Have you ever wanted to learn more about Isa Al-Masih? Both the Injil and the Quran discuss Isa Al-Masih and who He was. Although they don’t agree on everything, there are many things the Quran says about Isa that are similar to the Injil. Both the Injil and the Quran agree that Isa is the Word of God (Qs 3:45; John 1:1), sinless (Qs 19:19; Acts 3:14), and was born of a virgin (Qs 3:47; Matthew 1:23).
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Isa(p) is not “the word of Allah”, He is “a word from Allah”. This distinction is important since in mystic Christianity, “the word of Allah” has blasphemous connotations. “A word from Allah ” is simply a honorific term which highlights the unusual creation of Issue by a single command from Allah, “be”.
The Bible taught that Isa/ Jesus was God’s word or the word of Allah. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was in the beginning with God” (Injil, John 1:1-2)
Dear Muslim brother,
In the context of the Holy Quran “The ‘word of Allah’ and ‘a word from Allah’ does make no difference whatsoever, because there is no mention of any other ‘word from Allah’. There is no mention either, that Allah ” there were other so called ‘words’ from him. Not to believe in the Holy Injil, especially in regards to John 1,1, “word of Allah” is blasphemous, as the Holy Quran states clearly it to be ‘light’ and ‘guidance’ for the believer.
What is in your belief “Non-Mystic” Christianity? Please give pre-islamic facts of ‘true’ Christianity. Where are they? Who wrote what and when? Without those facts we can not dispute the verses above, which perfectly interpret the quranic ‘word of/from Allah’.
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