Almost every Muslim believes Isa Al-Masih was not crucified. The Quran teaches that someone was crucified and died. However, there are many different opinions of who this person was. The question then becomes: why are there different opinions? And, who exactly was crucified?
We must know the truth because the answer will determine our eternal destiny. We can learn the truth from Allah’s revelation in his Holy Book and from the testimony of eyewitnesses and historians.
Why is it important to know who died on the cross? If Isa Al-Masih was not crucified, then all the prophecies in the Torah, Zabur, and Prophets were lies. Meaning, Allah who gave the prophecies, lied to His prophets. Surely Allah and the prophets didn’t lie!
Why is Isa’s crucifixion so significant to us? The punishment we deserve for sin is eternal death. Our good deeds will never be enough to take us to heaven. Isa Al-Masih’s perfect sacrifice is the only thing that can pay the penalty for our sin.
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- Why do you think there are different opinions about Isa’s crucifixion? Which one seems most likely?
- By knowing who died on the cross, what is your hope in Isa Al-Masih’s crucifixion and death?
- There are other prophecies about Isa because the story is not finished yet. Do you want to know what happens after the crucifixion? Contact us.
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