the time that he died and stayed dead. From the plain words of the text in Al Tariq it appears rather the contrary. It is equally possible that he was rejecting the claims of the Jews regarding the resurrection. The additions in brackets are not the original statement. If Prof. Johns’ interpretation is correct, then the Arabian Prophet is disqualified as a prophet as he contradicts the Law and the testimony (Isa. 8:20). There must, therefore, be another interpretation of the text.


(As the very words are part of the revelation within Islamic tradition, sometimes the individual style of the Bible writers is a cause of concern to Muslims. The concept of inspiration and accuracy of the Holy Spirit has been lessened by syncretic alteration and watering down of biblical law and teaching by Athanasian doctrine (and antinomianism) and is largely responsible for this view. See also Johns, ibid., page 19 for comments concerning the Muslim attitude and the variant biblical narrative and Oral Koranic forms.)


The Prophet makes the point at Surah 5 The Table Spread 17:

Those who say that Allah is Christ the son of Mary are infidels. Declare who has any power against God, even if he wished to destroy Christ the son of Mary, his mother and every one on the earth.


The Trinitarian position had stated that Christ was God. But quite clearly, Christ in human form was not God. Moreover, the Bible states that there is only One True God who sent Jesus Christ. That understanding is critical to eternal life (Jn. 17:3). The concept of Christ as the firstfruits was overlooked and the Trinitarian concept at the time of the Prophet was destroying the very concept of the spiritual unity of God. Moreover, as we will see, the name Allah is derived from Eloah and means in effect The Power. Christ was not Eloah and this point is supported by the Bible (see the series of papers on the Godhead, esp. The Deity of Christ (No. 147)) and The Pre-Existence of Jesus Christ (No. 243)). The names for God in Greek and Latin (and also English) do not carry the same complex meaning as Hebrew and Chaldean or Aramaic and Arabic.


From the Surah Al Tariq, Christians can now understand what was meant when Christ said he was the door (or, gate) at John 10:7. Further at Matthew 7:7 and Luke 11:10, the door is opened to anyone who knocks, and at Revelation 3:20, Behold I stand at the door and knock. All these texts are references stemming from and indicating the name and status of Christ as the Morning Star, the purpose of his ministry and that he was the Messiah.


At both Al Tariq and The Heifer, the Prophet states that there will be no helper or intercessor. He is not refuting Christ’s command of human judgment, but rather the increasing practice of assuming human or other intercession by Mariam (Mary), the angels and by dead saints. Further example is that of The Night Journey 17:56-57 which states,

Pray if you will to those whom you deify besides Him. They cannot relieve your distress, nor can they change it. Those to whom they pray, themselves seek to approach their Lord, vying with each other to be near Him.

The biblical concept is the same, in that prayer is to God only (in Christ’s name), and no other.


By the time of the Prophet the following traditions had been adopted:


*    Profaning the Sabbath from the Council of Elvira (c. 300 CE) and by Edict of Constantine in 321 CE.


*    The doctrine of the Trinity and a Sunday resurrection, i.e. the Lord’s Day, established from the Council of Nicea at 325 CE. Accord was gained by Constantine marching in a cohort of Roman troops and arresting Theonas of Marmarica, Secundus of Ptolemais (with a host of other bishops). These bishops with Arius were exiled to Illyricum until 327/328 CE, when they were all recalled and re-established.


*    Proscription of Sabbath worship by the Council of Laodicea in 366 CE.


*    Veneration of angels and dead saints (c. 375 CE).


*    Worship of saints and relics authorised at the Council of Constantinople in 381 CE. The two elements of the Trinity were formulated at this council and power was ceded to the Athanasian faction.


*    Worship of Mariam (Mary), (or Mariolatry) and the use of the title Mother of God introduced by the Council of Ephesus in 431 CE.


*    The Trinity was formulated finally with the Holy Spirit as the third element from the Council of Chalcedon (c. 451 CE).


*    The doctrine of Purgatory established by Pope Gregory the Great in 593 CE.

Christ as Son of God

Texts from the Koran taken in isolation indeed appear to deny the fact of Christ as Son of God. Like the Bible, the Koran must be taken in context and cannot be read in isolation.


The Trinity was built on the lie of Binitarianism introduced at Nicea in 325 CE. The concept of the Duality of Christ and God stems from this error. The Prophet Qasim was faced with refuting this error continually, due to the spread of the false teaching. Let us examine the texts.

 The Women

 1. [4.171] O followers of the Book! do not exceed the limits in your  religion, and do not speak (lies) against Allah, but (speak) the truth; the Messiah, Isa son of Marium is only an apostle of Allah and His Word which He communicated to Marium and a spirit from Him; believe therefore in Allah and His apostles, and say not, Three. Desist, it is better for you; Allah is only one God; far be It from His glory that He should have a son, whatever is in the heavens and whatever is in the earth is His, and Allah is sufficient for a Protector.

Here we have, what begins as a valid argument against the doctrine of the Trinity. Then it states “far be It from His glory that He should have a son,” and so we are left with the argument that he denies the sonship of God. However, as we will see, the Koran is not denying that God placed Christ in the womb of Mariam by Divine Fiat. The Hadith thus misrepresents what the Koran is saying here.

Again we see these three texts in “Mariam”

[19.88] And they say: The Beneficent God has taken (to Himself) a son.

[19.91] That they ascribe a son to the Beneficent God.

[19.92] And it is not worthy of the Beneficent God that He should take (to Himself) a son.

So we are apparently confronted with this same denial again, and a denial of the whole principle of the Father having sons at all.

The Prophets

1. [21.26] And they say: The Beneficent God has taken to Himself a! son. Glory be to Him. Nay! they are honored servants

Again we have another denial of the principle of sonship and fatherhood. So, we can argue that the elect are servants, but can we also argue that we are also sons and heirs? Indeed we can from the Bible texts. Again, if that is the point, then the Koran is disqualified as a text in that it contradicts the law and the testimony (Isa. 8:20), and hence invalid. The Koran must have another explanation for what is being said here in the texts. We see also:

The Believers

1. [23.91] Never did Allah take to Himself a son, and never was there with him any (other) god-- in that case would each god have certainly taken away what he created, and some of them would certainly have overpowered others; glory be to Allah above what they describe!


Thus Ditheism is condemned by the Koran. It is also condemned by the Bible. The Bible is quite clear that God did indeed take sons and created multiple sons of God, and that was standard understanding throughout the ancient systems. The explanation is that the sons of God were all created by God through Divine fiat, and not by any act of procreation. This will become clearer from the Koran itself as we will see below.


The texts below also seem to convey the denial of the sonship.

The Immunity

1. [9.30] ...... and the Christians say: The Messiah is the son of Allah; these are the words of their mouths; they imitate the saying of those who disbelieved before; may Allah destroy them; how they are turned away!

Ornaments of Gold

1. [43.81] Say: If the Beneficent God has a son, I am the foremost of those who serve.


