Biblical prophecies about Muhammad(SAW)?

Biblical prophecies about Muhammad(SAW)?

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1 month ago
No doubt there are many prophecies regarding the advent of the Holy Prophet Muhammad(saw) in the Bible, but in the above quoted Quranic verse, the Torah and the Gospels are especially mentioned; because Moses(as) and Jesus(as) were prominent figures among all Israelite prophets.
Muslims look upon the source of Bible as holy and divine and its medium as truthful men. And here is a verse of Al-Quran which confirms this statement:
” Say ye: We believe in Allah and what has been revealed to us, and what was revealed to Abraham and Ishmael and Isaac, and Jacob, and his children, and what was given to Moses and Jesus, and what was given to all other prophets from their Lord. We make no difference between any of them; and to Him we submit ourselves.” (Al Quran 2:137)
1 month ago
Arguments that prophecies of
Muhammad exists in the Bible
have formed part of Muslim
tradition from the early history of
Muhammad's Ummah (Arabic: ﺃُﻣَّﺔ,
community).[1] Christians like
John of Damascus and John Calvin
have interpreted Muhammad as
being the Antichrist of the New
Testament. The name
"Muhammad" does not occur in
the Bible.
Muslim writers have expanded on
these viewpoints and have
argued that they can specifically
identify references to Muhammad
in the text of the Bible, both in
the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament
and in the Christian New
Testament. Several verses in the
Quran, as well as several Hadiths,
state that Muhammad is
described in the Bible. On the
other hand, scholars have
generally interpreted these
verses as referring to the
community of Israel or Yahweh's
personal soteriological actions
regarding the Israelites or
members of the faithful
community. The apocryphal
Gospel of Barnabas, which
explicitly mentions Muhammad,
is widely recognized by scholars
as a fabrication from the Early
Modern Age. Some Muslim
scholars also claimed Paraclete
(Greek New Testament) as
Muhammad, which also has been
criticised and rejected by scholars.
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