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Published on Dec 12, 2010
Both Islam and Christianity have important doctrines regarding intercession before God. Islam teaches that Muhammad, on the final day, will intercede for those who have said la illaha ilallah with sincerity, and will, over time, remove all such people from the flames of hell. But long before Muhammad claimed to be a prophet, the writings of the New Testament spoke of the intercessory work of another, Jesus Christ, in far more explicit and meaningful terms than anything to be found in the Qur'an or the hadith.
Here is a discussion of the hadith of Muhammad's intercession on the last day, compared and contrasted with the Bible's teaching of Jesus' glorious work of intercession as the one mediator between God and man. This discussion is kindly provided by the fine folks at the Aramaic Broadcasting Network, www.abnsat.com, who gave me permission to post this material. See their online videos for many more discussions of these important issues.