It is also asserted that the Qur'an teaches the denial of the death, crucifixion and resurrection of the son of God from the following verse:

The Women

 [4.157] And their saying: Surely we have killed the Messiah, Isa son of Mariam, the apostle of Allah; and they did not kill him nor did they crucify him, but it appeared to them so (like Isa) and most surely those who differ therein are only in a doubt about it; they have no knowledge respecting it, but only follow a conjecture, and they killed him not for sure.


The simple explanation of all these texts is found in the text of Surah 19:33-35 "Mariam."

33 So Peace is on me [Jesus] the day I was born, the day that I die and the day that I shall be raised up to life (again).

34 Such (was) Jesus the son of Mary: (it is) a statement of truth, about which they (vainly) dispute.

35 It is not befitting (to the majesty of) Allah that he should beget a son. Glory be to Him! When He determines a matter he only says to it, 'Be', and it is.


[61.6] And when Isa son of Marium said: O children of Israel! surely I am the apostle of Allah to you, verifying that which is before me of the Taurat [Law or Torah] and giving the good news of an Apostle who will come after me, his name being Ahmad, but when he came to them with clear arguments they said: This is clear magic.

[4.159] And there is not one of the followers of the Book but most certainly believes in this before his death, and on the day of resurrection he (Isa) shall be a witness against them.


The second witness in the Koran is Surah 2:116.

[2:116] And they say: Allah has taken to himself a son. Glory be to Him; rather, whatever is in the heavens and the earth is His; all are obedient to Him.


[2.117] Wonderful Originator of the heavens and the earth, and when He decrees an affair, He only says to it, Be, so there it is.


Thus both quotes establish the placement of Christ in the womb of Mariam by divine fiat in accordance with prophesy.


The term “the Ahmed” is referring to the Holy Spirit as the Church and not to the Arabian Prophet, as is assumed by Hadithic Islam. We deal with these aspects in the Introduction  to the Commentary on the Qur’an (Q00I).

In the seventh century we are still dealing with Heathenism that asserts that gods came down and fornicated with humans and begat children. That was the assertion that the Koran was combating. The Koran must be read in the light of the problems of the time. Paul’s letters also have to be read and understood in context.

The fact is, that God simply said, ‘Be’, and it was that Christ was implanted in the womb of Mariam. He died on the stake, was placed in the tomb, and was resurrected to life and ascended into heaven after three days and three nights in belly of the earth.


The Names of God

God is known by various names in the Semitic languages. This is a difficulty for English. The Hebrew root word is El. The singularity of God is Eloah. The plurality is elohim. In the Chaldean it is Elaha’ or Elahh with the plural form being Elahin. The Arabic form of Allah’ is derived from or equates with Eloah or Elaha’. The name of God given at Sinai was YAH[o]VAH. The root is Yah or Jah (SHD 3050) for the longer form Yehovah (SHD 3068) which is derived from ‘eyeh ‘asher ‘eyeh (I will be what I will become, Ex. 3:14 see Companion Bible). Yahovah (Jehovah) (SHD 3068) is the Jewish national name for God. Yehovih  (Jehovih) (SHD 3069) is pronounced or read as Elohim so as not to confuse the entities and SHD 3068 is pronounced as Adonai (SHD 136). Eloah is the being that bears the name Yehovih or Yahovah of Hosts. He is the deity of the Koran and the name Allah or The Lah is the term meaning the power or deity as applied to this being.


God was given as the living God who wills to be the Lord of all man’s thinking and living and upon whom His very being is dependent. From Abraham He was seen as being hidden from mankind and revealed Himself to man at varying stages in history and in theophanies such as to Moses and the giving of the Law at Sinai. He was always stated as being present with His people and the people of Israel are seen primarily as a covenant people. The Prophet states this in the Koran (2:63,83ff.,93,246; 3:93; 5:12,90), and isolates the role and duty of this nation admonishing them at Surah 2:40ff. and 122.


Up until the 12th century, it was always held by Islam that Isaac had held the birthright and not Ishmael, but the xenophobia of the later Hadithic writings reversed this teaching and attributed the birthright to Ishmael. The Hadith was an explanatory text or texts which came to interpret the meaning of the Koran in the same way the Talmud and the Oral law came to interpret the Bible for rabbinical Judaism. These interpretations were often against the express words of the text. Christianity came to adopt the same system in the Roman structure and later Protestantism. Thus the three systems became hopelessly divided in understanding.


This Hadithic innovation in Islam has serious repercussion in that Christ’s teachings and those of the apostles were rendered in total contradiction and therefore the Bible had to be totally rejected as spurious. The purpose of the Arab nation in God’s plan also came to be misunderstood. The Koran’s description of the Arab people as the Middle People had to be reinterpreted, in the Middle Ages, as the Best of People, losing sight of what the Prophet meant by this term. This reversal was no doubt prompted by the Athanasian Christian Church’s military adventures against Islam and its total polarisation. Forgotten was the role of protectors of the People of the Book or Nasrani as the Nazarine Christians were called. Indeed, Omar had issued an edict of protection both in Mesopotamia for them and, when the invasion of North Africa and Spain occurred, this same edict of protection was extended. Unfortunately, the Inquisition was explicitly directed against them and caught up Jews and Muslims as well. Modern Jewish writers (such as Netanyahu) attempt to deny that the Inquisition was against the Christians that followed the Law and kept the food laws and Holy Days. They attempt to make claim that the Inquisition was against the Jews and that the so-called Judaising Christians, the Albigensians and Waldensians were really Jews in spite of the fact the rabbis of the day declared them not to be Jews. This conflict is not understood by either modern Christianity or Islam and is, seemingly, deliberately obscured by rabbinical Judaism.


Modern Islam does not understand that the Children of the Scriptures were also Israel. The reference to keep the covenant at Surah 17 is to the Children of Israel, including those of spiritual Israel and all of those of the surrender, including Islam.


In the post exilic period, the name Adonai was substituted for the covenant name Yah[o]veh as a title also of honour and majesty, perhaps because of the inability to understand the roles of the subordinate Elohim of Israel who was the Great Angel of Israel’s redemption and deliverance and the Messiah (see Gen. 48:15-16; Ps. 45:6-7; Heb. 1:8-9).


The covenant name Yah[o]vah was introduced to Moses and from the traditions has become the written and unspoken name of God. From Exodus 6:2-3 this name was not known to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and is only specifically used for Israel. But Yah[o]vah (under delegation from Yahovah of Hosts) is, however, the ruler of all mankind. Israel was given to Yahovah as his special portion from the allocation of the nations to the sons of God by the Most High God (Deut. 32:8, see RSV).


Genesis 18 and 19 use the term Yahovah when referring to three Angels and the Yahovah in Heaven.


