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عيسى المسيح في الإسلام (باللغة الإنجليزية) | Jesus in Islam

16/05/2018, 11:48 PM







عيسى المسيح في الإسلام (باللغة الإنجليزية) | Jesus in Islam 



Although the Quran does not present a detailed life-story of Jesus, it highlights the important aspects of his birth, his mission, his ascension to heaven. It also passes judgment on the Christian and Jewish beliefs concerning him.  In this article, we will look at some of the truths which God revealed about Jesus in the Quran. 


Born of a Virgin Mother


Like Christians, Muslims believe that Mary, Maria in Spanish, or Maryam as she is called in Arabic, was a chaste, virgin woman, who miraculously gave birth to Jesus.  Jesus’ birth in itself was a miracle in that he had no father. 


However, this fact does not necessitate that Jesus is divine in essence or spirit, nor is he worthy of worship, for Adam’s existence was more miraculous than that of Jesus. 


Miracles of Jesus


Muslims, like Christians believe that Jesus performed miracles.  These miracles were performed by the will and permission of God, Who has power and control over all things. The Quran discusses several of Jesus's miracles, including giving sight to the blind, healing lepers, raising the dead, breathing life into clay birds, and speaking in his infancy.


And we should mention that God sent all prophets with miracles specific to the nation to whom they were sent to prove the veracity of their message.  These miracles were not performed of their own accord; rather, they were only manifest in their hands by God's will.  The miracles performed by Jesus were no different.   




His Divinity


Muslims believe that there is no God but Allah. They believe in the Absolute Oneness of God, Who is a Supreme Being free of human limitations, needs and wants.  He has no partners in His Divinity.  He is the Creator of everything and is completely separate from His creation, and all worship is to be directed towards Him alone.


This was the same message brought by all prophets of God, including Jesus.  Jesus never claimed any qualities of divinity, nor did he claim that he deserved to be worshipped.  He did not say that he was the “son” of God or part of the “Trinity”, but rather that he was only a servant of God sent to the Jews to bring them back to the true religion, worshipping One God and following his instruction. 


The majority of the verses in the Quran which mention Jesus discuss this aspect.  They prove that he was only taken as an object of worship as a result of lies which people invented against him. It confirms accounts of his life where Jesus himself clearly denies that he deserved any worship, and it supports the notion that the parables and examples which God has given showed his mortal nature, not his divinity or filial relationship to God. 


On the Day of Judgment, Jesus again will free himself from this false attribution.  God gives us a glimpse of what he will say when he is asked about why people worshipped him:


“And (beware the Day) when God will say, “O Jesus, Son of Mary, did you say to the people, ‘Take me and my mother as deities besides God?’”  He will say, ‘Exalted are You!  It was not for me to say that to which I have no right.  If I had said it, You would have known it.  You know what is within myself, and I do not know what is within Yourself.  Indeed, it is You who is Knower of the unseen.  I said not to them except what you commanded me – to worship God, my Lord and your Lord…’” (Quran 5:116-117)


In these verses, along with other verses in the Quran, God proclaims that ascribing to Jesus the attribute 'son of God' or 'part of a Trinity' is indeed a great blasphemy.  The reason for this returns to the key fundamental assertion that God is Unique and unlike any of his creation; as well as in His Essence, He is Unique in His Divinity, His Attributes and His Lordship.


“And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me.” (Quran 51:56)


He also said:


“And We certainly sent into every nation a messenger, (saying), ‘Worship God and avoid all false objects of worship…’” (Quran 16:36)



His Mission


Prophets are the best of creation. They are those whom God chooses to receive His revelation, yet at the same time, they are mere emissaries of God and do not deserve to receive worship.  Jesus, as mentioned in the Quran, is no different than any of them in this respect.


He and his message was no different than the previous prophets chosen by God, who all called to the worship of God and God alone, as well as to obedience to His commandments. 




His Crucifixion


God clarified in the Quran that Jesus was not crucified; rather, it was made to seem that way to the Jews, and that God raised him to the Heavens.  The Quran does not explain, though, who was the person crucified instead of Jesus, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him.


