Not by name; there is a general instruction that there will be prophets in the latter days, as well as false prophets. Considering that Muhammad lived 700 years after Christ, it is not expected that the New Testament would be concerned with Muhammad.
Yes, the Bible is filled with these kind of statements. Just to name a few; Isaiah prophecised about a prophet from the land of Keddar, Moses prophecised about Muhammad in Deut 18:18, Muhammad is "that prophet" mentioned in John 1:21, Jesus said Muhammad will come (of course the name was changed) as the comforter or paraclete. Don't have time to name them all, but yes Muhammad is mentioned in several places in the Bible. Have a good day!
Not by name, but he may be by Type. The nature of Typology is to prophecy based on a role that someone in every generation can fill. Jesus wasn't prophesied by name in the Old Testament either but seems to be by various Types.
The Bible nowhere specifically predicts the coming of Muhammad. Muhammad was not the prophet Moses predicted, and Muhammad was not the Counselor Jesus predicted. Since the message of Muhammad contradicts the message of Jesus on many points, the only biblical prophecy that would apply to the coming of Muhammad would be Matthew 24:11; ?And many false prophets will appear and deceive many people?? gotquestions.org
If the bible is read in Hebrew then Muhammad is mentioned exactly by name... Searh for it on YouTube... It is also said The coming prophet will be like Moses... And Moses and Muhammad are similar prophets... (peace be upon all the prophets).. May God forgive me if I'm wrong...
No, none, not one. In the Bible, Jesus is the fulfillment of prophecy. He only predicted two comings from God.
One, in John 14:26, was of the Helper, whom He specifically called the Holy Spirit, also called the Comforter or Counselor (Paraclete). The apostles clearly believed and taught that the Holy Spirit was/is the promised Paraclete. Jesus told them to wait in Jerusalem and 7 weeks after the resurrection of Jesus that promise was fulfilled, as recorded in Acts 2. Jesus was the first 'Paraclete' as He said that "another" one would come, like Himself (John 14:16). The Holy Spirit matches that description perfectly, being the One Who would teach everything Jesus taught, One Who would not speak on His own authority (John 16:13). The apostles taught of God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. No possible way to mistake Him for any human being.
The other coming predicted was His own return. John 14:3, "I will come again."; also mentioned to the apostles in Acts 1; and taught by the apostles throughout the New Testament. That promise still awaits. No one knows the day or hour.