The concept of the existence of the One True God being surrounded by angels (who bore His name as sons) was constant throughout Old and New Testament writings and the Koran. The concept of an angel associated with Yahovah is found in the Old Testament at Genesis 21:17, 22:11, 15:16, 31:11-13; Exodus 3:2-5; Judges 6:11-23 etc., where the messenger is identified with Yahovah Himself and in these passages speaks alternately of the angel and of Yahovah and in one instance the name or very self of God or Yahovah is found to be in the guiding angel (Ex. 23:20-21). In these cases the angel is in the form of Yahovah’s appearance in each specific situation referred to and is in human guise but not as an incarnation. It is asserted, however, that no man has seen God so that the appearing angel became the face of God and is that being referred to when Moses was promised that Yahovah’s face (RSV presence) would accompany the people in the wilderness (Ex. 33:14-15). This figure was referred to as Elohim and El or called God but was not Yahovih or Yahovah of Hosts. This figure was referred to by Judah as the Archangel Michael but is now understood to be Jesus Christ or the Word, the outspoken fiat or presence of God.


It was from the actualisation of God in the singular apparition as the Word called Elohim (and El) that the spoken name of God occurred. This plural word elohim was applied to those angels or messengers that appeared for Eloah. It was from this concept that the Paulicians were accused of referring to Christ as an angel (see ERE, art. ‘Paulicians’, Vol. 9, p. 696).


The name Allah is derived from the spoken name of God, namely the Hebrew word Eloah. The plural elohim is also derived from this singular form. It is asserted, that traditionally, YHVH was not spoken but we know that is not true for the Temple period. Adonai was used for SHD 3068 and Elohim for SHD 3069 by post-Temple rabbis but the words were spoken in the Temple on a daily basis in public worship. Elohim, while sometimes in the singular, is in fact a plural word and often accompanied by a plural verb. To render the name of the being The God in the unambiguous singular, the form Eloah is used. Eloah in the generic sense can also refer to a negative concept of not God or no gods at all (Deut. 32:17) where the negation of power and Godhead is required. Eloah and Allah (or the Lah) are both used in the Koran. Such terms are used to differentiate between the Eternal God (termed as God the Father) and Elohim as the Word, the Face, or Presence of God. This Angel of the Presence is referred to at Exodus 23:20. He bears the name of God,

for my name is in him. A good example of this distinction is in Psalm 18:31:

   “For who is God (Eloah), but the Lord?

   And who is a rock, except our God (Elohim)?”


The concept of the word of God as a separate divine form is found in the custom of referring to magistrates as elohim in that their judgments were guided by God, as were the priests.


Eloah is used “forty-two times in the book of Job and only fifteen times elsewhere (e.g. Deut. 32:15,17; Ps. 18:31 (H 18:32); Prov. 30:5; Isa 44:8; Hab. 1:11)” (The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Vol. 2, p. 414). As the Koran was taken from the sayings of the prophet(s), the difference occurred. Allah, Elohim, Yahovah, the Eternal are one and the same except where Elohim is used as judge in reference to the Word, the Messiah or to the Council of the Elohim (see also the papers The Elect as Elohim (No. 001), The God We Worship (No. 002), The Deity of Christ (No. 147), The Holy Spirit (No. 117), The First Commandment: The Sin of Satan (No. 153) and the Law series (No. 252-No. 263)).


The word Yahovah or Yehovah is a breakdown of the written Hebrew YHVH with later punctuation. Later Jewish tradition incorrectly asserts that they were never spoken so as not to confuse the two beings referred to in the texts as Yahovah and Yahovih. Indeed, the Sopherim, or rabbinical scribes, changed Yahovah to Adonai in the Masoretic text in 134 places to disguise the issue (see Companion Bible, Appendixes 31, 32 and 33) similar alterations were made regarding the term elohim (ibid.). These changes were made by post-Temple Judaism and such views were never held in the Temple period.



Section 7

This section and Conclusion deal with the place of Christ in the Koran, and the consequence of his rejection by the Hadith. The text then goes on to explain the position of Satan and his removal as Morning Star and replacement by Christ. The Conclusion then shows what is to happen at the end of the age and for the millennial system and the Second Resurrection.


Hadithic Islam rejects Christ and hence denies the Koran

Modern Islam rejects comment on the Messiah and claims from some texts in the Koran that the Prophet made no distinction of Christ, i.e. from Surah 6 Cattle at verses 81-91 specifically at verse 86, Jesus is mentioned as of the Righteous. In fact, this grouping of texts shows clearly that wisdom is given by God and is not of man. God reveals to an elect the truth and gives the Scripture command and prophethood. Obedience to His revealed word is conditional for the retention of knowledge and authority; and removal of the authority to another obedient people, the punishment for disobedience. This echoes Christ’s statement at Matthew 21:43.


The following texts are important to understanding Christ’s role in the Koran and these texts reiterate the Bible position.

1. [5.43] And how do they make you a judge and they have the Taurat wherein is Allah's judgment? Yet they turn back after that, and these are not the believers.

2. [5.44] Surely We revealed the Taurat in which was guidance and light; with it the prophets who submitted themselves (to Allah) judged (matters) for those who were Jews, and the masters of Divine knowledge and the doctors, because they were required to guard (part) of the Book of Allah, and they were witnesses thereof; therefore fear not the people and fear Me, and do not take a small price for My communications; and whoever did not judge by what Allah revealed, those are they that are the unbelievers.

3. [5.46] And We sent after them in their footsteps Isa, son of Marium, verifying what was before him of the Taurat and We gave him the Injeel in which was guidance and light, and verifying what was before it of Taurat and a guidance and an admonition for those who guard (against evil).

4. [5.66] And if they had kept up the Taurat and the Injeel and that which was revealed to them from their Lord, they would certainly have eaten from above them and from beneath their feet there is a party of them keeping to the moderate course, and (as for) most of them, evil is that which they do

5. [5.68] Say: O followers of the Book! you follow no good till you keep up the Taurat and the Injeel and that which is revealed to you from your Lord; and surely that which has been revealed to you from your Lord shall make many of them increase in inordinacy and unbelief; grieve not therefore for the unbelieving people.

6. [5.110] When Allah will say: O Isa son of Marium! Remember My favor on you and on your mother, when I strengthened you I with the holy Spirit, you spoke to the people in the cradle and I when of old age, and when I taught you the Book and the wisdom and the Taurat and the Injeel; and when you determined out of clay a thing like the form of a bird by My permission, then you breathed into it and it became a bird by My permission, and you healed the blind and the leprous by My permission; and when you brought forth the dead by My permission; and when I withheld the children of Israel from you when you came to them with clear arguments, but those who disbelieved among them said: This is nothing but clear enchantment.


At Surah 5 The Table Spread 46, 78 and 110ff., we see that the gospel was bestowed on Christ confirming that which was (revealed) before him, i.e. fulfilling the Law and we bestowed on him the gospel wherein is guidance and a light confirming that which was (revealed) before it in the Torah - a guidance and an admonition unto those who ward off (evil).


