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The nineteenth chapter of the Quran alone contains forty-one verses on Jesus and Mary.It makes such a robust defense of Mary’s virginity here that in the fourth book of the Quran, the condemnation of the Jews is attributed to their calumny against the Virgin Mary.Christians began the long slog of reconquering the peninsula with the Battle of Covadonga in 718 and would not retake their lands for another 700 years, when Ferdinand and Isabella completed the Reconquista in 1492, the year of Columbus.At the time when the Muslims were finally driven out of Portugal, the last Muslim chief had a beautiful daughter by the name of Fatima. That they, too, believe in the Immaculate Conception?That the iconic Muslim prayer posture is connected to Mary?If this is true, Venerable Fulton Sheen writes, Islam is “the only heresy that has never declined.”(1) Sheen continues that: “[Other heresies] have had a moment of vigor, then gone into doctrinal decay at the death of the leader, and finally evaporated in a vague social movement.Islam, on the contrary, has only had its first phase.
The knight took Fatima to a small village of the recently created Kingdom of Portugal, in the Serra de Aire hills.There was never a time in which it declined, either in numbers, or in the devotion of its followers.” We should definitely take note of this, especially given the decline of Christianity in Western Europe. A Muslim converting to Christianity, at least from the Muslim’s point of view, would be much like a Christian converting to Judaism.Christianity’s attempts to convert Muslims — even Saints Francis of Assisi and Ignatius of Loyola were stymied in their attempts — must be largely considered failures. Muslims believe that they have the final and definitive revelation of God to the world, that Jesus was only a prophet announcing Mohammed, the last of God’s real prophets.It will be “through a summoning of the [Muslims] to a veneration of the Mother of God.” Mary holds an exalted place in Islam as the only woman named in the entire Quran.(2) It refers to Mary seventy times and even names her as the greatest of all women.Though rejected by many Protestants, especially those descended from John Calvin, Marian doctrines such as her Immaculate Conception, Perpetual Virginity, and Assumption(3) are wholeheartedly endorsed by the Quran.
What if it marked the turn of tide in conversions to Christianity?