The Islamification of Christianity
Apparently, Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world today. Many Christians are reverting to Islam too, and Christianity is merging more and more everyday with Islamic teachings – as can be seen with the growing so-called “Chrislam” movement. However, what is even now more astonishing is the growing trend by many churches to adopt famous Muslim phrases such as “Inshallah” (meaning “God willing”). This is extremely good news for every Muslim and shows that Churches are no longer fearful of Muslim beliefs, but are instead leaning evermore closer to the Islamic faith. For example, these days whenever churches put up an announcement for an upcoming event – i.e. on a large placard stating that there will be a lecture at the church about Jesus in a few days time, then underneath the announcement (perhaps written in small print), they now include the famous Islamic phrase: “God willing”. They actually do this now! No joke! Many have witnessed it to have happened. Isn’t that absolutely mind-bogglingly amazing! It’s a small, but highly significant, gesture by Christian religious leaders to finally acknowledge the Mighty Power of God. Usually, they just totally ignore God (Allah) altogether by supposedly doing everything “in the name of Jesus”. Thus, pop queen Madonna may now be rewriting her famous song “Express Yourself” – for her next concert, with the lyrics:
“Come on Christians! Do you believe in LOVE? ‘cause I got somethin’ to say about it, and it goes somethin’ like this: Don’t go for second best, Christians – put your love to the test…make our Almighty God come first ,and then you’ll know your love is real. Express yourself, so you can respect yourself…You’ve got to make Him “Number One”… You don’t need holy prophets to supersede your Mighty Lord, what you need is a big strong hand to lift you to the heavens above … [His got the whole world in His Hands – and that includes you Jesus!] So express yourself, so you can respect yourself …So if you want heaven right now, let Muslims show you how, express love for Allah, Christians, ready or not!”
Despite Madonna’s proposed new song, Muslims have never quite understood the Christian tendency to frequently marginalize and give second place status to “God” in favour of His servant “Jesus” – Whoever “Jesus” is anyway – because the prophet they think is named “Jesus” was actually really named prophet “Isa” – peace be upon him. According to Muslims, Christians will be in a hell-of-a-lot of trouble when they finally meet Jesus on Judgement Day, as he’ll be very angry with them for believing him to be “a God”. Contrary to what is satanically propagated in the Hollywood movie “Ghostbusters”, if some Jinn/demon ever asks you, or a prophet you may know: “Are you a God?” – You say “NO!!” The prophecy of what Isa (aka Jesus) says to Christians on Judgement Day concerning this, is explained in the Holy Quran as follows:
Commentary by Mohammad Asad:
The Third Surah: Al-‘Imran (The House of ‘Imran)
…Since the deification of Jesus by his later followers is one of the most outstanding instances of such an arbitrary interpretation of a prophet’s original message, the surah relates the story of Mary and Jesus, as well as of Zachariah, the father of John the Baptist, all of whom belonged to the House of ‘Imran. Here the Qur’an takes issue with the Christian doctrine of the divinity of Jesus: he himself is quoted as calling upon his followers to worship God alone; his purely human nature and mortality are stressed again and again; and it is described as “inconceivable that a human being unto whom God had granted revelation, and sound judgment, and prophethood, should thereafter have said unto people, ‘Worship me beside God'” (Chapter 3, verse 79).
The principle of God’s oneness and uniqueness and of man’s utter dependence on Him is illumined from many angles, and leads logically to the problem of man’s faith and to the temptations, arising out of human frailty, to which that faith is continually exposed: and this brings the discourse to the subject of the battle of Uhud – that near-disaster which befell the small Muslim community in the year 3 H., and provided a wholesome, if bitter, lesson for all its future development. More than one-third of Al-‘Imran deals with this experience and the many-sided moral to be derived from it.
And, behold, there are indeed some among them who distort the Bible with their tongues, so as to make you think that [what they say] is from the Bible, the while it is not from the Bible; and who say, “This is from God,” the while it is not from God: and thus do they tell a lie about God, being well aware [that it is a lie].
It is not conceivable that a human being unto whom God had granted revelation, and sound judgment, and prophethood, should thereafter have said unto people, “Worship me beside God”; but rather [did he exhort them], “Become men of God by spreading the knowledge of the divine writ, and by your own deep study [thereof].” (3:80) And neither did he bid you to take the angels and the prophets for your lords:[for] would he bid you to deny the truth after you have surrendered yourselves unto God?
AND LO! God said: “O Jesus, son of Mary! Didst thou say unto men, ‘Worship me and my mother as deities beside God’?” [Jesus] answered: “Limitless art Thou in Thy glory! It would not have been possible for me to say what I had no right to [say]! Had I said this, Thou wouldst indeed have known it! Thou knowest all that is within myself, whereas I know not what is in Thy Self. Verily, it is Thou alone who fully knowest all the things that are beyond the reach of a created being’s perception.
(5:117) Nothing did I tell them beyond what Thou didst bid me [to say]: ‘Worship God, [who is] my Sustainer as well as your Sustainer.’ And I bore witness to what they did as long as I dwelt in their midst; but since Thou hast caused me to die, Thou alone hast been their keeper: for Thou art witness unto everything. (5:118) If thou cause them to suffer – verily, they are Thy servants; and if Thou forgive them – verily, Thou alone art Almighty, truly wise!”
Now whenever Christians use the exclusively Muslim phrase “God willing”, Muslims may smile to themselves – with the certain belief that the prophecy in the Holy Quran (that Islam will finally triumph over every other so-called “religion”), is soon to become true – Inshallah (God willing) – so now, just like in the ghostly movie “The Others” starring Nicole Kidman – when the ghost children and their mother utter quietly to themselves: “This house is ours… this house is ours …”, Muslims will be walking past any Christian church placards with the words “God willing” written on them, and they’ll be quietly repeating to themselves: “This phrase is ours…this phrase is ours…” Or if they’re really brave (like the legendary Scotsman named Braveheart), they may also utter: “You may take our Muslim lives; but you may never take our freedom, or our “God willing” phrase to be made exclusively into your own, like it is OURS!! This phrase is ours!! – INSHALLAH!!!” Then if they’re really groovy, they might then start singing the song “Listen” by Beyoncé:
Listen to the song here in my heart
A melody I start but can’t complete
Listen to the sound from deep within
It’s only beginning to find release
Oh, the time has come for my dreams to be heard
They will not be pushed aside and turned
Into your own, all ’cause you won’t listen
Listen, I am alone at a crossroads
I’m not at home in my own home
And I’ve tried and tried
To say what’s on my mind
You should have known, oh
Now I’m done believing you
You don’t know what I’m feeling
I’m more than what you’ve made of me
I followed the voice you gave to me
But now I’ve gotta find my own
You should have listened
There was someone here inside
Someone I thought had died
So long ago
Oh, I’m screaming out
And my dreams will be heard
They will not be pushed aside or worked