It was a very long time argument as regards which of the two sons of Abraham Isaac or Ishmael was used for Sacrifice. The Holy Koran mentioned Ishmael while the Holy bible mentioned Isaac. However, this story being a historical event was written by Moses whose Mentor was Jetho his father-in-law being one of the descendants of the Ishmaelites; that Isaac would have been used for the sacrifice after the departure of Ishmael with his mother. This could be the real story based on the fact that it was a recorded event which proceed the Koran and Jethro was one of Ishmaelite sources that Moses used and was a student of Jethro who had educated him much about the God of Abraham and his promise to bring his people out of Egypt which he had t learned in Egypt. He got this education and information from Jethro first and Moses sought for the opportunity before God appeared to him in the form of a burning bush The Islamic Hadith written by Prophet Mohammed confirmed that Ishmael and his mother departed from Abraham when he was sucking her breast which is quite similar to that written by Moses in Genesis. Therefore, Ishmael was used as symbol of Isaac in the Holy Koran being a prophetic book. Other story in the bible include the KAABA in the Holy city of Mecca based on the prophecy of Isaiah and based on the Abrahamic covenant with the nation of Ishmael called Saudi Arabia and many more.
Goodnews D. Adolphus a native of Okrika in Rivers State of Nigeria is a Renowned religions writer that had written several articles. The inspiration to write was given to him since at the age of 21 as he was spiritually given a scroll containing the prophecies written in the holy bible which began to reveal to him in both visions and dreams and he uses them as a guide for his research and teachings. Most of his teachings are far beyond his imagination. His teachings include Judaism, Christianity and Islam. He teaches them all right from the portion of the holy bible and does not discriminate. He attended both primary and higher institution that enable him carry out his research work effectively.