It shows that the Domestic Life encompasses the protection, reformation, and elevation of women through divine knowledge and governance. This Universal Governance features the leadership of women—with the Messiah, in establishing the Kingdom of God.
Newark, Delaware (PRWEB) August 18, 2015
This book begins with the controversy surrounding the polygamous marriage of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. It then travels the timeline of the history of the Nation of Islam, which started in North America in 1930, in the city of Detroit, Michigan. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad declared that he met God “in Person;” whom he said revealed that the Black People of America were the Chosen People of God; and that this declaration, combined with God’s presence among us, fulfilled the Messianic prophecy mentioned in Genesis 15:13. Based on the Messianic prophecies, the Messiah arises from among God's Chosen People as their savior and deliverer. Hence, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad declared that he was raised by God as this Messiah.
This book analyzes the prophecies related to the Advent of the Messiah described in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. All three of these great monotheistic faiths have the Prophet Abraham and the Prophesied Messiah at the foundation of their religious doctrines. Although doctrinal differences among these religions involve the identity of this Chosen People, all doctrines agree that the Messiah’s work involves three primary objectives: 1) the redemption and reformation of God’s Chosen People; 2) the judgment of this current world; and, 3) the establishment of God’s Eternal Kingdom of Peace through HIS Chosen People. This book pursues the objective forging agreement among areas of disagreement.
This book seeks to prove that Jesus and Prophet Muhammad are prototypes of the Messiah. Their actions depicted in the Bible and Holy Quran prefigures the Messiah's actions in the Last Days. As such, this book describes how the polygamous marriages of Prophet Muhammad set the expectation of the Messiah’s marriages. This also extends to Jesus in the New Testament. The religious controversy regarding whether Jesus was married is explored. Examples of Jesus’ endearment towards the security and protection of women are presented to demonstrate that women were the foremost concern of his ministry.
Essentially, this book ties the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s polygamous marriages—coined the Domestic Life—to the fulfillment of the Messianic prophecies. It shows that the Domestic Life encompasses the protection, reformation, and elevation of women through divine knowledge and governance. This Universal Governance features the leadership of women—with the Messiah, in establishing the Everlasting Kingdom of God.