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Janet, Inwood - wrote on 9/22/2010 1:30:32 PM
Comment:I have no dispute with anyone, we are all given the choice from GOD to believe what we belive. I am curious about something though, if Muslims believe one solitary GOD then why do some Quran entries say we?? For instance - So it will be, your Lord says: ‘That is easy for Me; and We wish to appoint him as a sign unto men and a Mercy from Us': It was a matter so decreed" (Quran 19:16-21) and See how We make Our signs clear to them; and see where they are turning away!" (Quran 5:75). Who are the We and Us in these references??
I am a Christian and I know the Trinity seems very confusing, but as it is said ALL things are possible with GOD. I believe the We and Us, also stated that way in the Bible, is the Father (GOD), the Son (Jesus) and the Holy Spirit, all present from the beginning. GOD, our Heavenly Father, sent his Son Jesus, who has always been a part of him, to earth as a human to pay the price for our sins because Jesus was the only one perfect enough to live a sinless life, since he had come from the perfect place of Heaven. There had to be a sinless sacrifice as atonement for our sins. GOD's Holy Spirit is a part of all of us, the life that GOD breathes in to us.
issam, Cheraga - wrote on 9/15/2010 8:05:12 AM
Comment:Peace be upon you.
If that is right, am I free to do whatever I want?
If that is right, why did God taught us what to do and what not to do, what is right and what is wrong? Why did he send prophets? But what is more important is why didn’t he just create us without hate, grudge, greed, Jealousy………?
I just want to remind you of two important things with these verses from the Quran
“But they have no knowledge therein. They follow nothing but conjecture; and conjecture avails nothing against Truth ” (53:28)
“Then woe to those who write the Book with their own hands, and then say:"This is from Allah," to traffic with it for miserable price!- Woe to them for what their hands do write, and for the gain they make thereby. “(2:79)
Peace be upon you.
issam, Cheraga - wrote on 9/11/2010 10:44:28 AM
Comment:I suggest you read my previous comment
, - wrote on 9/10/2010 5:43:39 PM
Comment:If Jesus is not the Son of God how can He be born from a virgin while all prophets have their own parents on earth? Jesus Himself will come back at the End of Age. Can any other prophets will come back as of Jesus? May we all have the peace about the truth of Jesus' life. God bless us all.
issam, Cheraga - wrote on 9/10/2010 5:03:16 PM
Comment:Peace be upon you,
I am a Muslim and I will answer your questions,
1. Who put Him in her womb? Where did the seed to fertilize the baby come from?
Remember that God created Adam (peace be upon him) without a father or mother, and the one who can create without a father or mother, can create without a father
"Verily, the likeness of Jesus in God's Sight is the likeness of Adam. He (God) created him from dust, then (He) said to him: ‘Be!'-and he was" (Quran 3:59).
The one who created us from a sperm and an egg, the one who created millions of species, some of them we can not even see, the one who created the sun and the moon and planets, the one who created the earth and the seven heavens in six days, the one who sent down water from the sky then revived the earth after it's death , the one who will revive us in the judgment day, after becoming remains and bones, without our fathers and mothers, he can absolutely create someone without a father so easily. .
"Relate in the Book the story of Mary, when she withdrew from her family, to a place in the East. She screened herself from them; then We sent to her Our spirit (angel Gabriel) and he appeared before her as a man in all respects. She said: I seek refuge from you in God Most Gracious (come not near) if you do fear God. He said: Nay, I am only a Messenger from your Lord, to announce to you the gift of a pure son. She said: How shall I have a son, when no man has ever touched me, and I am not unchaste? He said: So it will be, your Lord says: ‘That is easy for Me; and We wish to appoint him as a sign unto men and a Mercy from Us': It was a matter so decreed" (Quran 19:16-21)
2- What makes Jesus different? How can they call Him just another prophet or teacher?
The miraculous birth is one of the miracles of Jesus (peace be upon him), God have long supported his messengers by miracles, for instance, Moses (peace be upon him) split up the sea with his stick, this stick was also transformed into snake…………..
Why should a great, strong, wise, and a perfect God, have a son!!!? or become this child within the womb of a woman!!!? Then he becomes like humans, eat, drink, and then......
