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Hello everyone, I am currently researching about Islam and looking into it, I am currently trying to decide Islam or Christianity. In the book Al-Ihtijaj by Al-Tabarsi and the book "Uyoon Akhbar Al-Ridha" by Shaikh Al-Saduq: The Imam (a.s.) said, “What is your opinion of John al-Daylami?” The Catholic Archbishop said, “Bravo! Bravo!” You have mentioned the person loved the most by the Messiah.” The Imam (a.s.) said, “Then I ask you to swear to and tell me whether or not the Bible says that John says, ‘The Messiah has informed me of the religion of Muhammad, the Arab, and has given me the glad tidings about him who will be (a Prophet) after him. Therefore, I gave the glad tidings of him to the disciples and they believed in him.’” My questions concerning this are as follows: - John Of Daylam was a Persian Saint who lived in the 6th century, how could Jesus say such a thing to him?! - The Bible of which the Catholicos was reading (to my limited knowledge) is the Pe[Edited Out]ta, I can't find this quote anywhere in the Pe[Edited Out]ta!
Good morning and salam be upon you all, I made a thread previously about this topic, but I feel I wasn't very clear on what the issue was. So in Al- Uyoon I found a narration which was basically saying that in the Bible John Of Daylam foretold the coming of Muhammad. Here are my objections: 1) I couldn't find a contemporary of Jesus who was named John and from Daylam 2) This narration seems to allude to John the evangelist, who wrote in the Bible, but he was known to be from Patmos, and no one (from my limited knowledge) called him a daylamite 3) The Bible the Christians at the time and Place of Imam Al- Ridha are the same as the Protestant bible we have today, and these words about Muhammad aren't found
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