Good grief. Where do these things come from? Dr. David Liepert:
One way or another the end of ISIS is in sight, and it’s all resting securely in the hands of Jesus, peace be upon him.
Uh, OK. How’s that again?
Mainstream orthodox Muslim websites are already predicting Jesus’ return as early as 2022, starting an Islamic prophetic clock set to run over the next 7 years, in the purportedly rapidly approaching run-up to Armageddon.
Somehow I missed that even though I’m known to watch CNN.
Even though ISIS claims they’re fighting on the side of the angels, it’s obvious they’re not, and it should become progressively clearer to even the most misguided Jihadi that either ISIS is wrong about Armageddon or that they’re on the wrong side, because of all the things Muslims know are supposed to happen.
Oh, boy. I see a mini-series in the making. Maybe it will be limited to Netflix. What about Jesus?
Even though Muslims and Christians disagree about what he is, with Christians claiming he’s God and Muslims declaring he’s not, everybody agrees about what sort of a person he was, is and will be: a man who fulfilled the Jewish Covenant and taught benevolent compassion to his followers, his example remaining a source of hope and inspiration to all humankind for the rest of time.