Originally Posted by stevieray
the Jews in Jesus' time chose to ignore that prophecy being fulfilled was at hand...they saw him as nothing more than a blasphemer, a false prophet, and someone who was gaing traction among their people., and understandably, felt that upheaval would put them in danger under Roman rule.
He not only foretold of the destruction, he even gave the detail that no stone would be standing...you can marginalize it all you want.
muslims do not believe in a personal relationship with God, to claim so would be as dangerous as what Christ procliamed.
They didn't ignore the prophecies. They simply didn't, and don't, recognize Jesus as fulfilling them.
Destroyed is destroyed, if you want to seize on "the detail that no stone would be standing", even though a stone was left standing when the Romans destroyed it, be my guest.
Muslims can and do have a personal relationship with god. You're simply wrong about that.
There were no ifs in my quote.