Mark 12:6

anakel's picture

6 “He had one left to send, a son, whom he loved. He sent him last of all, saying, ‘They will respect my son.’

Does Jesus Christ implies (through the parable in Mark 12:1-11) that He is the last "Prophet" to be sent by God and God will send no more "Prophet" after Jesus Christ?

If the answer is "Yes", what about "Prophet Muhammad" who claims to be the "Last Prophet"? Does that make "Prophet Muhammad" a "false prophet"?

George Nickens's picture

Mark 12:6

I think, may be in error, that Mark 12:1-11 refers to Christ-rejecting jews: God will send no more prophets to them after God sent His Son Lord Jesus Christ, and they rejected Him and condemned Him to be killed. God, however, send his prophets to Christians before the Last Judgment, who are now the people of God, i.e two witnesses of Revelation 11:3. After the first coming of the Savior Lord Jesus Christ, the prophets come in His Holy Name, for there is no longer any other road to salvation and peace with God but through Him. It is important to evaluate continuously in light of the Holy Bible what those who claim to be prophets of God do and say, as it is written in Mark 13:22 "For false Christs and false prophets shall rise, and shall shew signs and wonders, to seduce, if it were possible, even the elect"

As for muhammed, I think, may be in error, judging by the works of his followers, that he is a prophet of a false god, a rebellious angel named satan, that is presently worshiped in the Holy Mount Zion, from which it once fell, and, increasingly, all over the world.