A Muslim Looking Forward to the Third Temple?

“The following is a press release from Turkish religious figure Adnan Oktar (pictured, center), who recently hosted a number of Israeli Jewish officials during Ramadan and very interestingly expressed his anticipation for the restoration of the Temple in Jerusalem. …Mr. Adnan Oktar explained that the days when the Prophet Solomon’s Masjid and Palace (Solomon’s Temple) will be rebuilt in an atmosphere of global peace and tranquility are at hand. Rabbi Ben Abrahamson, who is a historian and consultant to the Sanhedrin regarding issues related to Islam, emphasized that the rebuilding of the Temple is a very good development for all mankind.” –Source
First and foremost, contrary to popular belief, there is not a single Bible verse declaring the need for a third temple or even a prophecy stating a third temple is to be built. However, this won’t stop Satan or his Jesuit pawns from suggesting this is a prophecy and or a need as they have been doing so for centuries. Even some in the Seventh day Adventist (SDA) church over the years have been used by Rome to spread the thought that a third temple was needed. That way, by the time all the Sunday keepers, Muslims and other nonChristian faiths join hands on this, the SDA people will have been readied as well.

Take the strange theology of SDA Archeologist Ron Wyatt for example wherein he taught the literal blood of Jesus Christ somehow fell upon the ark of the covenant that was secretly placed under His cross on Calvary 2000 years ago, even though the Word says that blood was to be presented in the Heavenly temple instead. Not only is there not a single Bible verse to back this claim in either the Old or New Testament that Christ’s blood needed to be sprinkled on the earthly copy of the ark of the covenant first found in Heaven that is not made by the hands of men, it sets the stage for Jews, Christians and even Muslims to see the need for a third temple in the future.  Continue reading…

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