GIVES THE DOCTRINE OF THE TRINITY
we don't bother with far out cultic matters unless they seem to have possibilities.
This Jonas the Prophet happens to have hit on something-- He has picked
up the mind of the Mullahs of Islam. Ahmed Deedat, about 5 years ago, sent
a letter from himself and other Mullahs to John Paul II at the Vatican. They
were asking the Pope to meet with them in dialog. I have a copy of the letter.
As far as I know, the Pope did not meet with the Mullahs, but JP II prayed
all over the Muslim world at Mary shrines. He also made ecumenical come-ons
to Muslims, expecially in West Africa. So, Jonas the Prophet has picked
up on this mood and he may have set forth the doctrine which could draw Islam,
Christianity, and Judaism together in the near future.
Jonas' Prophetic Satanic Doctrine:
The fullness of TRUTH is revealed to Man through the
Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Scripturally, the Old Testament of the Holy Bible,
representing Judaism, reveals in large part the revelation and Word of the Father.
The New Testament of the Holy Bible, representing Christianity, reveals the will
of the Father through His annointed son Jesus Christ. The Holy Koran, representing
Islam, again reveals the will of the Father as exemplified and admonished to Man
through HIS Holy Spirit. All 3 faiths theologically and scripturally combine to
codify GOD's complete covenant, salvation and revelation to Mankind.
GOD the Father was,
is and forever shall be. The revelation of his existence and of his creation is
found primarily in the Old Testament portion of the Holy Bible and generally referred
to as Judaic scripture. In the first book of Genesis, the Creator establishes
His Covenant with Man through the person of Abraham and his lineage. At the heart
of Judaism is found the 'Torah', or Law, resulting in the account of Moses, the
fate of the Jewish people and the ten commandments. The first five books of the
Old Testament on whole are an account of the Creators' intervention and guidance
of his creatures affairs and destiny throughout early history, focused and oriented
primarily on His people and nation Israel. The Creator is known by many names
and titles, some of which include: the LORD, GOD, the Father, Jehovah, Jah, Yahweh,
(YHWH), Adonai, Elohim, El Shaddai, Eli, the Almighty, 'I am that I am', etc...
- The Ten Commandments
- Thou shalt have no other gods
- Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image
- Thou shalt
not take the name of the LORD thy GOD in vain
- Remember the Sabbath day to
keep it holy.
- Honor thy father and mother
- Thou shalt not kill
shalt not commit adultery
- Thou shalt not steal
- Thou shalt not bear false
witness against thy neighbor
- Thou shalt not covet
Jesus Christ is the annointed Messiah of the Most High GOD in Heaven.
He is the way, the truth and the life, and no man comes to the Father but by him.
As the established intermediary between GOD and Man, Christ took on the sins of
the world upon himself so that Man may be forgiven of his sins and seek the glory
of the Father through him. The account of the life and mission of Jesus Christ
is found recorded in the first 4 books of the new testament of the Holy Bible
and generally referred to as the gospels. Each gospel gives a different yet similar
view of the birth, life, death and resurrection of this prophet of GOD and of
his teachings. In the gospel of St. John, Jesus spoke plainly to those gathered
at the feast of dedication when he said, "I and my father are of one accord."
Later he spoke, "I came forth from the Father and I came into the world; again,
I am leaving the world and I am going to the Father." These passages and others
confirm that Jesus Christ and GOD are two separate entities though one in spirit
and intent. The last book of revelation in the new testament tells of Christ's
second coming, the Judgment and the establishment of the kingdom of heaven on
- 2 great commandments:
"Hear O Israel: the Lord thy GOD is one LORD; and thou shalt love
the LORD thy GOD with all thy heart, and with all thy soul and with all thy mind
and with all thy might"
"Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself."
The Holy Spirit is the power, force and spirit of GOD. Known
as the "comforter" in Christianity, the Holy Spirit carries out the will of the
Father. The recitation of the words and works of the Holy Spirit are found in
the Islamic Koran. The Holy Koran was revealed to the prophet Mohammed by the
angel Gabriel, the same angel that is found in Judaic and Christian Scripture.
Mohammed is known as the unlettered prophet, the last and therefore, 'seal of
the prophets', having descended from Ishmael, the first born of Abraham. He came
to confirm previous scriptures. GOD (Allah) had originally revealed His will to
the Jews and the Christians, but Man disobeyed GOD's commandments and divided
himself into schismatic sects. The Koran accuses the Jews of corrupting the scriptures
and the Christians of worshipping Christ over GOD Almighty. GOD had expressedly
commanded man to worship none but Him. Having then gone astray, Man must be brought
back to the right path- enter Islam. The Koran, therefore, preaches the absolute
oneness of GOD, indivisible, omni-present and all-powerful. It is primarily a
book of Divine Warning and Final Judgment upon mankind.
- 1st sura of the Koran entitled, "The Seven Thunders"
be to God, LORD of the Creation
- The compassionate, the merciful
King of Judgment Day!
- You alone we worship, and to you alone we pray
- Guide us to the straight path,
- the path of those
whom you have favored,
- Not of those who have incurred your wrath,
Nor of those who have gone astray.