“…They did not kill him, nor did they crucify him, but (another) was made to resemble him to them…” (Quran 4:157)


“God lifted him up to His presence.  God is Almighty, All-Wise.” (Quran 4:158)


As such, Islam denies that Jesus came to this earth with the purpose of sacrificing himself for the sin of Adam, Eve, and the rest of humanity, freeing them from its burden.  Islam strictly rejects the notion that any person bears the sin of another. Islam also stresses the notion that God is able to and forgive all sins, if a person truly repents and then refrains from repeating it. God does not need any blood sacrifice for that, let alone descend in the form of man himself and die for every man's sins.  Rather, God’s mercy extends to all creatures, believers and disbelievers alike.  The door to forgiveness is open to anyone who seeks it. 



The Second Coming of Christ


As Christians do, Muslims also believe in the return of Jesus the Messiah to earth, although his role and reason for his return does differ from what the Christians propose.  He will return to earth first and foremost to prove his mortality and refute the false beliefs people held about him. 


.When Jesus returns, he will fight the false Christ, who will call people to the belief that he is God, and who will appear just before he returns.  Jesus will defeat the antichrist, and all people will accept the true religion of God.  The world will see a type of peace and serenity unfelt in history, all worshipping the same God, subservient to Him alone, and at peace with one another.


 



 المصدر: 

https://www.islamreligion.com/... 




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مواضيع أخرى:


How to Perform Salah the Right Way | شرح الصلاة باللغة الإنجليزية 
How to Perform Wudu (Ablution) The Right Way
أدعية تريح القلب وتزيل الهم بإذن الله
ماورد عن فضل سورة يس في السنة النبوية
التـابعة: أعراضـها و حقيقتـها وعــلاجها 
حـديث "اللهـم اني اسألك بان لك الحمد لا اله الا انت الحنان المنان"  
جوامـع الدعـاء من الـقرآن الكريم والـسنة الـنبوية
أدعـية جميــلة للــرزق والخيــر 
مقاصد ولطائف من سورة يوسف
رقية الفاتحة سبع مرات .. هل تصح ؟
أحاديـث العـتق مـن الــنار فـي رمضــان


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18/05/2018, 04:52 PM






عيسى المسيح في الإسلام (باللغة الإنجليزية) | Jesus in Islam 



Although the Quran does not present a detailed life-story of Jesus, it highlights the important aspects of his birth, his mission, his ascension to heaven. It also passes judgment on the Christian and Jewish beliefs concerning him.  In this article, we will look at some of the truths which God revealed about Jesus in the Quran. 


Born of a Virgin Mother


Like Christians, Muslims believe that Mary, Maria in Spanish, or Maryam as she is called in Arabic, was a chaste, virgin woman, who miraculously gave birth to Jesus.  Jesus’ birth in itself was a miracle in that he had no father. 


However, this fact does not necessitate that Jesus is divine in essence or spirit, nor is he worthy of worship, for Adam’s existence was more miraculous than that of Jesus. 


Miracles of Jesus


Muslims, like Christians believe that Jesus performed miracles.  These miracles were performed by the will and permission of God, Who has power and control over all things. The Quran discusses several of Jesus's miracles, including giving sight to the blind, healing lepers, raising the dead, breathing life into clay birds, and speaking in his infancy.


And we should mention that God sent all prophets with miracles specific to the nation to whom they were sent to prove the veracity of their message.  These miracles were not performed of their own accord; rather, they were only manifest in their hands by God's will.  The miracles performed by Jesus were no different.   




His Divinity


Muslims believe that there is no God but Allah. They believe in the Absolute Oneness of God, Who is a Supreme Being free of human limitations, needs and wants.  He has no partners in His Divinity.  He is the Creator of everything and is completely separate from His creation, and all worship is to be directed towards Him alone.


This was the same message brought by all prophets of God, including Jesus.  Jesus never claimed any qualities of divinity, nor did he claim that he deserved to be worshipped.  He did not say that he was the “son” of God or part of the “Trinity”, but rather that he was only a servant of God sent to the Jews to bring them back to the true religion, worshipping One God and following his instruction. 


