Is there a difference between the Quran Isa and the Bible Jesus?


Clarify Share Report Asked September 30 2013 2013 09 29 08.44.50 valerie peprah

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Yes. Definitely. The Qur'an is utterly opposed to Christianity. The Muslim Isa is not the Jewish or Christian Jesus. 

Initially, Muhammad recognized Christians as "the people of the Book" and accepted the Bible as authentic. However, something happened to him that caused him to radically change his mind. After several seizures and curious behaviors he renounced Christians and Christianity and came up with his Qur'an as a replacement for the Bible. In his book Jesus became "Isa." 

For example (after his strange and incredible turn-about), he proclaimed: 

1. Isa did not die on a cross.

2. Christians and Jews have corrupted their scriptures. Although Christians believe Isa died on a cross, and Jews claim they killed him, "in reality he was not killed or crucified, and those who said he was crucified lied. Isa did not die, but ascended to Allah. On the day of Resurrection Isa himself will be a witness against Jews and Christians for believing in his death." 

3. Islam proclaims that Christians and Jews could not be freed from their ignorance until Muhammad came bringing the Qur’an as clear evidence. They should accept Muhammad as Allah’s Messenger, and the Qur’an as his final revelation.

Do not go near the Qur'an for Bible Truth.

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