The Koran states unequivocally at verse 47 that the People of the Gospel are to judge by that which is revealed therein and that unto: ... They have we revealed the scriptures with the truth, so judge between them by that which Allah hath revealed ...

An apparently confusing portion occurs at verse 51 because the Prophet is alleged to contradict himself here as he says: O ye who believe!  Take not the Jews and Christians for friends.  They are friend one to another.


Here the Koran is making a clear distinction between the People of the Gospel (e.g. Sabians or Sabeans) and those generically called Christians. He differentiated between the Church of God, which at that time was in Upper Syria, Armenia, Abyssinia and Mesopotamia, which kept the Law and the teachings of Christ and the larger mainstream Christian church sects which had adopted erroneous pagan customs espousing serious heresies, including the Trinity.


Later writers included the comments as Pickthall did in verse 53 after Then will the believers say (unto the people of the scripture), Are these they who swore by Allah their most binding oaths that they were surely with you? Their works have failed and they have become the losers. This text accords with Christ’s promise at Revelation to the church of Philadelphia, where those who say they are Jews, but are not, but are of the synagogue of Satan, will prostrate themselves to (proskuneo) the Elect. Refer also to the paper The Genetic Origin of the Nations (No. 265).


The Koran states, at Surah 42 Counsel verse 13, that the religion (of the surrender) was established by Abraham, Moses and Jesus and is not divided, being known from the days of Noah. This position is what we understand to be the basis of the faith from Noah and the laws as understood from Noah. Rabbinical Judaism refers to these as the Noahite law and holds it in distinction to the law of Torah as interpreted by the Oral tradition. The Law was extant from Adam (cf. the Law series: L1, and papers (No. 252-No. 263) and (No. 281). There is no biblical difference between the law given to Moses and that observed by Noah and Abraham and as kept by Melchisedek in Salem. The Koran holds that God Himself chooses and calls those established in the faith. This is exactly the position of Paul in Romans 8:29-34.


At verse 14 of Surah 42, the Koran states that the divisions in the faith occurred after the knowledge was given and turned by rivalry (or by worldly considerations) and that those who were made to inherit the Scripture after them, i.e. after the divisions, are verily in hopeless doubt concerning it. In other words, this mainstream church system became divided and apostate. It obviously is referring to the Diphysite/Monophysite schism and the doctrines of the Chalcedonians, and their fundamental errors in relation to the original doctrines as practised by the sect called Paulicians.


The Koran states, at Surah 43 Ornaments of Gold when talking of the establishment of the religion, that Egypt made light of Moses (v. 54). Here Pharaoh and Egypt are used in the classic biblical sense of sin and earthly power. It states also that people laugh out at Christ.


As revelation the Koran says of Christ: He is nothing but a slave (of God, i.e. Abd Allah, considered to be the highest designation) on whom we (i.e. Eloah, or Elaha) bestowed favour and we made him a pattern for the children of Israel. It uses this in the sense of Romans 11 and it is from the Koran that the clear national identity and responsibility of the elect is seen. At verse 63, the Koran says that Jesus came with clear proofs (of Allah’s sovereignty - Pickthall). It said, I have come unto you with wisdom and to make plain some of that concerning which ye differ. So keep your duty to Allah and obey me. It also shows the bickering of the Jewish factions at verse 65. The Hadith uses Surah 3 The Family of Imran from verses 80-84. At verse 80, the Prophet says: And He commanded you not that ye should take the angels and the prophets for Lords. Would He commend you to disbelieve after ye had surrendered (to Allah); and from verses 83 and 84:

Say (O Mohammed): We believe in Allah and that which is revealed unto us and that which was revealed unto Abraham and Ishmael and Isaac and Jacob and the tribes, and that which was vouchsafed unto Moses and Jesus and the prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them, and unto Him we have surrendered.


And whoso seeketh as religion other than the Surrender (to Allah) it will not be accepted from him, and he will be a loser in the Hereafter.


The term surrender applies to Moses, Christ and the Prophets in the Old and New Testaments and the Koran. The Arabic for the surrender is Al Islam. The term loser in the Hereafter can only apply in the sense of obtaining an inferior resurrection and judgment.


From the comment, We make no distinction between any of them etc., modern Islam seeks to deny the Athanasian position and then, somehow, ignore Christ’s teachings which the Prophet does not allow them to do. This position is not altogether different from the words of Christ himself when he delivered the Revelation to John. At Revelation 22:7-9 he says:

“Behold I come quickly:  blessed is he that keepeth the sayings of the prophecy of this book.

And I John saw these things, and heard them, And when I had heard and seen, I fell down to worship before the feet of the angel which shewed me these things.

Then saith he unto me, See thou do it not: for I am thy fellow servant, and of thy brethren the prophets, and of them which keep the sayings of this book: worship God.”


The statements of Christ and the Arabian Prophet are the same. The use of the term kurios or Lord in relation to Christ is in the sense of leader or ruler, not as the Koran uses it here in the sense of God. The term making no distinction between any of them is a reference to the inspiration of the message, but the gospel of the Kingdom of God was a message of the firstfruits and of the Spirit at Pentecost, so the Arabian Prophet could not deny Christ as the firstfruits as this was his entire mission, and one acknowledged by the Koran, as Al Tariq so vividly portrays. What the Arabian Prophet does do is destroy completely the Athanasian concept of the Trinity, which was never held by the original Christian Church, and for which they have been continually persecuted (see Prof. Roth’s translation of The Edict of the Faith of 1512 by Andres Del Palacio, Inquisitor to Valencia – C. Roth, The Spanish Inquisition).


Islam cannot ignore Christ and still be of Islam. It must be remembered that the Arabian Prophet was writing to refute the Trinitarian heresy. They claimed that Christ was a true God when the Bible was clear that there was only One True God and that Christ was His son whom He sent (Jn. 17:3; 1Jn. 5:20). The Koran must be read in that light but it must be read in the light of the texts available to the church in Arabia. The Prophet’s wife’s family had been under Christian influence and were Christian, even and especially as they were also of Jewish extraction; but he was not Trinitarian and that was the issue on which Islam was founded and the Koran written.


At Surah 57 Iron, the Prophet, at verses 26-27, shows that the faith was given to Noah and Abraham and that the prophethood and the Scripture was placed in their seed, that the messengers (or prophets) were caused to follow in their footsteps and that Jesus was caused to follow and given the gospel and that the Lord placed compassion and mercy in the hearts of those who follow him. He uses those verses specifically to castigate monasticism as not ordained by God. The significance of this is great. The sects practicing this non-scriptural deviation at the time were both the Athanasians and the Monophysites. The Paulicians were the only sect not doing so as were this sect to the east from which sprang Islam. It is as unscriptural now as it was when the Prophet outlawed it with these words attributed to God: But monasticism they invented - We ordained it not for them.


From verse 25:

We verily sent our messengers with clear proofs and revealed with them the Scripture and the Balance that mankind may observe right measure.


