Jesus in Hinduism?

Is it possible that the arrival of Jesus is prophesied in other religions apart from Judaism, say for example Hinduism?

what do you think of this article? www.jmanjackal.net/eng/enghindu.htm

Is this just showing some similarities or has any theological significance?

The Hindus ´ve a god names Jesus. But it´s not the right Jesus, ´cause only Catholics can worship him.

Is it possible that the arrival of Jesus is prophesied in other religions apart from Judaism, say for example Hinduism?

“Other religions?”

The attempt to fill context within the definition of “other” is invalid as it is false. We cannot say there are divisions when we know that the very meaning of “one” true apostolic church is that of JESUS CHRIST, and we have to ask how could it possibly be separated into disconnected parts or divisions?

Many will deny the truth, even when it is bolding facing them for all to see. Blind and led astray stumbling in the dark and some are searching for the light, and some are deceived without understanding.

Only through JESUS CHRIST; which is the way, the truth and the light can we hope to see and have understanding. Freed from captivity.

Praise be to GOD the heavenly father and his son lord JESUS CHRIST forever>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

The Hindu Jesus is a perfect example of one religion incorporating the ideas of another popular or mainstream religion. Hinduism doesn’t really have a specific church and people tend to sometimes hold their own spiritual beliefs so if a group of Hindus wanted to incorporate Christian doctrines into their beliefs, it wouldn’t be considered blasphemous. Jesus was an adopted figure by Hinduism. Obviously a few Hindu families were inspired by Jesus’s Christian teachings and decided to “Hinduize” him. We see pagan religions and cults in Rome adopting messianic and peaceful teachers after the rise of Christianity.

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