The author shares his personal journey while investigating religious scriptures for evidence to support the presence of Divine Revelation. The first section of the book begins with discussions supporting the existence of God and refuting Darwin; yet also arguing for the co-existence of evolution and creation.
Subsequently, in the second section of the book, the author examines the Koranic claim that the advent of the prophet Muhammad is foretold in the Torah and the Gospel (Koran 7:157). The author traces this claim, beginning with Ishmael, the father of the Arabs, whose Hebrew name means “God Hears”. The Bible foretells that Ishmael’s descendents would have a “Great Nation” (Genesis 17:20, KJV). In fulfillment of this promise Ishmael’s sons Kedar and Tema (Genesis 25:13-15) are part of Isaiah’s prophetic vision, (Isaiah 21:11-17 and 42:1-11) as mentioned in the Old Testament’s Book of Isaiah.
In the third section of this book the difficult yet challenging controversy surrounding the identity of Jesus, a major point of contention between Judaism, Christianity and Islam, is examined. The fourth part of this book deals mainly with Koranic scientific facts that only became common knowledge with recent discoveries. Finally, this book closes by examining the spiritual essence and commonalities of the world’s three major religions.