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Tara, Washington - wrote on 1/30/2010 9:23:47 PM
Comment:Hi Scott. I just wanted to answer some of your questions. First, yes, the Quran says that Jesus spoke as a baby. Secondly, the Quran does say the Jesus will return. I cant say that I am a Christian or Muslim... yet; however, I am Iraqi and a lot of my family is Muslim. Fortunately, thank God, I grew up with my mother that didnt believe in religion; she just believed in God and never really spoke about it. So I had to investigate all the religions on my own and fortunately did not grow up with bias in that region. I am now a student of religion and am glad to have read different religious texts (Gospel, Quran, etc). I suggest you get a good english translated Quaran and make judgements from that. Because I have found that you cant really believe what anyone says and their interpretations of it until you read what the actual text says. Like I said I have had family members who are Muslim that claim the Quran says this and that, but I found that was not so after reading it myself. Of course to really understand the Quran completely I think one has to read it in Arabic. I dont speak Arabic, but God willing maybe I will one day. Hopefully I will find the Truth.
I had a question. Where in the Quran does it say one must have to pray exactly five times a day? I have read the Quran and have not found that it ever says five times, but maybe I am overlooking it. Thank you
Scott S., Columbus - wrote on 1/30/2010 3:44:26 PM
Comment:Wow! This is a great article in my opinion. I am a Christian and I am very surprised in how close the Islamic view is to the Christian view. Also reading the other comments I was blessed to see how everyone showed respect for each other. There is two question sI still have about Islam tough. It said Jesus talked while in the cradle? So He talked at a very young age?? and the other question, I heard Muslims believe it is Jesus who will come back in the end to fight the Anti Christ. Is that true? Someone please comment back the answers to those questions. Thank you and God bless to all of you.
Niamh, BallyMoney Ireland - wrote on 1/21/2010 9:38:35 AM
Comment:I Feel This Website Is Fair Enough But I Couldnt Find What I Was Looking For But It Did Help Me In A Way... I Found New Teachings About Other Religions.
Thank You And God Bless
Faisal Akram, Dallas - wrote on 1/17/2010 8:15:50 AM
Comment:May Allah All Mighty the all knowing bless the work of this writer or writers who completed this article very informative and simple to understand only thing to add is that Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) refers to true teachings of previous prophets which are forgotten or have been changed.These are not considered jesus saying or words like example holy trinity ,antonment many other things etc. i read comments i respect people being very calm and understanding not bashing or using bad language May Allah bless them for there respect of listening on other website or youtube you will be how people start saying bad stuff we have to respect religions and beliefs.christian brothers have to understand please that open heartedly that quran and prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) sayings means muslim are told to believe in jesus words and he(p.b.u.h) says believe him as a prophet and all before him as a prophet and if you have read hadiths which are saying of Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) which are also equally important you will see how he preached and explained fellow christians and jews about there misconceptions what they believed which had been thought to them was wrong because prophet jesus never said most of the words which christian brothers believe and this leads them following the path to shirk (meaning worshiping someone other then God Almighty ) and how they understand and rather then clearing there thoughts and understanding finding other paths they justify and close the book of mind and make there belief stronger.I highly respect christian and jewish brothers but please do try to find true words of Jesus peace be upon him through finding and researching online you will find various finding which show certainly jesus did not preach what is bieng preached today.please do your research and similar to barnabas views jesus (p.b.u.h) brother also wrote which u can find by googling and refered him not being God old books and letter are found which clearly show proof Quran is divinely and these finding make its word stronger and if your opens up to accept you should start following it because this is the way towards God Almighty.and one other thing which is very important Quran is in true form in Arabic which cannot be translated hundered percent correctly in any language if you read translations in english please do also get translation andTafsir (broad explanation of each sura sentence )which clears much misunderstanding of Quran which you will find easily in islamic book stores May Allah Bless us All.and if you have more power to learn quran and hadith is also important so hadiths with tafseer will benefit true understanding of teachings of Prophet Muhammads (p.b.u.h) May Allah Bless us Alland forgive if i have said something wrong.Allah knows best
girl, - wrote on 1/13/2010 5:37:23 AM
Comment:This is very useful regarding Jesus and Islam: http://hubpages.com/hub/Sayings-of-Jesus-In-Aramaic-Regarding-Islam
Ibrahim, Sheffield - wrote on 1/1/2010 3:06:35 PM
Comment:This is an outstanding article, and the comments that have been left are excellent-well thought, and more importantly, non-confrontational and not insulting like you get on many websites. I am a Muslim married to a Catholic. As per one of the comments earlier- we did not witness many of the biblical/quranic/holy events, and faith comes into it- we may not interpret things exactly right- but what is obvious is that many of the comments that have been made are done so by people who seek the truth- and no doubt therefor- by people who wish to do good. i pray we all go to heaven. Great article! Peace x
marco b. monggo, purok 7 Brgy.Tambo Iligan city - wrote on 12/27/2009 4:14:09 AM
Comment:In the name of Allah,I would like to greet you sir!By the way i would like you to know that im a christian a bonified member of Tthe Christian And Missionary Alliance of The Philippines.I was also a student of LABC Bible school here in Mindanao,with the course of B. in Theology.I thank God about what i been read.may i ask a fabor?can you send me some imformation with references of course,a book.thanks
Daniel, - wrote on 12/27/2009 12:18:49 AM
Comment:I am a christian and this article has only strengthened my belief. Reading from the comments the Quran tells that Muslims believe in what Christians believe and in the same God. This may be a simple argument that may be shot down fairly quickly but God doesn't look to complicate things. He is direct in his approach. The world makes complication of the simple truths. Alright, Christianity denies all other religions and explicity states that the only possible salvation is through Jesus Christ. The Quran supports this. That's that.
