Do you know what the Quran actually teaches about the Injil? The Quran has many great things to say about the Injil, including that there are important instructions, teaching, and light (Qs 5:46). The Injil also talks about the Straight Path to Heaven.
Many experts agree the Injil that we have now is exactly the same as the original scripts. Thus, it’s important to know what the Injil teaches.
In this video, we’ll explore 5 reasons why Muslims must read the Injil. Watch the entire video to learn why this is so important.
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