Ex Muslim, Neil Littlejohn (formerly known as Ismaeel Abu Adam), is now claiming to have had a vision of Jesus. He even wants to take a polygraph test (a lie detector test).
Look, somebody claiming to have seen Jesus is nothing new, the conman Kamal Saleem has peddled a story of Jesus appearing in a vision (well actually he has peddled at least 3 versions of that story!) while charismatic folks like Zak Gariba (a supposed ex-imam) tell us Jesus speaks to him!
Claiming Jesus is appearing to you is a sure-fire way of getting some attention in the charismatic Christian movement and, let’s be frank, a bit more cash in donations if that’s what you’re asking for.
My focus here is, did Neil see the devil depicting a Hollywood-style presentation of Jesus? Neil’s description of Jesus doesn’t tie in with what most people would expect of a Middle Easterner living in 1st century Palestine – Neil has more of a Hollywood image of Jesus in mind. Christians like Jay Smith believe the Bible teaches Jesus was “ugly”. Will Neil claim he saw an ugly man in his vision in line with those “Christian” teachings of his co-religionists?
In this video we ask people to consider whether Neil is lying, wishful-thinking or simply conned by the devil whilst offering vision/dream stories that aren’t being widely told to our Christian friends..
My advice to Neil is to take time off the net, stop trying to please your new followers and remove the patreon donation links. Be sincere and embark on honest research for the truth without being clouded by thoughts of self-aggrandisement, approbation from internet crowds, past bad experiences with Muslims and monetary gain. Look into the Trinity idea and pure Abrahamic monotheism (Tawheed), ask yourself which makes more sense as being a consistent teaching from the messengers of God.