The People of the Scripture are reminded at verse 29 that they control nought of the bounty of Allah but the bounty is in Allah’s hand to give to whom he will. This was a direct refutation of the doctrines established in 590 CE by Gregory I when creating the temporal Holy Roman Empire, which was to last 1,260 years to 1850 CE ending completely in 1872. Rome decreed that temporal authority rested in the Church of Rome. From the Bull Unam Sanctam salvation was considered impossible outside of the Church of Rome. This, of course, was counter to the Bible and also here in the Koran. The Trinitarian system as operating from the Vatican is prophesied by their own “infallible” popes to be destined to end very soon. The Vatican will be destroyed and the Last Pope (No. 288) will leave over the bodies of his priests.


The Scripture was preserved by Israel and Judah until Messiah and it and the New Testament are available today. The Dead Sea Scrolls also show that the Scriptures are as they were at the time of Christ. Thus Islam cannot claim they have been distorted beyond recognition.


At Surah 61 The Ranks (The Congregation), at verse 6, the Koran says,

And when Jesus son of Mary said ‘O children of Israel Lo I am the messenger of Allah unto you, confirming that which was (revealed) before me in the Torah and bringing good tidings of a messenger who cometh after me; whose name is the Praised One. Yet when he hath come unto them with clear proofs they say ‘This is mere magic’.


It is alleged that the term The Praised One (or Ahmed) is one of the names of the Prophet, as a referral to himself, but it is a reference to the Spirit or Comforter, and some say it means both and is evidence for the Prophet’s acceptance. It would be unusual for the Prophet not to understand the role of the Spirit and it is unlikely that he would attempt to appropriate to himself the role of the Spirit.


He refers, at verse 14, to a dispute between two parties of the children of Israel, when Christ asked the disciples who were his helpers, and there were those who believed and those who disbelieved, with the believers being strengthened by God and becoming uppermost.


One can only assume that he/it is here referring to the 40-year period of grace to give repentance within the framework of the Sign of Jonah and its completion with the destruction of the Temple in 70 CE and the ruination of Jerusalem from 1 Nisan 70 CE to Nisan 71 CE, exactly 40 years after Christ’s death. The Church of God fled to Pella and was spared, whereas Jerusalem and the Temple with its adherents were destroyed. During this time converts were disinherited and disfellowshipped from Judah.


From Surah 19 Mary [Mariam] and Surah 21 The Prophets, we see that the Koran laid the lineage of the prophets with Isaac and Israel, into the kingship of David and Solomon. It claims no pre-eminence for Ishmael, but rather claims for him acceptance amongst them as mentioned in the Scripture and as a prophet (19:54f. and 21:85) and as one of the chosen at Surah 38:49.


From the Surah Mary [Mariam], we have a clear statement of Christ’s virgin birth, but the story to some appears to relate to the Egyptian Apocryphal Gospel, unless the comments are allegoric which is probably the case, and refers to the period of isolation (cf. the paper Purification and Circumcision (No. 251)). As Mariam (Mary) was certainly pregnant prior to marriage, the comments at verse 27 are probably a reference to this fact being observed by her outer family or village.


At verse 28, the text makes a most important observation where it refers to Mary as Sister of Aaron. From Matthew and Luke we are given Christ’s lineage, which is from David in Matthew through to Solomon; and in Luke, through Nathan (see the paper Genealogy of the Messiah (No. 119)). Christ was of the line of Judah and both these lines are of Judah, but in order to fulfil the expectations that the Messiah would be of two advents, the Messiah of Aaron and the Messiah of Israel, lineage from Levi is required. The Judaic lineages alone would not be sufficient to complete those expectations, which we know were widespread from the writings of the sons of Zadok. Further, the prophecy in Zechariah 12:10-14 shows that when they look on me; the one they pierced the houses of his lineage appear to be of David through Nathan (v. 12) and Levi through Shimei (v. 13). As Mariam’s cousin, Elizabeth, was wife to Zechariah, high priest of the Division of Abijah, and because of the limitations imposed upon Levites by Numbers, Elizabeth and probably therefore Mariam (Mary) would have been full Levite in the case of Elizabeth and part Levite in the case of Mariam, allowing Zechariah to be fulfilled and Christ to be the Messiah of Aaron and Israel. Far from being an error or a generalised term, the statement is corroboration of this prophecy in Zechariah, perhaps showing that the Prophet had also read and understood Zechariah.


Confusion has arisen over the denial of the position by the text that God would take a son to Himself. Athanasian Christianity and modern Islam both do not understand the ultimate destiny of mankind as sons of God, and that Christ was the firstfruits of this activity.


The text was attempting to refute the Athanasian position of the Trinity which limited the spiritual concept of unity and eternal existence with God by limiting Christ to the concept of a single and isolated son in the human physical sense. If the Bible was read more carefully by both Christianity and Islam, the Prophet would be more readily understood. At no stage does the Koran deny that Christ was the Messiah and the firstfruits. Indeed, he proclaims it.



The early Hadithic traditions show that the Bible was copied at the time of the Prophet in Hebrew, and there are two sources for this. Origen’s Hexaplas was copied into Hebrew in a couple of instances and the Bible was available from Pella and Arabia in the earliest times, with the Church of God being well established in upper Mesopotamia. The Law and the Prophets was readily available in Aramaic and also from the Judaic dynasties in Mecca and Arabia Felix generally. Arabic was developed from 470 CE by the Christians in Arabia under the Himyarites to copy the Scriptures in the vernacular. There was no doubt it preceded the Prophet’s mission by 140 years. The Peshitta in Aramaic was also available.


Modern Islam pretends that the books that the Prophet read are not the same as those extant today and hence they do not have to follow the orders of the Prophet in studying the Torah and the writings comprising the New Testament. The Dead Sea Scrolls show this teaching to be false as does the Biblical copies of the time.


From his writings, the Prophet clearly acknowledged Jesus as the Christ, the Messiah. The Sunni and Shiites did to his teachings that which Rome did to the gospel of the Kingdom of God. Indeed, it was because of this, and Arab idolatry, that the Prophet commenced his ministry. Islam today has a different dispensation; they profane the Sabbath against the express orders of the Prophet, and do not follow the food laws because they are ignorant of the expanded law in the Torah, because they do not read it. One cannot read the Koran in isolation from the whole Bible and arrive at understanding. This hiding of the truth, albeit unconsciously, occurs even now. In his otherwise eminently readable translation, N. J. Darwood has rendered Al Tariq as the Nightly Visitant from the most obscure of the meanings of the name. This name is used much less than the Morning Star or He who stands at the door and knocks, but was known and used in 1Thessalonians 5:2: For you yourselves know well that the day of the Lord will come like a thief in the night.


Although this name loses some of the impact in English readers, there is no doubt that Tariq is commonly understood throughout Islam. Ask any child named Tariq what his name means and if he knows at all, which is very likely, he will answer The Morning Star. Identification of the Surah, The Morning Star and He of the Pierced Side, with Jesus Christ is simple and unavoidable.