"The Messiah (Jesus), son of Mary, was no more than a Messenger before whom many Messengers have passed away; and his mother adhered wholly to truthfulness, and they both ate food (as other mortals do). See how We make Our signs clear to them; and see where they are turning away!" (Quran 5:75).
This is not decent, and does not make sense; it can not happen for any reason.
Peace be upon you.
Krista Timmins, Adairsville, Ga - wrote on 9/9/2010 3:45:09 PM
Comment:It is so confusing to me how the Muslims can believe that Jesus was born of a virgin, but was not the son of God? Someone had to father him! He had to come from someone. Who put Him in her womb. Where did the seed to furtilize the baby come from? The creator of us is the only one who could have allowed a baby to be born so miraculously. No other prophet or teacher in all of history was born of a virgin. So what makes Jesus different? How can they call Him just another prophet or teacher? These are questions I would love to ask a Muslim who would give me an honest answer and back and have some kind of proof to back it up, because it seems like their doctrine is contradictory.
Paola, Alexandria - wrote on 9/8/2010 1:45:41 PM
Comment:Not all Christians believe the trinity! I believe in the oneness of God. I believe that the Muhummed was being forced to believe in the Trinity, because he knew there was only one God, he created the Quram and called God Allah. He had only one thing right and that there is only ONE GOD. I believe In the book of Isaiah you can ready about the prohesy of Jesus about God manifesting himself into flesh. One must study the bible in detail and ask the Lord to reveal the truth. There is only one time they baptize in the name of the father the son and the holy spirit, after that they people were baptized in Jesus name and recieved the holy ghost after repenting! It's the truth I have experienced it, you have to experience for yourself and in order to experience you must seek and accept for yourself and want it from deep within your soul. I am a mother, sister, aunt but although I play different roles I am still one person! Several people saw the Angel Gabriel in the bible but it only appeared to one person in the Quram.
issam, Cheraga - wrote on 9/5/2010 10:41:24 AM
Comment:Well, I have a simple thing we can all agree with:
11 planets around the sun, one of these planets is located at a suitable distance from the sun; this planet rotates around its axis, so the sun rays reach half of the planet while the other half rests in darkness. It also turns around the sun on a regular orbit, to form the four seasons, when the northern hemisphere is in summer, the southern is in winter …. so crops mature in a timely manner . As we reflect on the earth's surface, we realize another stuffs, this land contains millions of species of life, these creatures need: air, food and water, and fortunately it's all available. When we look at ourselves we see miracles. When we get hurt we feel pain, when viruses attack, our immune system defends us, respiratory system for breathing, blood circulation, gastrointestinal system...... and all our genetic recipes are written in a microscopic thing called DNA. This did not happen by coincidence, someone created and organized all this, someone great, strong, wise, Generous, All Knowing and capable to do anything.
However, we should ask an important question here, why did he create us and gave us minds?
Do you find the answers in your beliefs?
Michelle, Fresno, CA - wrote on 9/3/2010 7:00:13 PM
Comment:Michael, in London UK, said it perfectly. Praise the Lord our God for those who are willing and able to correctly tell about Jesus. Jesus is the Messiah. And He will return to take back that which we have ruined. Come, Lord, come.
Claire, Lakeview - wrote on 8/29/2010 12:10:09 PM
Comment: I was very interested to learn that Muslims revere Jesus Christ. Based on what I had read, Muslims despise Jews and desire their extermination as they are pointed to as the root of all evil and the reason for any and all suffering of the Arabic nations. We can all agree that verses from anyone's holy scriptures, taken out of context, can give a false representation of their religion and beliefs. While I trust that the comments regarding Islam are accurate in this comparison (I have no background in Islam to use as a point of reference), I found some of the conclusions regarding Christianity a bit iffy.
Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life (everlasting). No one comes to the Father (God) except through Me." He also said, "If you have seen Me, you have seen the Father." a direct, personal statement that He was God's son. Although there are differences in the Gospels and other New Testiment accounts of Jesus's life, this is acceptable and should be somewhat expected due to the fact that each apostle/author was writing from a different perspective, personal background, and time in his life. Neither did they seek permission for or editing of their texts from Jesus. Rather, they worked from memory, inspired by God, to provide their wittness and testiment to life and actions of His Son, His promised Messiah, Jesus. It would be more suspicious if all their stories matched!
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