Under Islam, the calls to pray come from the towers on the corners of each Mosque and according to Islam, when the highest prayer tower is complete, the end will come. Thus, it should not come as any surprise that Muhammed would ...
Author: Michael Stansfield
PART 1, delves deep into the Abrahamic Covenant and uses it, rather than the Messianic Covenant, to interpret the Old Testament. This singular change reveals an intriguing perspective with the hope of generating peace and love between Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. The viewpoint is a direct challenge the mainstream beliefs of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. With the discussion of Islam, the author's perspective of the Quran is used as an intrical part of the prophecy, rather than as an opposing viewpoint. The discussion is candid and in-depth. Specifically, related to the Jewish Palestinian Conflict as well as the War on Terror. PART 2, looks at the Bible through the eyes of the Levitical Covenant. Striking differences are revealed between God's covenant to Moses and His covenant with Aaron. At the same time, unexpected unions are discovered between the Levitical Covenant and the covenants of Cain, Canaan's, Esau's, and others. Biblical references are abundant for each conclusion.