The majority of the verses in the Quran which mention Jesus discuss this aspect.  They prove that he was only taken as an object of worship as a result of lies which people invented against him. It confirms accounts of his life where Jesus himself clearly denies that he deserved any worship, and it supports the notion that the parables and examples which God has given showed his mortal nature, not his divinity or filial relationship to God. 


On the Day of Judgment, Jesus again will free himself from this false attribution.  God gives us a glimpse of what he will say when he is asked about why people worshipped him:


“And (beware the Day) when God will say, “O Jesus, Son of Mary, did you say to the people, ‘Take me and my mother as deities besides God?’”  He will say, ‘Exalted are You!  It was not for me to say that to which I have no right.  If I had said it, You would have known it.  You know what is within myself, and I do not know what is within Yourself.  Indeed, it is You who is Knower of the unseen.  I said not to them except what you commanded me – to worship God, my Lord and your Lord…’” (Quran 5:116-117)


In these verses, along with other verses in the Quran, God proclaims that ascribing to Jesus the attribute 'son of God' or 'part of a Trinity' is indeed a great blasphemy.  The reason for this returns to the key fundamental assertion that God is Unique and unlike any of his creation; as well as in His Essence, He is Unique in His Divinity, His Attributes and His Lordship.


“And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me.” (Quran 51:56)


He also said:


“And We certainly sent into every nation a messenger, (saying), ‘Worship God and avoid all false objects of worship…’” (Quran 16:36)



His Mission


Prophets are the best of creation. They are those whom God chooses to receive His revelation, yet at the same time, they are mere emissaries of God and do not deserve to receive worship.  Jesus, as mentioned in the Quran, is no different than any of them in this respect.


He and his message was no different than the previous prophets chosen by God, who all called to the worship of God and God alone, as well as to obedience to His commandments. 




His Crucifixion


God clarified in the Quran that Jesus was not crucified; rather, it was made to seem that way to the Jews, and that God raised him to the Heavens.  The Quran does not explain, though, who was the person crucified instead of Jesus, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him.


“…They did not kill him, nor did they crucify him, but (another) was made to resemble him to them…” (Quran 4:157)


“God lifted him up to His presence.  God is Almighty, All-Wise.” (Quran 4:158)


As such, Islam denies that Jesus came to this earth with the purpose of sacrificing himself for the sin of Adam, Eve, and the rest of humanity, freeing them from its burden.  Islam strictly rejects the notion that any person bears the sin of another. Islam also stresses the notion that God is able to and forgive all sins, if a person truly repents and then refrains from repeating it. God does not need any blood sacrifice for that, let alone descend in the form of man himself and die for every man's sins.  Rather, God’s mercy extends to all creatures, believers and disbelievers alike.  The door to forgiveness is open to anyone who seeks it. 



The Second Coming of Christ


As Christians do, Muslims also believe in the return of Jesus the Messiah to earth, although his role and reason for his return does differ from what the Christians propose.  He will return to earth first and foremost to prove his mortality and refute the false beliefs people held about him. 


.When Jesus returns, he will fight the false Christ, who will call people to the belief that he is God, and who will appear just before he returns.  Jesus will defeat the antichrist, and all people will accept the true religion of God.  The world will see a type of peace and serenity unfelt in history, all worshipping the same God, subservient to Him alone, and at peace with one another.


 



 المصدر: 

https://www.islamreligion.com/... 




********* 


مواضيع أخرى:


How to Perform Salah the Right Way | شرح الصلاة باللغة الإنجليزية 
How to Perform Wudu (Ablution) The Right Way
أدعية تريح القلب وتزيل الهم بإذن الله
ماورد عن فضل سورة يس في السنة النبوية
التـابعة: أعراضـها و حقيقتـها وعــلاجها 
حـديث "اللهـم اني اسألك بان لك الحمد لا اله الا انت الحنان المنان"  
جوامـع الدعـاء من الـقرآن الكريم والـسنة الـنبوية
أدعـية جميــلة للــرزق والخيــر 
مقاصد ولطائف من سورة يوسف
رقية الفاتحة سبع مرات .. هل تصح ؟
أحاديـث العـتق مـن الــنار فـي رمضــان


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