Thus we can see the development of this tradition from Moses who gave the first recorded prophetic comment at Genesis 17:19 and at the promise to Judah at Genesis 49:10: The sceptre shall not depart from Judah nor a lawgiver from between his feet until Shiloh come and unto him shall the gathering of the people be. The prophecy of Moses at Deuteronomy 18:15 and 18:18-19 was stated as fulfilled by Christ.


The general expectation of the Judeo-Christian-Islamic tradition is of the coming of the Messiah, the King of Righteousness, who will establish his rule for 1,000 years (Rev. 20:4) called the Millennium. The Christian tradition is that the Millennium (or Chiliad) will be preceded by the First Resurrection of the Pelekizu (the martyrs, or the persecuted for Christ’s sake). The Second or General Resurrection of the dead occurs at the end of the Millennium.


Satan (also Azazel: Heb. or Iblis: Arabic) is bound for the 1,000 years and released at the end of the Millennium where he again deceives the world and the final war occurs.


This last deception is followed by the total destruction of the nations, and then the second or general resurrection of the dead. The Koran, at Surah 18 The Cave 95-101, refers to this last war of Gog and Magog by name and shows that it is at this time that the last trumpet is blown for the general resurrection of the dead and the judgment as we have seen. The Last Trumpet is actually two trumpets (Surah 39:68 The Troops, and Surah 79:6ff. Those Who Drag Forth). The Troops has the first blast for the destruction of the nations, and the second for the resurrection and at verses 69-75 shows the setting up of the Books of Judgment.


Isaiah 65:20 shows that a period of 100 years occurs after the Second Resurrection so that all may achieve salvation. After that the judgment and destruction of the unrepentant occurs.


The Biblical prophecies indicate that Elijah (or one in the spirit of Elijah) would be sent to warn of the coming of the Messiah (Mal. 4:5). Matthew 17:11 shows that Elijah is to come and restore all things and that John the Baptist was a forerunner of this prophet. The sons of Zadok referred to this prophet as the Interpreter of the Law (which may, in fact, be the Messiah of Israel rather than Elijah) and Jeremiah 4:15 indicated that the prophet or voice that issues the warning of the last days (see the paper The Warning of the Last Days (No. 044)) will be of Dan and Ephraim. Later Catholic prophecies refer to this Danite prophet as the Danite Antichrist because he is an iconoclastic Sabbatarian and preaches against the Sunday worshipping churches.


The Mahdist tradition of Islam states that the Last Day or Hari Kiamat is heralded by a period of universal catastrophe. Suffering and oppression are to be brought to an end by the appearance of the Mahdi as the restorer of order and the king of the Millennial (or Chiliastic) Kingdom. The Kingdom is to be destroyed by Daddjal, the demon (cf. Rev. 20:4-12) who is in turn defeated by the prophet Isa (Jesus) who is to restore justice. The Mahdists have confused the teachings of the Scriptures and the Koran and have placed Elijah, or the Imam Mahdi, the Interpreter of the Law of the DSS, as the restorer and king for the Millennium, and they then have Isa or Christ as coming after the release of Satan (in this case Daddjal) for the last war of Gog and Magog just prior to the Second or General Resurrection. They are thus unaware that there are two wars of Gog and Magog, one at the beginning and one at the end of the Millennium. The expectation of the Prophet is nevertheless the same.


The Messianic expectations of Islam have been adopted by the Ahmadiyyah Movement which, founded by Mirza Ghulam Armad in the late 19th century, has taken over Hindu as well as Middle Eastern Messianic concepts (see K. Cragg (cf. Ling 7.37 and 7.39), Islam and the Muslim, Open University Press, 1978, p. 70). They are thus corrupted.


From Surah 18 The Cave we find, from verses 95-111, that Gog and Magog (the Leader and the Nation) are firstly confined allegorically by a bank between the nations (mountains) and at verses 99 and 100 we find that they are released at the blast of the last trumpet and destroyed by the Lord prior to the Day of Resurrection at verse 106. The Gardens of Paradise are mentioned as a reward after the resurrection at verse 108, but it is assumed the second or latest garden is meant.


The symbolism of the mountains here has a variety of allegoric meanings. From the Bible we know that the nations (always symbolised by mountains) are levelled by Christ and destroyed, but that after the release of Satan, Gog and Magog re-emerge for the second and last war. It is likely that the Prophet was using this bank as a symbol of doing away with the distinction of national power under the Messiah but, nevertheless, being contained in genetic identities as is anticipated within the boundaries mentioned by Moses. The association with the natural boundary of the Caucasus would be inevitable to an Arab of the Prophet’s time and, hence, the statement would be considered an important allegory. The message of the Koran must be interpreted within the context of Scripture.


When taken and read in isolation, the Koran, like the New Testament, can be distorted and it inevitably became the source of division, hatred, persecution and war. When all three books are read together, as they should be, understanding is possible and a complete plan of salvation emerges which cannot be misinterpreted.


Removal of Satan as Morning Star

Satan or Iblis was given a specific period of time in which to rule the nations. He was given a set period of six millennial days from the closure of Eden. Those six days are represented by the working week from Sunday to Friday evening and the Seventh Day represents the Millennial or Sabbath rest of the Messiah in the next phase.


The six thousand years are 120 jubilees in accordance with the Bible Time Frames and they are determined from Scripture and History.


The next jubilee is the 120th Jubilee and the jubilee occurs in the year 2027 of the current era.  (See the paper Reading the Law with Ezra and Nehemiah (No. 250).) The Bible Time Frame is contained in the paper Outline Timetable of the Age (No. 272),


Satan has little time left and is working now to eliminate mankind before the end of his time.  Messiah will be sent back to cut his time short to prevent him destroying all flesh in the creation.


God told the elect what was to occur through the prophets Daniel, Ezekiel and the Twelve Prophets. The Plan of God is detailed in the works on The Fall of Egypt: the Prophecy of Pharaoh’s Broken Arms (No. 036) and The Fall of Egypt Part II (No. 036_2). The Seven Times of 2520 years given to the Babylonian system under Nebuchadnezzar from the Battle of Carchemish in 605 BCE and the two forty year periods at the beginning and the end from the Cambyses invasion in 525 BCE and the end period from 1916 to 1996 CE was a clear delineation in history. The period was to end with the end of the Time of the Gentiles and the Last Thirty years of this age was from 1997 to 2027.


The restoration of Israel was commenced in 1917 with the capture of Jerusalem on 24 Chislev of that year which was by Australian troops on 7 December 2017.  The official Australian War History by H.S Gullet records the details and they are contained in the Commentary on Habbakuk (F035) and also Commentary on Haggai (F037). One of the Most outrageous fabrications was instigated by British Israelites in Wikipedia who produced a completely false history in Wikipedia and claimed that the later British Garrison which came to Jerusalem by end 8 December and literally walked into it on 9 December actually captured it to support the fiction that Hillel was correct and 24 Chislev was on 9 December that year. It is an outright fraud and Wikipedia deserves a reprimand as does the former WCG and offshoot ministry who perpetuate the lie.