However, I would like to know of the Muslim position on sin- first-sin of Adam, atonement(s) for sin, etc. If someone could direct me to an article or places in the quran I would greatly appreciate that. God bless you all. and Merry Christmas.
john s. david, fort worth - wrote on 12/25/2009 10:24:26 PM
Comment:To Richard, Bonaire: Not all Christians or denominations believe in the trinity. Many Christians believe that there is but ONE GOD and his redemptive name is Jesus, God in human flesh. In the Old Testament He was called by many different names, as situations dictated. In Egypt, He was the “I AM THAT I AM.” Other times he was called Jehovah-jireth (the Provider, Genesis 22:14). They called Him Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace (Isaiah 9). 1 Timothy 3:16: “And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentile believed on in the world, received up into glory.”
I do not believe Matthew 28:19 refers to the trinity at all. Matthew calls for baptism “in the NAME…not in the NAMES. There is a difference. If I attend a function on behalf of A, B, and C, I will say I am doing this in the NAMES of A, B, and C; not in the MANE of A, B, and C, unless A,B, and C were actually one entity with one name. But this is hardly the case here, since trinitarians believe three distinct persons make up the Godhead.
If Matthew 28:19 refers to the three distinct persons in the trinity, then what is the name of the Father? What is the name of the Son? What is the name of the Holy Ghost? Do all of these have different names, apart from Jesus Christ?
Acts 4:12: “Neither is there salvation in any other; for there is NO OTHER NAME under heaven given among men whereby we must be saved.” Colossians 1:15: “Who (Jesus) is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature…” I Timothy 6:16, “Who only hath immortality, dwelling in the light which no man can approach unto; whom no man hath seen, nor can see: to whom be honour and power everlasting. Amen.” Luke 24:39, “Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself: handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have.
The anthropomorphism of God sometimes leads us to forget that God is a Spirit, and no man has seen Him at anytime. Mankind can only know God (the Spirit) through Jesus (the visible image of God). Unfortunately, many religious scholars are taking a historiographical approach to explain who God is or if in fact there is a God. If we do not believe what is already written in Bible about Jesus, no amount of manuscripts will provide an epistemological or definitive clarity to our doubts. Without faith, it is impossible to please God. It is only the Spirit of God in our hearts that can quench our thirst in this spiritual oasis of ambivalence and faithlessness. This is as sure as God’s name is Jesus.
wardah, usa - wrote on 12/24/2009 2:06:32 PM
Comment:The article certainly has spurred a lot of interesting dialogue. Having studied a variety of English translations of the Hebrew/Aramaic/Greek scriptures that have come down to us for many years and the Yousuf Ali work on the meaning of the Holy Qur'an, I can understand the perspective of most of these comments.
After all these years of study, it seems the TRUTH may still elude me.
I pray that The Most Merciful, The Most Gracious accepts the worship of all those sincerely seeking HIM and desiring to do HIS will.
None of us were witnesses to any of the events -- so it does come down to FAITH versus PROOF. Like good lawyers, all of us can make good arguments for our particular positions.
Only THE ALMIGHTY knows the ABSOLUTE TRUTH.
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