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morad, UK - wrote on 11/16/2009 7:45:50 PM
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Comment:I like this article. because it is very informative. In my opinion both Muslim and Cristian beleive in same God (Allah). We have to make good research to find out right way. Otherwise, we can't answer the question of God (Allah) "I give you mind to think and envisage, why you did not do that". we have to read a lot of things. and not based on things someone told us

Mujahed of Jeesus, Helsinki - wrote on 10/25/2009 6:54:52 PM
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Comment:There is no other God but God and Jesus is his messenger. God is good and merciful. God is great.

ray cote, auburn - wrote on 9/24/2009 8:53:24 PM
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Comment:It's a little confusing to me that the Muslim faith regards Jesus so higly and believe 80% of what was written about him, ie: the virgin birth, the miracles, his return ect., except for the main claim..that he is God in the flesh, the way the truth and the life. Jesus is either a lunatic, a liar or who he says he is and not merely a profit. Someone please explain...help me out here.

Hsing Bang Wu, New Jersey, USA - wrote on 12/30/2005 10:21:38 PM
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Comment:Good communication article for Christians and Muslims. Truth is the one we pursue, not religion, which was created by human beings. People need a good judgement for the teachings from Christian churches or muslim temples, as there are some teachings are interpretations not really a truth.

jisaaz, usa - wrote on 12/21/2005 11:09:14 PM
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Comment:This covers the basic tenets of what the Quran teaches us about Jesus. In response to sijo's comments: "Those Messengers We endowed with gifts, some above others. To one of them Allah spoke, others He raised to degrees of honor; to Jesus, the son of Mary, We gave clear signs and strengthened him with the holy spirit. If Allah had so willed, succeeding generations would not have fought among each other, after clear signs had come to them. But, they chose to wrangle, some believing and some rejecting. If Allah had so willed, they would not have fought each other, but Allah fulfills his Plan". Allah gave us free will, and with free will, we will always disagree, but that won't spoil God's plan. And every prophet is special in a unique way - Moses spoke directly with God, the prophet David was made king, and Jesus was born of divine birth. God needs nothing; we need God and his messengers, and each message is unique and special.

Drew , north carolina - wrote on 11/9/2005 11:05:23 AM
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Comment:I think this piece is infomative on some basic levels. Well prepared and thought out. My comments are that regardless if you are Christian or Muslim you believe in an allpowerfull God and both groups believe it is the same God. No one is able to read the hearts of men and God knows who prays to him. Finally, we need not try to defend our beliefs, that leads to division, and God is strong enough to defend himself and his divine, plan be it through redemption through sacrifice or through submission to his personage. thank you

Christian, - wrote on 7/13/2005 2:51:16 PM
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Comment:This information might seem like Christians and Muslims are all in one happy family, BUT Christians believe that Jesus is the only way to God. Therefore there is no way they can be related at all. God in Christianity is the Trinity of Father, Son (Jesus), and Holy Spirit. This is all God. This is not the same God at all as the Muslim God Allah.

SYED M BUKHARI, SHELBY,MI USA - wrote on 12/28/2004 9:35:14 AM
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Comment:These are some very interesting factors about Jesus and a strong bridge builder between muslims and christians. Jazaak Allah khair.

Brittany, Southern California - wrote on 12/24/2004 7:44:37 PM
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Comment:I am a Christian and I used to think that Allah was a false god.But now I know I was wrong.Thank you for writing this article so I can now have more of an understanding of Islam!

Gene, USA - wrote on 12/24/2004 12:01:26 PM
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Comment:Asalamu Alaikum! I enjoyed the simplicity of your article. It is obvious by reading some of the responses here, that there are still alot of ignorant people in this world. However, I am happy that you choose to education, rather than divide. We know that God is all mighty, and creates prophets as he pleaseths. When He ordains/decrees a matter He simply says "Be" and it is! Unfortunately the face of Islam in america has be greatly distorted by the acts of a few. God knows, if all we saw on TV all day was the KKK (Ku Klux Klan) parading up and down the streets in their white robes, claiming their violent acts, and claims of white supremacy in the name of Chritianity, who would ever want to be a christian??? However, I know better! I know alot of good christian people. A religious organization should never be disrespected based on the actions of a few within it. Believe me, Allah/God, will not be asking any of us what religion we're from. It is our acts of kindness, & acts of charity to our fellow man that gets rewarded in the here after. Gene Peace!

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