The declaration of the Jewish homeland by Lord Balfour occurred in 1917. From there on God’s plan unfolded as he stated and the homeland was declared as a sovereign state in 1948. The First Arab Israeli war occurred.


The Arabs had been told for centuries that Scripture had been lost and they were discouraged from reading the Scriptures and thus did not understand what was to occur and fought against the world of God.  So also they continued with the 1967 six day war and lost Jerusalem as God stated was to occur. Then they fought the 1973-4 war and Syria brought chaos down upon themselves and the Forty years of repentance was allowed them and they are now being destroyed.


The Wars of the End were to commence upon the Sons of Shem from 2001 and those wars will last until 2024.  The last seven years will see an escalation to the entire world and end in October 2024 under Messiah (see The Last Thirty Years: The Final Struggle (No. 219)).


Over the next few years we will see the Wars of the Fifth and the Sixth Trumpets (see The Seven Trumpets (No. 141)).


Then the Two Witnesses will take up position in the Temple Mount for 1260 days and they will be attempted to be killed but cannot be killed and whoever tries to kill them will in like manner be killed (Rev 11:3 ff: cf. The Witnesses (including the Two Witnesses) (No. 135))


At the end of the 1260th day the Witnesses Enoch and Elijah will be killed and they will be left to lie in the streets for four days to see if they are indeed who they were considered to be. 


On the Morning of the 1264th day the Messiah will appear and resurrect them and all the elect as well throughout the world for the First Resurrection.


Satan will also be imprisoned in Tarataros with his servants and minions.  His reign will then be over and he will be imprisoned for 1000 years.


The entire world having lost one third of its people and many afterwards in the pestilence will refuse to accept the Messiah and under the prior conditioning of the demons will give their power to the Empire of the Beast under the UN system and will march against the Messiah at Jerusalem and the plain of Meggiddo which has been massively enlarged by the earthquake and the formation of the 66 km plain after the splitting of the Mount of Olives in two (cf. Advent of the Messiah Part I (No. 210A) and Part II (No. 210B)). 


The entire world will march against Messiah over the period of one hour which is a time span of one twelfth of a prophetic day which equals between two weeks and a month (say for a 24 hour day).  The entire world and its UN System and globalist government will be utterly destroyed and its officials exterminated.


Satan’s Preparation

Satan began preparing for the wars of the end and the destruction of the earth from before the beginning of the Nineteenth Century and then in detail in the Twentieth century. Napoleon was used to mobilise Europe and the first of the modern wars was the American Civil War which changed weapons manufacture in the Nineteenth Century. WWI was used to develop warfare and weapons further with aviation and armoured warfare.


Naval Warfare was developed and then in WWII Air Warfare was perfected and Atomic Warfare was invented and then Hydrogen Bombs and ICBMs were developed shortly afterwards.


After WWI the League of Nations were formed as a precursor and then the Satanists developed the UN system after WWII using the US globalists and Satanists under Roosevelt in conjunction with Stalin at Yalta. The Commonwealth was sold out.


The Globalist system of government was developed by Satan to mimic but destroy the intended system of God under Messiah.


It is Satan’s aim to destroy the Laws of God. The Sharia system is the satanic misuse of the legal system that will enslave mankind and force the destruction of all nations and mankind itself.


God warned mankind through the Messiah and the apostles as to what was to happen.  Revelation was the final work of the end days.


Satan undermined the church and established the apostasy of the Baal and Easter system.   He also had established the worship of HuBal or Baal at Mecca and the pagans there entered Islam and undermined it when God had established the Prophet there to warn the nations of the heretical corruption of the Binitarian/Trinitarian system by then based at Rome and Constantinople and at Alexandria and in Greece.


The Satanists, using the pseudo-Muslim leaders, did away with the doctrines of Baptism and the Sabbath and the Lord’s Supper and God’s Calendar (No. 156) and hence confined the sons of Shem to the Second Resurrection along with the other Trinitarian Baal worshipping and Animist heretics from Japheth and Ham.


It is by the conversions of the Last Days that they will make up their quotas in the 144,000 and the Great Multitude of Revelation Chapter 7.


144 as the numerical basis of the function of the earth and of harmonics and numbers and time is the chosen system of God.


We have yet to understand how the 12 x 12 system underpins our existence and is the basis of our leadership. So also is the 72 x 2000 the basis of the 144,000 where the system is derived also from the calendar Sabbaths, New Moons and Holy Days and forms the basis of rulership as selected by God.


Striking at and undermining the Calendar strikes at the very basis of God’s structure and plan. That was why the Hadith had to destroy the Temple Calendar as operating in the Church of God.


Just as the star gazers could not understand what was happening at the time of the Prophet, so also they can make no sense of what is happening today.  Nor can the Globalists get any sense of what is to happen to their system and to they themselves.


Satan is to go very soon and his minions will be left without even the assistance of the Pseudo-Logon that he generates even though it is always lies.



When analysed with the Scriptures, the Koran is in agreement and the chronology is synchronised and in conformity.


The Chronology of the Qur’an or Koran (Q001B) shows agreement from the beginning of creation over the Plan of God to the end of the Second Resurrection and the destruction in the Lake of Fire for those that refuse to repent.


There are only the Laws of God as given to Moses at Sinai (S 95:1-3) and the invented Sharia Law is a paganised system running contrary to the Law of God. The Food Laws have to be kept (S3:93) and the Sabbath is tied to the Covenant and cannot be broken (S4:154).  So also the Lord’s Supper and the Passover and Sabbaths are mandatory for the retention of God’s forgiveness and salvation in the receipt of the Ahmad or Holy Spirit and maintenance of one’s place in the elect (see S5 The Table Spread and the Night of Observation in S73: The One Wrapped in Garments).


The Plan of Salvation in Scripture and the Koran

The Plan of God is clear that the Holy Spirit was sent by God through the sacrifice of Christ and the formation of the church through baptism and the laying on of hands following baptism.


The Holy Spirit or Ahmad is retained through the Lord’s Supper at Passover and the Omer Count to Pentecost under God’s Calendar.  The Babylonian Intercalations as kept by the Qureysh through the Bani Kinana at Mecca and the Jews through the Hillel Calendar of 358 CE are heresies.


The only acceptable calendar is the Temple Calendar based on the conjunction (see God’s Calendar (No. 156)). 


The Biblical position is reinforced.  There is a prophetic voice of Jeremiah 4:15-16 and then the Witnesses which are stated in Revelation 11:3ff and in the text of the Koran above. They precede the advent of the Messiah who will then institute the First Garden of Paradise of the elect.  The millennial system will then be established by Messiah and the faithful elect for 1000 years as per Revelation 20.


