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PostSubject: Jesus In Islam   Fri 6 Mar - 12:22

Jesus In Islam

Muslims revere Jesus as a prophet,but not the Son of God

Muslims honor and respect Jesus, son of Mary (peace be upon him and all of God's prophets). Muslims believe that he was one in a long line of honorable prophets, who taught his people to worship and obey the One True Lord, the Creator. The Qur'an describes him:
He [Jesus] was no more than a servant.We granted Our
favor to him,and we made him an example to the Children of Israel....

When Jesus came with clear signs, he said,"Now have I come to you with Wisdom,and in order to make clear to yousome of the points on which you dispute.Therefore, fear Allah and obey me.
For Allah, He is my Lord and your Lord,so worship Him.This is a Straight Way." (Qur'an: Al-Zukhruf 43:59, 63-64)

Of all the prophets, Jesus is probably the most written about in the Qur'an. Various stories in the Islamic text talk about his miraculous birth, his ministry, his disciples, and the message that he brought to his people. Muslims always speak of Jesus with respect, and "Issa" (the Arabic rendition of his name)
is a common given name in the Muslim world.

The Qur'an makes it very clear that Jesus was a prophet, chosen by God to teach his people, but not associated with nor part of God Himself. He performed miracles, by the grace and power of God alone. He of himself could do nothing -- all of his glory pointed back to the One Almighty God.

Muslims therefore reject the notion of the Trinity that is common in most Christian denominations today. Islam adheres to a very strict monotheism, and considers such a theology
to be idolatrous.
Additionally, Islam teaches that God is Merciful and forgives all sins, without the need for a Saviour or blood sacrifice of any kind. Therefore, Muslims reject the idea that all of mankind is "saved" by any one creed or sacrifice. In Islam, each person is judged mercifully by God, Who created us and knows our hearts and weaknesses. While Muslims do not feel that their fate in the Hereafter is "guaranteed" (as many Christians would say), they do not despair -- for the Mercy of Allah is without measure.

In the end,Muslims believe that the message Jesus preached was one and the same as the message that all of the prophets brought to their people: Worship Almighty God, and Him Alone. Have faith, and live your life according to that faith.
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PostSubject: Re: Jesus In Islam   Thu 12 Mar - 11:00

The Prophet Muhammad said:
"Whoever believes that there is none
worthy of worship but God, alone without partner, that Muhammad is His
messenger, that Jesus is the servant and messenger of God, His word
which He bestowed on Mary and a spirit proceeding from Him, and that
Paradise and Hell are true, shall be received by God into Heaven." (A
Hadith from the collections of al Bukhari)


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PostSubject: Re: Jesus In Islam   Thu 12 Mar - 14:46

thank you Mr LOYALTY
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PostSubject: Re: Jesus In Islam   Sat 14 Mar - 18:57

According to Islam, Jesus (peace be upon him) was no more than an ordinary person chosen by Almighty Allah to enlighten people's life and way. He preceded the Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) who carried on what his message in Kuraych (the Prophet Mohammad's tribe) and the whole world.



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