These three religions believe and look forward to the coming of a Jewish Messiah, Islamic Messiah, and Christian Messiah. Their texts – Tanakh (OT), NT, and Koran all teach about their Messiah as a savior. They pray daily for this Messiah to come.
What is the mission of these Messiahs?
The Jewish Messiah
Moshiites (Jews who believe Moses as a prophet and his books as holy writings) look forward to the fulfillment of the messianic prophecy found in Danial 2:44 (look it up in your Bible)
So, the Jewish Messiah will destroy all governments and establish a theocratic government that Jewish Rabbis will run. Anybody who does not accept the Messianic kingdom will be killed by ‘David’s sword.
The Christian Messiah
Christians pray the Lord’s prayer, which gives us a clue: “Thy Kingdom come; Thy will be done on earth.”
This Messiah’s mission is the same, except that the Christian Theocracy will be in the hands of Popes and the Clergy of Christendom (Catholic and Protestant). In the book of Mathew and the visions in Revelation, Jesus’ words show that anybody who does not accept the Christian Messianic kingdom will be destroyed – killed by a long sword of Jesus. (The problem with this scenario is that Christians will fight among themselves and kill each other because they do not trust each other’s denomination to be the ‘True Christian’ religion).
The Islamic Messiah
The Islamic Messiah has the same mission: Establish Islam as a kingdom to be run by Mullahs and Imams. Anyone who refuses to accept Islam will be subjected to the same fate of death. Moslems also have the same superiority complex between Shiites, Sunnis, and many factions within, each of which claims to be ‘true’ Islam.
Moslems are fighting vicious wars in the Islamic world against each other. Every now and then, they target Christians, Jews, Hindus, and any non-Moslem.
Jihad is a war against the world that does not practice ‘pure’ Islam.
The details of this are discussed in 18 chapters based on the Tanakh, New Testament, and Koran, history of these religions, in particular, what they have done to Black and other indigenous people in Africa, Australia, the Americas, India, Pakistan, China, and other Islands of the world.
Messianic aspirations by these religions are a serious existential threat; it is worse than global warming. These Messianic aspirants intend to kill in the name of their Messiah as they have done during the past 2,500 years from their formative days.
The book offers a solution to religion-inspired violence – shutting them down and promoting science to solve the world’s problems.