At the end of the millennial system there is another and final war with the release of Satan or Iblis and the demons or jinn from Tartaros and then all are killed and resurrected of the rebellious Host and go into the Resurrection of Judgment which also takes place in the area of ancient Eden. It lasts for 100 years (Isa. ch. 65) and all mankind are corrected and retrained.  All those that refuse to repent and accept correction will be allowed to die and their bodies will be burnt in the Lake of Fire and they will be brought to mind no more (cf. the papers Heaven, Hell or The First Resurrection of the Dead (No. 143A) and The Second Resurrection and the Great White Throne Judgment (No. 143B)). 


After the Second Resurrection, God and the Throne will come to the earth as the City of God (No. 180) and be established from Jerusalem and the area of Eden to rule the universe. There is no such thing as heaven or hell other than the grave of Sheol or Hades or Tartaros of the Fallen Host.


Return of the Messiah

The Messiah will subjugate the world in accordance with the Scriptures and the Koran. Sharia will be expunged, with all who teach it, as will all other systems.


Yet God says in Jeremiah 4:27 He will not make a full end. That restoration will be after the Wars of the Last Days and the Vials of the Wrath of God (No. 141B).


Jeremiah 5 shows that the cities of Israel throughout the nations will be forced into war with an ancient nation whose speech they know not. Nevertheless in Jeremiah 5:18 God says to Israel that he will not make a full end of both Israel and Judah. Also the sons of Shem shall see fury descend from out of the North and they will be forced to their knees. Damascus will be destroyed and God will fight against the idolaters of Amalek as foretold by Moses. The Arabs and all of Israel and Judah will be brought to repentance and a remnant of all shall be left alive.


At the return of the Messiah after the wars of the Fifth and the Sixth Trumpets and the 1260 days of the Witnesses, the world will be placed in subjection under the Laws of God (cf. The Wars of the Last days and the Vials of the Wrath of God (No. 141B)). The patriarchs and the prophets and the leaders of the Churches of God will be resurrected with the great multitude of the elect (Rev. Ch 7) and they will be given immortality and will rule with Christ and the Host for the Thousand years and then on into the Judgment where they will also Judge the Demons (see Judgment of the Demons (No. 080)).


There will be no doubt as to what is to occur. The world will be subjugated under an army led by the Loyal Host under Messiah and the patriarchs and prophets. They will subjugate the world.


Christ and Adam and the key figures of Enoch, Noah, Shem, Abraham, Isaac, Ishmael and Jacob, the patriarchs and the prophets mentioned in all texts of the Bible and the Koran will be placed in charge along with the Seventy and the heads of the churches in the 144,000 of the Muhammads and the Great Multitude. They will enforce the Laws of God and establish the world system ruled from Jerusalem. The Prophet Qasim will be a major factor but just one of these prophets under Messiah.


No religious system will be allowed to survive save those keeping the Laws of God and according to the Temple Calendar. They will keep the Sabbaths and the New Moons and Feasts and Holy Days of God, or they will die (Isa. 66:23, Zech 14:16-19). The nations will send their representatives to Messiah at Jerusalem every year for the entire system from then on. If they do not they will be punished with no rain and the plagues of Egypt until they repent and comply (Zechariah 14:16-19).  All systems of law, other than the Laws of God given by Christ to Moses at Sinai, will be expunged from the earth.


Everyone keeping the Baal and Easter system, as practiced anywhere in Rome or Canterbury or Athens or Russia or elsewhere in the Trinitarian Sun and Mystery cults, or at Mecca in the Sunni, or in the Shia systems, will repent or be put to death. Satan has had his full 6000 years in 2027. His entire Host will be placed in the pit of Tarataros at the return of Messiah. The millennial reign of Messiah will commence at 2028 under the Laws of God given to Moses at Sinai under the Christ as Angel of the Presence (Acts 7:53; 1Cor. 10:4) (cf. Outline Timetable of the Age (No. 272)).


There will be no negotiation in these last days.


From the Messiah and the apostles to the Warning under the Prophet to the sons of Shem they did not listen. The sons of Japheth and Ham destroyed the law and the prophets with their Idolatry, their Antinomianism and Binitarianism/Trinitarianism and their worship of Baal and the Sun and Mystery Cults on the Day of the Sun and at Christmas, and at Easter the festival of the goddess consort of Baal.


This is the Second Warning to the world in accordance with Jeremiah 4:15-16 and on through to the waste and desolation of the tohu and bohu of verse 23 to verse 26. These desolations are of the Wars of the Fifth and the Sixth Trumpets of the Seventh Seal.  (See the papers The Seven Seals (No. 140) and the Seven Trumpets  (No. 141).)


One third of the world will be destroyed in these wars and the sons of Shem will be systematically reduced and forced to conversion.  Yet from verse 27 God says He will not make a full end. The Koran shows that to be so almost throughout its Surahs.


The Third Warning will be issued under the Witnesses, with punishment of the individuals and among the nations (Rev. 11:3ff) as outlined above and then: the remaining third will die by pestilence from the wars and the Vials of the Wrath of God and then a remnant of the remainder will survive.


The nations shall then begin the millennial reestablishment of the planet. The earth will be governed by Messiah and the prophets and the elect from Jerusalem.


The task now is to bring the sons of Shem and indeed the whole world to repentance and to cleanse the world of its Mystery and Sun Cults and its Satanic systems.


The whole thrust of the last days is to cleanse the system of its errors and antinomianism. The structure of the millennial system is designed to cleanse the planet of what mankind has done to it over the rule of Satan. Then the world is to be readied for the Second or General Resurrection of the Dead.


In that system over twenty billion people will be resurrected and fed and clothed and educated for 100 years. Each person must be readied to take their place in a system where the Laws of God are kept, because it is in our very nature to obey God, because we have the Nature of God within us and the Holy Spirit is governed by the Laws of God as are we because God is in us and is all in all of us.


The Church of God believes, as it is God’s Will, that no flesh should perish, that God’s will be done and thus no flesh will perish and we will work hard to make sure that no flesh does perish.


Anyone who wishes to see others die or go to a place of torment has not got the Holy Spirit within them nor have they the love of God within their thinking and hearts.


The dreadful behaviour of mankind around the world in these Last Days is horrific and is a direct condemnation of mankind as Satan claimed mankind to be unfit. However, it is his teachings that got them all where they are today.


The teachings of the ministers of pseudo-Islam are a direct condemnation of their beliefs and Hadithic teachings as were the Trinitarians and Paganised Baal worshippers before them.


Pray for all mankind and ask that they be given understanding and repentance and redemption in the Holy Spirit. Amen


See also the following:

Appendix 1: Edits and Additions/Alterations to the Qur’an or Koran (QS1)

Appendix 2: Scriptures and References for the Qur’an or Koran (QS2)

Appendix 3: Bibliography (QS3)