Islam Ou Jesus?
- Voleta Ducharme
Islam considers Jesus to be one of the greatest and most forbearing of prophets, in addition to Noah, Abraham, Moses and Muhammad, peace be upon them. Jesus is also considered to be the Messiah as well.
What does Islam say about Jesus?
Islam sees Jesus as human, sent as the last prophet of Israel to Jews with the Gospel scripture, affirming but modifying the Mosaic Law. Mainstream Islamic traditions have rejected any divine notions of Jesus being God, or begotten Son of God, or the Trinity.
Is Jesus an end-time figure in Islam?
Some Islamic traditions believe Jesus’ mission was only to the people of Israel and his status as a prophet being confirmed by numerous miracles. A second early high image of Jesus is an end-time figure. This concept arises mostly from the Hadith.
What does the Quran say about unbelief in Jesus?
The Quran mentions in chapter 3, verses 52–53, that the disciples submitted to the faith of Islam: When Jesus found Unbelief on their part He said: ‘Who will be My helpers to (the work of) God?’ Said the disciples: ‘We are God’s helpers: We believe in God, and do thou bear witness that we are Muslims.
Do Muslims believe Jesus is the son of God?
So although Muslims do not believe that Jesus is the son of God — a critically important distinction between Muslim and Christian views of him — Muslims do revere Jesus as an important prophet. Merry Christmas!
How is Jesus described in the Quran?
Jesus is described by various means in the Quran. The most common reference to Jesus occurs in the form of Ibn Maryam (son of Mary), sometimes preceded with another title. Jesus is also recognized as a nabī (prophet) and rasūl (messenger) of God.
What do Muslims believe about Jesus’ crucifixion?
Muslims believe that Jesus was not crucified. It was the plan of Jesus’ enemies to crucify him, but God saved him and raised him up to Him. And the likeness of Jesus was put over another man.